A Ghost From The Past, A Lethal Date, and Alfred To The Rescue: Comic Book Covers of the Week 08/27/14

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It is time for the best covers from the week that was. A quick reminder: only comics that I personally have purchased qualify for this piece. If a title contains more than one cover, only the one I own is taken into consideration. Now without further ado:

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Honorable Mentionharleyquinn10Harley Quinn #10
Cover Artist: Amanda Conner
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Honorable Mentiontmntturtlesintime3TMNT: Turtles In Time #3
Cover Artist: David E. Petersen
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Fifth Placeguardiansofthegalaxy18Guardians of the Galaxy #18
Cover Artist:
 Ed McGuinness
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Fourth Placebatmansuperman13Batman/Superman #13
Cover Artist: Jae Lee
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And now it is time for the main event, what you have been waiting for, the reveal of the Top 3 Covers of the Week. Click on the appropriate logo to be taken to that specifically ranked cover or just click NEXT! Which cover will reign supreme?

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#1 ________________________________________________________

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3 thoughts on “A Ghost From The Past, A Lethal Date, and Alfred To The Rescue: Comic Book Covers of the Week 08/27/14

  1. This time Alex Garner gets the silver medal. The gold one goes to Thunderbolts # 30: as you know, I love when a writer or an artist gives a personal touch to an old cliché.
    Once again Harley Quinn gets the bronze medal: in this case we have a multicoloured cover with a gorgeous lighting and some graffiti in the background, and all these details are more than enough to win the 3rd prize in my personal ranking.

    • “The gold one goes to Thunderbolts # 30: as you know, I love when a writer or an artist gives a personal touch to an old cliché.”
      Yeah, I had a really good feeling this was going to win it all for you. If any week deserved a tie it would be this one but in the end I gave the slight edge to the comic I pick-up on a regular basis.

      Thanks for sharing your Rankings!

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