These were my favorites…
Aquaman #48 (variant cover art by Joshua Middleton)
Black Widow #5 (cover art by Clayton Crain)
Giant-Man #1 (cover art by Wee Cheoi)
Giant-Man #1 (variant cover Dale Keown)
Immortal Hulk #17 (cover art by Alex Ross)
Joe Golem: Occult Detective – The Conjurors #1 (cover art by David Palumbo)
Justice League #24 (variant cover art by Jorge Jimenez)
Justice League #24 (variant cover art by Jerome Opena)
Lucifer #8 (cover art by Tiffany Turrill)
Naomi #5 (cover art by Jamal Campbell)
Old Man Quill #5 (cover art by John Tyler Christopher)
Old Man Quill #5 (variant cover art by Yoon Lee)
Robyn Hood: Outlaw #4 (cover art by Marco Mastrazzo)
Spider-Man: Life Story #3 (cover art by Chip Zdarsky)
Teen Titans #30 (variant cover art by Alex Garner)
Wars: Tie-Fighter #2 (cover art by Tommy Lee Edwards)
The Life and Death of Toyo Harada #3 (cover art by Mico Suayan)
So, which were your faves?
8 thoughts on “May 15, 2019: Week’s Best Comic Book Covers!”
I am sooooo far behind on comics. I don’t think I’ve read a new one in over a year, just too much going on…and toooo much British tv to enjoy! That said, I like Aquaman the best…very eye-catching without being grotesque.
Tammy Dixon – You enjoy my POV? LOL…I recently went back and read some of my comments here on the blog from ten years ago or so, and I am sooooo embarrassed by my…hyperness. Lordy, the exclamation points alone! Like that one! Ack!! I’m doing it again! 😛
The thing is when I’m typing, in my mind, it doesn’t sound so…hyper. Manic. Insane. But when I go back a decade and read my comments…oh my goodness! How embarrassing! It reads like I’m on speed! There’s those exclamation points again! I can’t seem to escape them… 😛
(I know that should be ‘there ARE those exclamation points’, but ‘there’s’ is acceptable in informal writing…it’s something that the grammar nazi in me had to check…)
(I know that should be ‘exclamation marks’, but ‘exclamation points’ is an acceptable alternative.)
(Is ‘speed’ still a thing? Does it have a new, 21st century name? Does saying ‘speed’ make me sound like a square…or a hippie? Lay it on me…I can take it.)
I have no idea where I’m going with all of that…
I use ellipsis…ellipsises?…ellipsisisisis?…ellipsis’…? Whatever! Those dot things. I use them…too much. 😛
-Aquaman because of the great lighting.
-Joe Golem because it’s weird and has a nice pulp novel vibe.
-Justice League by Jorge Jimenez, because it’s got that simple fun and iconic idea, delivering a strong message.
-SW Tie Fighter, for the energy.
Gotta vote for Hot Pink Spidey, so Miami Vice 80s. Aquaman looks very, wow, that is some high gloss Pantene hair. A far cry from the helmet headed cartoon which we watched religiously. I’m still singing the praises of Detective Pikachu, anything to ameliorate the ashy bitterness of GoT.
These are so good! My favorites are Aqua man and Justice League. It was hard to choose.
Das: I’m sure most of us would be embarrassed by past comments. Hopefully, we all learn to be kinder as the years pass. Gaining wisdom “should be” one big perk of getting older.
So, ellipse and exclaim with abandonment! 😉 I am the last person qualified to judge your writing style but I will enjoy it.
Your writing style comes across, to me, like a conversation. A conversation with a witty, intelligent and kind person. No BS, just the truth…. 🙂
Did you see Altered Carbon (Netflix series) yet, Mr. M.? I didn’t read the books, so I don’t know if they butchered it but I liked what Netflix did. The whole premise of switching bodies was very interesting. .
Tammy Dixon – I am humbled. Thank you for your kind words.
Ugh…forgot how to make a heart.
You’ve presented a brilliant selection here! Stunning artwork, difficult to choose besties
I do agree with the others here, Aquaman is magical.
I really like Joe Golem too although I’m not sure why!
And I love the simple visual of Justice League – it’s quite powerful.
However Robyn Hood and Teen Titans get a minus from me – you do NOT strangle your bow like that! It may be a powerful image but it doesn’t give you accurate shots! The arrow angles in Teen Titans is correct, correct when you load your arrows the wrong way. Dah! They’ll never hit anything… Why don’t peeps do research with these things! Sorry but I get fed up with such simple mistakes such as these (don’t even mention Hawkeye!!!🙄)