Injustice - Gods Among Us - Year Three #4 (DC Comics)
Maybe one day we can have a book where Batman just "one-punches" his way through the DC Universe.
Secret Avengers #9 (Marvel)
On season 3 of Agents of S.H.E.I.L.D. ...
Secret Origins #6 (DC Comics)
I love when getting a two-page spread that uses some nice clean storytelling rather than trying to spread it over a dozen pages.
Stray Bullets #8 (Image)
A screwdriver to the ass has got to hurt.
Unless you're in to that kind of thing.
Teen Titans #3 (DC Comics)
Avengers #37 (Marvel)
Old Man Rogers always throws such a fit when a ball lands in his yard.
Axis - Hobgoblin #8 (Marvel)
I honestly don't know who does or doesn't get tipped sometimes.
The Multiversity -The Just #1 (DC Comics)
(Presented without comment.)
Cyclops #6 (Marvel)
Even his own father can't stand him.
Astro City #12 (Vertigo)
Finally, a thief with class and manors.
Godzilla - Rulers of Earth #17 (IDW)
I don't know what Godzilla could be doing to that poor lobster monster to result in a SKREEEONGY sound effect, but I'm sure it's horrifying.
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe #18 (DC Comics)
They finally introduce She-Ra after a year and a half of teasing and they go and replace her sword with what looks to be a cake server.
Predator - Fire & Stone #1 (Darkhorse)
Why does everyone always have to attack a Predator's looks?
Red Lanterns #35 (DC Comics)
I haven't read this book in over a year and I come back to find Guy Gardner bearded and puking energy in people's faces.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Ghostbusters #1 (IDW)
I have to say, I found it disappointing to find that the Turtles needed a portal to travel across worlds in order to meet the Ghostbusters. I really just hoped they all lived in the same New York.
Amazing Spider-Man #8 (Marvel)
A fairly unspectacular debut of an unspectacular costume.
The Flash #35 (DC Comics)
A much better debut of another unspectacular costume. It's just too busy for my tastes.
The Walking Dead #133 (Image)
These guys seem like they're going to be the creepiest antagonists yet for this title. Just when I thought this book was going to get stale, it gets even more interesting.
Starlight #6 (Image)
A hero is always way cooler when he's got a sweet ride.
Batman Eternal #29 (DC Comics)
Alfred is a screamer. Try to get that image out of your mind.
The New 52 - Future End #25 (DC Comics)
There is something so unnatural about Superman's dialog in this scene. I had to read it a few times to get what he was saying.
Superman #35 (DC Comics)
Based on DC's record of consistency, this moth Superman needs help lifting a freight ship, next month he'll be moving a planet out of orbit on his own.
Earth 2 - World's End #3 (DC Comics)
Bruce clearly gets his intensity from his dad.
Batman Beyond 2.0 #38 (DC Comics)
Context is everything.
All-New Ghost Rider #8 (Marvel)
This was one of the only good shots of the original and all-new Ghost Riders fighting in this issue. Most of the artwork was very unclear, which is sad because I was really enjoying the art in the first few issues.
Arkham Manor #01 (DC Comic)
This was me thinking about what's going on in this issue without knowing how Batman Eternal ends.
Avengers & X-Men: Axis #3 (Marvel)
I've already put my order in for this shirt.
Aquaman #35 (DC Comics)
Aquaman has a really wonderful little speech that he gives the Atlantians. It's a good thing a plane just happened to fly by when he was making his big point.
All-New Invaders #11 (Marvel)
I would have considered Bucky the heart of the team back then, but I guess with the way his backstory has be retooled it would make sense that the Torch would now be the heart.
All-New X-Factor #15 (Marvel)
I don't know why they would do it, but I love that fact that X-Factor would switch out the President's nuclear football with a pile of Conan comics.
Amazing X-Men #12 (Marvel)
I found the X-Men's reaction to this scene to be very disturbing, they seemed overjoyed rather than horrified.
Deadpool #36 (Marvel)
This is just a fantastic month for sound effects.
New Warriors #11 (Marvel)
Nothing sells a massive beatdown like KRAK!, WHAM!, and THUD! all appearing in one panel.
She-Hulk #9 (Marvel)
I'm sad to hear that this title has been cancelled. It's been a really fun read. I know a lot of people blame the art, but I think it's great. Pages like this are just solid storytelling.
Harley Quinn #11 (DC Comics)
It seems like DC writers have been milking Power Girl breast jokes for years now.
Death of Wolverine - Logan Legacy #2 (Marvel)
I don't know where The Chinook "The Hero of Hogtown" came from, but he seems like just about the lamest character they could have used to team-up with X-23.
Amazing Spider-Man #8 (Marvel)
The Best Face Kick of the Week Award goes to Spider-Man and Ms. Marvel for a great combo.