Hopefully this isn't the final version however, as a best-of-reprint-edition is exactly what Doug Drexler said this would not be when he announced the change of publishers.
Now, frankly, when you’re making a transition like that it’s really important how you look when you come out the other side. You can’t look like a retread. So I talked to my buddies who work on the calendar and I said, “Look, they want to do a rerun thing. Personally, I’m not going to do that; I’m going to create new art for the rerun price, and you guys are free to do that as well if you want. I hope you will.” And everyone just jumped in. We actually got the calendar together in about three weeks. I think it’s one of the best-looking calendars yet. So, sometimes extra-cool stuff comes out of adversity. I’m real excited about it.UPDATE: At the very least, Mark Rademaker has confirmed, on twitter, that he contributed a new image.
UPDATE 2: The calendar's editor has confirmed with me that these are not the final versions.
Here's the TOS one, which obviously always contains familiar images: