Best Covers of The Week: September 4th 2013

Published on September 6th, 2013

Welcome to the Best Covers of the Week! You may recall we used to have something called Best Covers of the Month, well guess what? From now on we are going to have Best Cover of the Week and every Friday we will post the top comic book covers for that weeks comics

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Batman and Robin #23.1 – Cover by Chris Burnham

Two-Face is approached to join the Secret Society! Which side will his coin land on?

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Avengers A.I #3  – Cover by David Marquez

* Experience THE DIAMOND, a surreal new world of artificial intelligence!
* The Vision is trapped within this virtual realm…but is he prisoner,
or savior?
* And YOU — how many times have YOU looked at your phone today? What are YOU to the devices in your life — prisoner, or savior?

Shadowman #10 – Cover by  Stephane Perger, Roberto De La Torre, Riley Rossmo

Straight out of the pages of Shadowman #0 — the secret origin all Shadowmen, past and present, stands revealed as Justin Jordan and Roberto De La Torre unveil the next macabre chapter in the lives of Nicodemo and Sandria Darque! Long ago, in the antebellum South, Master Darque’s evil spawned the one thing that could stop him: the Shadowman. Discover how the Darques’ depravity has intertwined with Shadowman for more than a century and the betrayal forged them both in this special standalone prelude to Shadowman’s next shocking story arc.

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The Shadow: Year One #5 – Cover by Chris Samnee 

The Shadow pursues his crusade against crime, and Margo Lane struggles to fit into Lamont Cranston’s mysterious world. Meanwhile, Big Gun Massaretti’s senseless gang war disrupts the mobs of New York, prompting a daring heist that draws the Master of Men like a moth to flame. And finally, an intrepid reporter relentlessly pursues The Shadow’s secrets, closing in!

Trillium #2 – Jeff Lemire

In the heart of the Amazon jungle, Nika, a scientist from the year 3797, and William, an explorer from 1921, struggle not only to survive but to make sense of the mind-bending events that have pulled them together across space and time. The mysteries continue to pile up as Vertigo’s new sci-fi epic launches into high gear!

 

So remember to come back every Friday for Best Cover of the Week. Tuesday find out what Sheldon and Simon’s top 5 for the past week were. Then on Wednesday’s the POW (Pick of the Week) Podcast. All this and more from your favorite comic book news site where we prove comics make an impact in our lives and yours only at ComicImpact.com

Simon Daoudi
Simon@ComicImpact.com