This week's topic: The Scene of the Crime-post a cover depicting the scene of a crime, either as it is taking place or the aftermath of such...
-Post one, and only one, classic cover that fits the theme of the contest. -Cover must be from a published comic book or collected volume published before June 2011. -Please include also the title of the comic and the issue number in case some posters cannot see your image. -Covers must be posted before voting begins. -Voting takes place on Tuesday, June 15, 2021, beginning at 12:01 AM PST and ending at 11:59 PM PST. -Vote by posting the name of the poster whose cover best fits the theme or that you simply like the most. Try to put your vote in bold. -The winner of the contest is the entrant with the most votes after the voting period ends. -The winner chooses the theme for the next week's contest. -If you don't think the cover fits the theme, don't vote for it; please don't post disparaging remarks about it. -If a cover is more recent than the classic time frame, kindly point it out to the poster, who then can choose an alternate before voting begins.
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