Yes we are. But we’re like a real family. Opinionated, argumentative, holding grudges, challenging each other. We push each other to be better than we are. That kind of thing doesn’t happen at barbecues or ball games. It happens on the job where it’s supposed to. Putting down a murder. The work itself is the most important thing. What we do is important. We speak for those who can no longer speak for themselves and you’re not gonna ever find anything like that anywhere, not in LA, or patrolling the grounds at Disneyland.
Thor: God of Thunder #12
Cover by Esad Ribic
A glorious depiction of flight to turn skyscrapers horizontal. A wonderful sense of weight and weightlessness here as Thor allows Mjolnir to tow him to his destination.
Cover by Michael Lark
Nothing says culpability like a reflection in a pool of blood. The end of one story and the beginning of another, all in a single, white frame sullied by carnage.
FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics #2
Cover by Nathan Fox
Cover by Clay Mann & Rachelle Rosenberg
This is practically an Eisner style Spirit title page. Not entirely sure how I feel about the letters in red rather than formed by protruding or recessed stones.
The Massive #15
Cover by John Paul Leon
Fraught and frantic, all driven by the intensity of our man at the wheel and the rain of torpedoes.
Young Avengers #9
Cover by Jamie McKelvie & Matthew Wilson
Loss. An excellent use of white-space as both a void and an immense weight.
Cover by Hickman, probably?
The ominous unknown.
Uncanny X-Men #11
Cover by Phil Noto
Bonus points for Scott Summers in Peril.