Ken: Usually books seem to have too much copy on the cover, or too big of a header at the top promoting a new movie or crossover, but this is where big copy works really well to balance out the cover. Spidey is still the focal point of the cover, right below the title, and as your eyes go down the cover you finally have the name of this year's big Spidey event. It's a simply executed cover yet it works as the beginning of the story arc, a nice job.
Grant: I really like this cover. I think Kevin Mellon perfectly encapsulates what happens in this concluding chapter of his and Blair Butler's Heart miniseries, showing a bloodied Oren Redmond down and out. It shows the brutality of the story and of the mixed martial arts that it revolves around, but it also reflects the positive ending of the book in a funny way. By depicting a beaten Oren on the front cover - the first thing a reader will see - the creators manage to neatly demonstrate that losing isn't always the end. Sometimes it can be the beginning of something beautiful.