When pursued by a predator, a comic book will often shed its cover. In three to five weeks, the cover grows back. While this does affect the book’s overall CGC rating, no one actually cares.
Another beatific vision from Shimizu. By and large, your hair should never turn into words. The stylists at Supercuts are not especially equipped to copy edit.
Comic covers don’t necessarily need to double as great movie posters, but this image would look terrific in the lobby of the local multiplex. This is also cool because Dr. Zaius’ giant, floating head has a practical purpose in the scene; he doubles as a fiery explosion.
To the end. To the pain. A last stand against oblivion. Love this composition with raised spear tips breaking the symmetry. Once again, you feel the snap of cold and hear the clatter of shields. Winter’s here.
Noto excels at depicting our favorite heroes and villains in scenes of repose. Superhero casual. As a longtime fan of William the Bloody, this image of domestic Spike garnered a good chuckle. It’s all about the softness of those garments and the banality of the props. The real fun, of course, is wondering at the contents of that glass…
Frazer Irving set loose upon some of DC’s most iconic tales. The colors are appropriately otherworldly.