Monday, October 25, 2010

Moment of the Day - Tinker Goes Wild

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Today's Moment of the Day comes by way of Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's We3.  This is my favourite moment from the book as Tinker's speed is shown off in a way unlike I had seen in a comic before with the cybernetically enhanced cat literally flying through the panels as it assaults its military pursuers instead of the typical speed lines or blur used in most speed based comics. 

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Anonymous said...

Oh, Mr. Quitely. I love you.

I mean.... uhhh... arm wrestling. I love arm wrestling.

twobitspecialist said...

Never seen anything like this before. It boggles my mind. And I like it.

Anonymous said...

What happened to the Moments of the Week? Nothing good happened last week or something?

Kirk Warren said...

Im actually writing up the post now. I didnt have time to do them this weekend. Should be up in 30 mins or so.

Anonymous said...

Have not read WE3 yet, but I really love the batman run and final crisis by morrison.

Planing to do it soon as I have heard only great things about it.


Servando Gomez said...

I love WE3 and this is a shining example of why it was awesome. Great Moment of the day that i would have never thought to add.

Other than that, will old moments from the Moment of the week show up one day as moment of the day? I mean idk why but i'm fondly remembering the moment Hope and X-23 you featured one time. You said something about you would buy the ongoing if they made it.

Kirk Warren said...

@Servando Gomez - I'm going to try and stick with things roughly a minimum of 3 years old or more. While I dont shy away from spoilers, putting them up on the front page in a MotD from relatively recent stories isnt what I want to do. People can avoid the Moments of the Week or particular reviews if they dont want to be spoiled on those stories currently, but wouldnt be able to with MotDs. There will probably be some early to mid 2000's Moments of the Day though and the older MotW will eventually find there way into the cycle down the road.

BUNo. 4 said...

A wonderful example of a character moving between moments.

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