This Week in Panels: Week 265

October 19th, 2014 by | Tags: , ,

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You’d think that with Comic Con behind us, things would be back to normal. Unfortunately, you’d be wrong. Gavok wanted to join us again this week, but his computer tried to launch a rebellion against mankind this week so he had to spend his free time trying to put a stop to that before it turned the world into a post apocalyptic wasteland.

You know, priorities and all.

Even with Gavok busy trying to save the world, I’m still joined by Gaijin Dan, Matlock, and AnarChris, so things are still a lot closer to normal all the same.

I think my own computer may be thinking of joining Gavok’s in rising up against me, so how about I get on to panels so I can take care of that before my own week is eaten up, too.

Avengers X-Men Axis 2 [Matlock]

Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #2

(Rick Remender and Adam Kubert)

Batman and Robin 35 [Matlock]

Batman and Robin #35

(Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason)

Batwoman 35 [Matlock]

Batwoman #35

(Marc Andreyko and Georges Jeanty)

Bleach 600 [Dan]

Bleach #600

(Tite Kubo)

Daredevil 9 [Matlock]

Daredevil #9

(Mark Waid and Chris Samnee)

Deadpool Art of War 1 [Matlock]

Deadpool’s Art of War #1

(Peter David and Scott Koblish)

Edge of Spider-Verse 5 [Matlock]

Edge of Spider-Verse #5 [Matlock’s Pick]

(Gerard Way and Jake Wyatt)

Edge of Spider-Verse 5

Edge of Spider-Verse #5 [Jawa’s Pick]

(Gerard Way and Jake Wyatt)

Eldlive 2 [Dan]

élDLIVE #2

(Akira Amano)

Injustice Year 3 3 [Matlock]

Injustice Year 3 #3

(Tom Taylor and Mike S Miller)

Justice League 35 [Matlock]

Justice League #35

(Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis)

Loki Agent Asgard 7 [Matlock]

Loki: Agent of Asgard #7

(Al Ewing and Jorge Coelho)

Magneto 11 [Matlock]

Magneto #11

(Cullen Bunn and Gabriel Hernandez Walta)

Ms Marvel 9 [Matlock]

Ms. Marvel #9

(G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona)

Naruto 695 [Dan]

Naruto #695

(Masashi Kishimoto)

New Avengers 25 [Matlock]

New Avengers #25

(Jonathan Hickman and Kev Walker)

Nisekoi 142 [Dan]

Nisekoi #142

(Naoshi Komi)

One Piece 763 [Dan]

One Piece #763

(Eiichiro Oda)

One Punch 37-5 [Dan]

One-Punch Man #37, part 5

(ONE and Yusuke Murata)

Spider-Man 2099 5

Spider-Man 2099 #5

(Peter David and Rick Leonardi)

Supergirl 35 [Matlock]

Supergirl #35

(Tony Bedard and Karl Moline)

Superior Foes Spider-Man 16 [AnarChris]

The Superior Foes of Spider-Man #16 [AnarChris’ Pick]

(Nick Spencer and Steve Lieber)

Superior Foes of Spider-Man 16 [Matlock]

The Superior Foes of Spider-Man #16 [Matlock’s Pick]

(Nick Spencer and Steve Lieber)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 39

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #39

(Kevin Eastman, Bobby Curnow, Tom Waltz, and Mateus Santolouco)

Toriko 296 [Dan]

Toriko #296

(Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro)

Uncanny X-Men 27 [AnarChris]

Uncanny X-Men #27

(Brian Michael Bendis, Chris Bachalo, and Tim Townsend)

World Trigger 78 [Dan]

World Trigger #78

(Daisuke Ashihara)

I find myself wondering what the deal with AXIS is. I heard it was supposed to be a morality inversion of some kind with villains being heroes and heroes being villains, but thus far all I’ve heard tells me that thus far it’s all been a bunch of people punching a giant Nazi in the face. And while punching a Nazi in the face is all well and good, it gives me little reason to actually bother with the book myself.

Anyway, this week I’m going to close out with a video that Gavok actually sent me a couple of weeks ago. It’s a guy doing a metal version of the Ducktales theme. I think Gavok may be a fan of the guy in general and the other metal remixes he’s done, too.

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7 comments to “This Week in Panels: Week 265”

  1. “exhile” *twitches* GODDAMNIT.

    Who pronounces it “ex-hile”?

  2. Is that Mondo Gecko in the TMNT panel?

  3. @Mike Podgor: Hells yes it is!

  4. He was introduced in the last issue and why the hell are you NOT reading this comic, dude?

  5. In Exhile no less!

  6. Something like Batman and Robin is an all time favorite but for me ‘Ducktales theme’ is a part of memories…sweet childhood memories 🙂 Thanks for spreading the word.

  7. @Rhio2k I’m mainly too broke to buy individual issues.