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    God, I loved this. It's so obvious that Morrison...

    God, I loved this. It's so obvious that Morrison is building this story almost completely from internet forum comments. In fact, I think our fellow poster Marvel Is may have made a spiritual cameo...
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    Start at the beginning. Dark Horse has been...

    Start at the beginning. Dark Horse has been collecting it in omnibii, and they're up to volume 6. The first series starts to run out of steam around issue 50 and The Next Nexus mini, but it's still...
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    It doesn't get creepier than this... 11837

    It doesn't get creepier than this...

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  4. Yeah, I'm intrigued. I wish it was Jodo writing,...

    Yeah, I'm intrigued. I wish it was Jodo writing, but Jerry Frisson is a very good writer, too.
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    Gold Star for Robot Boy.

    Gold Star for Robot Boy.
  6. I've been saying for years that the problem is...

    I've been saying for years that the problem is not the tone of so many superhero series, but the general lack of imagination in them. You can give me a bleak, depressing story as well as it's also...
  7. I think that was a more a matter of DeFalco/Frenz...

    I think that was a more a matter of DeFalco/Frenz following up Walt Simonson's definitive run. I really like that run up until Eric Masterson takes over full time after "The Black Galaxy Saga". I...
  8. I've been expecting him to break out since the...

    I've been expecting him to break out since the '90s. I kinda marvel at the guys who have broken out since then while Leo's art remains a cult thing. His work alone will get me to buy a project.
  9. If I were to rank the major runs, I'd go: 1)...

    If I were to rank the major runs, I'd go:

    1) Delano
    2) Ennis
    3) Diggle
    4) Jenkins
    5) Ellis
    6) Azzerello
    7) Milligan
    8) Carey
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    Aaron Kashtan. YHiL was a tremendously...

    Aaron Kashtan. YHiL was a tremendously underrated title.
  11. The Secret History by Pecau and Kordey. This is...

    The Secret History by Pecau and Kordey. This is an obvious source of inspiration for Hickman's work. There's three beautiful HC omnibii from Archaia.

    The Invisibles
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    Michael Moorcock's "Second Ether" trilogy: Blood:...

    Michael Moorcock's "Second Ether" trilogy: Blood: A Southern Fantasy, Fabulous Harbours, and The War Amongst the Angels. It also ties into the Michael Moorcock's Multiverse comic series (with art by...
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    No, there was a clear shift in DC's editiorial...

    No, there was a clear shift in DC's editiorial mandate at the beginning of the '70s, and it was largely to adopt what Marvel had been successful with. This coensided with a lot of editorial...
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    I'd be the first to admit that DC's handling of...

    I'd be the first to admit that DC's handling of John Constantine hasn't been all that good, but I'm more interested in the exchange of creative talent. It's been a while since we've seen such a...
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    It's really good, in my opinion. If you're...

    It's really good, in my opinion. If you're looking for action, you're not going to find it, but if you like works that challenge their reality, it's really wonderful. I can't imagine truly...
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    To be fair to Marvel on this, it was more a...

    To be fair to Marvel on this, it was more a matter of Storm being percieved as Claremont's character. He had called "dibs" on her for X-Treme, and beyond that, you're talking about two creators who...
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    I only remember it was Weisman because of two...

    I only remember it was Weisman because of two things:

    1) He went on to become a major player in animation.

    2) His story involving Death of the Endless lead to the "handshake deal" with Neil...
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    It's great, and I can't recommend it highly...

    It's great, and I can't recommend it highly enough. It is an ongoing with a current bi-monthly schedule, but that's going to evolve over time.
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    Greg Weisman co-wrote the book with Bates the...

    Greg Weisman co-wrote the book with Bates the longer it went on.
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    I'm just glad that DC is finally getting around...

    I'm just glad that DC is finally getting around to reprinting his Swamp Thing run.
  21. Wow, that's going back. Great Chaykin art. ...

    Wow, that's going back. Great Chaykin art.

    I'm going to push it back a little bit earlier and mention Bat Lash by Aragones, O'Neil, and Cardy. Such a fantastic Western, and before its time as...
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    I'm hoping we'll get some collections of...

    I'm hoping we'll get some collections of Broderick's best material. Particularly the Ragman mini he did with Giffen and Fleming-- love that series.
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    I've always liked his work, too. I don't think...

    I've always liked his work, too. I don't think he's done much in comics since the mid-90s.
  24. Dial H, I, Vampire, and OMAC recently. ...

    Dial H, I, Vampire, and OMAC recently.

    All-time? Chronos, Deadenders, Xombi (both series), Outlaw Nation
  25. I have no idea, but I wanted to stop by and say...

    I have no idea, but I wanted to stop by and say that DC really, really, really needs to collect The Atlantis Chronicles.
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