Hey, don't blame me, my Robin Hood cover doesn't come along until issue 4! ;p Nah. It just depends on which stories are ready to be assigned artists and who is available who has been approved by Disney. I would have leapt on the chance to draw Robin Hood as I know Tim Beedle and have worked with him before, but Armand got in first and I was working on something else at the time. The artists on each Boom! title (Incredibles, Nemo, Muppets etc) have 'auditioned' and been approved by the appropriate Disney liasons. Disney approved me as a Muppet artist and Pan was the next cab off the ranks, so I was assigned to that. As for covers, they get assigned to whomever is available in the stable of artists when they need it, although usually the interior artist does at LEAST half the covers for their title. Some artists, like David Petersen and Cheeks Gallagher, are just doing covers but no interior art. I work fast, so I do a lot of covers as well as interior art on my own two comics.