Welcome back to our (Electionacolypse Week) Geek House Guide! Before we get into it, this being such a historical week and all, here's President Elect Donald Trump squaring off with the Boogeyman at Wrestlemania 23:
No more election crap after the break! Enjoy!
My bro's hilarious and musical website, Farce the Music.
Even more 90's-era bands released music this year!
|Candlebox - Disappearing In Airports released April 22, 2016|
|Korn - Serenity of Suffering released October 21, 2016|
|Deftones - Gore released April 8, 2016|
|Nada Surf - Peaceful Ghosts released October 28, 2016|
Even more history as the Chicago Cubs win the World Series for the first time in 108 years. Here's Bill Murray's ecstatic reaction:
And Marvel Studios has reached its 14th #1 hit at the box office with Dr. Strange! Whoo-hoo!
And now, some of our favorite single-issue comic book stories:Brian, Superman (Vol. 2) #18 by John Byrne and Mike Mignola:
(make with the clicky to embiggen images)
Casey. Uncanny X-Men (Vol. 1) #205 by Chris Claremont and Barry Windsor-Smith:
Brian, Hellboy - Nature of the Beast (various stories) by Mike Mignola:
(The pancake story is just 2 pages, so hopefully Fair Use will apply here. If not, we'll gladly take it down and only post panels)
Casey, Avenging Spider-Man #11 by Zeb Wells and Steve Dillon:
Brian, Serenity - Downtime (By Joss Whedon and Chris Samnee) and Serenity - Float Out (By Patton Oswalt and Patric Reynold):
Casey, X-Factor (Vol. 1) #87 by Peter David and Joe Quesada:
Brian, Batman (Vol. 1) #457 by Alan Grant and Norm Breyfogle:
Brian, New X-Men #121 by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely:
Casey, Animal Man (Vol. 1) #5 by Grant Morrison and Chas Truog:
Brian, Superman: Peace On Earth by Alex Ross and Paul Dini:
Brian, Action Comics (Vol. 1) #800 by Joe Kelly and a bunch of artists:
Brian, Adventures of Superman #463 by Dan Jurgens and Art Thibert
Casey (finally, geez!), Deadpool (Vol. 2) #11 by Joe Kelly and Pete Woods (plus Stan Lee and John Romita, Sr. on Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #47):
Phew! That was a lot of comic book-ing! Hope you laughed, cried, gasped, and didn't get bored! Join us next week!
In the end...
Action stars saying "Let her go!" a lot: