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This Week in Panels: Week 107

October 9th, 2011 by | Tags: , , , , , , ,

blah blah blah panels blah David Brothers, Was Taters blah Space Jawa.

On with the show.

Action Comics #2
Grant Morrison, Rags Morales and Brent Anderson

Animal Man #2
Jeff Lemire and Travel Foreman

Batwing #2
Judd Winick and Ben Oliver

Casanova: Avaritia #2
Matt Fraction and Gabriel Ba

Chew #21
John Layman and Rob Guillory

Deadpool #44
Daniel Way and Carlo Barberi

Detective Comics #2
Tony Salvador Daniel

Hulk #42
Jeff Parker and Patch Zircher

Huntress #1 (Was Taters’ pick)
Paul Levitz and Marcus To

Huntress #1 (Gavin’s pick)
Paul Levitz and Marcus To

Invincible #83
Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley

iZombie #18
Chris Roberson and Jay Stephens

Justice League International #2 (Was Taters’ pick)
Dan Jurgens and Aaron Lopresti

Justice League International #2 (Gavin’s pick)
Dan Jurgens and Aaron Lopresti

Men of War #2
Ivan Brandon, Tom Derenick, Jonathan Vankin and Phil Winslade

Mystic #3
G. Willow Wilson and David Lopez

O.M.A.C. #2
Dan DiDio and Keith Giffen

Penguin: Pain and Prejudice #1
Gregg Hurwitz and Szymon Kudranski

The Rinse #2
Gary Phillips and Marc Laming

Severed #3
Scott Snyder, Scott Tuft and Attila Futaki

Static Shock #2 (David’s pick)
Scott McDaniel and John Rozum

Static Shock #2 (Gavin’s pick)
Scott McDaniel and John Rozum

Static Shock #2 (Was Taters’ pick)
Scott McDaniel and John Rozum

Stormwatch #2
Paul Cornell, Miguel Sepulveda and Al Barrionuevo

Swamp Thing #2
Scott Snyder and Yanick Paquette

Thunderbolts #164
Jeff Parker and Kev Walker

I love that the current storyline in Thunderbolts is that the half of the current roster who are actual villains are now in a scenario where they have to once again lie and pretend to be heroes. It’s like coming home.

The latest arc of Invincible makes me sad for taking apart one of my favorite romantic pairings in comics. Oh, well. Robot’s descent was destined to happen sometime, I guess.

I don’t have much else to add this week other than the stuff I’ll cover in tomorrow’s Brave New World; Bold New Direction. So instead, here’s something to file under “Goddamn it, internet. Really?”


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7 comments to “This Week in Panels: Week 107”

  1. Wow. I dropped Deadpool last month, but that panel was obviously coming, as is the ‘Evil Deadpool’ coming up arc and how it gets there. Haha!


  2. That Penguin miniseries is looking to be one of the better books DC has.


  3. I hate to admit it, but Deadpool #44 was a great issue of the series. the problem is, the point Way was trying to make could have- SHOULD HAVE- happened 20, maybe even 30 issues ago.


  4. Also, the Huntress and The Rinse are great books y’all should be reading. You know who ELSE didn’t read those books? HITLER!


  5. I hate to be that guy, but that kick Huntress is doing bugs the hell out of me. She’d have to be super flexible to even get her leg up there, her knee is twisted at an odd angle, and I can’t really imagine being able to get any force out of a strike that requires that kind of contortion. I know comics =/= real life, but it’d be so much easier to just break one of his kneecaps in that situation.


  6. I’m glad you brought this up, Gaijin D:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwVqW6J4FRc – 27 seconds
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSMjAZvUGFM – 2:20 (horrible tunes sorry)


  7. You know, I’ve seen both of those movies, too. Obviously, this isn’t impossible (though Huntress still has her leg twisted oddly), but I still think you’d lose a lot of power doing it. Of course, kicking someone in the head in any manner generally isn’t the most efficient thing you can do in a real world situation, anyhow. Even in something like UFC, where they’re regularly used, they’re usually preceded by softening up an opponent with punches and leg kicks.

    Sorry. I guess this is a case of studying real martial arts making it harder for me to enjoy fake martial arts.