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Best Panels of the Week: 13

Welcome everyone to another new edition of Best Panels of the Week. Where I look at the best panels from the week of comics.

Got a lot of stuff to talk about after the panels, so let's jump right into!

Old Man Logan #4 by Brian Michael Bendis & Andrea Sorrentino

Old Man Logan #4 by Brian Michael Bendis & Andrea Sorrentino

Godzilla In Hell #2 by Bob Eggleton

Godzilla In Hell #2 by Bob Eggleton

Conan the Avenger #17 by Fred Van Lente, Brian Ching & Michael Atiyeh

 

Superman #43 by Gene Luen Yang, John Romita Jr., Klaus Janson & Dean White

Superman #43 by Gene Luen Yang, John Romita Jr., Klaus Janson & Dean White

Ant-Man: Last Days #1 by Nick Spencer & Ramon Rosanas

Ant-Man: Last Days #1 by Nick Spencer & Ramon Rosanas

Ragnarok #6 by Walt Simonson

Justice League of America #3 by Bryan Hitch, Andrew Currie, Daniel Henriques, Wade von Grawbadger & Alex Sinclair

 

Fight Club 2 #4 by Chuck Palahniuk, Cameron Stewart & Dave Stewart

Hellboy in Hell #7 by Mike Mignola & Dave Stewart 

Hellboy in Hell #7 by Mike Mignola & Dave Stewart 

Lumberjanes #17 by Noelle Stevenson, Shannon Waters & Brooke A. Allen

 

Friday was Jack Kirby's birthday, he would have been ninety-eight. If you want to get into reading some comics by Kirby, check out his Fourth World/New Gods and Fantastic Four either on comiXology or in trade format. Buy it, you won't regret it, trust me.

 

Marvel announced early this week that Secret Wars is getting a ninth issue in December. What's the reason? Marvel mention in their press release that the epic event is so big they will add an extra to it. But it could any behind the scenes stuff with last minute changes to the story or it could be that Esad Ribic is behind on his art. For the moment, who knows? But the delays have really hurt this comic for me. 

This Tuesday marks the ending of the Metal Gear/Metal Gear Solid series with Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Everyone knows the fallout between Konami and series creator Hide Kojima and controversy surrounding the game. Konami plans on continuing the series without Kojima, but it won't work at all. No Kojima means no visionary or direction for the series. So, enjoy the last Metal Gear game like a bottle of fine red wine. Last week Konami released the final trailer for MGS5, which was directed and edited by Kojima. Expect a MGS5 review from us later next week. -Panagiotis Drakopoulos

 

 

 

 

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