Panel of the Week – Murder, Mustaches, and Mutants

Panel-DaredevilHeaderEvery Wednesday, GeekParty highlights the week’s best comic book panels. Last week, Martians piloted airplans. This week, ants are piloting sugar cubes.

Marvel announced their post Secret Wars line-up, and it’s kind of overwhelming. I’m not opposed to changes, but a new Hulk? A new Star-Lord? It’s a little too much at once. I mean, I’m still adjusting to the new Batman.

Still, as long as I can keep buying comics drawn by the likes of Chris Burnham and Chris Samnee, I think I can deal.

From Kirby to card games, this is Panel of the Week!

I want to appreciate the ingenuity, but a girl can only handle so much gross.potw antmanImage Source: Ant-Man: Larger Than Life #1 by Marvel Comics. Art by Andrea Divito.

Jack Kirby. And truer words.potw materialImage Source: Material #2 by Image Comics. Art by Will Tempest.

Collectible card games are a dark and dangerous path.we are robinImage Source: We Are Robin #1 by DC Comics. Art by Jorge Corona, Rob Haynes, and Khary Randolph.

Kingpin is many things, but the man is a loyal patron of the art world.potw daredevilImage Source: Daredevil #16 by Marvel Comics. Art by Chris Samnee.

We’re all behind you, Babs.batgirlImage Source: Batgirl #41 by DC Comics. Art by Babs Tarr.

Apparently Daria’s biting sarcasm was actually a mutant power.e for extinctionImage Source: E Is for Extinction #1 by Marvel Comics. Art by Chris Burnham.

Peppermint Butler is one sinister dude.adventure timeImage Source: Adventure Time #41 by BOOM! Studios. Art by Zachary Sterling.

Never underestimate the importance of a dance gem.
howard the duckImage Source: Howard the Duck #4 by Marvel Comics. Art by Joe Quinones.