- BATMAN: COVER TO COVER: The Greatest Comic Book Covers of the Dark Knight
Regardless of what a particular story is about, he's always been a comics artist's dream subject.
- Cover Story: The Night Ocean by Paul La Farge
Lovecraft as a major story element.”
- Cover Story: ‘The Mandibles: A Family, 2029-2047’
Welcome to Cover Story, a new PW column that looks at the art and science of book-jacket design, and the evolution from early concept to finished product.
- Cover Story: 'The Girl Who Knew Too Much'
But a cover composed only of graphic images tends to suggest literary rather than commercial.
- The Cover Artist
Shy cartoonist Oscar Lemoine's scandalous nude caricatures of celebs grace the front covers of the satirical magazine Lowdown.
- Cover the Butter
Kabak's debut, set in Wales, covers familiar familial territory.
- Cover of Snow
But it is with Nora that she shines brightest, creating a distinctive heroine who grows along with the story.
- Cover Girl
Santolouco's artwork is at the cruder, cartoonier end of the generic mainstream continuum—he sometimes favors dramatic angles to make up for his dodgy grasp of anatomy—but the story zips along as amusingly as the B-movies it parodies and pastiches.
- The Cover Wife
Set in 1999, this gripping if uneven spy thriller from Fesperman (Safe Houses) fictionalizes the story of the terrorist cell in Hamburg, Germany, responsible for the 9/11 attacks.
- COVER GIRLS
Jakes frames his contemporary novel around the seasons of life, telling the story from the perspectives of three African-American women who work together in an office, and a fourth, older woman who acts as a mentor to the youngest.
- Cover Redesign: 'Stingers'
This month, Michelle Argyle at Melissa Williams Design reimagines the cover of Stingers by Graham Downs, who praised the new cover, saying, “It encompasses the story so well.”Design Note #1: The picture of a boy with a bloody nose helps get across the idea that this is
- Book Cover Redesign: 'Vanished'
Baker, who praised the new cover, calling it “captivating.”Design Note #1: Many covers use both serif and sans serif fonts.
- Book Cover Redesign: 'Spinning'
This month, Michelle Argyle at Melissa Williams Design reimagines the cover of Spinning by indie author Janine Kovac, who praised the new cover for proclaiming, “‘I want you to notice this book!
- Book Cover Redesign: 'That Night'
This is perfect for the book’s gritty subject matter.Design Note #3: Using a hand-written font gives the cover an almost vulnerable feeling; it lets readers know that this will be an intense story that is told in a personal way.Design Note #4: To indicate that this is a
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