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    Saturday Morning Panels: Week of 9/4/19

    By | September 7th, 2019
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    Welcome 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! And check back later today for a special installment of Saturday Morning Panels celebrating the best of “The Wicked + The Divine.”

    “Alpha Flight: True North” #1: I might be the only one, but I’d read every issue of an ongoing about Fat Cobra, Ulysses Bloodstone, and Puck. – Jake Hill

    “Batman Vs Ra’s Al Ghul” #1: BAT-DICK, STEALER OF DOGS. – Elias Rosner

    “Battlepug” #1: I do quite enjoy subtle political humor. – Dexter Buschetelli

    “Battlepug” #1: Blatant? Yes. Will I take it? Also yes. – Robbie Pleasant

    “Battlepug” #1: Me: Heh. This book is great. I should go back and read some old-school Battlep–

    Mike Norton: BATTLEPUG COMPENDIUM IS NOW AVAILABLE FROM IMAGE COMICS

    Me: How did you get in my house? – Dexter Buschetelli

    “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” #8: Urge. To rant. Rising. – Gregory Ellner

    “Conan the Barbarian” #9: Parker Robbins called, he wants his Hood back! Also, Gorilla Grodd called, he wants his face back. – Jake Hill

    “Curse Words” #24: I always knew Jorts was a word that should never be spoken in polite company. – Elias Rosner

    “DCeased: A Good Day to Die” #1: YOU get a horrific trauma! YOU get a horrific trauma! Everyone gets a horrific trauma! – Gregory Ellner

    “DCeased: A Good Day to Die” #1: There’s no Constantine like traumatized but really obnoxious Constantine. – Jake Hill

    “Die” #7: Some World of Darkness up in here? Well played, Gillen and Hans. – Gregory Ellner

    “Doomsday Clock” #11: If there’s one thing that lasts from this series, I hope it’s this take on domestic Alfred making midnight pancakes. – Elias Rosner

    “Doomsday Clock” #11: And so comes the tragic end of Saturn Girl, who… what’s this? She turned up in “Superman” #14 last week, showing none of this actually matters? Never mind, then. Carry on. – Gregory Ellner

    “Everything” #1: Mmm, breakfast of champions. – Elias Rosner

    “Ghost Spider Annual” #1: Wait until you see the Ultimates universe, Gwen. – Elias Rosner

    “Giant Days” #54: I will not miss you Dean Thompson but I am going to miss everyone else oh god why does this series have to end I’m going to miss them all so much I’mnotcryingyou’recrying – Elias Rosner

    “Immortal Hulk” #23: I didn’t mean for this to turn into Puck celebration week, but I ain’t sorry. – Jake Hill

    “Immortal Hulk” #23: It’s these impeccable character moments for the extended cast that makes this book SO GOOD. – Elias Rosner

    “Justice League” #31: I see Jarro takes that first one to heart. Because he is definitely always awesome. – Robbie Pleasant

    “Justice League” #31: That’s putting it lightly. Every time there’s a big crisis or other event, someone messes with the timeline. – Robbie Pleasant

    “Lois Lane” #3: Too adorable. Stop. I have so many Questions. – Gregory Ellner

    “Lois Lane #3: Booooooooooooo. – Elias Rosner

    “MythKillers” #1: Can I be a critic and say that the trajectory of that arrow is more impressive than the bullet that killed JFK? – Dexter Buschetelli

    “MythKillers” #1: Weird. I was just saying this to myself in my kitchen. – Dexter Buschetelli

    “Robin Pipit: Wings of Hope” #1: That’s no boy angel! That’s Cletus Kasady! Or possibly that dummy from Goosebumps. – Dexter Buschetelli

    “Robin Pipit: Wings of Hope” #1: Yes, that is a giant Native-American man being presented as a Judeo-Christian angel. His name is “Big Boy.” There’s also a Hindu Woman named Aisha who is his boss and an Asian woman named “Chef Fu-Yun.” She wears a hat and makes hamburgers. This book cost me $9 and was worth al 68 pages of its problematic insanity. Also it is one page too short. – Dexter Buschetelli

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    “Something is Killing the Children” #1: Oh hi Cassie Hack. I see you’ve learned why you never wear white to a murder fight. – Elias Rosner

    “Something is Killing the Children” #1: Sure, Erica Slaughter is messier than Cassie Hack, but hey, at least she has a comforting mask to help people get to know her! – Gregory Ellner

    “Something is Killing the Children” #1: Huh. Didn’t see that coming. I’m game. – Gregory Ellner

    “Something Is Killing the Children” #1: Wait…so you’re telling me this isn’t the monster? – Dexter Buschetelli

    “Supergirl” #33: Okay, so that’s kind of adorable. I like this guy. – Gregory Ellner

    “Triage” #1: “It can’t be bargained with. It can’t be reasoned with. It doesn’t feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And it absolutely will not stop, ever, until you are dead.” – Kyle Reese, The Terminator – Gregory Ellner

    “Twiztid: Haunted High-Ons” #1: Have you been waiting for a Scooby-Doo-style adventure starring Discount Insane Clown Posse and their ghost friend? Whaddaya mean, no?! Hey! Where are you going?! Don’t you walk away from me! – Dexter Buschetelli

    “Usagi Yojimbo” #4: He’s a Joker. He’s a Smoker. He’s a Midnight Ronin. – Elias Rosner

    “Web of Black Widow” #1: Would it be sadistic to call this aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaart? – Gregory Ellner


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