This Week in Panels: Week 66

December 26th, 2010 by | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Welcome back to another week of panels. Again, I’m joined by my usual panel of panel panelists in David Brothers, Was Taters and Space Jawa. Pretty full week this time around so let’s get to it.

Azrael #15
David Hine and Cliff Richards

Batman, Inc. #2
Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquette

Batman Annual #28
David Hine, Agustin Padilla and many others

Chaos War: Dead Avengers #2
Fred Van Lente and Tom Grummett

DCU Legacies #8
Len Wein, Scott Kolins, Dan Jurgens and Frank Quitely

Deadpool #30
Daniel Way and Bong Dazo

Deadpool: Pulp #4
Adam Glass, Mike Benson and Laurence Campbell

Green Lantern Corps #55
Tony Bedard and Tyler Kirkham

Green Lantern: Larfleeze Christmas Special
Geoff Johns, Brett Booth, Art Baltazara and Franco

Hellblazer #274
Peter Milligan, Giuseppe Camuncoli and Simon Bisley

Incorruptible #13
Mark Waid and Marcio Takara

Incredible Hulks #619
Greg Pak and Paul Pelletier

Invincible #76
Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley

Justice League: Generation Lost #16
Judd Winick and Fernando Dagnino

Namor: The First Mutant #5
Stuart Moore, Ariel Olivetti and Brian Ching

Power Girl #19
Judd Winick and Sami Basri

Punisher: In The Blood #2
Rick Remender and Roland Boschi

Secret Avengers #8
Ed Brubaker and Mike Deodato

Superman/Batman #79
Chris Roberson and Jesus Merino

Ultimate Doom #1
Brian Michael Bendis and Rafa Sandoval

Ultimate Spider-Man #151
Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli

What If: Dark Reign
Jason Henderson and Sana Takeda

What If the Venom Symbiote Posssessed Deadpool Part 4 (Backup)
Rick Remender and Shawn Moll

Wonder Woman #605
J. Michael Straczynski, Phil Hester, Don Kramer, Eduardo Pansica and Daniel HDR

I feel bad about Deadpool. Not that it’s bad. It’s just that the entire issue is one joke over and over again and I feel bad for smiling at it every time. Draculas. Speaking of Deadpool, in that What If panel, there’s that weird smoking thing on his forehead. For the rest of the story, he has a big red dot on that spot. Anyone know what the hell that’s supposed to be?

Azrael is finally being cancelled. I’m surprised it lasted so long, but I still mourn for Hine’s crazy-ass run on the character. He’s the last descendant of Jesus Christ, you know. …yeah.

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8 comments to “This Week in Panels: Week 66”

  1. Generation Lost: After their last, unfunny series, I could not imagine enjoying another. This one’s got me hooked, though.

    Invincible: the pace is painful, but I remain interested – enthusiastic, even. It helped that it was released on iOS on the same day. (We’ve gotta come up with something better than “day and date.”)

    Hellblazer: that panel makes me wanna give this one a shot. I’m as curious as he female character and the artist has been growing on me since Daken.

  2. About Deadpool: The last arc broke one of the most hardcore Way fans I know. And the sales drop by 10% makes me wonder if the Editors will finally notice that Way is just putzing about.

    For the record, most of Kirkman’s stuff reads a fuckton better (depending on your POV) in TPB/Hardcover format. I remember back during the huge prison arc of The Walking Dead folk at my LCS were saying he had lost his touch and that it was dragging on, etc etc, but then BAMN! Jesus christ it ended on an unholy note. Invincible does the same thing: I hated the re-introduction of his father waaay back when they found that bug planet. And I hated the buildup to the Invincible War. But now when I re-read’em all in TPB format it syncs together smoothly.

    But fuckall if the man doesn’t LOVE his cliffhangers. I curse you Kirkman. CURSE YOUR SOUL!

    We do need more Remender though. On everything. Didn’t “The Boys” come out last week too? Or am I hallucinating again?

  3. I’m going to guess that the thing on Wade’s head in the What If panel is either the Bloodstone or an Infinity Gem…

  4. Wait, did Wonder Woman somehow end up with Sailor Moon’s cat?

  5. Damn, what did Frank Quitely do to poor Orion’s face? Kirby had him look sort of stony and fang-y… in that panel it looks like he has a face made of melting leather.

  6. Also, I like the panel from the Batman Annual, it really highlights how much Bruce is moving away from the paranoid control freak jerk he used to be. Grant Morrison is actually making an impact, who’d have thought!

  7. Ha, when I was reading Inc. #2 I knew either that or LDM interrupting that family’s dinner was going to be the choice.

    Also Azrael :frown:

  8. Seemingly every Way Deadpool plot these days: Wade does something crazy and stupid, but hah, it’s part of a master plan. Repeat.