It’s been a while, but here’s another bunch of memorable segments from comics past and present altered in the name of comedy and, sometimes, spite. To start, here’s something form the end of What If: Annihilation.
Next up, the Sinestro Corps War ends in a way that legitimately made me kind of sad. What kind of monster am I?
Speaking of Green Lantern, Jeph Loeb’s Hulk sucks. Wait, those two have nothing in common. Or… do they?
This is how Identity Crisis should have ended. I defy anyone to disagree.
Boulder from Initiative speaks for all of us. Okay, maybe just like four of us. But one of them is me, so fuck it.
This next is based on the last issue of Whedon’s Astonishing X-Men run. If you haven’t read it, it’s not my fault you’re lame.
I would say that Joker’s Asylum: Penguin was shockingly quality, but it’s not much of a shocker when Jason Aaron’s involved. Anyway, that’s where this bit is from.
Tony Stark knows that if you’re not going to be part of the greatest, you got to be the greatest yourself. Taken from here.
From New Avengers, Hood really just says what we were all thinking.
Darth Vader fought Darth Maul?! It happened. Personally, I would rather it have been a slam dunk competition than straight out lightsaber dueling.
In the pages of Brave and the Bold, Wally West almost had to choose between which of his children would die. Hey, it could be worse.
The next couple are comic book reproductions of classic Achewood strips. First one is this redone via Transmetropolitan.
After that, ManiacClown got into it by using Killing Joke on this strip.
Then one more from me. This strip done via Infinite Crisis.
Last one is one of my personal favorites. Again, from Astonishing X-Men.
That’s all for today. Just so you know, the final issue of Ultimates 3 comes out this Wednesday. Hint, hint.