Best Covers of The Week: October 30th 2013

Published on November 1st, 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.

Damian: Son of Batman (2013-) #1 (of 4) – Andy Kubert

Damian Wayne, the son of Batman, has adopted the cape and cowl as his own…but what horrific events set this troubled hero on the path of his dark destiny?


Avengers A.I. (2013-) #5 – Cover by David Marquez

What does the newest member of the Avengers A.I. have to do with Dimitrios? Learn the mind-bending origin of Alexis! Will Vision bend to the will of S.H.I.E.L.D.?

Swamp Thing (2011-): Annual #2 – Cover by Kano

Alec Holland’s going to need to take his powers to another level to take Seeder down…with help from the stranger coaches imaginable.


The Sandman: Overture (2013-) #1 (of 6) – Cover by  J.H Williams III

Discover the events leading up to Morpheus’ capture at the beginning of the SANDMAN series with this prequel limited series by the legendary Neil Gaiman and award-winning artist J.H. Williams III.

The Superior Spider-Man #20 – Cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli

From the fallout of NECESSARY EVIL, comes new beginnings and new twists that will be felt in the pages of Spider-Man for years to come! SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #20 is where it all starts! Do NOT miss this one!

It’s the first ever adventure for the Superior Spider-Man and the Black Cat. Felicia Hardy always cared for the Spider more than the man. But what happens when that man is Otto Octavius?

Plus: A day Otto has been waiting for is finally here. Is the world ready for “Dr. Peter Parker”… and what he plans to do next?


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

Simon Daoudi