Mogo makes Guy trip out with his Red vs. Green self, and the the others subdue him. Some nice panels of Ice and Guy's Dad being the different ring colors personified. Since there is no Blue Lantern around to cleanse him, Mogo gets exxxxtreeeeme:
And then the leeches have a page that is really creepy where they fix Guy's blood
D'awww. Bromance to the bro-max, bra.
And Guy apologizes for hurting some of the team.
I just like Miri's reaction there. I thought Guy would pat her on the butt.
And the GL's and Indigos (some new members) leave for Earth to go save the day.
DA should be renamed to "Norman has balls made of Adamantium fuelled by the power of 10,000 exploding suns"
Hal/Parallax kills BL Spectre, but the real one is hella upset:
ouch, talk about bad skincare hahahahahah?
edit: And Norman is a lot cooler now than Fury is.
I have not followed comics other than MOTW's or Daily_Scans (Which I try to not think of) but... Norman is great.
Dumb question, does he fly the Iron Patriot from a remote place or is he in the armor?
D'oh. Did it wrong...
Pretty sure that was the effect to show off Extremis and tony interfacing with machines; not a fancy VR simulation of information/artist interpretation of how a hud for the armour would be for "normal people".
I think Finch did it in Disassembled first, but I could be wrong. Yeah it was to showcase Extremis, but it looks like they've kept it, like when Tony had been going back to previous armors in his own book the blackout effect was there (or not, I can't remember a lot of Fraction's Iron Man work).
Oh, that makes sense. I was trying to figure out why Norman would be sitting naked in a room controlling the Iron Patriot.
Not that it surprised me mind you... Just was wondering.
The metaphor just doesn't work in any other case, and it's pretty confusing for Norman to be shown like that.
Unless I misunderstood what they were trying to do there, or if there has been an explanation as to why he can do something like that.
I got it, and will post something after work later. Eaton's art from flipping through looked pretty good.
It is $4, but it's 40 pages of real story, no fillers. So it has that going for it.
I can't tell if Norman actually understands Robert or is just trying to con him.
Which I guess is the point. Good stuff.
It reminds me of Busiek's Avengers after Heroes Reborn, with a good team story only with more modern dialogue. And Bagley rules, like so:
I like to think the person imitating Metron (we aren't told if they are new gods, they just have the technology) is an homage to Kong
In the angriest manner possible
Actually, now that I think about it, Norman says "Tony Stark can". Seems a bit incorrect right now.
Atomic Robo and Revenge of the vampier Dimension #1
ALso, every other page in the book. Ill try to find some scans later.
Also I picked up the reprint of the first issue of Last Stand of the Wreckers instead of the second issue, damn it all
On the other hand, I really liked the fake out with the Spectre.
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A complete dark horse but it's well written, easy to access for someone who knows nothing about Black Panther since Priest's run, Doom is a major asshole, and the story crafts that illusion that it will have lasting repercussions. And again, for $4 you get 40 real pages of story.
Some choice pages, I would scan the whole issue if I could:
Nightcrawler bamfs them in...
The issue also makes me want to pick up the trades of BP since Mayberry took over. Win-win-win.
This is why Doomwar is so surprising. T'Challa is humble. He's smart, I sympathize with him. His sister is cool. Wakanda culture is still stupid, but not as bad.
EDIT: YOu know what, I like Majin May. Shes tellin' it like it is sista'
Avengers vs. Atlas #2 backup
Woo is at Atlas Hibachi, retrieving something for Mr. Lao. He fights a giant evil squid, crazy knife wielding chefs, and has the quality of puns that I have. And then it blows up:
This has been a very good week for comics.
I just like how his eating SFX is "Nom nom nom"
She frees [strike]the trapped Guardians[/strike] COSMO!
I don't care what nazi Greg Land lovers say, I like Wes Craig's art a lot.
I agree. I loved GL this week. The Spectre fight was really cool.
Yup, the last couple of pages of Doomwar are my MOTW, by far. Great start to the event, can't wait to see what happens.