A great comic book cover is an advertisement, a work of art, a statement, and an invitation. A great comic book cover is a glimpse of another world through a canvas no bigger than a window pane. In Best Comic Book Covers Ever (This Month), we look back over some of the most eye-catching, original and exceptional covers of the past month.
2015 got off to an impressive start with stunning compositions from Riley Rossmo, James Harren, and Ken Niimura; wonderful character portraits from Marko Djurdjevic, Becky Cloonan, and Kaare Andrews; amazing colors from Darwyn Cooke and Artyom Trakhanov; and a really fun He-Man piece from Stjepan Sejic.
By far the most intriguing of the incoming Marvel NOW slate is All-New X-Men, which not only brings the publisher's longtime Avengers architect Brian Michael Bendis to an ongoing mutant title for the first time, but truly threw everyone for a loop when it was announced that the book would pull the original X-Men of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby out of the past and drop them into present day X-Men lore (let's not think about "what year it was" when those '60s stories are meant to have happened in "Marvel Time," it gives me the fear). For some continuity-conscious Marvel fans, this might seem like an audacious move fraught with peril, but I think it's crazy enough that it just might
On sale now is the second chapter of Fear Itself, the latest event miniseries from Marvel Comics. Written by Matt Fraction (The Mighty Thor, Invincible Iron Man) with artwork by Stuart Immonen (New Avengers, Ultimate Spider-Man) and Wade von Grawbadger (New Avengers, Starman), the series finds Sin, the daughter of the legendary villain Red Skull, unleashing the god of fear, a serpent who will confront the heroes of the Marvel Universe with their greatest nightmares.
Read on for an advance look at issue #2.
In Fear Itself #2, we learn why Odin has retreated Thor an
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