This Week in Panels: Week 28

April 4th, 2010 by | Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Quick one today due to a short week. Of course, I’ve already covered Prelude to Deadpool Corps #5 in this post, but I added it in anyway. I’ve been hearing that I should be getting my ass in gear and catching up with Hickman’s Fantastic Four, so hopefully I will have done that by his next issue.

Hey, want to see something great? Pretend the second panel is the answer to the first panel.

Amazing Spider-Man #627
Roger Stern and Lee Weeks

The A-Team: War Stories: BA
Chuck Dixon, Erik Burnham and Casey Maloney

Blackest Night #8
Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis

Dark Wolverine #84
Daniel Way, Marjorie Liu and Giuseppe Camuncoli

The Green Hornet #2
Kevin Smith, Phil Hester and Jonathan Lau

Incorruptible #4
Mark Waid and Jean Diaz

Prelude to Deadpool Corps #5
Victor Gischler and Kyle Baker

Punisher #15
Rick Remender and Roland Boschi

Yes, I’m still reading the A-Team comics. I figure after I finish this Wrestlemania Countdown: Day Twelve post (should be up in a few hours), do a review of the Iron Man 2 novelization and finally get around to doing another We Care a Lot update, I might do a quick series on all the different Mr. T comics that showed up over the years.

And you know what my main problem is with Blackest Night? Not the Hal/Barry jerkoff stuff from Johns or the Star Sapphire costumes. I’m annoyed that by the end of the story, Maxima isn’t back and alive. Hell, I don’t think she’s even appeared at all in the entire event. For shame, DC.

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5 comments to “This Week in Panels: Week 28”

  1. “Hey, want to see something great? Pretend the second panel is the answer to the first panel.”

    You’re right. Once it actually clicked for me (and I’m sad to say it took a few moments to figure it out), it makes for a great bit of humor 🙂

  2. Of the bunch, I only read Blackest Night #8. I thought having Barry come out and say “dead is dead” was a bit much, and makes me believe it even less for some reason. As long as there’s a white lantern out there, can’t whoever has it bring back whoever they feel like whenever they want? My biggest question is who will they off first in an attempt to prove they mean business now, you know it won’t be long.

    Boston pissed at being alive again was sort of funny, and everyone noticing Ralph and Sue weren’t brought back was touching. I think they should use them to replace Brand during Brightest Day, some kind of Dead-Couple. Wacky posessed-by-spectral-detectives hijinks ensue! Mid-fight, Superman looks at Luthor and says “Hey bun, my nose is twitching!”

  3. Oh Kyle, you make me sad.

  4. I didn’t even know that Maxima was dead. Sorry to hear that.

  5. It’s hard to believe that Marvel spent real money on the art in Deadpool Corps #5. It looks like in-game screenshots from a first generation Gamecube title. Plus lens flares.