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  1. 4 points
    can this thread be made only accesible to the members again please? i realize it's not a big hurdle, but i feel like the pictures of kids and us folks should be a little protected.
  2. 4 points
    C'mon, Ixnay. You're only fakin' that achin' for Chaykin. It's the thought of Nick Necro that's got you shakin' the bacon.
  3. 4 points
    Here's Johnny scaling my bookshelf like it's goddamned Mount Everest.
  4. 3 points
    He could just do the Constantines Past issues.
  5. 3 points
    I've said before that Carey's finale is probably my favorite ending to any Hellblazer run, in spite of the occasionally bumpy road leading up to it. "R.S.V.P." has a sense of finality to it, and I feel that in retrospect, if there was a place to satisfactorily end Hellblazer during its original run - this would be it. Looking forward to seeing what you make of the final three original Hellblazer runs.
  6. 2 points
    related my favorite rob leifield related article ever
  7. 2 points
    To be fair, that sort of thing is why we have a superego standing over our id with a blunt implement in its hand and a stern look in its eyes... (I think rather than a buried desire of Constantine's that was supposed to be his ousted shittiest bits exploiting Gemma's fantasies in pursuit of forced sex, though. At least, I hope it was.)
  8. 2 points
    John McCrea's recent #inktober tribute to Steve Dillon in the form of John
  9. 2 points
    Those are some really good points, Robinson does tend to mine the past of his characters, and that was one of the more damning aspects to Diggle's run. I'd counter, though, with the notion that Diggle's continuity dredging wasn't what made his run so forgettable, it was that he regurgitated past minutia while simultaneously sacrificing character moments for plot mechanics. I don't think Robinson would do that, because in his better works like Scarlet Witch and especially Starman, he grounded the series in heavy character pieces while also laying down all of the plots for his endgame. Robinson would bring the character's heart and humanity back, instead of just sending him on neverending quests. Or he'd write something like Justice League: Cry for Justice and make me look like a fucking idiot for suggesting him in the first place. It's a toss up.
  10. 2 points
    Yes, which shows that it can be hard to predict how well a writer will do writing a John Constantine story. Jason Aaron is a great writer, yet he wrote one of the worst Hellblazer stories.
  11. 2 points
    So a few things since we launched on Monday! We not only passed the 50% mark already, but we also found ourselves in the Projects We Love category! It's been getting a pretty good reception thus far, but definitely want to get closer to the initial goal as soon as we can, that way we get closer to possibly adding those extra pages of back up story with the crossovers with other indie comic characters. So if you can, definitely put a pledge in and share and tag people to see the project. It'd be much appreciated! Oh yeah, don't forget, money doesn't get taken out of your account if you pledge/donate/pre-order until the end of the campaign on October 25th and you can edit the amount any time after you've pledged until that date. So you can place it now just to calculate the numbers. Thanks, guys! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1942007293/isnana-the-were-spider-volume-2
  12. 2 points
    The Kickstarter is finally live! Be sure to pledge and spread the word through social media of all types, friends and family, etc. Any type of support would be greatly appreciated! And for anyone who missed out on the first volume, given that the book is sold out, you'll also be able to pledge for a copy of the first along with the new one! www.kickstarter.com/projects/1942007293/isnana-the-were-spider-volume-2
  13. 2 points
    Thanks guys! Yeah, he turned two back in May, and has definitively proved that the "Terrible Twos" does indeed exist. We had stair gates put up for awhile now, the tension kind that just use pressure to keep between the walls, and he figured out that he could just tear them right the fuck down and jaunt back and forth on the stairway. So I installed metal gates that are screwed into the wall, with hinges and a lock...and the little guy just crawled under them.
  14. 1 point
  15. 1 point
    I really like the tail end of the original series as well, but I think the Danny Ketch series is a lot better than it gets credit for, particularly (as Christian says) when it was obviously doomed to cancellation and the writer (Ivan Velez?) just went as gleefully batshit as he could towards the end.
  16. 1 point
    I got to speak with him about his run on Ghost Rider several years ago, he did an interview for my blog, and he was so nice and agreeable to all of the questions I had for him about what was an important and defining set of comics for me in my youth. I have nothing but the highest regard for DeMatteis, the guy is a class act.
