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    Quote Originally Posted by henryeatscereal View Post
    Oh yes, Miller/Janson run is the one i meant!

    Miller and Romita's "Man Without Fear" is not a run, it's more like a mini-series (and a retelling of the origin), Miller/Janson run is longer and lasted from 1979 to 1983, there's many compilations, some come in TBP or Omnibus.

    If you don't want to read the whole run you can just check out "Born Again", that's a story inside Miller/Janson run that is a must for the character.

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    https://www.marvel.com/comics/collec...rade_paperback
    ahhh i see, yup iíll give them a go, thank you


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    FUCK NO! God damn I just saw him a while back at a comic con. This is terrible.



    Fuck fuck fuck.

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    Him and Denny O Neil, truly defined Batman

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    AAAAAAHHHHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA... finally done this binge of comics. 147 individual issues (the most comics I've ever read... ever).

    Did it do what I wanted it to? Too early to tell I think (in one sense it did, watching McFarlane's style and ideas evolve was a secondary goal)... did I enjoy it? Why yes I did. I'm looking forward to whenever I do another binge on the Age of Apocalypse stuff (older and newer). Will I pick any more? Ooo... tough to say. A strong maybe, if I see things that look interesting (Marvel 1602 might do it).

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    Obviously, everyone will have heard this news already. What a week though, first Neal Adams and then George Perez. RIP George!

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    just started reading Bone, has anyone read it?


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    some absolutely hilarious shops in this thread.

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    Oh boy. Tim Sale in the hospital with ‘serious health problems’. Fuckssakes…


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    Quote Originally Posted by october_midnight View Post
    Oh boy. Tim Sale in the hospital with ‘serious health problems’. Fuckssakes…

    FUCK. He didn't make it.


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    Ugh, feels like we've lost so many iconic comic creators lately.

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    Oh No.

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    anyone got Marvel Unlimited?


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    Quote Originally Posted by [parasite] View Post
    anyone got Marvel Unlimited?


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    i was only wondering if the full run of Moon Knight: Marc Spector was on there? but from what iíve read, itís not, itís not even been collected in any omnibus of any kind, anyone have any idea where i might be able to find them?


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    Quote Originally Posted by [parasite] View Post
    but from what i’ve read, it’s not, it’s not even been collected in any omnibus of any kind, anyone have any idea where i might be able to find them?
    Looks like there were some physical omnibus's (I don't know about the specific Marc Spector part) that came just kinda recently... link

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    Comics!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by MrLobster View Post
    Looks like there were some physical omnibus's (I don't know about the specific Marc Spector part) that came just kinda recently... link
    i think the Epic collections are starting to be published but in the next edition with is due in September, thereís only the first 7 issues.

    thank you for looking


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    made the pilgrimage to Mile High Comics while on family vacation a week ago. place is huge, a little overwhelming, but overall pretty awesome! Bought Spider-Man: Blue HC

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    I've been going through the Humanoids Megabundle Featuring The Incal - Humble Bundle books the past couple of weeks and I have to say it's weird.

    I'm currently going through the Metabarons set of books and they're pretty wild. I read Othon & Honorata (goodreads groups them like that) a month ago and my thoughts are that it's a really long story that is impressive in scope and artistry. I wish the conceit of the story - the robots telling the story, that is - wasn't as grating though. The one robot keeps saying "yo this is so exciting I'm going to blow a gasket!" and the other one keeps telling it to shut up. It's like if R2 *AND* 3PO could talk and were both complete trash robots.

    I get some of the stilted language is due to translation but it sticks out when it happens. Not enough for me to say "oh this is terrible!" but enough to call it out.

    Finished Aghnar & Oda yesterday. I still think the overall storytelling conceit of the two robots needs to be jettisoned. The best part of the book was when the one removed the vocal circuits (or whatever) of the one who keeps interrupting.

    The stories themselves are still interesting, though there are certainly parts where you think "oh so you're telling ~15 stories in seven pages because there are two panels per page with a small "the battle of ___, and the battle of ___" with each panel. Cool.

    I will say that every time they show Aghnar reach down and 'boop' his feet off made me laugh. such an unnecessary panel to include but I love that it's there, every time.

    I can't choose between a 3 and 4 because of the robots so 3.5 it is.

    I also read Alexandro Jodorowsky's Screaming Planet Vol. 1 and Vol. 2. Interesting that it was split up that way since the book itself doesn't appear to be split? even the digital files vol 2 just kind of starts. Anyway, This is a rag-tag bunch of stories and artists. Some of them are downright amazing - The Invasion / Robochrist / The Loyal Khondor - while others are just weird for weird's sake - Eucharist Sun/ The Debt. Though Tears of Gold is also good in that the story has a better 'moral' than the rest with a beginning/middle/end for the horrible family therein. (Spoilers for Thor 4 - this story came to mind at certain parts of the film)

    The general conceit is laid out in the first story and the way that pushes through to the others is a very interesting way to give the stories their impetus.

    Basic question about Metabarons: WTF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wampa View Post
    made the pilgrimage to Mile High Comics while on family vacation a week ago. place is huge, a little overwhelming, but overall pretty awesome! Bought Spider-Man: Blue HC
    They're also notorious for overcharging for everything they sell. It's a cool place to visit, but I would never buy anything there. Also it's insane how horrible their website continues to be. They legit haven't updated it since the 90s, I'm pretty sure.

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    Motherfucker. Alan Grant has died. This has been a terrible stretch in the comic world as of late.


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