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!
“Ironheart” #1: I would totally play with Barbie Dreamhouse Iron Man, if only for what has to be a very tripped out Dreamhouse. – Kate Kosturski
“Action Comics” #1005: Dial H for HELL YES! The New 52 may have been a hot pile of garbage but “Dial H” was an experimental bright spot that needed a longer run. Now, the real question is, why didn’t they dial E for Evil? – Elias Rosner
“Man-Eaters” #3: When a comic book sends you down a rabbit hole that ends with the Wikipedia page for Belgian artist Ben Heine, you know you’re dealing with something special. – Jake Hill
“Batman: Kings of Fear” #4: Look! Up on the Gargoyle. It’s a Bat! No, it’s a Man! NO, IT’S SUPERBAT!
“Ironheart” #1: You can’t defeat evil on an empty stomach. – Kate Kosturski
“Immortal Hulk” #9: I’ll have some of what he’s absorbing please. – Elias Rosner
“Immortal Hulk” #9: Nope. Nope. NOPE. I WAS WRONG! NONE of what he was absorbing please. – Elias Rosner
“Uncanny X-Men” #3: It took 28 years, but I finally think I see the appeal of Lucas Bishop – Jake Hill
“Ironheart” #1: In the words of Michael Scott, “Boom. Roasted.” – Kate Kosturski
“Darth Vader” #24: It takes a certain kind of artist to convey so much body language and expression in a man who wears a rigid leather suit and has an unmoving plastic mask for a face. – Jake Hill
“Action Comics” #1005: IT’S MY BOY! HE’S BACK! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH. *Ahem* Thank you Bendis. I miss Renee as Question (unless this is her, in which case YES, even better fuck my assumptions) but also, can you answer who the New 52 one was? No. That’s okay. Everyone wants to forget that one. – Elias Rosner
“Aquaman/Justice Leauge: Drowned Earth” #1 And then we can all go out for Death Calamari. – Elias Rosner
While this column took off last week to indulge in turkey with the trimmings, comics certainly didn’t. Here are some of our staff’s favorites from the week of November 21st.
“Aquaman” #42: Astute observation son. What tipped you off? The blood red water or talking to your long dead father? – Elias Rosner
“The Whispering Dark” #2: Jesus knows what you’ve done. Jesus sees ALL. – Elias Rosner
“Middlewest” #1: And the award for best Dad since the New 52’s Dr. Crane goes to… – Elias Rosner