But sadly this is how your books will be judged by your "would be customers".
In the art world, appearance is (very much) everything.
Hence your cover should serve as an icebreaker and a brief introduction as to how your art/interior pages look like.
So t'would be best to choose a strong and relevant image.
One that best represent your vision and your story.
The following are some of the best (and at times the worst) comic covers that anyone could use for their own layouts.
It's unnecessary to follow these examples but rather, let this be your helpful guide instead.
Use them in moderation and as much as possible keep your layouts unique and unpredictable.
Cliche Comic Covers (Some terminologies might not be that of their official names but created for this particular discussion's sake).
1. Big Heads
18. Updated Versions Of An Old Cover
19. New Costumes
20. On Sight /Target For Termination /On Someone Else's Crosshairs/Spotlight
1. Variants/ Connecting Covers
1. Dan De Carlo
So that's that and hopefully everyone learned something today's topic for after all, everyday is a learning experience!