SPOILERS: The Flash #22

What if it's not Dr. Manhattan, but really Geoff Johns keeping all the good continuity to himself?

SPOILERS: Batman #23

This issue was worth it for the dry humor alone.

SPOILERS: Batwoman #3

There's a bad thing happening and Batwoman has to stop it. Imagine that?

SPOILERS: All-Star Batman #10

"Batman takes a trip to Miami" isn't a sentence you say too often.

SPOILERS: Detective Comics #956

Hey, that last page doesn't say anything about Tim!

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Panels of the Week


Crazy delusions, crazy villains, and a kiss that wouldn't fly so well in North Carolina! All in panels of the week!

Nightwing #9


From the get go, I was worried about Eddy Barrows' sense of motion in this book, as he always striked me as big action figure pose kind of guy. But then he does big splash pages like this, and they turn out absolutely beautiful to look at.


Birds of Prey #9



These were Victorian delusions from the point of view of Henry Ballard, the Talon that the Birds fought. Really like how new artist Travel Foreman tackled the designs.


Red Hood and the Outlaws #9


I've got to say, this wasn't the choice of the book necessarily because of Rocafort, but more because of colorist Blond, whose work has been integral to how fantastic this series art has been.


Catwoman #9


I mentioned in the write up about how good Guillem March is at drawing crazy ass creepy villains, and here is the example as to why I said that.


Batwoman #9


Scandal! Gaydar definitely did not go off on Sune... well, not until midway through this issue, then it was at code black alert by the final page of the book.


Justice League #9


You know who REALLY loves this panel? Jim Lee. Because, he can easily sell this sucker for a couple thousand dollars. 

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