This Week in Panels: Week 212

October 14th, 2013 by | Tags:

Hoo boy. Latest edition of ThWiP yet, not counting power outages. After a lengthy weekend with the Comic Con, it all caught up to me at once and I completely and utterly crashed. On one hand, it sucks to miss my self-created deadline. On the other hand, that was the best sleep ever.

More on NYCC in the next couple days, including THE PICTURE DAVID BROTHERS DOESN’T WANT YOU TO SEE!

Small week for me. Gaijin Dan ends up supplying more panels than me and Space Jawa combined. Despite the lack of quantity, there was a lot of quality. Infinity, Deadpool and Afterlife with Archie were all fantastic, the latter shockingly so. The current arc of Deadpool has the potential to be one of the all-time best stories for the character and the last few pages of #18 are haunting as hell.

Afterlife with Archie #1
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa

Batman #24
Scott Snyder, James Tynion, Greg Capullo and Rafael Albuquerque

Batman: L’il Gotham #7
Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs

Batman ’66 #15
Jeff Parker and Colleen Coover

Bleach #551
Tite Kubo

Blue Exorcist #50
Kazue Kato

Captain America #12
Rick Remender and Carlos Pacheco

Deadpool #18
Brian Posehn, Gerry Duggan and Declan Shalvey

Dragon Ball Z #34
Akira Toriyama

Infinity #4
Jonathan Hickman, Jerome Opena and Dustin Weaver

Naruto #649
Masashi Kishimoto

One Piece #723
Eiichiro Oda

One-Punch Man #28
ONE and Yusuke Murata

Seraph of the End #1
Takaya Kagami, Yamato Yamamoto and Daisuke Furuya

Toriko #252
Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro

World Trigger #33
Daisuke Ashihara

Boy, do I love Super-Skrull’s fistpump.

As part of the con, I’m going to have to post my latest sketchbook series soon. Which is a good enough reason to post this.

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3 comments to “This Week in Panels: Week 212”

  1. Wait is that Skrull Warlord THE super-skrull? I don’t remember them saying that… awesome though.

  2. Man, Seraph of the End… I went into that expecting something awful, but what a weirdly nice surprise. It getting the rapid release schedule should lessen the hurt from One-Punch Man going bimonthly. A bit. A little.

  3. @TobyS: I don’t know if they’ve ever called him “Super-Skrull”, but they have called him Kl’rt.