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The best comic book covers of the week – July 15 2019

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The Mask! A classic movie, starring Jim Carrey in one of his breakout roles as the rubber-faced maniac who dons a mask of ancient power and basically transforms into a walking cartoon character who wreaks all manner of untold havoc in a city full of people for who karma is long overdue. It’s pretty much the best movie ever made, the performances are spot-on and there was no sequel ever made for it which starred a pale impersonation of Carrey in the form of a washed-up TV star. No sir, such a thing definitely does not exist.

Fun fact! Did you know that The Mask was actually a comic book first? Yup, the original series by Doug Mahnke and John Arcudi was first published back in 1989 and while it did form the source material for the film, it was dark as f*** reading material. The titular mask was more of a monkey’s paw wish fulfillment device, with wearers often meeting grisly ends and the mayhem they unleashed coming off like a Hostel movie if Tex Avery directed it.

That original craziness is coming back later this year, but with a fresh political twist as The Mask attempts to Make America Green Again. Here’s the synopsis for the mini series:


Years ago, a weird mask of unknown origin and limitless power was buried in the cement of an apartment building’s basement floor,” reads Dark Horse’s description of the new series. “Edge City and its residents have all but forgotten the mysterious green-faced killer known only as ‘Big Head.’ But now, decades later, the bizarre Tex Avery–style killings are happening all over again and are on a collision course with a bizarre political campaign where a homicidal maniac wants to ‘Make America Green Again’!

Writer Christopher Cantwell and artist Patric Reynolds will handle the new series, which sounds wild to say the least. And with that bit of news done, on to the best comic book covers of the week!

Batman #75 by Tony Daniel

Batman #75

Justice League #28 by Terry and Rachel Dodson

Justice League #28

The Immortal Hulk #21 by Alex Ross

The Immortal Hulk #21

Aquaman #50 by Robson Rocha

Aquaman #50

Teen Titans #32 by Alex Garner

Teen Titans #32

Uncanny X-Men #22 by Whilce Portacio

Uncanny X-Men #22

Daredevil #8 by Chip Zdarsky

Daredevil #8

Spider-Man: Life Story #5 by Andrea Sorrentino

Spider-Man Life Story #5

Deadpool #15 by Nic Klein

Deadpool #15

Silver Surfer: Black #2 by Marcos Martin

Silver Surfer Black #2

Firefly #8 by David Nakayama

Firefly #8

Little Bird #5 by Ian Bertram

Little Bird #5

Marvel’s Spider-Man: City At War #5 by Clayton Crain

Marvel's Spider-Man City At War #5

Hit-Girl Season Two #6 by Gigi Cavanago

Hit-Girl Season Two #6

Excellence #3 by Emilio Lopez

Excellence #3

The Goon #4 by Eric Powell

The Goon #4

Blade Runner 2019 #1 by Stanley Lau

Blade Runner 2019 #1

Transformers / Ghostbusters #2 by Priscilla Tramontano

Transformers Ghostbusters #2

Jughead’s Time Police #2 by Erica Henderson

Jughead's Time Police #2

Vampirella #1 by Kael Ngu

Vampirella #1

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Last Updated: July 15, 2019


  1. Transformers / Ghostbusters ???????


    • Dr Webster Flexington the 3rd

      July 16, 2019 at 13:49

      Who’d da funk? Who ya gonna call…? Transformers!!!


    • The D

      July 16, 2019 at 11:09

      Yup! Brand new crossover!

      After years of civil war, the Autobots fled Cyberton, leaving their home planet in the evil clutches of Megatron and his Decepticons. Years later and millions of miles away, the Autobots pick up a Cybertronian distress signal from a mysterious planet called Earth. The ghostly signal shouldn’t exist, and it’ll bring Optimus Prime and his team—including brand-new Autobot ECTOTRON—face-to-face with… the GHOSTBUSTERS!


  2. Dr Webster Flexington the 3rd

    July 16, 2019 at 13:39

    Buy Vampirella #1 ! Do it for the love of god. In fact, buy three copies, and frame one of the covers, and put it on your wall. This is what a female superhero should look like.



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