Juan Ferreyra is the runner-up this week with this cover featuring John Constantine himself. Every once in a while I see a cover that is so fantastic, so eye-catching, that despite the fact that I do not subscribe to the series I am compelled to pick up an issue due to the image alone. This is one of those instances. It is a cover that utilizes only three colours (black, white, and red) to great effect. Standing front and centre is our favourite anti-hero who is stylistically drawn, smoking a cigarette in his mouth and brandishing a bayonette in his hands. Constantine finds himself in a rather ominous proverbial river of blood with even more blood oozing down the trench walls. Behind him is a smoky and war-torn skyline, the haze forming a rather horrifying and deathly skull. Situated in each one of the skull’s eye sockets and on top of the barbwire fence posts at the top of the trenches are a World War I German helmet and a World War I American helmet. The inclusion of all these elements from the past really gets us thinking due to Constantine being a man of the present day. Did he travel through time? How? For what purpose? Will he change history? Can he get back? It compels you to open the book up for answers and like I always say…that is what truly makes a great cover.