Betty & Veronica #1
by Bilquis Evely
This cover is lively and colorful and fun, and really nails the dynamic between the two characters in a modern way.
Betty and Veronica #1
by Tula Lotay
This gorgeous cover eschews the modern look of the other and instead looks backwards, taking an elegant perspective on the two while keeping the malt shop aesthetic.
Black Hammer #1
by Dean Ormston
This cover has such a unique look that it demands attention. From the individually eerie and classic sci-fi silhouettes in the background to the creepily extened hand of the character in the foreground, there's something silver agey about this really intrigues me.
Clean Room #10
by Jenny Frison
I love the sort of adventure novel design of this, with the central figure standing outside the design looking in. It adds a depth that creates a sense of unease and movement in what might otherwise just be a pretty design.
Dark Horse Presents #24
by Geof Darrow
This is Darrow doing what nobody but Darrow can do–a huge, epic, and supremely weird battle. When one giant crab isn't enough, you can always add a smaller crab that's dual wielding chainsaws, right?
by Kevin Wada
I have always loved the design of this character, and Wada captures the sense of wonder, fun, and hope that lies within.
New Suicide Squad #22
by Juan Ferreyra
I love the weirdo way that this portrays the evolution of this character, from the tilted angle that fits the diamond pattern to the infinite scroll from the right to left.
That's it for this week. What did I miss? Let me know on Twitter or Facebook!