Best Covers of the Week: January 22nd 2014

Published on January 24th, 2014

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.

Black Widow #2 – Cover by Phil Noto
In fact, it’s so good, that you won’t want to wait another month for the next issue.


Chew #39 – Cover by Rob Guillory

Amelia’s been writing again!

Hawkeye #16 – Cover by David Aja

  • The adventures of Lady Hawkguy out west continue as Kate helps a reclusive and Sixties-damaged pop music genius find his lost masterpiece.
  • Madame Masque, meanwhile, finds HER. By which we mean starts trying to kill her again.
  • Also the cat needs cat food and there’s none to be found. What’s THAT about?
  • Hey not for nothin’ but you guys gotta try these Cronuts!


Judge Dredd: Mega- City Two #1 – Cover by Ulises Farinas

Dredd heads Californee way! As part of a judicial exchange program, Dredd is sent packing to Mega-City Two, a sprawling city covering 5,000 square miles of the Californian West Coast and centered in what was once known as Los Angeles, where he soon discovers that they do things differently there.

The Unwritten: Apocalypse #1 – Cover by Peter Gross

It’s the perfect jumping on point, as Tom Taylor is stranded at the beginning of all creation! Lost in the unwritten scenes of all the world’s stories, Tom Taylor is headed back to reality – and all the gods and beasts and monsters ever imagined can’t stop him. But there’s a toll on the road that may be too high for him or anyone to pay

JudgeDreddMageCityTwo1TheUnwrittenApocalypse1Best Cover of the Week: January 15th 2014

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