Cover of the Week is my presentation of the best cover from last week’s comic book releases, based on the art, design, and overall good looks.
Hello kiddies, it’s that time of the week again! And that means I have to wake up earlier than usual! FUN FUN FUN! Anyways, lets dive in to my favorite comics covers from last week, not like it’s of great importance, but it’s better than reading about dancing celebrities.
Batman Cacophony #1 (cover by Adam Kubert)
Sure, it’s not the strongest book last week, but this cover is what made me pick it up. I think it’s a good example of how a cover can influence readers (or buyers) into getting a book. Although Adam Kubert is not my favorite artist, he does pretty cool stuff. And ever since he (and bro Andy) moved to DC, I’ve notice an improvement in their art. I once read on Wizard that Adam loves Batman and likes to play with the light/dark elements of the character on art and story-wise. And I do agree that he’s able to do a pretty good Batman, I was wondering why he didn’t draw this book. It could’ve been better.
Runners-up! Fables #78 (James Jean), 100 Bullets #97 (Dave Johnson)
These two are among my favorite cover artists. Anything they cough out is good. Anything.
Panel of the Week!