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Covers of the Week 12/29

Hey everyone. Jared here with the best covers of the last week of 2010. Hope your New Years wasn’t too wild and crazy. Well, if it was, you probably wouldn’t be reading this. Anyway, check out the covers of the week…..

Deadpool Team-Up #886 cover by Humberto Ramos and Edgar Delgado

On one hand, Deadpool is doing the most cliche’d of martial art poses. On the other hand, he does have on the Bruce Lee “Game of Death” jumpsuit. So this cover is a toss up. Still pretty interesting.

Ultimate Avengers 3 #5 cover by Greg Land and Frank D’Armata

I feel like the Captain America movie would be alittle different if this was the Cap that they were using. Kind of gory and disturbing but still cool and visually interesting.

Carnage #2 cover by Clayton Crain

The covers in the Carnage mini-series continue to be creepy and very visceral. I helps that this book IS creepy and visceral and really well written. Pick this up if you can.

Generation Hope#3 cover by Olivier Coipel, Mark Morales and Chris Sotomayor

I don’t know how to explain what’s happening on the cover. Either Pam Grier is doing a wicked flash kick, ala Guile in Street Fighter or Foxy Brown isn’t as tough as we might have thought.

Astonishing Spider-Man and Wolverine #4 cover by Adam Kubert

This cover is as crazy as the content of the book. Spider-Man looks like he mis-fired his webbing and is trying to make it look like he meant to do that. Meanwhile, Wolvie and his wolves look ready to a bite out of his super hero behind. Bravo, fine sirs. I have no idea what’s going here.

So that’s it. If you have a cover you liked this week, let us know at SuperFlyComics@gmail.com and we’ll include it in a future Best of the Week Column. Have a Happy New Year, be safe out there and don’t forget about our upcoming in-store show with Adam WarRock, January 14th.

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