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The Queen Bae of cover artists, Kevin Wada, strikes again with this #gorgeo Catwoman cover. Look at that back tattoo! Look at that dress! But seriously, please, look at it for me. Because I can't. Because I literally died.
(Oh, also Catwoman #2, Eiko Hasigawa, is ditching the alias she shares with her ex, Selina, to take on the mantle of her Yakuza father and exact vengence on his killers. Unfortunately, due to operatic circumstances, that leaves Selina and her family right in Eiko's sights.)
Constantine the Hellblazer #6
What?! What is this cover you give us, comic book gods? Is this not John Constantine, the most famous magical bisexual (Editor's Note: Redundant, all bisexuals are magical.) on a date in a terrifying hellscape version of New York with the super hot dude he was cruising in issue #2?! Is this not specifically what I asked for for Christmas? Thank you, comic book gods, thank you!
Teen Titans #13
Ugh. Power Girl is so cool. Look at this cover: ameezing hair, a gold chest circle subtly referencing her namesake's signature costume feature, and a tiny blue jacket that perfectly foils Kara's tiny red cape. As the Titans regroup after Kon's apparent suicide, who better to turn this ratchet set of teens around than the coolest Power Girl not on Earth-2?
The Ultimates #1
This is it. Marvel's answer to The Authority: Blue Marvel, Captain Marvel II (a.k.a. Spectrum), Captain Marvel VII (a.k.a. Ms. Marvel), Black Panther, mother-luvin' Galactus, and most importantly, the biggest heavy hitter on this team, Miss America Chavez. For ultimate problems, you need ultimate solutions. And a dimension-kicking lesbian.