Big Brother 17 comic book covers for houseguests
After Big Brother immortalized the season 16 contestants in comic book form, it was only fair to do so for the latest group of houseguests. And EW has your exclusive first look at the new batch of covers.
Here, now, are the six evicted houseguests’ comic book covers, which — in addition to covers for the still-in-contention houseguests — will play a role in this week’s competition. The covers, as they were last year, have been specifically made for Big Brother, and these first six come from artists Michael Borowski, Henry Hsing-Kuei Liao, Stephen Schaffer, Andy SMith, and Brad Vancata, whose work has been featured by Marvel, DC Comics, and more.
Check out the first six covers below and tune into Big Brother Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET, Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET, and Sundays at 8 p.m. ET.
Hoping to be shielded from all the confrontation that comes from her frequent lying and attempted manipulation, Audrey has permanently donned a superpowered protective blanket, even if it’s too late for it to help her in the game.
Clay wants to be the Superman of the Big Brother house, and he’s willing to put himself in harm’s way to save anyone… so long as their name is Shelli.
Do you know how poker works? Then you might be Da’Vonne’s new arch nemesis, even though she wants you to think she obviously, definitely has no knowledge of what poker is.
Jace draws his power from the surprisingly long but unsurprisingly dense Bro Code, though he unfortunately can become so consumed memorizing it that he leaves himself open to attack… or eviction.
Jason’s desire for vengeance is strong, and he will not go down without a fight. Unfortunately, he’s already gone down in the Big Brother game, and will have to fight another day outside the show’s walls.
Jeff will… well, Jeff will show up to the fight. That has to count for something, right?
Julie Chen hosts as the houseguests battle it out.