The best comic book covers of the week – July 24

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Comic books! Get yer comic books! Hot off the press, right here! But which one to buy? They say that you can’t judge a book by its cover, but does that rule apply to comic books? Yes and no I reckon. While plenty of comic books use variant covers to sell their contents, you can at least be assured that what you see on the cover is an idea of what is inside the new collection of printed pages with the prettiest of pictures.

So what does this week have to offer? The deadliest mimes, Wolverine’s really sore back and Superman’s escalating dress shirt replacement bill. Here’s what’s on the shelves, this week!

Doomsday Clock #6 by Gary Frank

Doomsday Clock

Action Comics #1001 by Patrick Gleason

Action Comics #1001

Wonder Woman #51 by Stanley Lau

Wonder Woman #51

The Amazing Spider-Man #2 by Ryan Ottley


The Punisher #228 by Clayton Crain

The Punisher #228

Multiple Man #2 by Marcos Martin

Multiple Man #2

X-O Manowar #17 by Barry Kitson

X-O Manowar #17

Hillbilly #12 by Eric Powell

Hillbilly #12

Star Wars Adventures #12 by Elsa Charretier

Star Wars Adventures #12

Mother Panic: Gotham A.D. #5 by Tommy Lee Edwards

Mother Panic Gotham AD #5

Shanghai Red #2 by Joshua Hixson

Shanghai Red #2

Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: Coronation #5 by Sana Takeda

Jim Henson's Labyrinth Coronation #5

Bone Parish #1 by Lee Garbett

Bone Parish #1

Punks Not Dead #6 by Martin Simmonds

Punks Not Dead #6

Big Trouble in Little China: Old Man Jack #11 by Brett Parson

Big Trouble in Little China Old Man Jack #11

Deep Roots #3 by Val Rodrigues

Deep Roots #3

Old Man Logan #44 by Mike Deodato

Old Man Logan #44

Venom #4 by Ryan Stegman

Venom #4

The Hellblazer #24 by Tim Seeley

The Hellblazer #24

Lumberjanes #52 by Kat Leyh

Lumberjanes #52

Last Updated: July 24, 2018

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