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Panel of the Day 4/10/13

Today’s panel is yanked from the pages of Marvel Two-In-One Annual #2. I was glancing through the pages of this issue without having read it, and this panel caught my eye. Thanos, true to form, is preparing to assemble the Infinity Gems and become a living god. It appears as if all is lost, but then Warlock (thought to have been killed by Thanos ) manifests from the Soul Gem and turns Thanos into stone. But that’s not what I saw at first glance.

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I honestly thought that this being, whomever it may have been, was somehow tethered to the ground by a Wang-Anchor (or wangchor)

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Comic Book Panel of the Day 3/30/13

Hey Evil Geeks!

Gorr is so evil that we may give him our summer internship!

Gorr is so evil that we may give him our summer internship!

Today’s Panel of the Day comes from Thor God of Thunder #6. If you aren’t reading this title yet, then shame on you! Last week Greekimus gave us a review to catch up on the series and you can check it out right here! Jason Aaron has been giving us quite a good story about a God-Killer named Gorr that has you waiting on the edge of your seat for the next issue. In my mind its harder to create new and great villains for our existing heroes than to create a new hero, but Gorr is absolutely epic! Issue 6 tells us the origin of Gorr and explains where his hate for the Gods has come from. Our panel comes from the last page of the book and leaves a great cliffhanger, check it out…

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Panel(s) of the Day 3/7/13

Today’s featured panel comes from All-Star Superman #12. If you haven’t read this book by now, you deserve a bit of a spoiler… don’t worry, though. It’s nothing too earth-shattering.  At the end of issue 11, a temporarily super powered Lex Luthor shows up at the Daily Planet in the heart of metropolis and threatens the staff. Mild-mannered Clark Kent steps up to defend his colleagues, and while the staff of the Planet all assume that Superman was impersonating Clark Kent, a funny little idea crosses Luthor’s mind…

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Panel of the Day 2/18/13

Afternoon Geeks!

Today’s Comic Book Panel of the Day stars those crazy mutants in X-Force! They’ve got themselves into a little pickle and have accidentally become terrorists in the eyes of the world…oops! Anyway, our team is looking throughout this factory when Colossus stumbles onto a hole that wasn’t meant to be there, inside he finds a Deathlok and the panel speaks for itself…

In this episode, Colossus plays the Beaver!

In this episode, Colossus plays the Beaver!

In all honestly I expected the next panel to be Colossus on his knees pleading with Cable with whether or not they could keep it. Instead Deathlok just shoots him in the face!

See ya in the Funny Books Nerds!

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Panel of the Day 2/15/13

Morning Geekland!

Today’s Panel of the Day comes from Batman and Robin #17 and I’m kind of cheating because I couldn’t limit it to just one panel, but I think that you’ll understand and enjoy it. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’d know that recently Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo gave us a helluva story with Death of the Family. One of the big beats of the story was when Joker kidnapped Alfred and everyone thought the worse. Well, (Spoiler Alert) Alfred made it back in one piece and has been resting at the stately Wayne manner when all the sudden his mind began to wander. Let’s see what the old butler has been thinking about…

Bang!
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Panel of the Day 2/14/13

Hey Nerds!

Here’s an extra special Valentines Panel of the Day for you featuring our favorite psycho… Mr. J himself from Batman #17 drawn by Greg Capullo. Check it out…

Hey Bats... Love's a bitch!

Hey Bats… Love’s a bitch!

This panel is so sick and twisted for a variety of reasons. Make sure you stop back later for our full review of Batman #17!

Ta Ta For Now!

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