Sunday, October 10, 2010

Cover of the Week - Wolverine & Klaws of the Panther

Poor Cover of The Week, we forgot all about you last Sunday, and no one even complained. Doesn't matter, we are here this week, and we got some great covers for you. Dinosaurs, death, and destruction await you behind the jump.

Ryan L.'s Cover of the Week - Wolverine #2 by Jae Lee

Ryan L.: There's actual action in this cover. It's not posed, it's not cluttered, it's not let down by the cover dress. This cover looks like a still shot of the start of some serious action and I get the feeling that as soon as I turn away the action will go down. That's how you do a cover, it's not posed, it's not still, it's just a still shot of something moving.

Matt's Cover of the Week - Klaws of the Panther #1 by Michael Del Mundo

Matt: Look, I'm of the Jurassic Park generation, you know, the one that wanted to be archeologists when they grew up. Throw some dinosaurs on your cover, and you get me to pay attention. I mean, come on, this cover has Spider-Man swinging from a Triceratops. It's hard to beat that.

Runner-Ups: Avengers Academy #5, Meta 4 #3, R.E.B.E.L.S. #21

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Anonymous said...

moments of the week?

Anonymous said...

Keep up the good work!

Flip The Page said...

Klaws of the Panther, hands down. such a good cover! Of course the spidey/triceratops bit is the dealbreaker. I didn't even notice it before.

Anonymous said...

Good thing Klaws is a mini series. As a monthly it would be gone after issue #7. The latest brand new ongoing to succumb to this fate, Young Allies (RIP). Exiles got canned but with Jeff Parker's hack writing, its no surprise. Look for Thunderbolts to bite it for the first time ever under his awful hand and Hulk in the coming months/weeks.

Kirk Warren said...

Not sure what you have against Jeff Parker. Most people have loved his work and I haven't seen anything to hate him over. His first issue on Hulk was surprisingly good and made Red Hulk tolerable for a change.

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