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    Far from it. The 'hype' is dying, but Image iMO publishes the best content.
    That is the land of lost content, I see it shining plain, the happy highways where I went and cannot come again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smoking Gun View Post
    I believe you mean Valiant not Vertigo.
    No, I meant Vertigo (which started in 1993). Every title in the Vertigo imprint was of course set its own world, but if you were a fan of some of them you were probably a fan of a lot of them, because they shared sort of a mission to be weird, unrestrained, complex, and intriguing. Image comics nowadays are a lot like that, and it's good for fans of that kind of books to have a publisher that attracts creative talent who want to produce stories like that. Long may it continue!

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    I used to have mostly Marvel titles on my pull list and only a few Image titles but now the majority is Image with 1 Marvel title . Never read must of the older Image . But rather enjoying the current titles .

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    Quote Originally Posted by seismic-2 View Post
    No, I meant Vertigo (which started in 1993). Every title in the Vertigo imprint was of course set its own world, but if you were a fan of some of them you were probably a fan of a lot of them, because they shared sort of a mission to be weird, unrestrained, complex, and intriguing. Image comics nowadays are a lot like that, and it's good for fans of that kind of books to have a publisher that attracts creative talent who want to produce stories like that. Long may it continue!
    My apologies. What I have read from Vertigo is also mostly disjointed where each book has its own universe. Which of the Vertigo books shared a universe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smoking Gun View Post
    My apologies. What I have read from Vertigo is also mostly disjointed where each book has its own universe. Which of the Vertigo books shared a universe.
    That was my point - Vertigo comics didn't share a "universe"; instead, they shared an attitude, namely a commitment to presenting stories characterized by a general atmosphere of anything-can-happen, weirdness abounds, things can be hard to figure out, so sit back and enjoy the ride. That's the same attitude (rather than a universe) that's shared by Image creators today, and it's an approach to comics publishing that I continue to appreciate.

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