Home Comics & Toys Best comic book covers of the week – 19 April 2020

Best comic book covers of the week – 19 April 2020

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It has been roughly 73 seconds since the X-Men were given the relaunch treatment, and in the spirit of all things merry and mutant, let’s have another! Now that Marvel’s most famous mutants have a homeland, a culture, and a position on the world stage, it’s time for a new X-Men team from writer Gerry Duggan and artists Pepe Larraz and Marte Gracia to kick off in July.

Comprised of Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Sunfire, Rogue, Wolverine (Logan’s clone-daughter taking up her pop’s mantle this time), Synch, and Polaris, the new title will “showcase the incredible adventures of the first X-Men team since the mutant nation of Krakoa was formed in Jonathan Hickman’s revolutionary House of X and Powers of X,” according to Marvel.

“The current era of X-Men has evolved mutant storytelling like never before,” reads the Marvel’s announcement. “No longer protecting a world that hates and fears them, the X-Men said goodbye to their dream of coexistence and founded a thriving mutant homeland. But in the aftermath of X of Swords, original X-Men Cyclops and Marvel Girl realized that the world needed its premiere team of mutant superheroes.

Things might be complicated between the nation of Krakoa and the rest of the Marvel Universe, but to the X-Men, things are simple—you do what’s right, you protect those who need protecting and you save the world we all share. This new team are the chosen champions of mutantkind, and they’re up for any battle to protect their people and their home planet.

“It’s my privilege and honor to be reteamed with Pepe Larraz as we throw beautiful and deadly threats at the X-Men beginning in July,” Duggan said. “Mutants have saved themselves, and are now going to save the world. Krakoa will grow roots in the capital of the world, New York City, and the inaugural year will star Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Rogue, Wolverine, Synch, Sunfire, and Polaris. The threats to Earth will come fast and hit hard, and every page from Pepe and Marte will blow your hair back. See you in July.”

There’ll be a number of variant covers from artists such as Peach Momoko, RB Silva, and Patrick Gleason, but until that launch day arrives you can feast your eyes on these beauties from this week’s collection.

Comuc book covers of the week credits

  • Alien #2 by Stephanie Hans
  • Black Knight: Curse Of The Ebony Blade #2 by Iban Coello
  • Captain Marvel #28 by Marco Checchetto
  • Carnage: Black, White, And Blood #2 by Marco Chechcetto, cover B by Kyle Hotz
  • Champions #6 by Toni Infante
  • Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #9 by Ray-Anthony Height
  • Way Of X #1 by Tom Muller
  • X-Force #19 by Joshua Cassara
  • Power Rangers #6 by Daniele Di Nicoulo
  • Specter Inspectors #3 by Bowen McCurdy
  • The Many Deaths Of Laila Starr #1 by Anand RK
  • Haha #4 by Michael Shea
  • Nomen Omen #14 by Jacopo Camagni
  • Radiant Black #3 by Goni Montes
  • Ultramega #2 by James Harren, cover B by Ian Bertram
  • Godzilla: Monsters & Protectors #1 by Vic Hollins
  • Sleeping Beauties #6 by Jana Heidersdorf
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #116 by Sophie Campbell, cover B by Juni Ba
  • The Transformers #29 by Anna Malkova
  • Batman: Creature Of The Night by John Paul Leon
  • Catwoman #30 by Joelle Jones
  • Justice League #60 by Kael Ngu
  • Nightwing #79 by Jamal Campbell
  • The Flash #769 by Brandon Peterson
  • Truth & Justice #3 by Doug Braithwaite
  • Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla – Song Of Glory by Michael Atiyeh and Martin Tunica
  • Cojacaru, The Skinner #1 by Peter Bergting
  • Crimson Flower #4 by Tyler Bence
  • Orphan And The Five Beasts #2 by James Stokoe
  • Gung-Ho: Sexy Beast #4 by Kael Ngu
  • Bequest #2 by Freddie E. Williams II
  • Blade Runner: Origins #3 by Robert Hack
  • Jonna And The Unpossible Monsters #2 by Chris Samnee
  • The Underfoot Vol. 2 by Michelle Nguyen
  • Concrete Jungle Vol. 1 by Karl Mostert
  • The Recount #4 by Gabriel Nunez
  • Taarna #5 by Christian Ward
  • Villainous by Jeferson Sadzinkski
  • I Walk With Monsters #5 by Sally Cantarino

Last Updated: April 19, 2021


  1. Hey Darren, back with another request. Any chance we can get the names in the same order as the covers as many of them have no titles and look intriguing.


    • The D

      April 21, 2021 at 02:52

      I’d like to, but it would honestly be a huge hassle due to how our backend works and my naming process for the images that helps me keep track of everything.

      It’s not that I don’t want to, but I unfortunately don’t have the extra time on a Sunday to do that. What I can do though, is track down the full cover instead of using what they call the virgin print, which will have the title on it for you 🙂


      • Skyblue

        April 21, 2021 at 03:20

        No worries, Google image search works well enough. Keep your Sunday’s 🙂


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