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Best Comic Book Covers of the Week: 8/15/14

What covers were the super-awesomest this week?

Welcome back to best comic book covers of the week, where the staff of Comic Vine takes a look at all the covers that came out this week and picks their favorites. We also head over to Twitter and ask our followers what covers they loved over the past week. Let's get right down to business.

BATGIRL #34 by Alex Garner

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First up is BATGIRL #34 by Alex Garner. Once again, Garner does a stellar job with a BATGIRL cover. The lighting here is fantastic and Batgirl looks completely bad [synonym for donkey].

ARCHER & ARMSTRONG #23 by Michael Walsh

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Next is ARCHER & ARMSTRONG #23 by Michael Walsh. This is obviously a really cool homage to the cover of The Beatles album "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band." This cover is a lot of fun and it's great to see some of these memorable characters on this cover.

RED SONJA #11 by Jenny Frison

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Here's RED SONJA #11 by Jenny Frison. Every cover Frison does for RED SONJA is simply stunning. We love how she sets up this cover and the cool perspective.

HULK #5 by Alex Ross

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Next up is HULK #5 by Alex Ross. Hulk is looking pretty dang awesome here. The color work is outstanding and we love the little details, like the hair on Hulk's knuckles.

CONSTANTINE #17 by Juan Ferreyra

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Finally, we have CONSTANTINE #17 by Juan Ferreyra. Easily, this is one of the coolest covers of the week. We love the doubly imagery here.

Twitter Pick: GHOSTED #12 by Dan Panosian

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On Twitter, you guys picked GHOSTED #12 by Dan Panosian. GHOSTED had the most votes on Twitter this week and this cool cover has a real connection to what happens at the end of this issue.

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. See you folks next week!