This Week in Panels: Week 32

May 3rd, 2010 by | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Sorry about the lateness. The last few days have been absolute madness for me. I was going to toss in the Free Comic Book Day stuff in this update, but since I haven’t had a chance to read much of it, and since next week is such a small comic week, I’ll save it for then.

Amazing Spider-Man #629
Roger Stern, Lee Weeks, Zeb Wells and Chris Bachalo

The Authority: The Lost Year #8
Grant Morrison, Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis and David Williams

Captain America #605
Ed Brubaker, Luke Ross, Sean McKeever and David Baldeon

Deadpool #22
Daniel Way and Tan Eng Huat

Green Lantern Corps #47
Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason

Invincible #71
Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley

Invincible Iron Man #25
Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca

Marvel Zombies 5 #2
Fred Van Lente and Kano

New Avengers #64
Brian Michael Bendis and Mike McKone

Punisher #16
Rick Remender and Tony Moore

Secret Warriors #15
Jonathan Hickman and Stefano Caselli

Siege: Secret Warriors
Jonathan Hickman and Alessandro Vitti

Thunderbolts #143
Jeff Parker and Miguel Sepulveda

Ultimate Comics Avengers 2 #1
Mark Millar and Leinil Francis Yu

Unknown Soldier #19
Joshua Dysart and Alberto Ponticelli

Seriously, check out the current issue of The Authority: The Lost Year. It’s an absolute gem, taking place in a world where the Authority are the JLI, the Doctor is Doctor Strange and they get into fights without thinking it through logically first.

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5 comments to “This Week in Panels: Week 32”

  1. I’ve always liked Salaak

  2. The actor who plays Swayer in Lost sure is getting a lot of photo-ref work these days (Jack of Fables, Iron Man, etc).

  3. Gauntlet: Legends jokes in Marvel Zombies AND Howard in a cowboy suit? I can’t ignore this book anymore.

  4. “Gauntlet: Legends jokes in Marvel Zombies AND Howard in a cowboy suit? I can’t ignore this book anymore.”

    Sniff… that’s not a Gauntlet: Legends joke, that’s a plain old Guantlet circa 1985 joke. Now I feel old.

  5. Ok, ok, I went with Legends because I wasn’t 100% sure it was just Gauntlet, and didn’t feel like looking it up. You want to feel old? I had a 7th grade student tell me, (after I responded to his frustration at a computer game with “You would have cried if you had to play original Nintendo games”) that he has played them, because he owns a Nintendo 64, which is the “original” Nintendo. On the upside, an NES can probably still do basic math. The kids, not so much.