Actually my moment of the week was Satana inscribing runes onto Ghost so that they all could get into Juggernaut's mind and figure out what the Hell is going on (Hint: He's possessed by a god). It's not just that, though. It's that once inside Cain's mind, Declan Shalvey goes balls-out in depicting the mindscape as a semi-abstract expressionist conception (I think. My art history is pretty rusty) as the gang (minus Songbird) explores his psyche and then gets kicked out by Kuurth, who appears like an amalgam/take on devils in art history, in time for Juggernaut to knock the A team the Hell out.
So the moment is when they are inside and get an idea of what they're facing and how bad it is.
The thread title, however, comes from a scene where the Underbolts are forcibly sent to rest in case they have to be called out. In Mr. Hyde's case, this includes the nanites reverting him to his human form. As Boomerang, Shocker, and Centurius are discussing whether to make a break for it, the good doctor is passed out. So Boomerang makes a joke, "Aw, he's dreaming he's killing." I tweeted at Declan saying that it might have used some twitching motion lines, but then again what the fuck do I know?
I have a crappy scanner again, but I haven't gotten to messing with it yet. So you'll have to make due. But, damn, Thunderbolts is just so much awesomeness.