This one is a bit odd, but we do have a number of people who come to the site for the artwork. I remember the covers for The Lord of the Rings trilogy back in the seventies. It was a bit psychedelic. That sets it apart from most of the more realistic type covers focused on the protagonist. What do you think, any covers stand out to you?
I personally loved the art work for the Stephen King's Dark Tower series.
I'm not a big fan of the novel, but I pretty much bought a copy on the basis of the cover of Kristen Britain's 'Green Rider'(http://img1.fantasticfiction.co.uk/images/n2/n12879.jpg). If graphic novels are allowed, I love the cover of Grant Morrison's 'The Filth' (http://afbooks.com/images/filth.jpg). Back to novels, I really like the Perky Pat set on the front cover of 'The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch (http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_7fdwsqHAt-U/S9Qt6afNzuI/AAAAAAAAAfI/ai5wV-VJkL4/s1600/palmer.jpg).
I'm going to change the question a bit - The ezine's covers that I like the best is Schlock! ezine. It's a british ezine and its covers are usually over the top. Take a look. Too often the covers of ezines fall into a rut, but Schlock! is usually pretty fun.
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