Scott Fischer, Alex Ross, Jee-Hyung Lee, Kaare Andrews, Skottie Young and Agustin Alessio are the fabulous artists featured in Cover Of The Week #27!
Alex Ross, Ant Lucia, Keith Giffen, Goran Parlov, Victor Manuel Leza and Charles Paul Wilson all feature in Cover Of The Week #24!!
The 20th Cover Of The Week selection features David Nakayama, Alex Garner, Mark Brooks, Kano, Alex Ross and Víctor Manuel Leza. Read on to discover our choice for the best of the bunch!
It’s 50% spider-themed art from this week’s Cover Of The Week contenders. Look out for art from Alex Ross, Phil Noto, Adam Hughes, Gary Barker, David Marquez and Ryan Sook!
Week 37 has featured some fine covers, with the finest battling it out to win our coveted ‘no-prize paper crown’. But with outstanding entries from Alex Ross, Carlos Pacheco, Chris Burnham, Guillem March, Leinil Francis Yu and Phil Noto, who will be victorious?
Jim Rugg, Alex Ross, David Marquez, Dave Stewart, J.H. Williams III, Greg Land, Chuck BB and David Yardin all have covers featured this week. But which one was the best… ?
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It’s round two of 2013’s battle for the best comic book cover eye candy! We kick off with a heroic shot of Cable and the guys on Cable And X-Force #3 by Salvador Larroca using shadow to add drama to the image. Alex Ross has produced connecting cover art for the new Star Wars series […]
Although it was only a small number of comics were scheduled for this week, there was still a number of great, eye-catching covers on display! Amazing Spider-Man reached it’s milestone 700th issue with a selection of variants, and we felt that two stood out in particular – the arresting collage on the regular cover by […]
There was a great selection of beautiful covers on display this Wednesday. Alex Ross was featured on the front of a couple of titles, and we opted for his great ‘poster’ cover for Peter Cannon #3. He also had a cover for The Shadow #8, but we preferred Tim Bradstreet‘s sublime, moody and interesting cover. […]