Marvel is back at it again. A little over two weeks after unveiling another set of their highly sought after hip hop variant covers, the comic book company has unveiled a brand new batch.

Marvel has spent the last year and more paying homage to some of the biggest names in rap with a variety of covers designed to mimic in some way both classic albums and newer releases. For this latest run, the comic book company has busted out another set of five covers recreated some newer projects like Nas' 2012 album Life is Good, Dr. Dre's 2015 release Compton, and the 2013 Prodigy and Alchemist collaboration Albert Einstein. That's to go along with two classics from EPMD Back in Business and Missy Elliott's Under Construction.

Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso revealed each new cover along with the artist's name on Twitter. 

Check out @sinKEVitch's cover for VENOM #1.

— axel alonso (@axelalonsomarv) October 15, 2016

Check out @Ariotstorm & @rachellecheri's variant for BLACK PANTHER: WORLD OF WAKANDA #1.

— axel alonso (@axelalonsomarv) October 15, 2016

Check out @SamSpratt's NaSty variant for SPIDER-MAN: RENEW YOUR VOWS #1.

— axel alonso (@axelalonsomarv) October 15, 2016

Check out @Adi_Granov's variant for INVINCIBLE IRON MAN #2

— axel alonso (@axelalonsomarv) October 15, 2016

"EPMD, Its a world premiere."

David Williams & Carlos Cabrera's Hip-Hop variant for IRON FISTS #1. @PMDofEPMD

— axel alonso (@axelalonsomarv) October 10, 2016

In September, Marvel unveiled a set of five covers that mimicked Logic's The Incredible True Story, Tech N9ne's Sickology 101, Pusha T's King Push—Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude, Cypress Hill's Cypress Hill IV, and De La Soul's seminal release, De La Soul is Dead.

What is your favorite cover from the new series and which album would you like to see get the Marvel treatment next?