Since his wave of Marvel NOW! comic book covers and art transformed classic heroes and villains into adorable Marvel toddlers, Skottie Young has been one of the most popular and unique artists in comics. Young has since proved his mettle as both ongoing writer and artist, on series like Marvel's Rocket Raccoon, and his creator-owned work for Image Comics' I Hate Fairyland. Simply put, Young has one of the most beloved and distinct styles in comics.
Young's fantastic work capturing the childlike innocence of "baby" Marvel characters will long be remembered for their humor and joy. The best Skottie Young covers typically capture a sense of wit and a loving admiration for the subject matter. From Baby Hulk having a terrible time playing calmly with building blocks to Captain America being way too busy Avenging to have time to clean his room, the coolest Skottie Young covers are almost guaranteed to make you smile.
Below you'll find the most enjoyable Skottie Young Marvel comics interpretations, primarily produced from Marvel NOW! through the Civil War 2 era of Marvel. If you're a comics collector looking for some of the best variants Marvel has released in recent years, you'll find several of Young's best examples here.