16 Comic Book Covers By Artists Better Known For Their Writing – Grant Morrison To Alan Moore To Jim Shooter

It's all gone a bit Buzzfeed here, hasn't it? Anyway…

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Some writers conceal hidden artistic talents. Often for a reason.

But, with Bleeding Cool running Grant Morrison's cover for Multiversity #1 (above) that felt like a great chance to show off the cover work of creators better known for their writing…

 Jonathan Ross' cover for Revenge #1

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Mark Millar's cover for Nemesis.

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Jonathan Hickman on Fantastic Four.

$_57Jim Shooter's cover to Rai #0.

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Gerard Way's cover for The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys.

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 Zoids Collected Comics cover by David Hine.

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Larry Hama's classic GI Joe #21 (of which he drew the whole issue).

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Mark Gruenwald's Hawkeye (and the whole mini-series).

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Michael Carroll's cover for The Third Law.

dredd-third-law-michael-carrollNeil Gaiman contributing Sandmouse to the cover of Dirtbag #3.

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Alan Moore's own cover to Dodgem Logic #3.

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Brian Michael Bendis' variant for The United States Of Murder, Inc.

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 Ed Brubaker's cover for Lowlife #2, the autobiographical comic series he wrote and drew.

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Clive Barker paints his cover for Next Testament #1.

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DMZ by Brian Wood.

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Any more from any more? Let's see if we can do a Part Two…

About Rich Johnston

Head writer and founder of Bleeding Cool. The longest-serving digital news reporter in the world. Living in London, father of two. Political cartoonist.

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