Atomic Robo: Real Science Adventures #1
Robo's worked with Sagan! He's worked with Ford! And now! Now!
Avenging Spider-Man #5
by Zeb Wells and Leinil Yu
When Peter asks Cap'n about why he gave up his career as a comic artist, this is his reason. And it's a stunning one.
"Attack on Wayne Manor" by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo
"The Call" by Snyder, Tynion IV and Albuquerque
"Night of the Owls" started in April, and I decided to jump back on. I'm so glad I did.
The action scenes are clever, and they're not the only parts that are smart. Check out this chilling scene from the Owls. The feeling is genuine that Batman's up against some big odds.
by John Layman and Rob Guillory
What an amazing visual. Now that Tony has a baseball, he uses the knowledge that he learned from eating all the dead baseball players, to throw a killer fastball. All the baseball players are behind him, and he's framed in a card-esque panel!
All-star panel here.
by Mark Waid and Marco Chechetto
Here's Chechetto's version of radar sense:
The Flash #8
by Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato
Omigosh I loved this issue.
Man, look at this thing. I love it. Flash has ended up in a weird place, and he's meeting a weird person. He doesn't know what's what, and it's awesome.
Here's how the Speed Force works:
Isn't that cool? Here's one last image:
The Goon #39
by Eric Powell and Dave Stewart
If you're on this blog, you might already get the joke. If you don't, here it is.
The New Deadwardians #2
by Dan Abnett and I.N.J. Culbard
I really like this sequence. There's no need to show the time between "Send in Louisa" and, "Hi, Louisa" so these guys just leave it to the time in between panels. You see what you need to see, and nothing superfluous. Excellent piece of visual story.
The Punisher #10
by Greg Rucka and Marco Chechetto, with thanks to Mark WaidIt might just be me. . .
. . . but Chechetto must have a lot of fun drawing Spider-Man.
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