Underneath the dust jacket is this beautiful cover, with gold embossed black cloth spine. I can't decide which one I like better.
Just in case you like neither (doubtful) there's a third cover, drawn by Charles Burns, a couple of pages into the book.
Even the table of contents is extra stylish, giving a little nod to the advertisements in comics of yore. Speaking of contents, this issue features short pieces from such comic artists as R. Crumb, Daniel Clowes, Julie Doucet, Chester Brown, Gary Panter, Kaz, and so on, plus essays from Chip Kidd and John Updike, and appreciations of Philip Guston, George Herriman, and Charles M. Schulz. It's a pretty good volume of stuff.