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The best comic book covers of the week – 30 July 2018

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You walk into a comic book shop. Your visual stimuli is assaulted with the full might of the colour spectrum and there is no surrender. That, ladies and gentlemen, is the power of art. There’s something magical about being drawn to a comic book, and with the market bursting at the seams lately thanks to a deluge of talent, every comic book has to pull out all the visual stops if it wants to stand at the top of the pile.

Comic books like the following entries below, whose covers are pure art and available for a fraction of the price that infamously corrupt art institutions would charge you for.

Green Arrow #43 by Alex Maleev

Green Arrow #43

Mister Miracle #10 by Nick Derington

Mister Miracle #10

Seven to Eternity #10 by Jerome Opena

Seven to Eternity #10

Captain America #2 by Ron Garney

Captain America #2

Infinity Wars #1 by Frank Martin

Infinity Wars #1

Death of the Inhumans #2 by Kaare Andrews

Death of the Inhumans #2

Injustice 2 #31 by Daniel Sampere

Injustice 2 #31

Dark Ark #9 by Juan Doe

Dark Ark #9

Eclipse #9 by Giovanni Timpano

Eclipse #9

Thief of Thieves #39 by Shawn Martinbrough

Thief of Thieves #39

Shade, The Changing Woman #6 by Becky Cloonan

Shade, The Changing Woman #6

The Highest House #6 by Yuko Shimizu

The Highest House #6

Red Sonja #19 by John Royale

Red Sonja #19

Paradiso #6 by Martin Simmonds

Paradiso #6

Delta 13 #4 by Nat Jones

Delta 13 #4

The Raid #1 by Budi Setiawan

The Raid #1

Dollman Kills: The Full Moon Universe #1 by Tony Moore

Dollman Kills The Full Moon Universe #1

Assassin’s Creed: Conspiracies #1 by Jean-Baptiste Hostache

Assassin’s Creed Conspiracies #1

Survival Fetish #3 by Antonio Fuso

Survival Fetish #3

Ant-Man and the Wasp #4 by David Nakayama

Ant-Man and the Wasp #4

Go Go Power Rangers #12 by Dan Mora

Go Go Power Rangers #12 by Dan Mora

If you’re looking to get your hands on some of the fine new covers and their awesome content within, buying comics these days is absolutely as easy as can be. While you can purchase physical copies from your nearby dedicated comic book shops and retail outlets such as CNA, digital may be a viable option as well. Check out sites like Comixology, and get yourself some instant art gratification for the price of a cup of coffee.


Last Updated: July 30, 2018

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