Panel of the Week – Planes, Trains, and Freakishly Large Kaiju

Every Wednesday, GeekParty highlights the week’s best comic book panels. Last week, was all about science. This week, Kaiju have been eating their Wheaties.

There are certain things that will always get me to the comic shop. Batman. Grant Morrison. James Stokoe drawing Godzilla.

From hungry heroes to sad pandas, this is Panel of the Week!

You know you’re in the hero business when alien invasions don’t make you blink.secret identitiesImage Source: Secret Identities #6 by Image Comics. Art by Ilias Kyriazis.

I bet Captain America would have gotten it.years of future pastImage Source: Years of Future Past #3 by Marvel Comics. Art by Mike Norton.

C’mon, guy, don’t be like that. Trains are delicious.martian manhunterImage Source: Martian Manhunter #2 by DC Comics. Art by Eber Ferreira and Eddy Barrows.

Some superpowers are very time sensitive.dead dropImage Source: Dead Drop #3 by Valiant Entertainment. Art by Adam Gorham.

Look, Atlantians are one thing; hair dye is something else canaryImage Source: Black Canary #2 by DC Comics. Art by Annie Wu.

Never bring in a sad panda when your cards are on the line.adventure timeImage Source: Adventure Time With Fionna & Cake: Card Wars #1 by BOOM! Studios. Art by Britt Wilson.

That’s quite the war face.harley quinnImage Source: Harley Quinn #18 by DC Comics. Art by Jed Doughtery.

Kate Bishop prefers her opponents armed. Functioning hands are optional. hawkeyeImage Source: Hawkeye #22 by Marvel Comics. Art by David Aja.

Uh… aren’t you a little big for a kaiju?godzillaImage Source: Godzilla In Hell #1 by IDW Publishing. Art by James Stokoe.

  • mrmario7502

    The more I see from this latest run on Hawkeye, the more I want to dive in. And I got a kick out of Captain “Killing Joke” Joker!