This Week in Panels: Week 58

October 31st, 2010 by | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

First off, Halloween happened. That led to this.

Thankfully, I didn’t come across anyone dressed as Lawrence Taylor or Major Payne.

Now to panels. This week I’m joined by Space Jawa. There are other kinds of Jawas?

Action Comics #894
Paul Cornell, Pete Woods, Nick Spencer and RB Silva

Avengers #6
Brian Michael Bendis and John Romita Jr.

Avengers & The Infinity Gauntlet #3
Brian Clevinger, Lee Black and Brian Churilla

Captain America #611
Ed Brubaker, Daniel Acuna, Sean McKeever and Filipe Andrade

Deadpool Team-Up #888
Cullen Bunn and Tom Fowler

Incredible Hulks #615
Greg Pak, Barry Kitson, Ben McCool and Tom Raney

Justice League: Generation Lost #12
Judd Winick and Fernando Dagnino

Secret Avengers #6
Ed Brubaker and Mike Deodato

Secret Warriors #21
Jonathan Hickman, Mirko Colak and Alessandro Vitti

Spider-Man/Fantastic Four #4
Christos Gage and Mario Alberti

Star Wars: Blood Ties: A Tale of Jango and Boba Fett #3
Tom Taylor and Chris Scalf

Thunderbolts #149
Jeff Parker and Declan Shalvey

Time Masters: Vanishing Point #4
Dan Jurgens

Ultimate Avengers 3 #3
Mark Millar and Steve Dillon

Ultimate Mystery #4
Brian Michael Bendis and Rafa Sandoval

Ultimate Spider-Man #15
Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli

Deadpool #888 is so rad that I might have to do some kind of annotations post on it or something in the near future.

As shown above, Hal Jordan is a jerk.

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9 comments to “This Week in Panels: Week 58”

  1. Number of times possesed by Giant Yellow Space Bug God Things for Booster Gold: 0

    Number of times a Giant Yellow Space Bug God Thing had to be retconned into Booster Gold’s origins to make up for mass murder: 0

    Number of times knocked out ceiling tiles for Hal Jordan: Eleventy Billion

    Number of times Booster Gold lost his super gizmos to a duck: 0

  2. @LurkerWithout:

    Ok you had me up until that ‘duck’ bit.


  3. ninjas attacking Juggernaut impotently makes me laugh

  4. @Capo Del Bandito: If Duck Dodgers cross-over cartoons aren’t canon then nothing deserves to be…

  5. @Nathan: Impotently? Dude is hitting Juggs IN HIS EYE!!

  6. Speaking of Spidey / FF #4, Gavok, you’re the Venom expert. Have you covered the “Venom Bomb” in one of your articles?

  7. Nah. Venom wasn’t involved in any way. They only called it “Venom Bomb” for marketing purposes.

  8. FIST.

  9. Yes, but now, retroactively, Venom was involved in “Venom Bomb.” Since it was the sample of the original symbiote that Kristoff (Kristoff!) stole that created the bomb in the first place…

    Okay, it’s a stretch.

    I thought Avengers concluded fairly strong, but it still didn’t need to be 6 issues. I thought the decompression era was over. Hey, who was that old lady in the future? I don’t think she was named all issue, and I couldn’t remember from the previous ones.

    Secret Warriors. So awesome. Even though the art was a bit wonky. “I give up.”

    Secret Avengers. Can’t really get excited about ninjas. (Flammable ninja zombies, on the other hand… see Thunderbolts.) Still, pretty good, even though Deodato isn’t the best at drawing martial arts action. Or maybe I was just spoiled by David Aja.

    Thunderbolts. Crossbones, what a dick, huh?

    By the way Gavok, I used to be a music manager at a Barnes & Noble. The background of your picture is giving me ‘Nam-style flashbacks. (Is that the Red and Blue Beatles albums I see on top? And… maybe American Idiot?)