Covered 365: Day 307

Wolverine #307, Marvel Comics, July 2012. Artist: Chris Samnee.

I wanted to go Hulk but the more I looked at the cover to Chris Samnee’s Wolverine #307 the more I liked it, the last look won it for him.

Mike Mignola’s cover to Hulk #307 was good but it didn’t have floating skeletons on it.

Tom Morgan gave me reason to pause and take a second look at his cover to Iron Man #307.

Joe Kubert’s cover to House of Mystery #307 rounds out Day 307.

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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  1. The Wolverine is moody and mysterious and gets my thumbs up! Despite lack of reference and a standing around cover, not a bad rendition of the Hulk! While not a Colan… the Kubert vampire cover interests me. That Ironman with muscles built into the suit again… when will these kid artists learn anyway???
    Just wanted to give a shout out to anyone who went to the Albany Comic and Toy Show…some nice vendors…lots of comic chat and a bevy of cosplayers as well. Joe Sinnott was even there and I nearly choked as someone had him sign their FF 52 ( Love Joe’s work but hate signing across the covers)!

  2. I have to cry foul Walt.
    Wolverines vol # 1 and #2 and #3 were cancelled after issues 189 and 90 and so forth. Just because they renumber it, doesn’t make it legit.
    Discontinuing runs, multiple mini series, and variant covers has ruined the comic industry for me.
    In the 1970’s Harvey comics ruined their brand by publishing over a dozen Richie Rich properties. Eventually similar top selling properties such as Punisher, X-men titles , Wolverine , ruined their credibility by too many series and too much exposure in mini series,events and re numbered runs. I look at your new comics section at Big B and all I see is a miss mach confusing mess lacking vision and editorship by their respective copyright holders.
    Perhaps these Wolverine covers would better qualify as great covers in the era that spawned the death throes of the formerly great Comic industry

  3. Hi Gerald…thanks for the tip on the Albany comic convention…sounds like a nice road trip 🙂

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