This Week in Panels: Week 115

December 4th, 2011 by | Tags: ,

Once upon a time, there were three little comic readers who went to the police academy. And they were each assigned very hazardous duties. But I took them all away from all that and now they work for me. My name is Gavin.

Borderline microscopic week this time around, what with DC taking a siesta due to there being five Wednesdays for the month. I’m joined by the usual crew of David, Was Taters and Space Jawa.

Before I forget, I’d just like to congratulate David on being quoted (as “4thletter”) on the back cover of BPRD: Plague of Frogs Volume 2. Not only that, but he got higher billing than IGN and the other cherry-picked reviewers. Good going, man!

He did get quoted for the first volume too, but that was as “Comics Alliance” so I don’t give a flying fuck. :colbert:

Daredevil #6
Mark Waid and Marcos Martin

Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz #3
Eric Shanower and Skottie Young

FF #12
Jonathan Hickman and Juan Bobillo

Flash Gordon #1
Eric Trautmann, Alex Ross and Daniel Indro

Haunt #19
Joe Casey and Nathan Fox

Herc #10
Greg Pak, Fred Van Lente and David Hahn

Spaceman #2
Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso

Star Wars: Crimson Empire III #2
Mike Richardson, Randy Stradley, and Paul Gulacy

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #4
Kevin Eastman, Tom Waltz, and Dan Duncan

Thunderbolts #166
Jeff Parker and Declan Shalvey

Tiny Titans #46
Art Baltazar and Franco

Ultimates #4
Jonathan Hickman and Esad Ribic

*sigh* I’m going to miss Herc. I hope you’re happy, never-ending event tie-ins, because I’m not.

Since it’s relevant to one of the panels this week, have this.

Everything should be back to normal next week. Meanwhile, check out the Muppets if you haven’t already. It’s absolutely fantastic.

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8 comments to “This Week in Panels: Week 115”

  1. Man, that Flash Gordon was surprisingly badass.

  2. I saw “The Muppets” yesterday. Overall, it was a great movie. However, it left me with some Fridge Horror.

    Walter and Gary are brothers, and I do not remember the movie once mentioning adoption. This leads to one of three disturbing implications:
    – Their mother is a human that gave birth to a muppet.
    – Their mother is a muppet that gave birth to a human.
    – Their mother is a human/muppet hybrid.

    This, in turn, has some alarming implications for when Gary and Mary have children. “Congratulations! It’s a singing piece of watermelon!”

  3. @W4: Considering an earlier movie showed that Kermit and Fozzy have the same dad, I think you’re overthinking it.

  4. I don’t know if that’s Fridge horror or Fridge Humor.

  5. @Gavok: Why, oh why, did you have to remind me of that? And why, oh why, did I Google it and find http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Kermit_and_Fozzie%27s_Dad to confirm it?

    Family trees in the Muppetverse make my head hurt.

  6. All Muppets have the same father. His last name is Henson.

  7. DrewT has just WON this comments section.

  8. Centurius being all Henry Higgins with Troll was awesome.