Jun 21, 2023
This is an interesting one.
In this week's episode, the SICS crew take a look at the cover art of all the books in the Cosmere and place them on a tier list. Which covers will be ranked as crem? And which will be held up as the Shard Tier? And why does Hugh Jackman keep coming up in this discussion?
This episode's show notes can be found here:
This week's Cosmere Thing of the Week: Katie Payne's Secret Project #2 Bookmark art (@artofkatiepayne)
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We'd like to thank the following artists for granting us permission to use their artwork in our opening video. Be sure to check out their websites!
Stephan Martiniere - Elantris - http://www.martiniere.com/
Sam Weber - The Mistborn Trilogy - http://www.sampaints.com/
Chris McGrath - Alloy of Law - http://www.christianmcgrath.com/
Dan dos Santos - Warbreaker - http://www.dandossantos.com/
Michael Whelan - Words of Radiance and Oathbringer - http://www.michaelwhelan.com/
David Palumbo - Arcanum Unbounded - http://www.dvpalumbo.com/
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