My 3 favourite panels from James Stokoe’s Avengers #1, Marvel 100th Anniversary special:
Top: I really like the composition of this one (below)- the moloids attacking inwardly from the left in a wave, almost like a right-directional arrow and Strange, Rogue and Beta Ray Bill forming a repelling triangle. Note how the backgrounds hazier and out of focus, lighter colours, and the figures and foreground sharp and viibrant.
Middle: This one is lovely- Dr Strange, centred (you see what I did there), floating as he draws upon his powers to prepare for what he’s about to do. It invokes a sense of serenity, despite the psychedelic and comsic implications. The softer tone is achieved by breaking up the rays so that they’re not strong solid blocks of colour, and using slightly lighter shades.
Bottom: And my final pick: again the three Avengers centered at the top and everybody else at the bottom- this is almost another triangle shape. Those pops of red I talked about earlier come into play here, as they differentiate Strange, Rogue, and Bill from all else. Also: giant turtle.