This one makes me laugh, and I don’t usually laugh at poop jokes. I also like the film poster aesthetic, the movement and pop of color. — Joy-Marie Scott, digital content editor
I just love the effort put on by Josh Huskin, who always delivers amazing stuff. It was simple but beautifully done. — Enrique Lopetegui, music and film editor
I think we captured a moment here, and I'm a diehard fan of our cover model, Tencha La Jefa, for life! — Callie Enlow, editor in chief
I love all the visual parallels between the elements. — Bryan Rindfuss, associate editor
It features a striking, illustrated photo of Senator Wendy Davis soaked in blue. It evokes the tough road that lies ahead for Texas Dems. — Mary Tuma, staff writer
When this issue came out, my first thought was: Wow, I want that framed! With its art deco sensibility, the picture is showy, graceful, and sinister. It works on many levels to evoke the undertones of the SeaWorld story. — Joy-Marie Scott, digital content editor
It’s clean and simple. The unwavering flag amid the darkness picks up the tone of the debate very well. — Mary Tuma, staff writer
The detail Eli placed on this cover is awe-inspiring. I don't know of anyone that would willingly design 15+ tiny food trucks for a cover. — Jessica Elizarraras, food and nightlife editor
Superheroes, zombies, the Tower of the Americas... I was ecstatic when this illustration came together. — Callie Enlow, editor in chief
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