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    Autumnlands
    Moonshine
    And, huh... The IDW book about a planet ruled by an immortal diarchy whose agents fight hive-minded enemies, mythological creatures from Tartarus, sometimes with the help of the embodiement of Chaos.

    And, to finish my favorites
    Groo
    Usagi Yojimbo
    Favorite books right now: Wonder Woman, Groo, Usagi Yojimbo, Super Sons

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    Ninjak
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    G.I. Joe (Hama's book)
    Outcast
    Stumptown/ Lazarus

    So actually 4 but oh well, first ones out of my DCBSERVICE order every month

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    Letter 44
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    I've always been interested in picking up Letter 44

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    Quote Originally Posted by cc008 View Post
    I've always been interested in picking up Letter 44
    Its terrific. Not sure how to describe it. Its weird high level government sci fi. More of a story then say Planetary (which id say is a series of adventures) and less cartoony then Manhattan Projects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultimates View Post
    Its terrific. Not sure how to describe it. Its weird high level government sci fi. More of a story then say Planetary (which id say is a series of adventures) and less cartoony then Manhattan Projects.
    That last part is good to hear. I was interested in Manhattan Projects until I saw how cartoony it was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MajorHoy View Post
    That's really hard to answer when you're dealing with schedules that aren't always monthly; many mini-/limited-series; and many other variables that you get with non-DC / non-Marvel titles.

    I guess probably at the moment I'd go with:
    * The Fade-Out
    * Lobster Johnson
    and maybe
    * Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10
    though Will Eisner's The Spirit and Dead Vengeance could be close,
    and I only just started buying Joe Golem Occult Detective this month.
    Wow.

    Two years later, and my "Top 3 Independent Titles" list has definitely changed.
    The Fade-Out ended its run, and I'm no longer following Buffy the Vampire Slayer (which is up to "Season 11" now).

    Aside from the occasional comic book from Dynamite, most of my independent title purchases these days are Mike Mignola-related books from Dark Horse.

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    Doctor Who the 10th Doctor
    Doctor Who the 12th Doctor
    James Bond
    "I spent so much time looking ahead that I forgot to watch my own back." TONY STARK

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    Motor Girl
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    I've actually started reading far more books from indy publishers of late so the choice this time around was more difficult.

    Accell-from Lion Forge
    Alters-from Aftershock
    Ninjak-from Valiant

    Current Top 25 Titles:Accell/Super Sons/Red Hood and the Outlaws/Incidentals/New Super-Man/Superb/Green Lanterns/Batman and the Signal/Noble/Black Lightning/My Hero Academia/Ninja-K/Monstress/Gotham City Garage/Alters/Batman/Kino/ASM: Renew Your Vows/Summit/Bloodshot: Salvation/Moon Knight/Astonisher/Falcon/Nightwing: The New Order/Tales of Suspense


    Oh my goodness gracious! I've been bamboozled!

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    2 of the 3 aren't regularly out right now and 1's unlikely to return ever but...

    1) Dynamo 5 (pretty much gone for good)
    2) Edison Rex (essentially on permanent hiatus until its online version catches up to where the print was which'll be a VERY long time)
    3) Princeless/ Raven the Pirate Princess (slowly releasing but awesome as heck)

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    I can't for Ninjak to start back up. It was awesome.
    "I spent so much time looking ahead that I forgot to watch my own back." TONY STARK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Stone View Post
    Ask me again after Atari Force, Rom and Micronauts come out. I'll either love 'em or hate 'em.
    Well... it's been two years since I posted this...

    Still no Atari Force. And not holding my breath since the titles Dynamite and/or Atari chose to launch their line did very little to garner interest.
    Micronauts and Rom... were okay in story, but the art on both didn't appeal to me. Too bad they have to have the toned-down art like the rest of the Hasbro titles. Santiperez (Diablo House) would be nice on Micronauts and Stephen Thompson (Satellite Falling) would be nice on Rom.

    And it would be nice if Dynamite finished reprinting Dreadstar. At least up to #30 or 31 to complete Starlin's run.
    Currently reading: Camelot 3000, Dreadstar, Omega Men, Robotech

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