  17. 1 point
    It's too bad you missed him at MCCC. I basically poured my heart out to him telling him what Seekers meant to me. He was quite appreciative. Nice fellow.
  18. 1 point
    I'm not sure it's fair to dismiss that objection as mere snobbery on your part. Ellis is doing a series called The Wildstorm, rebooting the old Wildstorm characters from the '90s one of whose main selling points (if I'm not misremembering and doing early Image titles a disservice) was that they had a coherent and workable internal continuity that didn't go back to the second world war and was nothing like the Marvel and DC universes that did, and wasn't full of characters who blatantly ripped that stuff off (apart from Rob Leifeld's "I told the careers advisor at school that I wanted to be Jack Kirby when I grew up and he told me not to be so fucking stupid when he finally stopped laughing" arse dribble, but the Extreme stuff very blatantly wasn't the Wildstorm stuff: some of the Wildstorm stuff was rather good, and even the real dreck like Hazzard wasn't half as shite as Leifeld's output).
  19. 1 point
    Not directly written by Warren, but he does have a story credit on it, and the issue does imitate the style of its parent book in both writing and art very closely: The Wild Storm: Michael Cray #1 (out of 12) The premise of this series is Michael Cray hunting down warped versions of classic DCU heroes that exist in the new Wild Storm U, while adjusting to the changes brought about to his life. This first issue introduces Cray vs. Green Arrow, who has been reimagined as a gentrifying San Franciscan millionaire (not too far off from current Silicon Valley types!) who flows weapons and narcotics into poor neighborhoods to drive up their crime rates (in order to launch political campaigns to crack down on said crime) and as a byproduct of PTSD from the island hunts kidnapped men "Most Dangerous Game" style . The Flash is next up in the third ish according to the solicits, and Batman was alluded to in this issue and I wouldn't be surprised if this series climaxes with Cray taking him on. I enjoyed this start, though I've always been a sucker for "evil alternate dimension-type" stories, and I will stick for the next issue to see how this first story resolves. I suppose though, that this series could always wind up "Warren angrily types for 12 issues about DC superheroes via proxy"
  20. 1 point
    Another thing that bugged me about the Gemma rape is given that John created his Demon self out of his own unwanted bits, does that mean that deep down in John's darkest subconscious that there was already some part of him that sexually desired his niece? I suppose it is possible that it was the Nergal-extracted demon blood part of Demon Constantine acting, but still - what a vomit inducing possibility, Milligan!
  21. 1 point
    With not one, but TWO episodes this time. It sounds like he'll play a bigger role than he did in the Arrow ep. Can't wait to watch just those two and never bother with the show again.
  22. 1 point
  23. 1 point
    Sorry folks, it's been pointed out that some of the more private stuff was now in the open part of the forum. So for now, privacy trumps search function, and the lock-up is where you'll have to do an extra click to see new stuff. I moved the creative endeavours thread, because that way your work is promoted to the wider world, how it was before the updates.
  24. 1 point
    No, no, they have Morrison edit the Mooreverse and let Geoff Johns actually write it: that'll really piss him off.
  25. 1 point
    So, I'm going out on a limb and saying that Legacy is a poorly planned idea. It's really just the exact same Marvel comics as a month ago, only with a new story-arc starting in the book (not always a reader friendly starting point either, simply a new story-arc), plus a new banner at the top of the covers to let you know the comic is part of "Legacy". All the same creative teams are still in place. Most of the books released don't even have "legacy" numbering. Instead of bringing back the titles of Uncanny X-Men, X-Men, or Inhumans (say) so that they can use "legacy" numbering on those titles, they just continue on with the same numbering as last month. Yeah, I can't see this being the spark that brings readers back to Marvel.
  26. 1 point
    No, that was the third Batman movie (the one with Danny Devito as the Penguin): the first movie involved dehydrated UN members, Adam West having problems disposing of a bomb safely, Julie Newmar as Catwoman and shark repellent batspray.
  27. 1 point
    Ancient Tomb of Santa Claus Discovered Beneath Turkish Church
  28. 1 point
    Hahaha hilarious !! Max told me he likes Batman cause he "is tall and he wears his shoes". fair enough
  29. 1 point
    some day he will propably refer to bogart as jonny blaze then?
