For inexplicable reasons, the American editions of Robin Hobb's Tawny Man Trilogy have been given some new covers which are quite remarkably terrible.
Fool's Errand: 17th Century gentleman out for a stroll after a hard day oppressing the peasantry.
Golden Fool: Benedict Cumberbatch playing a dapper version of the Witcher.
Fool's Fate: Art director trudges into Swiss mountains in search of John Howe to beg for his return.
This is a series of books that was once (in the UK) graced by cover art from the monumental John Howe. Even the original American covers were better than this. Urgh.
They also revealed a preview of the next reprint cover they are planning for the series:
(thanks to my friend Carol for that idea)