Iron Man #302, Marvel Comics, March 1994. Artist: Kevin Hopgood.
Only 33 unique comic covers to choose from today, my favourite is Kevin Hopgood’s cover to Iron Man #302, just a strong battle cover with a big dose of Venom.
Sheldon Moldoff’s cover to Detective Comics #302 is a little still (get it) but I like the composition.
Ed Hannigan gives us Superman and Batman out for a canoe ride on the cover of World’s Finest #302, love these in your face (get it) battle covers, especially when both oarsmen are big-name heroes.
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.
I should build that bronzing device, I actually have some vintage radio tubes. A few days ago the Batman executioner should’ve had a kryptonite axe.
I thought Venom only hated Spidey? This is the same Moldoff that did all the great Hawkman covers on Flash Comics in the 40’s isn’t it? I think Batman should have got top billing on the WF with the way he is beating the tar out of Supes!
Yes a great COMIC BOOK cover. Not painted, not realistic, not deep – just a good guy duking it out with a bad guy in totally over-the-top fashion.
I guess if you like Egyptian tomb art the Moldoff could work.
Nothing exceptional for #303, I have to go with ASM for the good Spidey and Sandman, although Silver Sable could have been better. It is kind of goofy, but I really dig Kubert’s House of Mystery monster hall of fame, so that’s my runner up. For a title-in-the-cover cover, Iron Man is pretty good.
JOWA to the doubly Freudian Action. Sure enough we can only see one eye on that monster.