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!
“Archie” #28: Just when you thought Reggie reached peak asshole. – Nick Palmieri
“Dark Knights Rising: The Wild Hunt”: Of course Jorge Jimenez, the best artist at drawing Damian, also draws the creepiest evil Damian. – Justin Beeson
“The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl” #29: Nice recovery, Loki. But now I want to see the gibbering madness of Ulyaoth at work… – Robbie Pleasant
“Marvel 2-in-1” #3: Heh heh. “Pumpkin of a Man and His Trustworthy Candle.” I nominate Hercules to rename all of Marvel. Actually, scratch that. I nominate Chip Zdarsky to rename all of Marvel. – Paul Lai
“Deadpool” #294: That’s putting it lightly. Wait, do you mean something bad as far as effects and consequences, or something bad in way of writing? – Robbie Pleasant
“Kick-Ass” #1: Not, really, we all need some patience back in our world – Ramon Piña
“Mister Miracle: Director’s Cut” #1: This is a cool Director’s Cut; the work from Gerads is so dense, you might need less layers to truly appreciate his efforts – Ramon Piña
“Shade, the Changing Girl/Wonder Woman Special” #1: It’s always feeling o’clock somewhere. – Nick Palmieri
“The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl” #29: Squirrels are awesome! Also, Henderson’s Silver Surfer is neat! – Ramon Piña
“Ms. Marvel” #27: When did Kamala’s friends become the Ginyu Force? – Robbie Pleasant
“Star Wars: Thrawn” #1: This is exactly what I expected Eli Vanto to look like.- Ken Godberson III
“Curse Words” #11: Sometimes even magic blue lightning fingers can’t help you find your platypus daughter. – Nick Palmieri
“Invincible” #144: I could have picked several different stand-out moments from this last issue, but this scene hit close to home for me personally, and gave me all the feels. – Justin Beeson