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Monday, April 17, 2017

Best Covers of the Week, Vol. 174

Curse Words #4
by Tradd Moore

I absolutely love the colors in this one, and while it is quite dense with characters, the color work makes the main one really stand out and have some depth.

Daredevil #19
by Dan Panosian

Great color contrast here, but what really impressed me on this one is the way the characters stand out even though they are so tiny in scale.

 Injection #12
by Declan Shalvey and Jordie Bellaire

Again, excellent color work! I really love the concept and perspective here as well.

Shaolin Cowboy: Who'll Stop the Reign #1
by Geoff Darrow

How could I turn down the opportunity to feature a Darrow cover? As always, brilliantly detailed and the color and depth just pop off the image.

Wild Storm #3
by Jamie McKelvie

The comics world loves these kind of panel divided portraits, but this one is particularly lovely. The detail on what technology each of the panels is comprised of is fantastic, and McKelvie's cartooning is as always spectacular!

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