These were my favorites…

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Batman #74 (variant cover art by Juan Gimenez)

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Belle: Oath of Thorns #1 (variant cover art by Keith Garvey)

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Black Cat #2 (cover art by J. Scott Campbell)

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Catwoman #13 (variant cover art by Stanley “Artgerm” Lau)

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Event Leviathan #2 (cover art by Alex Maleev)

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Event Leviathan #2 (variant cover art by Jason Fabok)

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Invisible Woman #1 (cover art by Adam Hughes)

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Justice League Odyssey #11 (variant cover art by Philip Tan)

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Miles Morales: Spider-Man #8 (cover art by Patrick O’Keefe)

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Red Hood: Outlaws #32 (variant covert art by Yasmine Putri)

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Star Wars #68 (variant cover art by Kaare Andrews)

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Star Wars: Age Of Resistance – Captain Phasma #1 (cover art by Phil Noto)

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Star Wars: Age Of Resistance – Captain Phasma #1 (variant cover art by Leonard Kirk)

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Star Wars: Age Of Resistance – Captain Phasma #1 (variant cover art by Mike McKone)

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Supergirl #32 (variant cover art by Kaare Andrews)

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Superman #13 (variant cover art by Adam Hughes)

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War of the Realms: New Agents of Atlantis #3, 2nd printing (variant cover art by Woo Dae Shim)

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War of the Realms: Omega #1 (cover art by Phil Noto)

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Wolverine Vs. Blade Special #1 (cover art by Dave Wilkins)

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Wonder Woman #74 (variant cover art by Jenny Frison)

So, which were YOUR favorites?

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TheOtherOne
TheOtherOne

OMG Joe!?!
I can’t choose between these…They are all rather stunning

Beautiful Woman Taking A Stand
Beautiful Woman Taking A Stand

Gee Joe. While I much appreciate the apparent effort that has gone into all the art here
I dont know quite what to make of your obsession of late with displaying impossibly busted,
perfect bodied, women as your ‘favorite’ art covers.
I’m starting to think you are trying to encourage more folks to buy Hustler + Playboy magazine
rather than inspire them to appreciate comicbooks.
Closest ones you got in this batch to more realistic, relatable,
(not obnoxious or overly done), beauty are
the Star Wars, New agents of Atlantis and Wonder Woman variant art.
So those are my picks this week.

As someone who supported that ‘you’ insisted on not overly
and unrealistically sexualizing your characters in DM,
it is my hope you never forget
sexy, strong, powerful, men and women
come in ALL shapes, sizes and looks.

Ruben A Hilbers

Hmmmmm……war of the realms, omega ? Is that simply because it’s the last arc in the series ? Or will Gibbs’ rule 39 come into play ? Leaving Thor to face a certain Time Lord made out of anti-Matter ?

Beautiful Woman Taking A Stand
Beautiful Woman Taking A Stand

@Joe This is an ages old argument between male & female perspective
that’s been going on since the earliest beginnings of the womens lib movement.
“An all boys club holding women to an impossible, unrealistic,
standard of beauty and sexuality that very few women could ever possibly meet”.
“War of the sexes”. “He said – she said”.
blah. blah. blah. etc. etc. etc.

Yet, I find absolutely nothing wrong with sexy.
I enjoy the sensuality and sexuality of the human form.
I’m an in shape/fit, woman who men considered quite physically appealing
and sexy in my younger days. I grew up ice dancing and often conveyed
the sensuality and sexuality of the body’s lovely form in movements.
But I certainly don’t have an unrealistically perfect face,
36 double D’s or a perfect hourglass body.
And yes, I actually like the Wonder Woman variant art in todays batch.
Its not obnoxious or otherwise overly done in its beauty and sexuality.
And I enjoy the work of most of the artists you select, as well.

Albeit, what you seem to be arguing in your defense is that you chose
Belle: Oath of Thorns #1. Aero #1. and Red Sonja and Vampirella meet Betty and Veronica
based on “color, composition, and realism”. ????

That’s not to say an impossibly busty woman clad in latex, or bustier and garter belt, or an overly rippling muscled batman isn’t attractive too. As a baby boomer those sexual stereotypes in depicting bad ass superheroes and villains were certainly tolerated growing up and had their place. But diversity in conveying strength & beauty has come a long way since those 1950’s-70’s types. Smaller, slender, not so perfect, women and not so shredded, or incredible hulk like, men make convincing, attractive, superheroes too. Just as Zoey Palmer proved in DM she need not be male or a bigger built female to be a convincing bad ass android. Anywhooo, depiction of sexy super heroes is certainly not worth getting into a larger debate over. I guess I only mentioned it at all, because I was just a wee bit confused by some of your selections when considering your previous leanings toward the more modern, less stereotype, thinking.

Ttandc Borderlinereality
Ttandc Borderlinereality

Out of them all I think Spiderman number 8 is standing out to me more than the others. How Miles fades into a vision of the city the further down the page you look is a nice touch smile

Margaret Clayton

All the choices are outstanding. I rather like Miles Morales, but that may be an after effect of the most excellent movie. War of the realms: Omega is the one which makes me want to know what is happening. Thanks for the excellent selection.

Tammy Dixon
Tammy Dixon

My favorites are “Catwoman” and “War of the Realms: New Agents of Atlantis”. All of the covers are outstanding.

Too bad Jodelle isn’t in one of your projects but you never know what the future holds. wink

How’s the elbow?

Debra From The South

Okay so I’m missing a lot this year, but did I dream you were actually filming and had something coming out?

nantokanaru77
nantokanaru77

What are some of the cool comic stores you visit in Toronto?