Anti-Moment was probably the explaination of Spider-Man's deal with Mephisto and how it works/doesn't make a lick of sense, especially after the unmasking in New Avengers, in this week's Amazing Spider-Man.
Just liked the way Barrows laid this sequence out. Shows off how sadistic Ursa is, too.
Here we see Ursa calling Chris Kent a Phantom Zone mutant. Not sure what that means, but this panel also shows off his telekinetic powers, which, combined with his aging problem, is probably the extent of his 'mutant powers'.
Amazing Spider-Man #591
Bendis and the Spider Brain Trust couldn't pick up a phone or email each other about this whole Spidey unmasking deal? Spider-Man mocking the possibility of revealing his identity to the Avengers in this issue while saying the heck with it and unmasking a week or two ago in New Avengers just shouldn't happen.
I don't see how Jonah being the mayor of New York has any effect on Spider-Man. The police are already hounding his every move and Norman Osborn runs the world with his HAMMER and Dark Avengers team. Mayor doesn't even have the ability to really add to this grief and doesn't have the same amount of freedom to persecute Spider-Man as JJ did with the Bugle.
Captain America #49
Just a funny conversation similar to the one I had with someone the other day about what to call "Bad Cap".
This was the dream Sharon Carter had at the end of the issue. The next page is her waking up in a cold sweat wondering if it was Steve Rogers she saw and if that is even possible.
What are those two giant orbs on the right? The ones with the S on them. Oh, Supergirl's boobs. I knew there was a reason Hal added the jailbait to the team.
Green Lantern Corps #35
Only reason I chose this moment is because I'm a fan of Lyssa Drak's twisted character and was happy to see more of her. I wonder what ever happened to the Book of Parallax. It wasn't a construct of her ring (or didn't look like it). Maybe it'll tell her where Parallax was hidden at the end of Sinestro Corps War and they'll go about freeing it. Maybe Sinestro will stick Parallax in his daughter if they free it.
Oh, and Vice holding up the torn off arms of that random Sinestro Corps members is a fun visual, too.
Check the bottom right of this image. That female Green Lantern is Alpha Lantern Kraken, the same character that was possessed by Granny Goodness in Final Crisis. Artist mistake or is she no longer an Alpha Lantern? Is that even possible? Also, just assumed she was dead post-Final Crisis.
Okay, that is the best Sinestro Corps member ever. It's their very own Midgardsomr. Although, I'd imagine a creature that big would exert some crazy gravity on the planet just by being near it. Ah, comic book physics.
Sinestro's mystery daughter is revealed as Soranik Natu. Does that mean Sinestro's last name is Sinestro Natu or is that the mother's name? Or is it like Asian cultures and Soranik is the family name since everyone calls her Natu?
Aso, never noticed the Hitler-like armband on Sinestro's uniform before.
Okay, the Punisher with an Iron Man repulsor, Captain America-like shield and Ant-Man helmet is the definition of overpowered. Oh, and he has Hawkeye's bow and arrows. Must have run out of bullets.
Uncanny X-Men #508
I'm not even going to try and explain this to you. Just see Psylocke's Wikipedia entry for the nonsense about her being a British person in an Asian ninja body and all the craziness about Kwannon/Revanche. They want to put Psylocke back in the non-ninja body. Why? Probably just to piss off Chris Claremont.
In case you are wondering, future Cyclops is making fun of Madrox's apparent uselessness and it's funny because it's true.