Every week we at Geekanerd rip panels from our comics and put them on display here, recognizing the best, worst, and weirdest moments of the week. Click the pics for high res goodness, and beware SPOILERS.
Aunt May is a GMILF - Amazing Spider-Man #548
Looks like Spidey's deal with the devil not only saved his auntie's life but also took 30 years off her age and injected her with some sex magic. I guess the devil felt bad for taking away his hot model wife. Seriously, look at the coy smile she's giving that well-dressed suitor. For comparison's sake, here is the toothless old hag she used to be:
Hit the jump for impressive feats of magic, awkwardness and product placement...
Product Placement Double Trouble - Amazing Spider-Man #548
It's no World War Old Spice, but I'm still impressed with Marvel that they were able to cram TWO ADS into ONE COMIC PANEL. Find815.com is a LOST viral marketing site/ARG thingy, which is actually pretty cool and worth a visit if you're a fan of the show. And before some ninnies come around and start talking about product placement adding to the realism of the world, tell me why the hell a cabbie would have a bumper sticker advertising a TV show's website and why he's driving a Chevy when every other cabbie in New York is driving a Ford. Oh, and that's not even to mention why he'd have a vanity plate glorifying the recent superhero schism that destroyed sections of the city and led to Captain America's death.
Celebrity Cameo Alert - Damage Control #1
There's our man, floppy red hair and beady eyes and all.
The Ultimate Secret of Magic - John Constantine: Hellblazer #240
Ooh ooh ooh, now imagine Keanu Reeves saying it!
Awkwaaaaaard - Damage Control #1