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Image of Igor Movie Prequel
Image of Witch & Wizard: Battle for Shadowland (Witch & Wizard (Idw))
Image of Terminator: Salvation Movie Prequel
Image of Witch & Wizard Volume 2: Operation Zero (Witch & Wizard (Idw))
Image of Ghostbusters: Haunted Holidays
Image of Cory Doctorow's Futuristic Tales Of The Here And Now
Image of The Absurd Adventures of Archibald Aardvark Volume 1: Bullets, Booze, and Beelzebub
Image of MGM Drive-in Theater: Motel Hell and IT
Books -Panel
Image of No Dead Time
Image of Comic Book Tattoo Special Edition
Image of Saint Germaine: Tales of an Immortal
Image of Sherlock Holmes & Kolchak: Cry For Thunder S/N Limited Edition HC
Image of Ghost Sonata
Image of Vampire The Masquerade Volume 1: Blood and Roses
Image of Moonstone Monsters Volume 1

Holy crap, this is an awesome cover for Daredevil #10.1, by Marcos Martin:

Love it.

This whole “point one” numbering scheme by Marvel, on the other hand, is ridiculously stupid.

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4 Responses to “Marcos Martin’s Daredevil cover”

  • Andy Bennett says:

    I dunno. I get bored seeing the same identical head silhouette just flipped on each panel. The whole thing seems a little… “un-subtle” to me. Decent concept, ham-handed execution.

  • Dara says:

    I think with the distinct color images behind the head silhouettes, if the silhouettes themselves were all also varied, it would have made for a very busy design.

  • Tom Williams says:

    It’s refreshing when these pop up, given that Marvel usually craps out the photo-realistic wankery. When I think about consistently great covers, Marvel doesn’t immediately pop in my head. Maybe when Quesada leaves, they’ll stop this silly mandate where most of the covers never reflect the events inside the book. It’s a story, not a flippin’ annual report with a stock photo on the cover.

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