Fan Artists Reimagine Classic Comics Covers

Robert Goodin's blog Covered invites artists to remix and reinterpret their favorite comic book covers, resulting in fun and funky covers of classic superhero art.

An illustrator and animator, Goodin receives several submissions each week for Covered, posting images based on a wide variety of comics, from Marvel and DC's superhero books to Disney and romance comics. Below are just a few of the dozens of comic cover covers featured on his blog.

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Nexus #13: Original by Steve Rude, Cover by Paco Afromonkey

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Avengers #221: Original by Ed Hannigan and Joe Rubinstein, Cover by Jon Adams

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Tales of Suspense #89: Original by Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia, Cover by Mark Todd

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie II: Original by Jim Lawson and Lavigne, Cover by Will Dinski

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Millie the Lovable Monster #4: Original by Bill Woggon, Cover by Alessa Kreger

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Dr. Who #3: Original by Dave Gibbons, Cover by Lisa Hanawalt

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Captain America #2: Original by Joe Simon, Cover by Danny Hellman

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Brave and the Bold #68: Original by Mike Sekowsky and Murphy Anderson, Cover by Matthew Allison

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Green Lantern #122: Original by Dick Giordano, Cover by Mark Grambau

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GI Joe #1: Original by Herb Trimpe and Bob McLeod, Cover by Ryan Dunlavey

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zanyzapper

Dang, Millie the Monster! What an obscure title. I actually had that comic as a kid. Don't remember anything about what it was about, but I definitely remember the cover.

GI Joe is hilarious. Like the style on the Green Lantern one. The Turtles cover kinda gives me the feel of the original TMNT before they were so mainstream. Everything else seems kinda "meh".