Shadowhawk takes a look at the cover for an upcoming debut novel from Angry Robot Books.
“This could very well be the official poster or a movie I’d love to go watch soon as I see the poster.” ~Shadowhawk
Shadowhawk takes a look at the two covers from Orbit for Murr Lafferty’s Shambling Guides series.
“The first cover is very Fables-esque in its atmosphere and feel, which is great for me since I happen to love Fables. And the second cover gives off a great fairy-tale fantasy feel, very light-hearted in tone and cheekily mysterious.” ~Shadowhawk
Shadowhawk takes a look at another Orbit cover, this time for Amanda Carlson’s third book in the Jessica McClain urban fantasy series.
“Orbit must be employing some art wizards for sure, because this is another damn good cover, and the best in the series so far.” ~Shadowhawk
Shadowhawk takes a look at the second Powder Mage novel from Brian McClellan.
“A great cover that is superior to the one for the first novel, which was already quite amazing.” ~Shadowhawk
Shadowhawk takes a look at the March covers for the Bat-family titles in a post-Death of the Family setting. Contains spoilers for the Death of the Family crossover and from Batman, Incorporated #8.
“The emotional fallout from Batman, Incorporated #8 won’t hit home until you look at these covers.” ~Shadowhawk
Shadowhawk takes a look at the upcoming four issues for the rebooted Earth 2 series.
“Looks like Robinson is going to up the ante yet again. The wait for this issue is going to be interminable!” ~Shadowhawk
Shadowhawk takes a look at the newly released cover for the 15th Anniversary edition of the first Harry Potter novel.
“If I walked into a bookstore today and saw that cover, I would buy the book immediately and read it then and there.” ~Shadowhawk
Shadowhawk takes a look at the first Powder Mage novel from debut author Brian McClellan.
“This could be the start of something really, really good!” ~Shadowhawk