It's been a while since we've run a cover gallery, but since no single series is really hitting us and requiring a really great cover gallery, we thought we'd focus instead on a single artist. There's one artist that has shown up in a few of our cover galleries, Bill Sienkiewicz.
With Avengers: Age of Ultron, everyone has been reminded of how great a concept Earth's Mightiest Heroes are, and with the ending of the film, been shared the best part of the concept, that the membership can change. In the 1960s, this was almost a foreign concept. In the Golden Age, the Justice Society changed membership a little, but in the 1960s, the membership of super-hero teams was pretty static. The Justice League added three members by this time, but no member left. In the first four years of the Avengers, the membership changed drastically, with members leaving the team, joining the team with a roster that varied from the mightiest characters Marvel had created at the time to what was referred to as "Cap's Kooky Quartet."
Tula Lotay (artist website) CURB STOMP #1 BOOM! Studios The color palette here is striking in its eye-catching use of cyan blue, which contrasts nicely with the pink background. The splash of green keeps the foreground as the focus despite how much she is challenged by the blue-haired girl in roller skates. The characters obviously set a mood for the series, demanding attention in a way that displays youthful irreverence. (Image Source: BOOM! Studios)