Marvel Comics best covers of the week of November 6th, 2019

Read on to see the best covers of the week as picked by the Weird Science Marvel Comics staff!

Immortal Hulk #27

Writer: Al Ewing

Cover Art: Alex Ross

Alex Ross is instantly recognizable to any comic fan. His painted style makes him very unique in the medium. This very “uniqueness” draws people to his covers constantly. As well it should!

Chosen by Wolf Cypher @WolfCyphr

Check out the full review here.

X-Force #1

Writer: Ben Percy

Cover Artist: Russell Dauterman

In this “Young Guns” variant we get a fabulous cover of the X-Force team by Russell Dauterman. Call me a sucker, but I’m drawn to any cover featuring Wolverine. Make sure you check out this debut issue. It’s at the top of the list of the Dawn of X titles!

Chosen by Thor’s mallet @acnbat

Check out the full review here.

Daredevil #13

Writer: Chip Zdarsky

A terrified and bloody Wilson Fisk looks over his shoulder no doubt wondering how in the world he’ll get himself of this predicament. Trust me, True Believers, this is a run you really should be reading!

Chosen by Steve @LeftWing79 and Dispatch @dispatchdcu

Check out the full review here.

Savage Avengers #7

Writer: Gerry Duggan

Cover Art: David Finch

David Finch is one of my favorite artists. Here’s a fantastic cover of Elektra in action. How could you not like this cover??

Chosen by Hot Claws Wolverine @ChefHigh

Check out the full review here.

Black Cat #6

Writer: Jed Mackay

Cover Art: J. Scott Campbell

In this cover we get Felicia, claws out, no doubt hissing!! Not many covers feature such an extreme facial close up, but it works here perfectly well!

Chosen by Tony Walton @waltgator93

Check out the full review here.

Star Wars: Dr. Aphra #38

Writer: Si Spurrier

Cover Art: Ashley Witter

It’s never, ever a good idea to have your back turned when there are Storm Troopers around. Even if their aim is terrible!

Chosen by Stork @BesottedGeekPod

All these and more out this week at your Local Comic Shops! Go check them out as well as our awesome reviews at Weird Science Marvel Comics.