Hello and welcome back to Saturday Morning Panels! You know the drill. Each week the Multiversity staff lovingly scours the new releases to find you, our dear reader, our favorite panels and moments. And we have a fantastic line up for you this week!
So kick-back, watch out for spoilers, talk about your favorites in comments section below, and enjoy!
“Avengers” #676: Nothing bad ever happens when a character suddenly gets ret-conned into Marvel history and has a close connection to everyone! Just ask The Sentry! – Robbie Pleasant
“Avengers” #676: Oh yeah, I remember Cap’s cooky quintet- Jake Hill
“Kill Or Be Killed” #15: There aren’t many times that I’m not siding with Dylan but, really dude? Can’t we finally agree that relationships, monsters, and vigilantism isn’t a good mix? – Devon Browning
”Superman” #39: Way to set an impossible challenge, Supes – Matt Lune
“Star Wars” #42: The Imperial Stormtrooper Marksmanship Academy’s finest graduates: allowing characters to talk as much as they need without getting shot, no matter how narrow and crowded the ramp they’re on may be. – Robbie Pleasant
“Batman” #39: I’m sure Batman thought he looked real tough in his armor until Catwoman put him in his place. Also, Joelle Jones is killing it with those facial expressions. – Justin Beeson
“Star Wars: Forces of Destiny” #3: Why, Hera Syndulla, I had no idea you rolled with the furries.- Jake Hill
“Rumble” #02: Great lettering often slips beneath the radar, especially when the art and coloring jump the page first, but this panel is an absolute triple threat. – Devon Browning
“Days Of Hate” #1: Less is more, and the proof is within these quiet panels that keep beautiful color, ink, and speech to an absolute minimum. – Devon Browning
“The Mighty Thor” #703: I almost missed it, but putting Roz’s reaction inside the thunder sound effect was masterful, and such a perfect comic book moment. – Justin Beeson
”Star Wars #42: Luke, I know exactly what you mean, I felt the same after watching both movies back to back – Matt Lune
”Ice Cream Man” #1: Creepiest. Ice Crem Man. Ever – Matt Lune