I understand that you little guys start out with your panels and you think they’re great… and they are, they are terrific. But pretty soon, a panel isn’t enough. You’re out on the street trying to score a page, or maybe a cover. And the next thing you know, you’re strung out on collections, Ken. That’s serious.
By Brandon Graham, Simon Roy, Richard Ballermann, & Ed Brisson
This comic might have fewer words than others, but I take more time with it because it’s full to bursting with wonderful vistas.
Magneto: Not a Hero #4
By Skottie Young, Clay Mann, Seth Mann, David Curiel, & Chris Eliopoulos
This is a great page but I especially love the extreme perspective on the middle panel.
The Flash #6
By Francis Manapul, Brian Buccellato, & Wes Abbott
I love everything about this double page spread. From the ballsy move of dealing with, head on, the most probably fan reaction to the new Captain Cold, to the main title being hidden in the ice, to the way that The Flash’s boots exist in the foreground and draw us into the image. Great stuff.
Fantastic Four #603
By Jonathan Hickman, Barry Kitson, Paul Mounts, & Clayton Cowles
You never want a Mad Celestial to go Full Voltron.
By John Layman, Rob Guillory, & Taylor Wells
This made me laugh.
Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #7
By Brian Michael Bendis, Chris Samnee, Justin Ponsor, & Cory Petit
I would have thought that John Suintres would have been into a higher class of porn.
All-Star Western #6
By Justin Gray, Jimmy Palmiotti, Moritat, Gabrial Bautista, & Rob Leigh
The “SOK” sound effect coupled with the Olde Timey boxing stance also made me laugh.
Uncanny X-Force #22
By Rick Remender, Greg Tocchini, Dean White, & Cory Petit
Yep. Yep. That’s Phantomex’s face. *shudder*