Best Comic Covers Of 2011

We’ve all heard the cliché a thousand times, “you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover”, but the fact of the matter is that, with comics sometimes you can do just that. The cover is the first thing that catches your eye on the shelf when you’re browsing through the shop, and when you see one that blows you away, it seems worth it just for the fantastic art. Covers are becoming increasingly important in the comics medium, so why not look back at the best this year had to offer. Below you will find a list of our top 25 comic covers of 2011. The Number 1 cover of the year shouldn’t come as any surprise. And, stay tuned for our Best of 2011 Staff Picks later this week!Read on for the skinny…

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The Strain #1 by Mike Huddleston

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The Walking Dead #86 by Charlie Adlard

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Secret Avengers #19 by John Cassaday

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Daredevil #7 by Paolo Rivera

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Venom #9 by John Tyler Christopher

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Hellraiser #8 by Tim Bradstreet

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Baltimore: The Curse Bells #1 by Mike Mignola

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Hack/Slash #6 by Nate Bellagarde

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The Unwritten #22 by Yuko Shimizu

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American Vampire #18 by Rafael Albuquerque

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Avengers Origins: Vision (One Shot) by Marko Djurdjevic

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Northlanders #45 by Massimo Carnevale

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Abe Sapien: The Devil Does Not Jest #1 by Mike Mignola

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Moon Knight #2 by Alex Maleev

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DC Universe Presents: Deadman #2 by Ryan Sook

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Green Wake #7 by Riley Rossmo

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Frankenstein: Agent of S.H.A.D.E. #2 by J.G. Jones

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Flashpoint #1 by Andy Kubert

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Sweet Tooth #22 by Jeff Lemire

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Spider-Island: Cloak and Dagger #3 by Emma Rios

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Animal Man #1 by Travel Foreman

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Wolverine #8 by Jae Lee

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House of Mystery #41 by Esao Andrews

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Batwoman #2 by J.H. Williams III

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Detective Comics #880 by Jock

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Well folks, that wraps up the Best Comic Covers of 2011! Stay tuned for our staff lists of the Best Comics of 2011, coming up in the next few days.