We're back! (A Dinosaur's Story) After a week off, working at New York Comic Con, we can now present to you the best of the best of comic book covers. Each week, the Comic Vine staff enters the Thunderdome and the only thing that leaves is some of the coolest covers from the past week. Let's get right down to risky business before I run out of movie references.
JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE #353 by Phil Winslade
First on our list is a personal favorite of mine: JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE #353 by Phil Winslade. Riding a robot on the cover of a comic? Yes please! Winslade does some great overall work on this cover, but more than anything, I just like what's going on here. YEAH!
DEADLY CLASS #8 by Wes Craig & Lee Loughridge
Up next is DEADLY CLASS #8 by Wes Craig & Lee Loughridge. Aside from DEADLY CLASS being a great book, their covers are very impressive. I always love the color palette for the covers as well. It looks really simple, but the choices really make the cover pop.
BATMAN/SUPERMAN #15 by Jae Lee
Here's BATMAN/SUPERMAN #15 by Jae Lee. This is terrifying on a bunch of different levels. Jae Lee's art is haunting, in the best way possible. Lee's covers are always stunning though and really catches the reader's eye, even when someone's fingers are made of people.
DEATH OF WOLVERINE #4 by Juan Doe
Next is DEATH OF WOLVERINE #4 by Juan Doe. This issue of DEATH OF WOLVERINE had a few great covers, but Doe's work stood above the rest for being so different. We love the simplistic design and the layout of this cover.
DEADPOOL'S ART OF WAR #1 by Scott Koblish
Twitter Pick: ORIGINAL SIN ANNUAL #1 by Francesco Francavilla
You guys picked ORIGINAL SIN ANNUAL #1 by Francesco Francavilla. The throwback to older science fiction and horror books is pretty cool, and as always, Fracavilla is a amazing artist with a wonderful style.
There you have it! Let us know in the comment section below what covers you loved! Also, check us out on Twitter and let us know on Wednesdays and Thursdays what covers you loved using #CVCovers. Maybe next week, Twitter will be actually working correctly! See you folks next week!