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    Saturday Morning Panels (Week of 5/27/15)

    By | May 30th, 2015
    Posted in Columns | 5 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.

    As a note, this week features some content that is not safe for work. Please keep that in mind when reading, and don’t get in trouble with your boss if you read this column Monday mornings.

    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:

    “DC Sneak Peak: Batgirl”:
    I would definitely buy a Batgirl videogame. – Keith Dooley

    “DC Sneak Peek: Black Canary”: Canary cry! – Keith Dooley

    “DC Sneak Peek: Constantine: The Hellblazer”:
    Riley Rossmo’s art is a perfect fit for the world of Constantine. – Keith Dooley

    “DC Sneak Peek: Justice League United”: Wow. I cannot wait for this book. – Keith Dooley

    “DC Sneak Peek: Earth 2: Society”: Jorge Jimenez creates gorgeous art. – Keith Dooley

    “Convergence: Shazam!” #2:
    Goodness gracious, Doc Shaner. – Brian Salvatore

    “Convergence: Shazam!” #2: There really needs to be a “Gotham by Gaslight” series. – Keith Dooley

    “Sandman Overture” #5:
    Gabriel Garcia Marquez references are always welcome. – Matthew Garcia

    “X-Men ’92 Infinite Comic” #1: No, Jubilee, we all win. – Brian Salvatore

    “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” #3:
    Poor Sabrina and her wistful teenage thoughts. – Keith Dooley

    “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” #3:
    We all knew there was something special about you, girl. – Matthew Garcia

    “Surface Tension” #1: I’m equal parts impressed and repulsed by the Lovecraftian levels of weirdness in the first issue of Titan Comic’s eco-horror-mystery. – Stephenson Ardern-Sodje

    “Fight Club 2” #1: Palahniuk sure can write, but Stewart deserves heaped tablespoonfuls of credit for bringing Chuck’s words to life. – Stephenson Ardern-Sodje

    “Adventure Time” #40:
    Montage! Seriously though, go look up Jake Wyatt’s stuff. It’s fantastic. This is what I love most about the “Adventure Time” comics, all the indie, small press, and just overall talented creators invited to do a backup story. – Matthew Garcia

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