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JasonT last won the day on May 26

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About JasonT

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    Stressing over cat urine
  • Birthday 04/21/1971

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    The work of Carl Barks, Jack Vance, Irvine Welsh, Ian McEwan, Sebastian Faulks. Tintin, Pop Culture & Two Minute Noodles, Delano's Hellblazer, Lazarus. The Goodies, The Mighty Boosh, The Bill, Spaced, Archer, Community. Trance, the Beatles, Crowded House, Oasis, Prince, Jamie T, Missy Higgins, Rodriguez, Rammstein. Chocolate, coffee.
  1. Thanks, Ade!

    What JMac said. Apart from that bit about laziness.
  2. Marvel's One World Order

    How are you dealing with it in the real universe? Currently the USA, the UK and Australia are being forced to confront huge internal divides that are usually out of sight, out of mind.
  3. Test & forum update noise

    Uh... fine thanks. Just started two weeks' holiday. And you?
  4. Marvel's One World Order

    I guess it makes sense for them to exploit the fallout for story material. Regardless of the positives and negatives of the whole Evil Cap thing, Captain America: Sam Wilson was amazing.
  5. Brian Aldiss is gone....?

    By coincidence I'm currently reading The Hand-Reared Boy.
  6. Just Got into Hellblazer...

    Great user name.
  7. Just Got into Hellblazer...

    You've found the right place, if not the right time. Ah, the glory days of 5-10 years ago... Welcome aboard.
  8. Forthcoming Attractions

    I'm a bit late to the party with this, but check out Gary Oldman (!) as Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour: Out November 2017, apparently.
  9. Fantastic Epics

    This might be a bit of a reach, but can any of you recommend (or not recommend) any of the genre novels that get full-page adverts in 2000AD?
  10. New Writer Starting With Issue 13

    Relaunching with a new number 1 is an idiot's tactic. Basic supply and demand tells us that the value of issue 1s drops if they become more plentiful; and it's the kiss of death for long-term loyalty, the kind of loyalty that's meaningful. "You've been reading Amazing Spider-Man faithfully since the 70s? Well, here's an ideal jumping-off point." 2000AD has been giving readers planned jumping-on points for decades without restarting their numbering.
  11. DC Comics

    I really, really hope this book is DC taking the piss at Marvel's refusal to publish The Fantastic Four. What Dave said.
  12. Librarians, Liberals and Lesbians* (Books)

    This looks good: https://scarfolk.blogspot.com.au/2017/07/the-2ndth-pan-book-of-horror-stories.html
  13. Garth Ennis Loves Superheroes

    Wahey! Thanks for the heads-up, Lou.