Anyways, I won't keep you guys too long, so hit the jump for the Comic Book Moments of the Week.
As an aside, would you rather the Cover of the Week stick with the MotW or break it off into a separate post?
When I saw a scan of this page (didn't buy this issue), I immediately saved it. While not what most would consider a 'moment', I just fell in love with the colouring and silhouette work on the image. Looks a lot like Jim Steranko's old Captain America work, to be honest.
From what I've read, Kingpin isn't actually dead here. Despite katana typically being about 70cm (~25 inches) and the fact these should be pretty damn deep inside Mr Fisk there, it seems they were stabbed into him in a such a way as to only injure him and render him immobile while Lady Bullseye spoke to him. The dead woman is a random woman Fisk met that was helping him lead a 'normal life' after being exiled from America.
HULK: BROKEN WORLDS #1
Broken Worlds is some kind of compilation book that features follow ups to defunct alternate realities. In this case, it was a continuation of the Future Imperfect storyline that first introduced the Maestro. Hulk is shown pouring Rick Jones' ashes (he died helping Hulk fight Maestro) on Captain America's shield and flinging it off into obscurity. I'm guessing Marve/Hulk fans will argue Hulk didn't actually kill anyone here either or that it doesn't count since it was out of continuity.
SECRET WARRIORS #2
Interesting bit of foreshadowing for the Secret Warriors team.
Hickman is drawing on all the major players from Hydra's past for his storyline. Pictured is Kraken, Madame Hydra and The Hive. Off-panel was Wolverine's old flame, Viper and Baron Strucker.
And the final member of this new iteration of Hydra is Gorgon, first introduced and subsequently killed in Mark Millar's Wolverine: Enemy of the State. He has a crapload of powers, including super strength, limited psychic abilities, a healing factor, genius level intellect and can even turn people to stone by looking at them. I believe the main reason for bringing him back is that he developed a major hate on for Nick Fury during that arc when Fury killed his girlfriend at the time.
SUPERMAN: WORLD OF NEW KRYPTON #1
Got a major Superman: Red Son vibe when I turned to this page. Wasn't expecting him to join the military guild. Should make for some interesting stories for the next year.
ULTIMATE WOLVERINE VS HULK #3
They ended this issue with the question, "Who the hell is Ultimate She-Hulk?". Might have cared, what, three years ago, but it looks like Carol Danvers hulked out to me.
WAR OF KINGS #1
Couldn't really find a definitive "moment" for the huge fight sequence that took place throughout this issue, so settled on this closing shot of Black Bolt and Medusa swearing vengence on the Shi'ar.
For those interested in what they need to be reading to keep up with War of Kings, here's a copy of the checklist. Looks like there's just War of Kings: Ascension miniseries (solicits list it mostly following Darkhawk in the Negative Zone with Annihilus'(!?!) army) and Nova and Guardians of the Galaxy, two books you should be reading anyways. Pretty light weight for an event and everything is being written by Abnett and Lanning, too.