10 Best Batman Comic Book Covers From The Past Decade
2024/02/02

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Batman comic book fans have been fortunate over the past decade to witness the artistic talents of some of the greatest artists at DC Comics. Greg Capullo, Clay Mann, and Patrick Gleason are just a few examples of the talented individuals who have lent their skills to various Batman titles. Not only have these artists provided stunning interior pages, but they've also created breathtaking cover art.

One standout cover is from Batman Annual Vol. 3 #2 by Lee Weeks. As Batman and Catwoman's relationship takes center stage in Tom King's run, Weeks perfectly captures their dynamic in a cover that features Batman pursuing Catwoman through shattered glass.

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Dustin Nguyen, known for his work on Batman comics, including Li'l Gotham, showcases his talent in the cover of Batman Eternal #16. Batman is depicted standing at the gates of Arkham Asylum with his cape splitting the cover into vibrant fields of yellow and blue.

Patrick Gleason's cover for Batman & Robin Vol. 2 #10 is another standout. The cover features Batman surrounded by his four Robins, with their red costumes accentuating their figures and poses.

Sean Murphy's Batman: White Knight #2 cover is visually striking, with Batman's imposing figure towering over the Joker and his collection of Bat-themed memorabilia.

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Another noteworthy cover is from Batman: Last Knight On Earth #1 by Greg Capullo. Capullo captures the iconic silhouette of Batman holding what appears to be the head of the Joker in a lantern against a bright, pink background.

These are just a few examples of the remarkable covers that have graced Batman comics in recent years. Each artist brings their unique style and creative vision to create covers that captivate readers and showcase the enduring appeal of the Dark Knight.

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