This Week in Panels: Week 132

April 1st, 2012 by | Tags:

It’s Sunday, so that means it’s time for This Week in Panels! Lot of good stuff came out this week.

Usually, I’d be accompanied by my usual crew of contributors like David Brothers, Was Taters, Space Jawa, Jody, luis and the others, but recently it’s been brought to my attention that none of them are real. They’re all figments of my imagination, linked to my amazing ability to make mathematical connections. Lately, I’ve been taking pills to help me with this problem, so I should be okay.

And go!

Amazing Spider-Man #544
J. Michael Straczynski and Joe Quesada

Billy Ray Cyrus #2
Paul S. Newman and Dan Barry

Steve “Body Bag” Behling, Michael “Splatter” Stewart and Tom “Gallows’ Grindberg

Frankenstein #1
Dan Segall and Tony Tallarico

Identity Crisis #7
Brad Meltzer and Rags Morales

JLA vs. Predators
John Ostrander and Graham Nolan

Justice League: Cry for Justice #7
James Robinson, Mauro Cascioli, Scott Clark and Ibraim Roberson

Justice League International Annual #5
Gerard Jones and Kiki Chansamone

Married with Children: The Quantum Quartet #1
Todd S. Tuttle, Geoffrey White and Tom Richmond

NFL Superpro #1
Fabian Nicieza and Jose Delbo

Onslaught Reborn #5
Jeph Loeb and Rob Liefeld

President Evil #3
David Hutchison

Street Fighter II #3
Len Strazewski and Don Hillsman

Superman: At World’s End
Tom Veitch and Frank Gomez

Tekken Saga #1
John Kim and Walter McDaniel

Ultimatum #4
Jeph Loeb and David Finch

Undertaker #5
Beau Smith and Manny Clark

Venom: Carnage Unleashed #4
Larry Hama and Andrew Wildman

Who Wants to be a Superhero?
Stan Lee and Will Conrad

WWF Krozor
Neville M. Meyer and Wayne J. Meyer

Dracula the Unconquered #1
Chris Sims and Steve Downer


Real ThWiP update tomorrow.

(Seriously, though. President Evil was fucking terrible)

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12 comments to “This Week in Panels: Week 132”

  1. Helluva first panel to use. I thought Marvel had actually revisited that reality wipe, for a second.

    Now I’m trying to remember which character from Ultimatum experienced that horrible Fatality panel.

    Also, why is that Superman panel so PRETTY? This must have been at the height of Image’s popularity for the colors to be so vibrant and dense…and for that gun/buckle set to be so HUGE. “Gun & Buckle” does sound like a cool name, though.

  2. Wow…if Frankenstein came out last week, then I can’t wait to start 1st grade tomorrow!

  3. If only they made more Doom comics or up to the point where they give daisy the bunny backstory.

  4. My brain just went RIPSPLISTS.

  5. Ha ha ha, “Superman: At World’s End”! What’s worse than a clone of Hitler? TWO clones of Hitler!

  6. First I was like “Say what?”, but then I was all “Heh, funny :-D!”.

    I presume the intro was a reference to ‘A Beautiful Mind’?


  8. Please tell me that some of those panels were edited. They’re just so… :negativeman:

  9. Thank you for reposting RIPSPLISTS!!! I had forgotten about that.

  10. How is Superman At World’s End not the finisher for this bunch?!

    And having not read Dracula the Unconquered, I can’t decide whether that’s a playful swipe at Sims, or whether it turned out poorly.

  11. @Ben: Playful swipe. That’s why it’s last despite the alphabetical order.

  12. That Carnage Unleashed comic had one of the greatest plot points for the symbiotes ever conceived, and I will Internet Fight anyone who disagrees.