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  1. Poll: Piotr back with Kitty and Rogue back with Gambit...

    Piotr back with Kitty and Rogue back with Gambit were two really boring, old-hat match ups that I wanted to believe wouldn't happen because they were telegraphed from so far away. It hasn't been...
  2. Aside from maybe half a dozen giant properties,...

    Aside from maybe half a dozen giant properties, Image Comics don't really do better than YA or Vertigo in the market. We know that DC is configuring Milestone and the New Age lines to benefit...
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    I guess. But it's not like they've ever really...

    I guess. But it's not like they've ever really needed a reason to have other heroes show up in his book, they just do. Especially Batman, who's generally quite close to him.

    Rob Williams! Now if...
  4. By that logic he'd have to stay forever, because...

    By that logic he'd have to stay forever, because that type of position isn't likely to be found elsewhere.

    From the little I recognize, he did a good job at marvel back when he edited. The X-Men...
  5. Yeah, he was pretty weird but it fell under the...

    Yeah, he was pretty weird but it fell under the umbrella of harsh training for the most part. In Action #285 it all pays off, though.

    Don't remember seeing those two around. According to...
  6. So the topic itself, long as it is, straddled a...

    So the topic itself, long as it is, straddled a line between unflattering and mean spirited. But the wholly insulting grievances should be taken somewhere else.
  7. I actually bought the death and return omnibus to...

    I actually bought the death and return omnibus to fill in the big gaps of my original collection. Never read much funeral for a friend, but hopefully I get through that soon. The anniversary is...
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    *shrug* There are plenty of stories even now...

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    There are plenty of stories even now that I don't care about and somehow they never seem to come up with what I discuss. So I guess that was just speaking for myself, but it seems awfully...
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    Yeah but that's still seperate from discussing...

    Yeah but that's still seperate from discussing Doomsday Clock in a context by itself. If it's "going to suck" I'd just go find something that won't suck and not bother trying to tell people who are...
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    Yeah, that's what I'd probably expect and...

    Yeah, that's what I'd probably expect and definitely enjoy. It'd be a welcome change from the last ten years or so.

    If he came in on the 1988 celebration I've no doubt for 2018, it's just when...
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    At $5 I'm certainly going in cold. And ha!...

    At $5 I'm certainly going in cold.

    And ha! Adventures #496.



    I don't understand the gluttony for punishment. Why keep up with something you don't expect to like?
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    I didn't mean the golden age version but rather...

    I didn't mean the golden age version but rather how people call Byrne's Superman the Reagan hero. Which is what Byrne himself said. I didn't find it distracting but I guess for some that's a case of...
  13. Two trades from Supergirl in Adventure Comics....

    Two trades from Supergirl in Adventure Comics. Volume one could include #381-396 features as well as Superman #414 and #415. Volume two could be massive, with 397-424.
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  14. Unfortunately outside of my wildest dreams, they...

    Unfortunately outside of my wildest dreams, they won't be changing the format. I like monthly title pacing and for me, the only true problem has been what feels like the production of comics in a...
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    One of my criteria for a best version of Superman...

    One of my criteria for a best version of Superman is "fights Brainiac a lot," and he definitely did that in the bronze age. Superman and his antagonists felt like they could do almost anything. ...
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    There's a good idea of Superman there. Although I...

    There's a good idea of Superman there. Although I think Adam is a super intelligent man instead of a man with super intelligence. Superman in all his incarnations, to me, seems like a guy who would...
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    Yep, IDW collections. Of the material produced...

    Yep, IDW collections. Of the material produced before the 70s, I think my nostalgia from discovery will always make the newspapers best to me. But I can't help expecting to like the golden age more...
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    Eh... I like the first chapter, and it's good...

    Eh... I like the first chapter, and it's good that it's been reprinted several times. Strong start. The ending bits I've read about, and own through the best of DC digest (admittedly not the best...
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    So it looks like we can say that "good word" ...

    So it looks like we can say that "good word" about incriminating evidence people claimed was more gossip.

    For the sake of discussion about the ramifications on the comic line, let's please...
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    Ah. So obviously, there's going to be...

    Ah. So obviously, there's going to be ponytailicia and an emu. Not sure about the what I assume is a genie with three fingers or what looks like a small wolverine with two claws yet.
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    Superman: Prizefighter - Clark Kent develops his...

    Superman: Prizefighter - Clark Kent develops his powers during an amateur boxing match and kills his opponent. Because no one understands what's happened, he's sent to prison, where his powers are...
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    I've never been wise to the fan consensus of...

    I've never been wise to the fan consensus of Kryptonite Nevermore. Generally it seems that the Bronze Age is sometimes considered the best, I guess because of where his powers were?

    KN always had...
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    I don't know. Berganza stood out as one of the...

    I don't know. Berganza stood out as one of the few identified parties with a history of sexual misconduct. But sadly, for many it wasn't necessarily about separating the man from his actions, or his...
  24. Ahhh couldn't remember the number, thanks...

    Ahhh couldn't remember the number, thanks Spiderboy
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    I'd hope that people would be a little hesitant...

    I'd hope that people would be a little hesitant at least when it comes to mentioning names based on standing at DC. "I guess " and "probably" aren't proof of who knows what.
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