Panel from Fred Hembeck Destroys the Marvel Universe one-shot (July 1989), script and pencils by Fred Hembeck, inks by Vince Colletta and Joe Staton, colors by Gregory Wright and Steve Mellor, letters by Janice Chiang and Rick Parker
Panels from The Fantastic Fourth Voyage of Sinbad (September 2001), script by Chris Claremont, pencils by Pascual Ferry, inks by Scott Hanna, colors by Liquid!, letters by Richard Starkings, John Roshell, and Albert Deschesne
As far as my movie-watchin' dollar goes, one of my favorite Wolverine moments oughta be in the upcoming film:
Panels from [Uncanny] X-Men #129 (January 1980), co-plot and script by Chris Claremont, co-plot and pencils by John Byrne, inks by Terry Austin, colors by Bob Sharen, letters by Tom Orzechowski
What's that you say? That's a Storm/Kitty scene? (Well, aren't they all in a Claremont comic?) No, look closerzoom in with your ruby-quartz binoculars and you'll see Wolverine (and pal Colossus) in the background of the panel:
...and if you really take a close look, that ain't Martha Stewart Living that the old Canucklehead is perusing while young Peter gapes:
All of which, of course, is apt to attract the attention of Earth-616's version of Mr. Whipple, the Don't Squeeze the Charmin guy:
Anyway, we get the picture. Wolverine is all man, bub. Which leads me, by the way, to salute good friend and fantabulous blogger Dorian on this momentous occasion of the fifth anniversary of his mighty web-thingee, (postmodernbarney.com), all with a riff on one of the mightiest and mirthful memes he's given us over the last half-decade. We all know how it starts out, right? Say it with me: "Always remember..."
Yup! Absolutely no gay subtext in this here movie, nosirree, not one bit.
So, I was readin' the latest issue of Esquire ("The magazine for sophisticated little stuffed bulls") and came across this chart that purports to "Rate the Star Trek Hotties":
Huh. Me, I think they forgot somebody. As you know, yours little stuffed truly never shys away from correcting Esquire magazine, so in the spirit of restoring the icon they've criminally overlooked, I whipped up this revised version:
There. That's better. The original and still the finest, in both definitions of the word.
Panel from Fantastic Four #538 (August 2006), script by J. Michael Straczynski, pencilled by Mike McKone, inked by Kris Justice, Andy Lanning, and Cam Smith, colored by Paul Mounts, lettered by Rus Wooton