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    oh my memory! NEXT WAVE! NEXT WAVE!! NEXT...

    oh my memory! NEXT WAVE! NEXT WAVE!! NEXT WAVE!!!
  2. ^^^^ like like like!

    ^^^^ like like like!
  3. heh-- sorry Marvel fans, but my initial reaction?...

    heh-- sorry Marvel fans, but my initial reaction? snooze...
    used to be a total Marvel fan. Ultimate Marvel went a long way toward dampening that, and after that, pretty much everything went into...
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    Poll: yay LooneyKoala! Big Alex + Ada fan, me. Glad...

    yay LooneyKoala! Big Alex + Ada fan, me. Glad to know there're others!
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    oooooo--Courtney Crumrin! yeah! also Colonia,...

    oooooo--Courtney Crumrin! yeah! also Colonia, Omega the Unknown (Gerber's run), Kane (Kane!!), Fell... way too many!!!
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    once upon a time I used to buy multiples of...

    once upon a time I used to buy multiples of comics I liked, largely so I could give them away and not worry about them coming back pristine mint. Alas, I now have a basement collection of LOTS of...
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    I found the art off-putting; but then, that's...

    I found the art off-putting; but then, that's been a problem for me nearly every-time a new Sonja or Conan story debuts. Still, didn't much care for it. Found the story very light, at this...
  8. Thread: Rat Queens

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    I really enjoy this series, but gotta admit that...

    I really enjoy this series, but gotta admit that I had a choice of comics to read last night, and passed on this one (hey--I've got all weekend to get to it!) as well as three others, because each...
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    I'm in complete agreement with "Banky" ("The big...

    I'm in complete agreement with "Banky" ("The big reveal sets in motion a pivotal shift for the character of Forever ...when it's ["Lazarus"] complete this will be the defining event for the direction...
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    In DC, I particularly liked "Welcome to...

    In DC, I particularly liked "Welcome to Tranquility"; elsewhere: her work on Red Sonja consistently surprised me with its better-than-I-expected quality.
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    I came to this absolutely unprepared, unbiased,...

    I came to this absolutely unprepared, unbiased, why, with regard to Squirrel Girl, absolutely ignorant. I also came to this after dropping EVERYthing Marvel several years ago except Captain Marvel...
  12. just another vote favoring the two showcase books...

    just another vote favoring the two showcase books [most of] Palmiotti/Gray (I found Jonah in Gotham tedious because I really like the western setting rather than the 'batman' city, but still, on...
  13. same situation: picked it up (on strength of...

    same situation: picked it up (on strength of Nancy Collins' writing, and hope), but not yet read it. have generally been disappointed by the "off-shoot" series, preferring to stick with the Red...
  14. is that the Clare Noto/Roy Thomas/Frank Thorne...

    is that the Clare Noto/Roy Thomas/Frank Thorne issue about the unicorn? Let me know if you're interested in others of that era: those were the issues that turned me into a...
  15. trying to avoid most $4 titles, but trek vs. apes...

    trying to avoid most $4 titles, but trek vs. apes is a silly enough 'go' that I'm a'goin' for it.
    will have to wait til next wed. to see it, but curious...
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    good enough to follow another two or three...

    good enough to follow another two or three issues, but for me, not good enough to preorder beyond that yet.
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    I'm another fan of Templesmith's artwork-- after...

    I'm another fan of Templesmith's artwork-- after nearly 45 years of comics reading, I've come to be able to appreciate many different styles and appearances, and for me, Templesmith's work is perfect...
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    I'm not as wildly crazy about this title as many,...

    I'm not as wildly crazy about this title as many, but it's enjoyable, certainly beautiful to look at, but not as beautiful to read; I'm finding it choppy, the lead character's actions often...
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    (posted this as reply to the review, different...

    (posted this as reply to the review, different heading above): while I haven't read the newest issue (under review here), this review does little to change my opinion of this newest series on the...
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    while I haven't read the newest issue (under...

    while I haven't read the newest issue (under review here), this review does little to change my opinion of this newest series on the Sandman as bloated, turgid, and adding little to my enjoyment of...
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    Pages from AUTUMN

    a very cool, moody, very quirky black and white comic with a very mysterious 'heroine' who maybe a witch, or perhaps herself a creation of magic, or just a lost soul in a mysterious world-- but a...
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    I really liked early Flagg, Grell's Jon Sable,...

    I really liked early Flagg, Grell's Jon Sable, early Grimjack, (& was it First which first published Lone Wolf in English?), but best of all for me was
    Mars, by Hempel and Wheatley.
    Definitely not...
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    Poll: astonishing-- I guess I got no image comics this...

    astonishing--
    I guess I got no image comics this week... hunh. odd.
    but I did get Drifter #1, which is promising, but didn't yet rank up there with favorites; and Low #1for$1 as yet not read.... ...
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    Astro City, and I still like Unwritten, though...

    Astro City, and I still like Unwritten, though that's closing up shop in a couple of issues, too.
    I too am finding "the new vertigo" in many Image titles these days; which's very ironic considering...
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    Pages from JAZZ AGE CHRONICLES (1990)

    Hi,
    Just posted some pages from my only three issues of Ted Slampyak's 1990 "Jazz Age Chronicles", a very cool sort-of detective series very much into conveying the 1920s era. check out some pages...
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