This Week in Panels: Week 121

January 15th, 2012 by | Tags: , ,

Gotta make this quick. I have a headache, I feel like crap and I have to wake up early. But on a lighter note, I won a free Nook Tablet at work and that absolutely rules.

Helped out this week by Was Taters, Space Jawa and my buddy Jody. All sorts of varied comic book stuff via the lot of us. No overlaps or nothing.

Amazing Spider-Man #677
Mark Waid and Emma Rios

Batman and Robin #5
Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason

Batwoman #5
J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman

Captain America #7
Ed Brubaker and Alan Davis

Carnage USA #2
Zeb Wells and Clayton Crain

Deadpool #49
Daniel Way, Salva Espin and Scott Koblish

Deathstroke #5
Kyle Higgins and Joe Bennett

Demon Knights #5
Paul Cornell and Diogenes Neves

Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E. #5
Jeff Lemire, Dan DiDio and Alberto Ponticelli

Green Lantern #5
Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke

Grifter #5
Nathan Edmondson and Scott Clark

Incredible Hulk #4
Jason Aaron and Whilce Portacio

Invincible #87
Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley

Journey Into Mystery #633
Kieron Gillen and Richard Elson

The Mis-Adventures of Adam West #2
Reed Lackey and V Ken Marion

The Mis-Adventures of Adam West #3
Reed Lackey and V Ken Marion

Punisher MAX #21
Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon

Resurrection Man #5
Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and Fernando Blanco

Scarlet Spider #1
Christopher Yost and Ryan Stegman

Secret Avengers #21
Warren Ellis and Stuart Immonen

Shade #4
James Robinson and Darwyn Cooke

Star Wars: Agent of the Empire: Iron Eclipse #2
John Ostrander and Stephane Roux

Suicide Squad #5
Adam Glass and Federico Dallocchio

Ultimate X-Men #6
Nick Spencer, Paco Medina and Carlo Barberi

Unwritten #33
Mike Carey and Peter Gross

Wolverine and the X-Men #4
Jason Aaron and Nick Bradshaw

The Adam West comic would strangely be sort of decent if it had a more consistant art style. The concept behind it almost works, but not quite. Still, I got to keep at it because it’s too strange to exist. There’s even a panel that shows his portrayal as a 60’s masked superhero, only they made a couple design edits to keep it legal.

DC Comics, meanwhile, helped drop my pull list by three books this week. I understand the cancellations of OMAC and Static Shock, but putting Rob Liefeld on Deathstroke as both writer and artist while giving him two other comics to work on after his current one has sunk like a stone is some serious WCW shit.

…I didn’t make this quick.

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6 comments to “This Week in Panels: Week 121”

  1. I loved the art in Frankenstein #5. Ponticelli lost his goddamn mind with the Frank/OMAC battle. I just wished the fight lasted longer to see what he would do next.

  2. Man never thought to see franken wade and Ice Terminator. Now I kinda want to unsee.

  3. I was going to skip the spider-man part of the daredevil crossover. I might have to reconsider.

  4. Is Scarlet Spider bleaching his hair again? What a dumb disguise. I always thought if they brought back a Spider-Clone he should shave his head, grow a massive beard, and wear Clark Kent glasses. Maybe get some tattoos.

  5. Gav, no truer words were ever said about DC and Liefield… He gets 3 more books and John Rozum isn’t getting squat…

    How does THAT work????? :raise:

  6. Wait, what the hell does Spider-Man need with grips? Webs are sticky.