This Week in Panels: Week 262

September 28th, 2014 by | Tags: , , ,

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It’s that time of week again – This Week in Panels time!

This week I’m joined by Gaijin Dan, The AnarChris, and Gavok. Matlock, meanwhile, was recruited to help ensure that the future doesn’t end in the near future. That kind of thing tends to eat up a lot of free time.

In a shameless bit of self-promotion where I abuse my power as Week in Panels host to write about any intro I’d like, I launched my own webcomic this week.

I call it Beat Stuff Up Man. It’s pretty high concept, pretty much exactly what it sounds like. It’s about a guy who gets in fights with stuff and beats them up. So far he’s beat up an angry Badgerine and is just about to get in a fight with some weird shark thingies that look an awful lot like piranhas.

It’s a side project I’ve started up for kicks and giggles to provide some more immediate gratification alongside my larger, long-term projects. So yeah, feel free to go check that out if you’d like. I’d certainly appreciate if you did.

Now that I’ve finished promoting my own selfish aims, let’s get on with what other people have put out this week.


all new ghost rider 7 [Gavok]

All-New Ghost Rider #7

(Felipe Smith and Damion Scott)

batman 66 meet green hornet 10 [Gavok]

Batman ’66 Meets the Green Lantern #10

(Kevin Smith, Ralph Garman, and Jon Bogdanove)

Bleach 597 [Dan]

Bleach #597

(Tite Kubo)

\deadpool 35 [Gavok]

Deadpool #35

(Gerry Duggan, Brian Posehn, and Mike Hawthorne)

Edge of Spider-Verse 3

Edge of Spider-Verse #3

(Dustin Weaver)

HiFi 2 [Dan]

Hi-Fi Cluster #2

(Ippei Goto)

inhuman 6 [Gavok]

Inhuman #6

(Charles Soule and Ryan Stegman)

Judos 3 [Dan]

Judos #3

(Shinsuke Kondo)

loki agent of asgard 6 [Gavok]

Loki: Agent of Asgard #6

(Al Ewing and Jorge Caelho)

magneto 10 [Gavok]

Magneto #10

(Cullen Bunn, Javier Fernandez, and Gabriel Hernandez Walta)

new avengers 24 [Gavok]

New Avengers #24

(Jonathan Hickman and Valerio Schiti)

new warriors 10 [Gavok]

New Warriors #10

(Christopher Yost, Erik Burnham, and Marcus To)

Nisekoi 139 [Dan]

Nisekoi #139

(Naoshi Komi)

One Piece 761 [Dan]

One Piece #761

(Eiichiro Oda)

One Punch 37-3 [Dan]

One-Punch Man #37, part 3

(ONE and Yusuke Murata)

saga 23 [AnarChris]

Saga #23 [AnarChris’ Pick]

(Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples)

saga 23 [gavin]

Saga #23 [Gavok’s Pick]

(Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples)

secret avengers 8 [AnarChris]

Secret Avengers 8

(Ales Kot, Michael Walsh, and Matthew Wilson)

Sport Salt 1 [Dan]

Sporting Salt #1

(Yuto Kubota)

Star Trek 37

Star Trek #37

(Mike Johnson and Tony Shasteen)

thunderbolts 31 [Gavok]

Thunderbolts #31

(Ben Acker, Ben Blacker, and Kim Jacinto)

Toriko 293 [Dan]

Toriko #293

(Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro)

Transformers RiD 33

The Transformers: Robots in Disguise #33

(John Barber and Sarah Stone)

wayward 2 [AnarChris]

Wayward #2

(Jim Zub, Steve Cummings, John Raunch)

So, yeah, Gavok tells me that the dead folks in that New Avengers panel is the cast of Supreme Power. Hickman is clearly not kidding around with this incursion stuff.

Anyway, how about we lighten the mood with a bit of cross-referential dancing, shall we?

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6 comments to “This Week in Panels: Week 262”

  1. Hickman is doing the lord’s work over in NA.

    Also Saga is going to be the death of me I swear.

  2. I flipped through an issue of Daredevil recently. When did that book get all White Panic? A guy who might as well have been Evelyn Cream corrupted the U.S. government and slave-kidnapped some American nuns so he could spirit them away to the Black Panther’s motherland in Africa, and then I looked at the cover for the next issue and it was literally just Daredevil tied up in the jungle with a bunch of spears thrown at him. What the hell? Is this the new irony?

  3. Here’s my favorite this week:


    A black female Thor? Thanks Reagan!

  4. I am really enjoying Multiversity overall, but I’m a little skeeved by how the main comic’s script seems to be about an overly sensitive Grant Morrison (Nix Uotan) facing down his Internet-criticism-fueled depression and the mean ol’ critics behind it. The bad guys are really naked representations of popular opinion and pop criticism and its supposedly sadistic nature, and this anti-populist kick is maybe a bit messed up, although I guess we saw it coming with Batman and supermoney. It’s really just that the parts with Morrison’s stand-in are the least interesting parts. Even the Superman-Beyond-3D-inherited, anti-Marvel “go team DC” business from #1 is more interesting.

    Society of Superheroes, though, that was more what I wanted to see out of this, especially with an artist like Sprouse, and I think maybe more of what a lot of people expected from Multiversity as a concept. I hope we get more of that and less of the 20-year-old rehash of superheroes as a way to address the author’s personal issues.

  5. Shunk and Shripp are not words used to describe blows in my day.
    From Loki: Agent of Asgard #6
    When cartoons become graphic novels and they begin to increase the size of their vocabulary you know their is a big storm brewing.

  6. @Mark: Those aren’t blows. Those are slices. They read fine to me.