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Monday, August 8, 2016

Best Covers of the Week, Vol. 138

Birthright #18
by Andrei Bressan

The color and perspective here are utterly fantastic. It's a really eye-catching cover and works perfectly with the title design of the series.

Detective Comics #938
by Rafael Albuquerque 

I always remember reading how Morrison and Quitely chose yellow for the cover of Batman and Robin #1 because it was statistically the least common color in comic covers, and it still works today! The yellow background contrasting with the sharp and blue figures makes for a striking cover.

House of Penance #5
by Ian Bertram

Bertram continues to make some of the most interesting images in comics that defy the horror categorization that the series often gets put in.

 Spread #15
by Kyle Strahm

Strahm has crafted an excellent horror cover here that is both crisply designed and very disconcerting.

Wonder Woman #4
by Frank Cho

Keeping this one black and white was a bold move, and it augments the iconic, mythic nature of the image that celebrates the two sides of the character.

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