This Week in Panels: Week 7

November 8th, 2009 by | Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

Time for another installment of TWiP. Or should we call it ThWiP? That makes it a comic pun. Whatever. Reader Solenna had us include a panel of Psylocke #1 to show that according to her, the comic can be summed up with “sphere boobs”.

Batman Confidential #36
Royal McGraw and Marcos Marz

The Boys #36
Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson

The Boys: Herogasm #6
Garth Ennis, John McCrea and Keith Burns

Captain America Reborn #4
Ed Brubaker and Bryan Hitch

Deadpool Team-Up #899
Fred Van Lente and Dalibor Talajic

Deathlock #1
Charlie Huston and Lan Medina

Doctor Voodoo: Avenger of the Supernatural #2
Rick Remender, Jefte Palo and Gabriel Hardman

House of M: Masters of Evil #4
Christos N. Gage and Manuel Garcia

Immortal Weapons #4
Duane Swierczynski, Khari Evans and Hatuey Diaz

Magog #3
Keith Giffen and Howard Porter

The Marvelous Land of Oz #1
Eric Shanower and Skottie Young

Marvel Zombies: Evil Evolution
Karl Kesel, Rob DiSalvo and various others

Mighty #10
Peter J. Tomasi, Keith Champagne and Chris Samnee

Psylocke #1
Chris Yost and Harvey Tolibao

Secret Six #15
John Ostrander and J. Calafiore

Starr the Slayer #3
Daniel Way and Richard Corben

Strange Tales #3
Michael Kupperman and many others

X-Men vs. Agents of Atlas #2
Jeff Parker, Carlo Pagulayan, Gabriel Hardman, Chris Samnee and Carlos Rodriguez

I was going to show some kind of team-up or fighting panel between the X-Men and the Agents of Atlas on that last one, but then the last several pages had to turn into Fetish City, USA.

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10 comments to “This Week in Panels: Week 7”

  1. I think the Batman Confidential panel is the most awesome example of a panel taken out of context.

    Though I imagine it was ridiculous in context as well. What actually happened? Or do I have to just pick it up?

  2. I don’t know. I like the one that compares terrorists to hurricanes or earthquakes.
    “Before man was here, terrorism existed. Terrorists will be here after he leaves. Since the very first massive barrage of fringe-group asteroids and cosmic dust committed a suicide bombardment on Earth’s cooling surface, terrorism has dwelt on this planet. And it will not leave until the dying sun swallows it up.”

  3. I’m liking the current trend of Confidential of having good stories.

    also neat, was starting to think i was the only person on earth reading the Mighty.

    question though, any of you guys reading Doom Patrol? I’d highly recommend reading the Metal men backups at the shop when no one is looking at you, great stuff.

  4. @CasinoGrande: It doesn’t really have much context. Batman followed clues to a graveyard. There was a giant nazi robot octopus there. It sucked down the Batjet, and Batman blew the jet up and the octopus along with it.

    It’s kind of like 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea only with more nazis and less sea.

  5. batman against a nazi robot cephalopod.
    excellent stuff.

  6. So how do you train to fight a giant Nazi robot octopus? The training used to fight a regular giant octopus would be useless against the Nazi robot fighting style.

  7. Well, you see Casino Grande, the Nazi Octapus style is descended from the combat style of the great old ones, so Batman’s anti-cthulhu plan comes into play.

    Of course, normally Batman would use a steamboat, but he’d been caught off guard.

  8. @Esther Inglis-Arkell: This is what good comics should be.

  9. Does this mean they killed off Batroc?

  10. @Bill Reed: The next panel shows him being shot up by soldiers with the narration that “He was the first to go.” But it’s the House of M universe, so it doesn’t matter.