Ken's Cover of the Week - Frankenstein: Agent of S.H.A.D.E. #8 by Alberto Ponticelli
Ken: Frank's face is what sells the cover. Oh, look, just another monster to kill and what, wait, that's my son? What the heck? This is just a textbook example of how to do a cover; main character in the middle, a connection to the interior story, and nice contrasting colors with the pink and blue.
Grant's Cover of the Week - Batwoman #8 by Amy Reeder
Grant: This cover has been floating around the internet a good long while (I feel like I may have even put it up here on the Weekly Crisis once or twice before this), but that doesn't take away from just how good it is. Amy Reeder gives us a stunning look at Batwoman surveying Gotham City during a rainy night, and I can't imagine this thing looking any better. Love it. Reeder's presence on this title will be gravely missed; I hope she gets onto some other book sooner rather than later.