This Week in Panels: Week 71

January 30th, 2011 by | Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

Back from watching the biggest, sexiest Royal Rumble, it’s now time for me to post a bunch of panels before passing out. Lots and lots of help from David, Was Taters, Space Jawa and VersasoVantare. Let’s get to it!

Action Comics #897
Paul Cornell and Pete Woods

Avengers #9
Brian Michael Bendis and John Romita Jr.

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

Captain America #614
Ed Brubaker, Butch Guice, Sean McKeever and Filipe Andrade

Chaos War #5
Greg Pak, Fred Van Lente and Khoi Pham

Deadpool #32
Daniel Way and Sheldon Vella

Detective Comics #873
Scott Snyder and Jock

Fantastic Four #587
Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting

Incorruptible #14
Mark Waid and Marcio Takara

Incredible Hulks #621
Greg Pak, Paul Pelletier, Josh Williamson and Sana Takeda

Infestation #1
Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and David Messina

Justice League: Generation Lost #18
Judd Winick and Joe Bennett

Namor: The First Mutant #6
Stuart Moore and Ariel Olivetti

New Avengers #8
Brian Michael Bendis and Daniel Acuna

New Mutants #21
Zeb Wells and Leonard Kirk

Punisher: In The Blood #3
Rick Remender and Mick Bertilorenzi

Secret Avengers #9
Ed Brubaker, Mike Deodato and Will Conrad

Star Wars: Darth Vader and the Lost Command #1
Haden Blackman and Rick Leonardi

Thunderbolts #152
Jeff Parker and Kev Walker

2000AD Prog 1718 (Judge Dredd)
Al Ewing and John Higgins

2000AD Prog 1718 (Kingdom)
Dan Abnett and Richard Elson

2000AD Prog 1718 (Shakara)
Robbie Morrison and Henry Flint

Ultimate Avengers 3 #6
Mark Millar and Steve Dillon

Ultimate Doom #2
Brian Michael Bendis and Rafa Sandoval

Ultimate Spider-Man #152
Brian Michael Bendis, Sara Pichelli and David Lafuente

Uncanny X-Force #4
Rick Remender and Jerome Opena

Wonder Woman #606
J. Michael Straczynski, Phil Hester and Eduardo Pansica

Great week for comics. Thanks to the contributors. I’m too tired to talk about anything else, so here’s a live action adaptation of Axe Cop to keep your attention.

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12 comments to “This Week in Panels: Week 71”

  1. Is that Nick Fury in the pink energy bubble in the Avengers panel?

    (Boy I stayed up way too late tonight.)

  2. I’m pretty sure it’s Dr. Strange

  3. Joker’s My Little Pony panel was the highlight of all comics for me last week.

  4. I still don’t think Remender “gets” 616 Punisher. Or he wouldn’t be using these plots with Frank. Reviving his family? Maria messing around with Jigsaw? I am so not onboard…


  5. @UrbanGuy: He “gets” that it’s Punisher and he’s in 616. Frank can’t control what kind of world he lives in or the plot points you’ve described. It’s how he responds that’s important to the character.

  6. It’s hard to tell out of context: are any of these things we should actually be reading? I’m always eager to give superhero monthlies another chance and lately I haven’t been buying any but Batman Inc. and BPRD/Hellboy.

  7. @Edison Marbury: Yeah, I can’t really tell if most of these are that good, usually one panel out of context makes them seem better than they really are.

    Out of these though, I recommend Detective Comics.

  8. @Gavok: Bottom line, I don’t like the direction he’s taken Frank in. That’s why I’ve stopped reading.

  9. To clarify, Gavok, I mean: are there any of these that we should be reading off the rack? For instance, I’m likely going to buy anything Hickman or Wells write, barring incompetent art, but only after it’s collected unless someone says otherwise.

  10. @Edison Marbury: You’re over-thinking it. If the panel strikes your fancy and seems interesting, check it out. If not, don’t.

  11. @UrbanGuy: Then it’s good for you that there are two Punisher books to choose from.

    @Edison Marbury: Thunderbolts. Also, what Mr. Brothers said.

  12. I’m totally curious why Spider-Woman has her mouth covered and nobody else does. Okay, it looks like Mockingbird does too. Whatever?!