When I saw the thread's title, Mike Grell's Warlord is the first thing step hat came to mind.
I wouldn't have traded those double page spreads for anything, even if in a 17-page comic they ate up a lot of space!!!
When I was in college, with access to a comic shop, I started buying up Grell's complete run on the title. I xeroxed a bunch of those spreads to hang up in my dorm room, because the art was so amazing. Only problem was the newsprint led to a lot of bleed-through, on the copies. I still say DC should have marketed those as posters; would have made a fortune, especially in the series' heyday.
"Fortunately, ah keep mah feathers numbered for just such an emergency!"
I know I'm in a minority on this, but I've never liked that "Ultron we would have words with thee" scene.
For one thing, the statement itself doesn't make much sense to me: do they really want to have words with him? Isn't it more true that they intend to pound him into submission in true superhero fashion? I suppose it's meant to be an ironic understatement, but it never sounds right to me whenever I read it.
And then there's Perez's artwork: I'm a fan, but this isn't one of his better moments, IMO. The bulging muscles on Thor's arms are ridiculously exaggerated, to my taste, and the Black Panther is wearing some kind of gold bands - it's always a mistake to mess with the simplicity of his classic look. I much prefer the earlier Perez, as seen in the Man-Wolf pages conveniently available for viewing on this very same page (except for the earliest one inked by Klaus Jansen, those look a little sketchy).