Home Comics & Toys The best comic book covers of the week – 25 November 2019

The best comic book covers of the week – 25 November 2019

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It’s the dawn of a new era in Gotham City! After a couple of years writing the main book, Tom King is about to leave Batman and Gotham City in the hands of someone who knows a thing or two about caped crusaders. James Tynion IV is the man with a plan, and that plans happens to involve a lot of fixing in the wake of King’s run that has culminated with the City of Bane. “He has just faced tremendous failure in the last year of story,” Tynion explained in his weekly newsletter The Empire of the Tiny Onion.

He lost his City, and lost his way… But now that he’s back, he has an almost manic intensity. He is going to fix things. He’s going to make it so nobody like Bane can ever do this to the city again.

As for the general tone of Tynion’s Batman run? It’s going to be an action-horror comic book where the Batman uses every trick in his arsenal to instil fear into the hearts of criminals:

The villains of Gotham fear him, and he is going to take that fear and wield it like a weapon to get his city back under control. Batman doesn’t just show up in broad daylight to scare his villains, he uses tricks and shadows, and voice modulation to make it seem like he can be anywhere and everywhere at once.

To the bad guys, Batman is like Michael Myers. He keeps getting up when it shouldn’t be possible to get up anymore. How can you win against him? You’d have to be crazy to try.

Sounds like a blast! Until then, here’s a look at the best comic book covers of the week. I’m trying something a little bit different this week, a slight tweak of the formula where I put all the covers into a gallery and credit the artists below. Let me know what you think!

  1. Action Comics #1017 by Klaus Janson and John Romita
  2. Red Hood: Outlaw #40 by Philip Tan
  3. Batgirl #41 by Terry and Rachel Dodson
  4. Batman Beyond #38 by Lee Weeks
  5. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #45 by Jamal Campbell
  6. Martian Manhunter #10 by Joshua Middleton
  7. Ghost-Spider #4 by Jorge Molina
  8. Lumberjanes #68 by Sas Milledge
  9. Freedom Fighters #11 by Freddie Barrows
  10. The Last God #2 by Kai Carpenter
  11. Lazarus: Risen #3 by Michael Lark
  12. Invisible Kingdom #7 by Christian Ward
  13. Angel #7 by Cole
  14. Scream: Curse of Carnage #1 by Jim Cheung
  15. Archie #709 by Paulina Ganucheau
  16. Dark Red #8 by Meghan Hetrick
  17. Lady Mechanika: Sangre #5 by Brian Ching and Joe Benitez
  18. Tommy Gun Wizards #4 by Christian Ward
  19. Resonant #5 by Alejandro Aragorn
  20. I Make Boys Cry #1 by Jamie Tyndall
  21. My Little Pony: Holiday Special 2019 #1 by Andy Price

Last Updated: November 25, 2019


  1. @darryn

    I like the new format of this article. I no longer have to scroll for 2.5 hours to get to the bottom of the article



  2. LegionZA

    November 26, 2019 at 08:20

    That Tommy Gun Wizards cover is great. Wonder how that is, haven’t actually heard of it


  3. Original Heretic

    November 26, 2019 at 09:33

    Prefer the old format. The pretty pictures are bigger.


    • The D

      November 26, 2019 at 09:55

      Click to embiggen!


  4. Jacques Van Zyl

    November 26, 2019 at 08:20

    Dang, it’s one of those weeks where I wish I could just have 90% of these covers as A1 prints. These are great!


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