This Week in Panels: Week 30

April 18th, 2010 by | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Flying solo again this week, so I’ll toss in last week’s Street Fighter II Turbo, since my shop got it in late.

Booster Gold #31
Dan Jurgens

Brightest Day #0
Geoff Johns, Peter J. Tomasi and Fernando Pasarin

Deadpool Team-Up #894
Ivan Brandon and Sanford Greene

Iron Man: Noir #1
Scott Snyder and Manuel Garcia

Magog #8
Keith Giffen and Tom Derenick

Punisher MAX #6
Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon

The Savage Axe of Ares
John Barber, Jefte Palo and many others

Secret Six #20
Gail Simone and J. Calafiore

Siege: Captain America
Christos N. Gage and Federico Dallocchio

Siege: Loki
Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie

Siege: Young Avengers
Sean McKeever and Mahmud A. Asrar

Street Fighter II Turbo #12
Ken Siu-Chong and Jeffrey Cruz

I’m glad Booster Gold is getting a new creative team, since I’ve grown sick and tired of Dan Jurgens and the repeated mantra of, “Booster, you are completely unable to change the past! It’s impossible! Now go and stop other people from changing the past, which is impossible! Except when it isn’t. Which is all the time. Except when something good would happen or I feel like it. But changing the past through time travel is impossible. You’ll understand when this series gets canceled and we have to wrap it all up. Maybe.”

Savage Axe of Ares and Iron Man: Noir are fun shit. Deadpool Team-Up is the best issue of the series yet and the last page is hilarious.

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6 comments to “This Week in Panels: Week 30”

  1. Hawkeye 2’s costume bugs me so damned much. Belly shirts on invulnerable teen super-girls are annoying. Exposed midriff costumes on someone pure human is just plain fucking stupid…

  2. I have to admit, I was worried about Jamie McKelvie on a Marvel title (Siege, nonetheless!), but his Loki captures the smug, manipulative genius in the God of Mischief’s face perfectly.

  3. I can’t remember the last time I saw someone with a bare midrift in real life. Comic-book women seem to love that shit though.

    I forgot to pick up Loki. I shall rectify this error.

  4. Notice no Flash, no interest or lack of funds?

    Also agree on Booster Gold, that stuff was getting a little tedious. Definitely looking forward to Giffen/DeMatteis, solicits sound fun.

  5. I felt like they did a good job with the time travel. They were certain events you couldn’t change and certain events you shouldn’t change.

  6. I only flipped through it in the store, but it seems that Siege: Loki *finally* explains the motivation behind the entire storyline. It might have been nice to have that show up in the actual series…

    And, Marvel, look: Heinberg isn’t coming back. Let someone else write a Young Avengers story that *matters*.