This Week and That Week in Panels: Weeks 25 and 26

March 21st, 2010 by | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

For those who haven’t noticed or forgot, a nasty storm caused me to lose my cable connection last week and rather than wait a day to post TWiP, I made the dumbass decision to add it onto the next week. Apparently I was too busy to notice that this week was a huge one regardless, making this a gigantic update. Welp, let’s get moving.

The A-Team: Shotgun Wedding #1
Joe Carnahan, Tom Waltz, Stephen Mooney

Amazing Spider-Man #624
Mark Waid, Tom Peyer, Paul Azaceta and Javier Rodriguez

Amazing Spider-Man #625
Joe Kelly and Max Fiumara

Authority: The Lost Year #7
Grant Morrison, Keith Giffen, Brian Stelfreeze and Joel Gomez

Avengers vs. Atlas #3
Jeff Parker, Gabriel Hardman, Paul Cornell and Leonard Kirk

Azrael #6
Fabian Nicieza and Ramon Bachs

Batman and Robin #10
Grant Morrison and Andy Clarke

Booster Gold #30
Dan Jurgens, Jerry Ordway

B.P.R.D. King of Fear #3
Mike Mignola, John Arcudi and Guy Davis

Criminal: The Sinners #5
Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips

Dark Avengers #15
Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato

Deadpool: Merc With a Mouth #9
Victor Gischler and Bong Dazo

Doom Patrol #8
Keith Giffen, Matthew Clark and Ron Randall

Doomwar #2
Jonathan Maberry and Scot Eaton

Green Lantern Corps #46
Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason

Guardians of the Galaxy 24
Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and Wes Craig

Hercules: Fall of an Avenger #1
Greg Pak, Fred Van Lente, Ariel Olivetti, Paul Tobin and Reilly Brown

Hulk #21
Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness

Irredeemable #12
Mark Waid, Peter Krause and Diego Barreto

Joe the Barbarian #3
Grant Morrison and Sean Murphy

Magog #7
Keith Giffen and Howard Porter

Marvel Boy: The Uranian #3
Jeff Parker and Felix Ruiz

Nation X #4
Peter Milligan, Michael Allred and many others

Nova #35
Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and Mahmud A. Asrar

Prelude to Deadpool Corps #2
Victor Gischler and Whilce Portacio

Prelude to Deadpool Corps #3
Victor Gischler and Philip Bond

Punisher MAX #5
Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon

Secret Six #19
Gail Simone and J. Calafiore

Siege #3
Brian Michael Bendis and Olivier Coipel

Siege: Embedded #3
Brian Reed and Chris Samnee

Spider-Man & The Secret Wars #4
Paul Tobin, Patrick Scherberger and Clayton Henry

S.W.O.R.D. #5
Kieron Gillen and Steven Sanders

Web of Spider-Man #6
Fred Van Lente, Jefte Palo, Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz, Zeb Wells and Xurxo Penalta

WWE Heroes #1
Keith Champagne and Andy Smith

Yes, WWE Heroes. Shut up. You know I have to review that series once it has enough issues in the can. To its credit, it does have a comic book depiction of Zach Ryder in it, so it can’t be ALL bad*.

In that panel from Siege: Embedded, we have Venom about to devour a stand-in of Glenn Beck. And you guys question why I love Venom so much.

*Woo woo woo, you know it!

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10 comments to “This Week and That Week in Panels: Weeks 25 and 26”

  1. Yeah, but… it doesn’t look like Zack Ryder really…

  2. Absolute PERFECT choice for Spiderman 625.

    I thought that Doop died at the end of X-Force, but clearly he got better.

  3. If only Venom could do that in real life.

    So I see that something is finally actually acknowledging Morrison’s Doom Patrol. But is it any good?

  4. @Schide: So far it is… schizophrenic. I really want to like this book but it’s really uneven. They had an interesting take on the Blackest Night tie-in one issue, dropped it for the next few (and spent part of it going continuity-insane), and then we just jumped up to “Well that sure was a thing, thank god we won!” without ever explaining why the hell this cop-out didn’t end up the issue AFTER said BN cliffhanger.

  5. This week’s Secret Six is the answer to “Why do some of the world’s best killers hang out with a contortionist?”

  6. Didn’t realise that Nation X was a Milligan/Allred collaboration. Has it been good or great?

  7. @Schide: Syrg is pretty much right. It has its moments (Cliff describing BN as “and a bad time was had by all”), but sometimes it seems like it’s just on autopilot. “Uneven” is a good word for it. And the Danny the Brick stuff has promise.

    @Clemfold: Milligan/Allred only did one story in the last issue. I assumed that the rest of the series, like every other X-anthology before it, was perfectly ignorable. So I ignored it. The Doop story was fun/weird though.

  8. Oy . . . you had to show the fridge. Even worse, it wound out getting the Black Lantern symbol on it. I just wish Kyle had a better way to achieve catharsis, you know?

  9. Okay, in order:

    ASM: Yes, and double yes. This book has been great as of late.

    Wait, back up. Who, in this day and age, is putting out an A-Team book?

    Dark Avengers: I really want Bullseye to get his comeuppance. I really like what Ellis did to him in Tbolts; he’s scary to normal people, but he’s nothing to a super.

    Deadpool MWAM: Of all the ‘Pool books out currently, I’m enjoying this the most. It’s not deep, but it’s got action, and it makes me laugh.

    So you decided to get Prelude to DP Corps after all? I didn’t realize it was weekly. Which means I’ve missed issues 2 & 3. Hmm… they should’ve been in my pull box. Gotta check about that.

    Siege: I admit, I’m enjoying this. The fast pace helps.

    Embedded: I was wondering if you’d comment on Venom’s use here… Biting the heads off of his own soldiers? I don’t know about that.

    Web of Spidey has been hit-or-miss for me, but I loved that Lizard story.

    Some of these I have, but haven’t read yet.

  10. @clay: There’s an A-Team comic to go with the upcoming movie.

    With Prelude to Deadpool Corps, I just didn’t want to buy the Liefeld issue. Because it’s a Liefeld issue.