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Freeze Frame 12/16/2017

From the Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #27 by Erica Henderson & Rico Renzi

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Freeze Frame 12/9/2017

From Mirror #10 by Emma Rios

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Freeze Frame 12/1/2017

From Batman Annual #2 by Lee Weeks & Elizabeth Breitweiser

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This Week’s Finest: Hawkeye #12

From Hawkeye #12 by Julian Totino Tedesco

by Kelly Thompson, Michael Walsh & Jordie Bellaire

I don’t think anyone who read Hawkeye #12 would be surprised I hereby dub thee best comic of the week. I won’t lie, it was a great week of comics. East of West returned  as a somewhat hilarious father and son journey to self discovery. Generation Gone and Kill The Minotaur concluded in artistically astonishing fashion. Batman Who Laughs legitimately horrified me. Joelle Jones was brilliant, as usual, on Batman and Bug, well, I don’t have to tell you how great Bug always is. But, in the midst of all these final chapters, one shots and climactic issues is Hawkeye #12, which breaks from the regular action to tell a fun team up story between Kate, Laura (Wolverine), Gabby (Mini Wolverine) and an actual wolverine.

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Freeze Frame 11/17/2017

From East of West #35 by Nick Dragotta & Frank Martin

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Freeze Frame 11/11/2017

From Injection #15 by Declay Shalvey & Jordie Bellaire

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Freeze Frame 11/3/2017

From Batman #34 by Joelle Jones & Jordie Bellaire

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Freeze Frame 10/28/2017

From Justice League Of America #17 by Ivan Reis, Julio Ferreira, Oclair Albert & Marcelo Mailo

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This Week’s Finest: Jean Grey #8

by Dennis Hopeless, Victor Ibanez & Chris Sotomayar

Imagine placing Grant Morrison created characters into a Christopher Nolan written film. Sounds awesome, I know. Then imagine the story revolving around a teenage girl being telepathically guided by an older, dead version of herself. Throw in some expressive art and perfectly restrained coloring and you have Jean Grey #8.

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