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Saturday Morning Panels (Week of 11/19/14)

By | November 22nd, 2014
Posted in Columns | 4 Comments

Hello, and welcome to Saturday Morning Panels! It’s a very simple concept: since none of us are up to watching Saturday morning cartoons anymore, we are instead going to share with you our favorite panels from the week before. It’s a bit like Comics Should Be Cheap, except with more pictures and less reading.

And, of course, spoilers are probably abundant.

We encourage you to play along at home and let us know what your favorite moments of the week were in the comment section! In the meantime, our picks:

“Annihilator” #3: Sorry, Ray. It’s not. – Matthew Meylikhov

“Batman/Superman” #16: It’s tough being Batman. – Keith Dooley

“Batman and Robin” #36: Where do they get those wonderful uniforms? Oh, that’s right. Alfred. – Keith Dooley

“Daredevil” #10: Lettering! – Matthew Meylikhov

“Dark Horse Presents #4 – “Wrestling With Demons””: “Dark Horse Presents” is full of a bunch of great comics each month, but “Wrestling With Demons” has been an underdog surprise for how great it’s been. It’s the type of book that can do a page like this and then immediately follow it with a man fighting a demon in an underground wrestling match who’s trying to shove his poisoned tongue down his throat. – Vince Ostrowski

“Deadly Class” #9: Maria sure has gotten creepy since the whole murder thing she did in the last arc, but damn, I’d be fillin’ my britches if this scenario played out in my life. – David Harper

“Deadly Class” #9: Maybe the most purely happy moment of any comic of the week. It’s awesome the intermittent moments of catharsis Remender and Craig deliver in this story of jaded youth. – David Harper

“Fables” #146: “Fables” fell to the wayside for me and was rather inconsistent after the first mega-arc ended, but man, these final issues have been firing on all cylinders for me. – Matthew Meylikhov

“Invincible” #115: MORTAL KOMBAT! Duh! Duh! Duh! Duh duh duh, duh! Duh! Duh! Duh duh duh, duh! Duh! Duh! Duh duh duh, dut-dut-dut-duh-duh!Matthew Meylikhov

“Justice League” #36: I’m surprised a Bat-signal on Batman’s chest hasn’t been utilized before (unless it has and I’m not remembering my Bat-history correctly). That’s sure to strike some terror in criminal hearts. – Keith Dooley

“Justice League” #36: Superfriends forever. – Keith Dooley

“Loki, Agent of AXIS” #8: Turns out “AXIS” is worthwhile, you guys. – Matthew Meylikhov

“Lumberjanes” #8: There are worse ways to suddenly find yourself imbued with the powers of a god. – Matt Garcia

“Lumberjanes” #8: This one’s for Meylikhov. – Matt Garcia

“Magneto” #12: Seriously, “Magneto” is maybe the best thing Cullen Bunn has ever done in comics. – Matthew Meylikhov

“The Multiversity: Pax Americana” #1: Best opening to a comic this year? Best opening to a comic this year. – Matthew Meylikhov

“The Multiversity: Pax Americana” #1: This is probably the most brilliant scene from the best issue of the year. Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely always work together in perfect harmony. This scene, like the entire issue, will probably be studied and pored over for the rest of eternity. – Keith Dooley

“The Multiversity: Pax Americana” #1: I could have included dozens of glorious images from the latest Morrison/Quitely pairing, but this one seemed most appropriate. If you’re a comic fan, this is life, the universe, and everything. Also “Watchmen.” – Vince Ostrowski

“The Multiversity: Pax Americana” #1: Serving superheroics with style! – Keith Dooley

“New Avengers” #26: I know people repeatedly say that Hickman’s dual-“Avengers” runs have been up and down, but man, “New Avengers” has been on fire throughout all of the ‘Time Runs Out’ arc. This is some powerful stuff right here. – Matthew Meylikhov

“Revival” #25: In a big week of crucifixions in comics (I read six comics, and two of them had crucifixions), this one in Revival took the cake for creepiness. – David Harper

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“Sensation Comics” #4: Okay everyone just stop. Because this might just be the greatest superhero fight in all of history. – Matt Garcia

“Superman/Wonder Woman” #13: Even Superman gets writer’s block. – Keith Dooley

“Zero” #12: Even though we knew it was coming, this moment is still pretty cataclysmic. – Matthew Meylikhov


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