Why The Russos Are The Best Thing to Happen to the MCU Since Joss Whedon
This is the latest installment of a feature where I spotlight interconnecting covers. I will feature three selections each installment, with my current plan being to feature one diptych, one triptych and one tetraptych (or larger). Here is an archive of all of the covers listed so far. I am sure you have suggestions for future editions, so feel free to e-mail me at email@example.com with your suggestions for future installments. Don’t post suggestions in the comments section!
First, based on a suggestion from Joe H., here’s Ed McGuinness’ covers for Superman/Batman #25 (both A and B)…
Next, based on a suggestion from Philip A., here’s an odd X-Treme X-Men tetraptych by Salvador Larocca from X-Treme X-Men #20-22, 24. Yes, non-consecutive issues. Plus #24 is first, then #20 then #22 then #21. Weeeird…
Finally, based on suggestions from Dave H., Rob M. and James E., here’s Duncan Fegredo’s triptych for Kid Eternity #1-3 (I know it shouldn’t really matter, but I can’t help but be a bit disappointed that the glasses don’t line up perfectly on the third cover)…
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If YOU have a suggestion for a future installment, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t post your suggestion in the comments section!
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