  30. 1 point
    Jason, you summed up my thoughts on the Diggle run almost to the letter. It wasn't so much the call backs and constant springboarding off of old continuity, it was that the humanity seemed to be leeched from the series. There was that podcast that was released for Hellblazer's 25th anniversary that had a round table interview with Delano, Lloyd, Milligan, and Diggle, and listening to that really informed where Diggle was coming from as a writer on the book. He was a Hellblazer fanboy, particularly of Delano, and he kept saying "Jamie, did you know I did this in my run? I brought back the Golden Boy? I had him drinking gin n' tonics again?" Delano kind of brushed it all off, but you could tell that Diggle was very proud to have brought back all of that past stuff. Unfortunately, I think all of those plot mechanics really sucked the life out of Constantine as a character. Like you said, Jason, that bit at the end with John and Chas was a real breath of fresh air for the series, and I hated that Diggle couldn't have done more of THAT during his run. Who knows, though, maybe Diggle had more in him than I'm giving him credit for, his run was chopped halway through and according to him had some really heavy editorial pushback.
  31. 1 point
    Matt Wagner, yes please. Howard Chaykin, no, not so much. Speaking of John Smith, I was reading back through the Sean Phillips art book a few weeks ago, and it had a lot of talk about Smith and Hellblazer. Apparently, the Smith/Phillips team almost had the gig post-Delano, but the decision ultimately went to Ennis instead. Issue # 51 was taken from the series outline/proposal that Smith had submitted to Berger. I'd have really loved to see that run happen, personally.
  32. 1 point
    It'd certainly please those who've been demanding more Lady Constantine for the last decade and a half...
  33. 1 point
    The Newcastle two-parter is one of the Hellblazer stories I'm not too fond of for the reasons you mention, probably the worst of the twenty or so issue stretch that made up the Diggle era, though it was actually written by Jason Aaron. Though I did like how Aaron just magically resurrected John's old landlady, last seen dismembered via Nergal in the Delano days! (Carey also had a similar Unexplained Dead Character Resurrection though unlike Aaron he promptly returned said character to the dead) My favorite issues of Diggle's run were his opening arc (I treat the mobster opener and Ravenscar Casino as one story) plus the "Mortification of the Flesh" two-parter - it was nice seeing John and Ellie working together to scam the Vatican. With Diggle's Hellblazer, it's quite clear that he was a fan of Constantine and his stories were all competent but as you've mentioned the many callbacks and reuses of Hellblazer's past didn't always work towards his run's favor. While I didn't mind the changes brought about in the Ravenscar Casino and the Demon Baby arc that much, I wasn't too fond of the big reveal at the end that the Golden Boy had secretly been manipulating John the whole time post-Delano. I found it more powerful/relatable when the downward moments of John's life were the result of his own fuck-ups, rather than his multiverse abortion twin trying to break his spirit. Diggle's run began with swagger but I always felt that it ended on a bit of an abrupt anticlimax.
  34. 1 point
    Diggle just strikes me as a watered down version of Carey, to be honest. Kudos to him for picking the best run since Delano to try to do, but he can't do it even half as well as Carey did.
  35. 1 point
    I recently did a re-read of Hellblazer starting with Diggle's run, through to the end of Milligan's, and up through the DCU Constantine runs. I'll be interested in your takes on Diggle and Milligan, because going back years later and reading them kind of changed my opinions on some of those stories (especially Milligan, whose run I hadn't read since it was first running). I've said before that I think Mina's run is the weakest, mainly due to the absolute failure of how "Red Right Hand" ended, and how the pacing was so off throughout the run as a whole. Plus, she turned in what was probably the worst issue of Hellblazer proper with that London terrorist/Map story. Are you planning on reading through the DCU/New52 stuff as well?
  36. 1 point
    i get that. their high-pitched singing is super annoying.
