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  1. Other comics we read recently

    Oh, come off it, Christian. Multiversity was a very tightly structured narrative, it just wasn't structured around a linear plot.
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    I thought he'd stopped doing that twenty odd years ago and his stuff has been a lot more structured and plotted out since the late '90s?
  3. Marvel's One World Order

    In fact he is, but he tries to keep quiet about that. His family insisted that he change his name when he went into writing comics rather than a respectable field like stand up comedy. The name on his birth certificate is "Cannock Chase".
  4. Marvel's One World Order

    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.
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    I thought you'd read the JLA stuff he cowrote with Giffen as well? If you're taking the line that only creator owned comics are significant, that's all of Hellblazer, Swamp Thing and Sandman out the window, for a start...
  6. Marvel's One World Order

    Which can make up for all sorts of failings in some of his other work, no question.
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    It was published separately for an arm and half a leg in hardcover, iirc.
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    What about Even More Moonshadow? Was that Vertigo or dd he do that one through Image or somebody?
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    It wasn't fucking Milligan that traumatised...
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    I think there was a miniseries, or possibly a one shot, called Mercy and a sequel to Moonshadow done as a big expensive hardback as well.
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    Blood isn't all that good, to be honest. I'm heartened to find that Christian agrees with me on that one, as he likes DeMatteis' approach a lot more than I do. (Though it is very funny on the level that you've got a very wordy comic indeed only being worth reading for the magnificent job Kent Williams did on polishing the turd of a script...)
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    Was Metropol epic? I thought that one was years later.
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    It's actually weird how Sienkiwicz gets overlooked as an exponent of the whole "look how adult and pretentious comics are getting these days" thing of the late '80s. If it wasn't for brits raising the bar remarkably high, Stray Toasters and Elektra would be the two best Epic comics by a mile, rather than Marshall Law and The Last American...
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    The squareheaded Cannonball beats anything the next name artist on New mutants ever did, and has done to date. Has Dave McKean ever cited Sienkewicz as an influence?
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    The really wonderful thing about Sienkiwicz's art in the original Moon Knight is that you can see him experimenting with his style as the series progresses. It might not be as blatant as his experimentation in New Mutants at the same sort of time, but he still moves from a very smooth Neal Adams imitation to something a lot more unusual and distinctive in both.
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