Batman TMNT Adventures #1
by Kevin Eastman
How often do we get a chance to see the legendary Eastman drawing Batman? The answer: not enough.
Detective Comics #944
by Rafael Albuquerque
There are so many Batman covers in existence that it's very hard to do something unique, but Albuquerque has done just that with this intriguing and moody cover.
by Marian Churchland
Cross section! It is every kid's dream to live in a magical fort inside a giant tree, and Churchland's style somehow grounds it in a weird realism.
Red Hood and the Outlaws #4
by Matteo Scalera
Know how I said it was hard to do an original Batman cover? Well it's even harder to do a Bizarro one that doesn't make you roll your eyes. This one is clever and melancholy and surprisingly beautiful!
by Jordan Hart
The three-tone design on this one is really excellent, and I love the mirror-like tree line and depth here.
Violent Love #1
by Victor Santos
Santos absolutely nails the fun fatalism of classic noir with this cover.
Wonder Woman #10
by Nicola Scott
If for nothing else, I really like how the targeting looks at first glance like some kind of magic emanating from the cheerful characters before you realize it is something more sinister. Clever!