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Monday, October 10, 2016

Best Covers of the Week, Vol. 147

 Black Light District: 6 Issues #1
by Chris Burnham

For a comic that has it's own soundtrack, I love that the cover is so music influenced. I find that comics often can't capture music in a meaningful way, but this cover does just that with the way music can isolate you in another world.

 Britannia #2
by Dave Johnson

This one is very well designed and has an excellent sense of flow. Great eye-catching color work as well!

 Darth Vader #25
by Cliff Chiang

Loving seeing Chiang take Vader back to his samurai design roots with this exceptionally well designed cover. Dig those twin suns!

 Doom Patrol #2
by Nick Derington

Derington again pulls off a pretty original, very eye-catching cover for Young Animal's flagship title.

 Reborn #1
by Greg Capullo

It's interesting right off the bat to see Capullo in a fantastical setting, but he also happens to do it quite well here. The three layers of depth is a nice touch, and the wind suggests that this is just a frozen moment rather than a staged one.

 Shade the Changing Girl #1
by Tula Lotay

I like the surrealistic backdrop and the vertical layout, but what really drew me to this cover are the circular design elements that have become physical objects floating through the image. Well done!

The Electric Sublime #1
by Martin Morazzo

I like the abstract, colorful look here, but I'm especially attracted to the excellent design, especially with the text, both for the title and credits.

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