  37. 1 point
    One reason to read such things is, if you don't, the only thing you will ever "know" about them is what some "enthusiast" tells you "is so". Thinking for yourself is a habit, if you read things for yourself, then and only then, can you judge them. Christian thinks one thing, he is widely'n'deeply read for sure, it would be foolish to discount his firmly expressed opinion, but equally one can never forget the possibility that on some particular subject he (or anyone else) might be wrong, he would himself agree. The only way to know stuff with some hope of firmness, is to busy oneself with reading widely and deeply. That said I am a pacific islander, Heyerdhal is super famous down here, Maori in particular love his early support of their (before his kon-tiki voyages) disputed oral histories of their voyages, and I never heard word one about him being racist. Does this mean Christian is wrong? no, of course not, I lean towards thinking he is right, in fact, knowing what I do of him, and of white assumptions of the early 20th century . . . but this just proves my point, if I had read more than "Voyage of the Kon-tiki" 40 years ago, why, I would have no doubt, right?. It is a truism that "mine kampf" and "Das Kapital" are wrong, and evil, but this is merely opinion of the status quo. If it suits you to go along, then by all means, don't read, and never know for yourself. '
  38. 1 point
    Just a quick public thanks to known vagabond Mister Adrian Brown Esquire for his continued upkeep of the forum, I'm a proper lazy bastard and the place would be falling down around your ears without him!
  39. 1 point
    Marvel Legacy #1 (by Jason Aaron)-This was a huge disappointment. Certainly not worth the $6 cost. The stuff with the Avengers of 1 million B.C. was pretty fun, but I don't see where their story would be continued in further Marvel Comics. It seems more like those ideas from this book are going to be lost outside of this book. Unless this was Marvel planning for their next big event, line-wine cross-over! Yippee! We've got to get that started right now, because Secret Empire just ending and Marvel Legacy just starting won't be enough, they must push the next mega-blockbuster now! Otherwise, the book is more promos for upcoming story-arcs in some of Marvel's major books....i.e. a story pushed by editorial committee. Marvel advertised that there were two big returns being unveiled in this book, "one that people have been clamoring for, and one that people will dread to see". I'm not sure exactly which returns Marvel was speaking about. I'm not even going to hide this, because everyone has expected it since the death happened, and it's a huge disappointment, and I know no one cares....but, the original Wolverine is back. Is that the return "everyone was dreading"? Because, I was sort of hoping he would stay dead. Marvel has X-23 (Wolverine's female clone) as Wolverine, Old Man Logan, and Ultimate Wolverine (Logan's alternate universe son) all running around in the Marvel books already. Do we really need another Wolverine??? Oh, actually Marvel's next cross-over was already announced, by the way....although, it's a X-line cross-over, not an entire Marvel Universe event, but it's the return of the adult Jean Grey. That's going to bring back all the fans that Marvel has lost due to their poor decisions! "Jean Grey is coming back for the sixteenth time?! And, there's already a teenage version of Jean Grey too! My god, I must buy Marvel Comics again!"....said no one. The surprise ending of the story is probably going to piss off a lot of fans, rather than "make them clamor for more". I won't reveal that surprise return, but if that's what Marvel was referring to, you will probably feel disappointment more than anything else that this is the best Marvel can do for a "big reveal". I don't see Marvel Legacy fixing Marvel's ingrained problems, in the least. I don't see fans rushing back for any of this, because the inherent flaws in Marvel's publishing mentality are still readily apparent. Plus, Marvel has lost almost all of their big-name creators now, much like what happened to DC in the middle of the "New 52". So, it probably won't be long before Marvel releases a new statement blaming "blacks and gays for Marvel's low sales!".... Maybe a white supremacist Thor taking over the Marvel Universe and killing....oh, I don't know....Hawkeye let's say....will be the ticket to Marvel's resurgence! I can't wait for Secret Empire War next year!
  40. 1 point
    I'm definitely with you on those last three stories of Carey's, and I think you're right about the social element as Delano contrasts to Ennis as well.
