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Best Panels of the Week: 03

Welcome to another edition of Best Panels of the Week!

This has been a busy week for myself. I've started mapping out a massive article on Shared Universes and the impact on Hollywood and pop culture. It's going to be a long multipart article for sure. Still researching on some material regarding the Tommy Westphall universe and all of the cases for it and against it. On the side I've checked all of the different panels and trailers at e3. I'm really excited for Uncharted 4, Metal Gear Solid V and finally Shenmue 3. Can't wait for Shenmue 3 and hopefully the conclusion to this story. 

Let's check out the best panels of the week:

Ms. Marvel #16 by G. Willow Wilson & Adrian Alphona

Ms. Marvel #16 by G. Willow Wilson & Adrian Alphona

Thors #1 by Jason Aaron & Chris Sprouse

Southern Bastards #9  by Jason Aaron & Jason Latour

Archie VS. Predator #3 by Alex de Campi, Fernando Ruiz, Rich Koslowski & Jason Millet

Bloodshot Reborn #3 by Jeff Lemire & Mico Suayan

Dark Horse Presents #11 - Abe Sapien: Subconscious by John Arcudi & Mark Nelson

Justice League of America #1 by Bryan Hitch, Andrew Currie, Daniel Henriques & Wade von Grawbadger

Lumberjanes #15 by Noelle Stevenson, Shannon Waters & Brooke A. Allen

Oh, Killstrike #2 by Max Bemis & Logan Faerber

Oh, Killstrike #2 by Max Bemis & Logan Faerber

Oh, Killstrike #2 by Max Bemis & Logan Faerber

Usagi Yojimbo #146 by Stan Sakai

Usagi Yojimbo #146 by Stan Sakai


After two weeks of on and off binge watching, I finally wrapped up on watching the short-lived series Rubicon. Quick Thoughts: It was a great show and I really wish that I watched this series when it was airing back in 2010. But due it's slow-pacing and focusing time on character development, relationships and deeper mystery, I can see why the show didn't do well in the ratings and thus was cancelled after a single season. But the last episode pretty much wrapped up on all of its loose plot threads (expect for one) and acted as a series finale. In all, you should really check out Rubicon, it's slow in the beginning but the show will reward you for stick with it. - Panagiotis Drakopoulos



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