Afterlife With Archie #10
by Francesco Francavilla
Yet again Francavilla is able to make a very poppy, happy-go-lucky character quite menacing. Really starting the Halloween season early with this one!
Howard the Duck #10
by Joe Quinones
This is a pretty eye catching and fun design, and I'm especially impressed by how the title is successfully integrated into the concept.
James Bond #9
by Dom Reardon
These covers by Reardon continue to be appropriately dramatic and stylish in a way I've rarely seen captured so well.
Jim Thompson's The Killer Inside Me #1
by Vic Malhotra
A great example of how striking the orange on blue contrast works, and this one has a great bit of retro styling with an excellently integrated title.
Legend of Wonder Woman #9
by Renae De Liz
I love the depth here and the way this one tells a story through a bottom-to-top movement. Great color too!
Sons of the Devil #10
by Toni Infante
These covers continue to be some of the best designed with a consistently dramatic style. Love it!
Star Wars: Han Solo #3
by Declan Shalvey
It is rare to have a cover with no human subjects, and difficult to pull off, but Shalvey (and the regular title designer) make this one unique and dynamic.
The Fourth Planet #2
by Mikko Maciaszek
I love the unique, painterly style of these covers–they give a more ethereal, impressionistic feel to a sci-fi concept, and the clean, simple text design stands out as well.