Every week, we take a look at some of the most bizarre, exciting, and downright unique things to happen in comics. Check out our choices of the strange and wacky things that shouldn't be overlooked from this week's releases.
There may be some tiny spoilers ahead.
In this Civil War II tie-in, we're seeing some of the reactions over the casualties in recent issues. Iron Fist was hit hard by the fact that She-Hulk is still in a coma after thinking about some interactions they had.
Best Way to Deal With Getting Attacked by a Car
Power Man and Iron First are in their new Power-Fist mobile. Even though Iron Fist modified it, Luke Cage doesn't trust him to drive/fly it.
Best Hug, Part 2
The group hug in Power Man and Iron Fist wasn't the only touching moment this week. Logan is still adjusting to being in the present/his past. After being manipulated into killing his loved ones, he avoided interacting with certain people. Seeing Jubilee, he finally allows himself to accept this present isn't necessarily the same reality as his past.
Best Response When Someone Orders You to Surrender
Batman recently joined up with Batwoman and Red Robin to help ensure some of the younger fighters like Cassandra Cain and Spoiler are ready for the new threat that's headed their way. Cassandra finds herself surrounded when the Colony makes their attack sooner than expected. She has no problem jumping into a fight against them.
Best Reason Not to Let Groot Answer Your Phone
While Rocket is fighting off an alien attack, Groot notices their phone ringing. Answering it, the caller is having a difficult time with the conversation.
Best Return of a Classic Costume
For the last two years, Dick Grayson has been operating as an agent of Spyral in the Grayson series. He gave up being Nightwing when his identity was exposed, and the world believed he was killed. Now it's time for him to return to the guise of Nightwing. Along with that, he's also returning to the blue color scheme instead of the red he used in the New 52 books.
Best Question about M.O.D.O.K.
M.O.D.O.K., as you may know, stands for Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing. Gwenpool has been working for him as a mercenary. When he discovered she doesn't have any superpowers, he decided she should be fired. You do have to wonder how the heck he manages to keep so many weapons inside of himself.
Best Pokemon Reference
Many may be obsessed with Pokemon Go, but Gwenpool is too busy fighting for her life to play the game. As she fights against M.O.D.O.K., she pulls out the enchanted skull of her dead friend and unleashes it in a way Ash Ketchum would admire.
Best New Superhero Debut
Not all superheroes can be completely honest and noble. Kenan Kong was a bit of a bully and self-centered before getting powers from a secret government organization in Shanghai, China. We'll have to see what sort of hero he becomes.
Best "Snap into a Slim Jim" Reference, Part 1
Peter Quill, Star-Lord, is fighting for his life. When things start looking up, he can't resist uttering the line made famous by Macho Man Randy Savage.
Best "Snap into a Slim Jim" Reference, Part 2
Deadpool decided to seek out Ulysses, the new Inhuman that can predict the future. He ends up fighting Black Panther, who isn't too happy Deadpool decided to break into the Ultimates' headquarters. During the fight, Deadpool also yells out Macho Man's Slim Jim line.
Best Game of Thrones Reference
While Deadpool is fighting Black Panther, he feels challenged to try to annoy him. He starts talking possible plot developments for Game of Thrones which quickly concerns Black Panther.
Best Classic Sound Effect
If you've ever watched The Six Million Dollar Man, you know the sound Steve Austin makes when he uses his bionic limbs. If you're going to adapt the show into a comic, you have to have the sound.
Best Surprise Gathering of Heroes
Through a vision from Ulysses, it seems the Hulk might be responsible for killing pretty much all the Avengers. They track down Bruce Banner, and he's surprised to see everyone that decided to show up for a little talk.
How do you think the talk's going to go? You can find out here.
Most Interesting Choice for a Ringtone
Cindy Moon gets a phone call and we discover her choice of ringtones--Chumbawumba's "Tubthumping." You can't really blame her since she spent ten years locked up in a bunker.
That's it this week. Let us know in the comments below what other Best Stuff you dug this past week. If you want to participate or felt we missed some other Best Stuff, don't complain, contribute, especially if you didn't offer any suggestions. Each week you can @reply me on Twitter at @GManFromHeck by Saturdays using the hashtag #BestStuffInComics. We'll give you a shout out and I'll think you're pretty groovy.
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