DC Comics Cover Art
"Story hook, tragic moment, poster, or outrageous character, the covers lured us in." - Paul Levitz, president of DC Comics 2002-2009
From the trailblazing works of Bob Kane, to the photorealistic stylings of Adam Hughes and quirky humor of Amanda Conner, DC Comics Cover Art is a collection of the most iconic covers in DC's history. The stunning artwork is accompanied by expert commentary exploring the significance of each cover, while artist profiles shed light on their creators.
Discover the most striking covers from more than 85 years of DC Comics.
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About this Author
Nick Jones is an author, editor, and writer based in Lewes, East Sussex. Starting out in the 1990s as a music journalist, Nick wrote for dance music magazine Mixmag and edited its weekly spin-off, Mixmag Update (later 7 Magazine). In 2000 he moved into sci-fi and genre publishing, editing TV and movie tie-in titles (including Star Trek Magazine, X-Men 2, and Hulk), before becoming senior editor of comics and graphic novels at Titan Books, where he edited Dan Dare, James Bond, Modesty Blaise, Wallace & Gromit, and DC Comics graphic novels. Since then Nick has edited numerous books, including Comic Book Design, Sci-Fi Art: A Graphic History, 500 Essential Cult Movies/Books, The Art of Osamu Tezuka: God of Manga, Alan Moore: Storyteller, The Art of Neil Gaiman, The Art of Movie Storyboards, Electri_City: The Dusseldorf School of Electronic Music, Long Shadows: The Life & Times of Matt Johnson & The The, and I Am Damo Suzuki. He is the author and co-author of a number of comics-related books and has written for the Marvel Fact Files, Walking Dead Magazine, and Justice League, Black Panther, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Black Widow and Star Wars: The Last Jedi Collector's Editions. In 2018, he once again became editor of Star Trek Magazine, along with related specials like the Star Trek: Discovery Companion and the Star Trek: Picard Collector's Edition. He blogs at Existential Ennui.
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