Daredevil #277, Marvel Comics, February 1990, Artist: Rick Leonardi.
There are now less that 50 actual covers to choose from each day, that’s not saying there will be a lack of winners. Let’s see what today brought us.
I really like this Rick Leonardi cover to Daredevil #277. I’m no deep thinking art guy but this is DD rescuing her from her madness.
Ralph Heimdahl (maybe) knows what I like and gives it to me on the cover of Four Color #277.
Somehow the stained glass look works on Joe Kubert’s cover to G.I. Combat #277.
Who doesn’t like battle covers! Jim Lee gives us a good on on his X-Men #277 cover.
Can you tell I’m enamored by Curt Swan’s Supergirl? I almost missed that there was a tug of war between a super dog and a super cat on the cover of Action Comics #277.
A great comic book cover matching each day of the year, 1 through 365. Please chime in with your favourite corresponding cover, from any era.
Clearly easier to hit on the same books when there are so few choices.
Worse pickings for #278. I think Uncle Scrooge takes it – well drawn, action, implied story. I see a three-way tie for runner up in Avengers, FF, and Marvel Tales. Avengers is clearly a swipe but it is a really good one. Marvel Tales is also nothing original, but good for what it is.
I love the dialogue on the cover of Action. Sigmund Freud should be in here somewhere.
The JOWA is a tie between Batman and Detective – the giant in his tighty whities would easily win except for – “The Wringer”???
Few choices is right! My money is on Streaky!
Love the classic “animation style” of the Porky Pig. Need to haul out my Warner’s Looney Tunes collection and watch them again.
Kubert was quite the inventive guy.
Tim, those were the best things ever put on film! Chuck Jones era especially.