Covered 365: Day 277

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.

Walter Durajlija
Walter Durajlija

Walter Durajlija is an Overstreet Advisor and Shuster Award winner. He owns Big B Comics in Hamilton Ontario.

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Chris Meli
4 years ago

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”???

Gerald Eddy
Gerald Eddy
4 years ago

Few choices is right! My money is on Streaky!

tim hammell
tim hammell
4 years ago

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.