This Week in Panels: Week 2

October 4th, 2009 by | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Back for another week of panels that give you a vague essence of the comics we have read this week without any real context. Let the non-reviews begin!

Amazing Spider-Man #607
Joe Kelly, Mike McKone and Adriana Melo

The Boys: Herogasm #5
Garth Ennis, John McCrea and Keith Burns

Dark Reign: The Sinister Spider-Man #4
Brian Reed, Chris Bachalo and Rob DiSalvo

Green Lantern #46
Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke

Marvel Zombies Return #5
Fred Van Lente and Wellinton Alves

Punisher Annual #1
Rick Remender and Jason Pearson

Runaways #14
Kathryn Immonen and Sara Pichelli

Secret Warriors #8
Jonathan Hickman and Alessandro Vitti

Shang-Chi Master of Kung Fu
Jonathan Hickman and Kody Chamberlin (plus a bunch of other guys)

Spider-Man: The Clone Saga #1
Tom DeFalco, Howard Mackie and Todd Nauck

Thunderbolts #136
Andy Diggle, Pop Mhan and Carlos Rodriguez

Unknown Soldier #12
Joshua Dysart and Alberto Ponticelli

Wonder Woman #36
Gail Simone and Aaron Lopresti

By the way, hermanos was the one reading Herogasm. No thanks on my side!

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6 comments to “This Week in Panels: Week 2”

  1. better selection of panels this week imho

    also dog in eye made me spit my juice, bastard

  2. Sinister Spider-man was quite funny. The end panel was worth the series.

  3. also Sinestro rah rah rah

  4. I wasn’t sure what to make of Runaways 14: was it the writer telling the readers who’d stuck with the book to go fuck themselves, or was it Marvel? Very disappointing.

    The Herogasm panel is also slightly misleading, because right after that Ennis does exactly what that character is berating. Much as he did in the previous issues. And The Boys.

  5. Perfect choice of panel for Shang-Chi. Terrific!

  6. Can I just say that Secret Warriors is completely awesome, and that panel (bad-ass though it may be) is merely like, Exhibit R as to why.

    Also, I’m really enjoying Diggle’s’ Thunderbolts, and am sorry to see him go. (Although Jeff Parker is great, so I can’t complain too much.) Any word on the story behind his departure?

    “Dog in the eye” made me laugh more than anything else in recent memory.