DESTROYER DUCK #1 was a stopping point in a much larger saga, one that I'll recount the broad strokes of momentarily. It was also a benefit book published by Eclipse, work on which was provided free by all of the contributors in support of the underlying cause of the book in the first place. It … Continue reading Brand Echh: Destroyer Duck #1
An evocative PLANETOID cover by Ken Garing. Conveys a great sense of both scale and age to the cityscape and keeps the focus on the central creature, despite how tiny he is in the image.
This WAYWARD cover by Jorge Molina gets across both the series concept and the overall tone of the book very elegantly. Great use of both the color white (often overlooked) and negative space. The type treatment on the trade dress elements is also nicely unified into the overall aesthetic.
Here’s a very nice modern cover to DEADLY CLASS #3 by Wes Craig. Great design, excellent use of a limited color palate, and excellent composition. The two leaping figures are appropriately buoyant.