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Cammy’s Covers – The Outliers To 100 Bullets

 Cameron Hatheway writes; The Outliers Chapter 1 by Erik T. Johnson It’s both the tone and the style that really intrigues me, for it appears raw and sporadic upon first glance. As soon as the eyes have had a chance to take it all in, sure enough shapes and beings start to emerge from what… Read more »

Cammy’s Covers – Breath Of Bones To Red Sonja

Cameron Hatheway writes; Breath of Bones: A Tale of the Golem #3 by Dave Wachter Clayface wishes he was this cool looking! The glorious coloring and texture of the golem front and center really allows the audience to observe every rock, root, and detail as it plays off the black and white background. Just look… Read more »

Cammy’s Covers – Manhattan Projects To Trillium

Cameron Hatheway writes; The Manhattan Projects #13 by Jonathan Hickman Glad to know that several pairs of Vans checkered slip-ons were recycled into making this cover. It’s not entirely checkered, which makes the overall design that much more intriguing and appealing. Is there a pattern, or is it all just random? If there is a… Read more »

Cammy’s Covers – From Red Hood And The Outlaws To The Gamma One-Shot

Cameron Hatheway writes for Bleeding Cool:  Red Hood and the Outlaws #22 by Guillem March Ah yes, the classic Yin-Yang pose with an added dash of sex appeal. I enjoy Starfire’s painted hair style, for the flames really blend well together as she propels upwards. The shine on her outfit also works very well, for… Read more »

Cammy’s Covers – Hawkeye To Elephantmen

Cameron Hatheway writes; Hawkeye #11 by David Aja Now either this dog is a stone-blooded killer, or he just accidentally walked through some raspberry jam. Having a Labrador myself, I would not be surprised whatsoever if it was explanation number two. Again with Aja, it’s the simple things that really speak volumes when illustrating a… Read more »

Cammy’s Covers – 100 Bullets To Occupy Comics

Cameron Hatheway writes; 100 Bullets: Brother Lono #1 by Dave Johnson ¡Ay, caramba! Such a delightfully pulpy cover by the Reverend Dave Johnson. While his covers are frequently featured here, it looks like he really took his time illustrating this cover in particular. Just look at Brother Lono’s face; it’s definitely seen some action. The floating hypnotic skull in the background is… Read more »

Cammy’s Covers – Six Gun Gorilla To Thor

Cameron Hatheway writes; Six-Gun Gorilla #1 by Ramón Pérez Nothing more intriguing than a gigantic gorilla wielding some humongous guns, launching itself at the reader. Pérez’s zany style works well for such an interesting concept, for with the beginning of a new series the best angle to go with is the unexpected. Mammals and firearms… Read more »

Cammy’s Covers – Fearless Defenders To Winter Soldier

Cameron Hatheway writes; The Fearless Defenders #5 by Mark Brooks Ah, this cover brings back some awesome memories from my childhood. Arriving over at Paolo’s house on the weekends, putting in Street Fighter, and playing for the rest of the day. Since I wasn’t very good, I would always play as Blanco and try my… Read more »

Cammy’s Covers – Next Testament To Elephantmen

  Cameron Hatheway writes; Clive Barker’s New Testament #1 by Goñi Montes The colors! Look at all the beautiful colors! It’s like Joseph and his amazing technicolor dream coat suddenly exploded after being zapped by a few proton guns, with this cover being the end result. I really do enjoy the psychedelic mash-up look that… Read more »

Cammy’s Covers – Fatale To Wonder Woman

Cameron Hatheway writes; Fatale #14 by Sean Phillips Why did it have to be toothy Cthulu faces? I hate toothy Cthulu faces! The eerie use of black and white works quite well with this cover, followed by the stunning red center drawing attention to our femme fatale. She’s got her Chicago Typewriter prepped and ready… Read more »

Cammy’s Covers – Astonishing X-Men To Avengers Arena

Cameron Hatheway writes; Astonishing X-Men #62 by Phil Noto You’re as cold as ice, willing to sacrifice your…looks? With all these younger versions of themselves bouncing around, it was only a matter of time before we started getting covers like this one. However this being Noto, it’s going to make for a damn good compare/contrast…. Read more »

Cammy’s Covers – Hawkeye To Dial H

Cameron Hatheway writes for Bleeding Cool; Hawkeye #10 by Francesco Francavilla Orange you glad Francavilla illustrated this cover? Simple, yet effective. One might say this cover is a total (*puts on shades*) bullseye. Mister X: Eviction #1 by Dean Motter I’m always a fan of unique architecture, and just looking at this cover I have… Read more »

Cammy’s Covers – DHP To The Manhattan Projects

Cameron Hatheway writes “Sorry it’s a day late! I was wine tasting yesterday and lost track of the time. Also, I don’t know who this woman I woke-up next to is, so I had to type everything quietly so I didn’t wake her. All with one hand too, for the other is in a pair… Read more »

Cammy’s Covers – Batwoman To Fables

Cameron Hatheway writes;  Batwoman #19 by Trevor McCarthy These gatefold covers have been pretty disappointing for the most part, but every week I’m able to find a gem that shines through the muck. This week, it goes to Trevor McCarthy for this hauntingly beautiful decomposition of Batwoman. She is no longer a hero, no longer… Read more »

Cammy’s Covers – Deathstroke To Hawkeye

Deathstroke #19 by Juan Jose Ryp & Juan Fernandez Juan Jose Ryp was quite busy this week, not only supplying a wraparound cover for Deathstroke but one for Constantine as well. Of the two covers, I found myself enjoying this one more because I thought it highlighted Ryp’s attention to detail a lot better in… Read more »

Cammy’s Covers – Fairest To Polarity

Cameron Hughes writes; Fairest #14 by Adam Hughes Normally when Hughes illustrates a cover for this series, we get some pretty-yet-sexy damsel in a seductive pose of sorts. With this cover, it’s the simplicity that makes it sexy, for it leaves a lot to the imagination regarding this little woodland nymph. Doing what ivy does… Read more »