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The Best Comic Book Cover Artists of 2013: Part Three

Best Covers of 2013 part 3

 

With hundreds of comics released to stores every month, a great cover can make a big difference. That tiny rectangle needs to grab the eye, set a mood, convey an idea, and entice a reader to pick the book up and look inside. It takes a great cover artist to get all of that right.

ComicsAlliance continues its look back at some of the best cover work in 2013 from some of the most talented cover artists in the industry. This week we pick highlights from the work of Nathan Fox (Collider/FBP), Francesco Francavilla (Black Beetle), Chip Zdarsky (Sex Criminals) and John Paul Leon (The Massive).

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Weird Jobs, Broken Physics And The Inevitability Of Change In ‘Collider’ #1 [Review]

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Collider #1 is an attractive package. And I say package because that's really what this feels like. The way comics work, or at least the way they should work, is with every piece -- script, art, color, and lettering -- working in sync, and when everything is right, you have a good story. Sometimes great visuals carry a mediocre script, and vice versa, but that's not ideal. In Collider, the newest Vertigo series, you have a comic that works: a script from Simon Oliver, art from Robbi Rodriguez, colors from Rico Renzi, letters from Steve Wands and a cover by Nathan Fox, melding together to tell a fun story about weird physics, dangerous jobs, and the inevitability of change.

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Blue-Collar Sci-Fi Pros Robbi Rodriguez & Simon Oliver ‘Collide’ In Gorgeous New Vertigo Series

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Collider is a new ongoing Vertigo series starting next month that sees its authors returning to a high concept hook that may be familiar to readers of their previous work, but from all appearances seems to be a considerable step up in style from the already enjoyable comics they've created before.

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‘Regular Show’ #1 Launches With Loads Of Alternate Covers In April [Preview]

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From a bird piloting winged pizza to an ironically-named groundskeeper reenacting the cover to Action Comics #1 with a golf cart to a lollipop gazing into a sepia-toned past, there's nothing regular about Boom! Studios' upcoming covers for Regular Show #1. Joining writer K.C. Green a

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Matt Fraction & Nathan Fox Depict Bin Laden’s Final Moments in Comic for ‘GQ’ [Webcomic]

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Commissioned by GQ to create a comics story depicting the historic raid by U.S. special forces on Osama Bin Laden's hideout in Pakistan that ended with the al-Qaeda leader's violent death, writ

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Link Ink: Marvel Arrives On Android Devices, ‘The Darkness 2′ Trailers And Lincoln Busts Ghosts

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Digital: Marvel's comiXology app is now available on Android devices. Additionally, Marvel content is now also available on the Comics by comiXology Android app.

Gaming: The upcoming Transformers: Fall of Cybertron will include the Combaticons and their combined form Bruticus.

Movies: Will the next Wolverine movie have an R-rat

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The Latest From ‘DC Fifty-Too’, the Indie Take on the DC Relaunch [Art]

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We told you last week about DC Fifty-Too, a website dedicated to showcasing the DC Comics superheroes as interpreted by talents from the world of indie comics and the Web. Specifically, creators were asked to imagine their version of the #1 issue of any DC title. Managed by Jon Morris, the site was inspired by the impending debut of "The New 52," a bold and controve

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Link Ink: DC’s 20-Year-Old Unintentional Relaunch Prophecy, New ‘Haunt’ Team and Green Lantern Gets Brisky

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Comedic Prophecy: As pointed out by Sal Loria, Archie Goodwin and Dan Jurgens were about twenty years ahead of their time with the cover to Armageddon 2001 #1. "Ten years from now the world will survive. These heroes won't," indeed.

Manga: Ready to morph your otaku re

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Invincible Iron Man #500 – Forever Resilient [Review]

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Iron Man recently celebrated its 500th issue with an extra-length story that serves as a great single story, a remarkable character study of Tony Stark that returns to a common theme of Iron Man's adventures: Stark's fear of the technology he creates falling into the wrong hands and doing more harm than good

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The 12 Days of Comic Book Christmas, Day 11: Nathan Fox

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Because we're feeling the pull of the yuletide (whatever the heck that is), ComicsAlliance decided to start a countdown to Christmas in the tradition of that old holiday standard, The 12 Days of Christmas. Except

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