I could make a joke about memory and my feelings towards this arc, but that would be rude.
Batwoman returns to the world of having her own solo in February.
I'm pretty sure I got through this post without making one reference to wrestling.
Thursday, November 22, 2012
Panels of the Week, 11/22/2012
THANKSGIVING DON'T STOP ME! Time to look at some motherfucking comic art! YEEEEEAH.
Catwoman #14: Here's what Rafa Sandoval and Guillem March have in common, their sense of movement and action is really fluid, and exaggerated, and I freaking love it.
Nightwing #14: For as much as I didn't like this artist, he drew a pretty good Joker on the final page.
Red Hood and the Outlaws #14: Man, this book just can't do anything to please me on the art side of things, shame that my favorite panel is one cloaked in shadow. If anything, it's a nicely framed shot, so to speak, just wish that caption box wasn't there.
Birds of Prey #14: Despite the fact Starling was knocked off a building and it being never acknowledged, she does provide the better part of this book's humor.
Batwoman #14: Sure, I could have chosen any crazy JH Williams spread, but this page? This page is just badass.
Legends of the Dark Knight #25: This was drawn by the guy who is doing the Injustice tie in comic, Jheremy Raapack... I'm now looking forward to that book even more now.
Justice League #14: Batman is a total creeper.