You guys know how this works!
5. Magog has finally gone to a better place…..hell. Best part of Justice League: Generation Lost #13.
Or, if you prefer your murder to look awesome….
I rest my case.
4. I think what baffles me the most is that this has never been one of my pet peeves, I’ve honestly never really considered that Venom and Carnage are always symbioted up in jail. Nice catch in Amazing Spider-Man #648.
3. Man, something about Cassandra Cain’s new costume just works for me. It might just be that she finally returned in Red Robin #17.
2. What can I say, I love the opening of Batgirl #15.
1. Man, this panel still makes me want to shed some sort of tear of manliness. Truer words have never been spoken, and it was a hell of a way to end The Thanos Imperative #6.
Now, for a rarity, I’d like to give an honorary mention to the entire issue of Ant-Man and The Wasp #1, which was fun from cover to cover. If you read Robert Kirkman’s Irredeemable Ant-Man and you’ve been missing his version of Eric O’Grady, well, Tim Seeley captures it perfectly.
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