“This is my first time in a public school. And I know you probably think I was born with a silverspoon in my mouth. But I’m no elitist. I think you’ve got some great facilities, and I’m really looking forward to making the best of it over here at Grover Cleveland. One footnote: I noticed you don’t have a fencing team. I’m going to start one up. Let me know if you’d like to join. Thanks.”
The Capullo difference. I loved this cutaway, as Batman held on for dear life at the rim of a plane’s engine. The droplets of blood trailing ion the turbine’s pull? It’s the little things sometimes.
Sad, contemplative Man-Thing breaks my heart.
I sense a pattern…
The sheer scale of the thing.
Would you believe this is a gift, he’s presenting?
“Without context, this panel is almost jovial; with context, it’s gut-wrenching. Damn you, Kirkman.”
There’s some really impressive robot battles in this issue, but my favorite sections involve little gags like this. Garing is a fantastic visual storyteller.
In a chilling story about a secret society and self-professed long-lost brothers, the interaction between Bruce and Dick served as the emotional core. Snyder brought this tale to a close with this pitch perfect button, a perfect depiction of their wonderful dynamic.