...in my comics this week.
Future Huntress shouting, "DARRRRRK VENNNNGEANNCE!" I laughed so hard I had to put the book down.
I think the people at DC really have something against San Diego.
"Let me get you a handi-wipe," is such a fifth dimensional thing to say!
Mr. Reyes, again, reminds us to respect our elders, and shows why that respect is deserved.
Like peanut butter and jelly, Teen Titans and Decaptitation are, once discovered, a natural pairing. New rule: in every Titan's story, at least one Titan must die or betray the team. In really good stories, the traitor gets beheaded by another Titan.
Mack daddy Nazi Batman.
Renato Guedes: THANK YOU for being able to draw Krypto as an actual dog, sound effects and all.
There's a one hundred percent chance that early morning fog will give way to heavy starro-showers. Stay tuned for school closings.
Bondage & Discipline Fun Time With Superman's Pal.
B-movie star Rita Farr is a real pro at fighting zombie armies!
Brainiac 5, as usual, knows what he's doing, even when no one else does.
"You're not old enough to understand the irony this multiverse thrives on." That's now the official last line of any comic book argument I make (replacing "Ceterum censeo, Geo-Force delendus est.").
Paco's biceps. Sigh.
In all these decades, this is the first time I've actually seen it stated that Lightning Lad is, well, none too bright.
Adam Strange's auto-defenestration.
How long before that festering hatred between Dr. Dale and Niles Caulder erupts into wild screaming monkey sex?
Thanksgiving with the Kent Clan; but really, I don't think you're supposed to eat babootch.
I really appreciate how easily Mary Marvel sees through Eclipso's line of BS. Finally.
Doll Man versus Doll Man.
The "Unlock Your Inner Hero" ad in Countdown; I assume that's Snapper Carr's locker...
It's not just that it's a single panel of mechanical bees. It's the fact that the only other thing in the panel is a loud word balloon that says, "MECHANICAL BEES!" In any decent society, this panel would go immediately into a national public museum. In its own room.
Jaime Reyes learns a real-world truth that doesn't come up much in comics: most "evil" is just weakness.