Great Covers

chrissamnee: greatcovers1: Here’s a very simple and effective DAREDEVIL cover by Chris Samnee. Good use is made of the color of the trade dress of the Original Sin crossover to help draw attention to the red blanket around baby Matt, and the spotlight that falls upon his mother. It’s to Samnee’s credit that all of … Continue reading Great Covers

Great Covers

Probably the most iconic Spectre cover to grace MORE FUN COMICS in the golden age, this Bernard Baily piece communicates everything that you need to know about the implacable phantom. Here, he’s a hundred feet tall, striding through the wars and conflicts of men like a colossus, his mantled eyes sharp and even perhaps a … Continue reading Great Covers

Great Covers

A similar logo tilt and ground line tilt is employed on this CAPTAIN AMERICA cover by Mike Zeck, for the issue in which the U.S. Government strips Steve Rogers of his costumed persona. It’s a nice design, with the stripes of the flag becoming dripping blood, and Cap’s emotional state communicated by his body language … Continue reading Great Covers

Great Covers

The first great super hero makeover, this WONDER WOMAN cover by Mike Sekowsky makes its intentions plainly known, and introduces the new version of the heroine for the late 1960s. Everything about this piece screams modern and new, the type treatment, the swirling backgrounds, and the mod fashions Diana is sporting. The classic Wonder Woman … Continue reading Great Covers