Favorite Comic Book Covers of the Week 02/10/16

Favorite Comic Book Covers of the Week 02/10/16

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You’ve got to admit, New Comic Book Release Day is pretty much the best day of the week. It’s the day we’re introduced to new worlds, are able to witness the next chapter in a continuing saga, or fall in love with a character or creator for the first time. I could go on and on, but I think you’ve already gotten my point. That point being … comics are awesome. So awesome in fact that even the covers of them are often times incredible works of art. We’re here to show you some of our  favorite covers each week! So go ahead and take a few moments for yourself (haven’t you earned it?) and feast your eyes on some truly inspired comic book covers!

Steve Seigh’s Favorite Comic Book Covers of the Week

Harrow County #9

Written by Cullen Bunn

Art and Cover by Tyler Crook

There’s no denying that Harrow Country has given us some of the creepiest comic book covers of the past few years, and this issue is no exception. Seriously, if you saw that thing creeping out of a tree in the woods behind your house, you’d be packing your bags and heading for the hills real quick!

Injection #7

Written by Warren Ellis

Art by Declan Shalvey – Jordie Bellaire

Cover by Declan Shalvey and Jordie Bellaire

Another wonderful cover for the Injection series! I really enjoy the branches digging down to our man at the bottom right-hand corner. I also really like the black on orange color arrangement.

Low #11

Written by Rick Remender

Art and Cover by Greg Tocchini – Dave McCraig

Cover by Greg Tocchini

Both of the following covers could be my favorites yet for this series. The first one reminds me of the “helping hands” from Jim Henson’s Labyrinth, and the one on the bottom looks as if a dismantled Baymax is in love with our purple girl, here. Exquisite, gorgeous!

There’s also this sweet variant cover, also from Greg Tocchini 

Silk #4

Written by Robbie Thompson

Art by Stacey Lee

Cover Art by Helen Chen

Sometimes a simple and bad-ass pose is all you need! Couple that with a pleasant blue against yellow back-drop and you’ve got a kick-ass cover for Silk!

Ultimates #4

Written by Al Ewing

Art and Cover by Kenneth Rocafort

Whoaaaaaaaaa! Nope, nope, nope, nope, NOPE!

I’ve been very much enjoying Mr. Rocafort’s art on this series, and this image has me more-than-ready to see what’s behind this striking cover!” Bob Reyer

Weirdworld #3

Written by Sam Humphries

Art and Cover by Mark Del Mundo

Mike Del Mundo, once again, killing it in the cover department. I can’t get enough of this man’s artwork. He’s had my full attention since the days of X-Men Legacy and damn if he doesn’t get better as the years press on!

Bob Reyer’s Favorite Comic Book Covers of the Week


Writer: Kevin Panetta
Artist: Paulina Ganucheau
Cover: Babs Tarr

Beyond the Silver Age vibe of this cover, I love the attitude that Babs Tarr has given to these ladies!


Writer/Artist/Cover: Renae De Liz

I’ve not anything to say but “Lovely!”


Writer: Paul Dini, Various
Artist: Bruce Timm; Various
Cover: Bruce Timm

With all the versions that are around, this is the one that comes first to mind when I hear the name “Harley Quinn”, and I always hear the delightful voice of Arleen Sorkin, too!


Writer: Gardner Fox
Artist/Cover: Mike Sekowsky

This is the cover for the book that introduced the JLA, and it’s been “homaged” a number of times since (and even made into a statue!) but none top this Mike Sekwosky original! (Below are some other takes!)

SPIDER-GWEN #5 (Marvel)

Writer: Jason Latour
Artist/Cover: Robbi Rodriguez

Our Gwen has a lot of issues to overcome, the largest being the troubled relationship with her Dad, so winningly portrayed by Robbi Rodriguez with this image!

Favorite Comic Book Covers of the Week Soundtrack


That’s all, folks! Join us next week for another round of covers and an avalanche of incredible cover art!

This is a column featuring Favorite Comic Book Covers of the Week 02/10/16 as chosen by Steve Seigh and Bob Reyer of Talking Comics.

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