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  1. Especially as Roy is a media outlet unto himself....

    Especially as Roy is a media outlet unto himself. If he's going to publish an interview, I'd imagine it would either be in Alter Ego or at least done in conjunction with AE, which is, if people...
  2. I could have sworn that there was a National...

    I could have sworn that there was a National "John Henry" adaptation the precedes DC's Silver Age of superheroes, but I can't find any reference online. It have been that he challenged Superman to...
  3. From Diamond, which distributes in the US and...

    From Diamond, which distributes in the US and Canada. Sales in the hundred thousands for their best books. Compare that to a hot Euro release-- sales in the millions. Even within the Disney/Marvel...
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    The Beard Hunter's crusade against facial hair...

    The Beard Hunter's crusade against facial hair seems a bit petty to me.

    If you don't get it, read better comics!
  5. I'm an old reader. I look for good books. Don't...

    I'm an old reader. I look for good books. Don't really care how they fit into the overall puzzle. (Or who publishes them, really.) If someone wants to make the puzzle part of the storyline-- say,...
  6. There's a Kubert at Marvel, and a Romita at DC...

    There's a Kubert at Marvel, and a Romita at DC right now!

    How have comics survived?????
  7. Wow. Marvel is the preferred comic book...

    Wow. Marvel is the preferred comic book company-- by numbers I'd assume-- if you don't read comics from Europe, Asia, or South America. By quality, I'd argue that Marvel isn't even the best company...
  8. Is Neil Gaiman writing it? Because if so,...

    Is Neil Gaiman writing it? Because if so, absolutely.
  9. Hicksville by Dylan Horrocks.

    Hicksville by Dylan Horrocks.
  10. Maybe Parker, but when Mark Waid is angry with...

    Maybe Parker, but when Mark Waid is angry with someone in editorial or managment, we tend to hear about it.
  11. God, this was fantastic, truly deepening the...

    God, this was fantastic, truly deepening the Sandman cosmology. I think I need to re-read the issue a few more times to unpack the whole thing, but I'm so impressed with what both Gaiman and...
  12. You don't really work at Image, though, unless...

    You don't really work at Image, though, unless you're working for one of the founders, Robert Kirkman, or Richard Starkings on one of their properties. Basically, you're working for yourself, and...
  13. I'm not sure that was actually the case. It...

    I'm not sure that was actually the case. It might have been marketed as a permanent change when it first appeared to gain hype, but I think it was always meant to be a limited storyline. I remember...
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    I guess that explains why there was no skiing...

    I guess that explains why there was no skiing cover.
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    This would have been my go-to moment for Shako,...

    This would have been my go-to moment for Shako, the Only Bear on the CIA's Death List (gotta love Pat Mills), but sadly, his brutal exploits never really centered on winter sports. Then, I thought,...
  16. I had no problem with Electric Superman. I...

    I had no problem with Electric Superman. I didn't particularly like the outfit, but the writers involved made lemonade, particularly Morrison on JLA. It was an okay storyline overall.
  17. Poll: I think it was more of a perfect timing thing. ...

    I think it was more of a perfect timing thing. Sales weren't great, and Soule leaving gave them a good reason to end the book. That's why I expect it will be relaunched with a new creative team and...
  18. Yes, absolutely. To explain that a little bit:...

    Yes, absolutely.

    To explain that a little bit: I believe that it's always been the case that an enduring character can still remain recognizable despite changes to its premise, even within the New...
  19. Do I trust writers to tell entertaining stories...

    Do I trust writers to tell entertaining stories featuring DC characters? Yes, absolutely.

    Do I trust writers to adhere to a narrow personal vision of what I percieve a character should be? No,...
  20. That's inspired casting. Viola is actually the...

    That's inspired casting. Viola is actually the best actor/actress involved with the project, and it had a ridiculously high level of talent already. She may not have the physical characteristics of...
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    If you already have AF! and Grimjack and plan to...

    If you already have AF! and Grimjack and plan to get Jon Sable, then Nexus is the best book you haven't read. The Michael Moorcock adaptations are also worth a look-- Titan is putting out an omnibus...
  22. Poll: Easily Charles Soule's Swamp Thing, which has...

    Easily Charles Soule's Swamp Thing, which has been the best in-universe book over the past year. I'm not surprised that it's being cancelled with Soule moving on, and I suspect it will be relaunched...
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    Monkey Astronaut.

    Monkey Astronaut.
  24. Tough to say by one issue. It has a lot of...

    Tough to say by one issue. It has a lot of potential and great art, but the first issue is mostly set-up. The GCPD Internal Affairs angle is a cool way to dive into the occult side of Gotham, in my...
  25. Wow. DC's culled almost all the non-Vertigo...

    Wow. DC's culled almost all the non-Vertigo titles I read from them. Not surprised to see them go, but seriously, is there room for anything different in the DCU?
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