Marvel Comics Continues To Remix Even More Hip-Hop Album Covers

blame it on Meka August 7, 2015

Easily, one of the best things this summer has been Marvel Comics flipping some of the most popular and classic hip hop covers. Over the last several weeks they’ve unveiled remakes of everyone from Lauryn Hill to Lil B. Throughout the last few Fridays they’ve been unveiling their super-powered takes on these covers, and they’ve just cranked out five more inspired by the likes of Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Big Punisher, J. Cole and KiD CuDi.

I don’t think it has to be said: I’m here for every single one of these. And, like usual, we’ve put together .gif versions of each cover so you can witness the transformation. Check em out below.

Spider-Woman #1
Big Punisher’s Capital Punishment

[Natacha Bustos]

Drax #1
KiD CuDi’s Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager

[Mike Choi]

Spidey #1
Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter IV

[Gyimah Gariba]

Spider-Man 2099 #1
G.O.O.D Music’s Cruel Summer

[Afu Chan]

Nova #1
J. Cole’s Born Sinner

[Eric Canete]

Spider-Man and Drax are my favorites from the bunch, but the Big Pun variant strikes a chord with me as that is one of my favorite hip hop albums ever. Leave your personal choices in the c-section down bottom.