  41. 1 point
    He may not share the necessary characteristics to be considered as such in a literary sense, but I've always found Delano to be very comparable to Lovecraft; less-excessive or overt threats. Conversely there's Ennis who's a ton more explicit with everything. I think this carries over into the stories as well. Delano usually took the Lovecraft approach with the "antagonist" or evil being the primary focus as it usually revealed something about humanity, nature, society, etc., or allowed John to come to a conclusion. Ennis, on the other hand, and to my memory, never really used what Constantine was facing as a metaphor or a window. Most of the stories within his era used the situations as a backdrop to the more character focused story. Where Delano would have an issue commentinh on the legality of literature leading to Winnie the Pooh pulling someone down "funny" stairs (which may not necessarily be horrific, but is, in some ways, unnerving), Ennis has an issue devoted solely to Kit leaving John and the aftermath or one dealing with Kit's side; no supernatural. In a way, I feel like the extremes Ennis went to were a reflection of how little he thought the supernatural elements (as well as complex metaphors and symbolism) meant to Hellblazer. At the end of the day, he threw the most gruesome stuff out there because doing it in any other way would take away from what he wrote in as the central idea. --- Finished up Carey's run yesterday. I'll admit I had a bit of a flip-floppy opinion of his era. Originally it was "alright", then I thought he was comparable to Jenkins, before going against that a bit later. However, from "Down in the Ground" to "The Gift" to "RSVP"... Carey might have had the best ending run, beating out "Rake at the Gates of Hell" for me. Those last three arcs encapsulated all the great things about Hellblazer. "Down in the Ground" was a tense supernatural story with actual weight to the outcome (I was getting a bit tired of the fake-out deaths that were happening every few issues), "The Gift" was a crude little side story in all the best ways with a great look at John as a character, and "RSVP" was just a perfect introspection piece rivaling what I loved so much about Ennis's run. Above all, these last three arcs pulled back on the random magic use. It actually felt like John was human again and had to deal with the emotional consequences of being a con man rather than a magician. Overall the run is mid-tier, but those three are definitely among my favorites.
  42. 1 point
    I wouldn't bracket Ennis with Barker myself: quite apart from the fact that Barker's horror fiction shows an interest in gender issues (rather than treating those purely as a source of comedy the way Ennis does), Barker has an obvious sympathy for the other and shows it (in both the Books of Blood and Nightbreed, and to a lesser extent The Damnation Game) as something that's strange and beautiful as well as frightening. Ennis, on the other hand, thinks that anything strange is inherently icky looking at his work on Hellblazer. The splatterpunk stuff that seems more germane to Ennis is, as you say, the more messy and less thoughtful side of things: Rex Miller, Skipp and Spector, Schow and the like. Barker had pretty much stopped writing horror completely by the time Ennis took over writing Hellblazer, after all. Didn't Ennis criticise splatterpunk fiction for its self conscious extremity and dismiss it as an influence in a Preacher lettercol at one point? That was a good five or six years after Royal Blood of course...
  43. 1 point
    Can you people with children post photos off then being awful, so the rest of us can also enjoy them.
  44. 1 point
    Huh. Wait til you have a threenager. They're AWFUL.
  45. 1 point
    I actually jumped in during the Mike Carey run. It was 201, I believe. It was after the Constantine movie was announced and I came in wanting to find out about the Balthazar character. Come to find out that was just a creation of the film but I was still curious to find out about the book. I was hooked on Carey's run, how fast pace it was but the characters themselves hooked me. I jumped on "Haunted" by Ellis and took me awhile to get accustomed to it because of how different it was from how Carey was writing the book. I then read the issues that focused on Ellie and her baby by Ennis and I was definitely in for the long haul. I started buy as many of the back trades I could find. Thus far, nothing has matched my enjoyment of the first 9 issues of Jamie Delano's run, including the art, the whole package. I lost interest during the Mina run and would pick up an issue or so on the following writers. I was in for a lot of Milligan's run and actually quite enjoyed it but funds got in the way. I think I read on issue of Azz's run and that was enough for me.
  46. 1 point
    Jeeeez, the boy got huge!! Hey, guys. Just wanted to let you guys know that I'll be launching the Kickstarter for the next volume of my book series, Is'nana the Were-Spider, this coming Monday for anyone who is interested. If you haven't gotten Vol 1 yet, which is currently sold out, you'll be able to get that also!
  47. 1 point
    That's very true, but in most cases (thinking mainly about Transmet) the ranting was at least in some service to a story. "Shoot" was shoehorned into a series that it didn't belong, even with the hamfisted justification for Constantine being involved at all. "My mate's son was taken to America, got shot in a school, RAAARRGGHH!". Not Ellis or Hellblazer's finest moment. Had it been released as planned, it would have been a mite bit controversial but ultimately a small piece of a much larger run. Banning it from being published built it up into this mythic thing that it doesn't deserve to be.
  48. 1 point
    i mean shitting out of the mouth of his characters is like 45% of whats appealing on ellis' as a writer
  49. 1 point
    Uh... fine thanks. Just started two weeks' holiday. And you?
  50. 1 point
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