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  1. Just Inferior Five out of that lot.
  2. dogpoet

    DC Comics

    Universe reboots always are, Lou.
  3. Nothing there catches my eye...
  4. That page with Chaz and the pig's head in GGAG's link to a review is probably enough to justify the whole thing by itself...
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    2000 AD

    Ian Kennedy art! Now that's a fine substitute for the late Colquohon and then some...
  6. dogpoet

    DC Comics

    The first issue of Inferior Five was a bit puzzling: did DC reboot their continuity so that the big Invasion crossover took place recently, or have the clade of Dominators who are up to no good in the midwestern one horse town where the story starts been hiding out there for over twenty years? That said, Giffen's obviously enjoying writing a sinister Icke-style conspiracy headed by said Dominator spies, and even if he's planning to take it into a grim and gritty direction there's some nice (and very turn of the '90s looking without being all Image-y) art as well. This is probably either going to be rather fun or absolutely godawful once it gets going and stuff starts to happen, rather than just being foreshadowed and talked about in an ominous fashion.
  7. Just Faithless, unless it's this month's Books of Magic that has the reintroducing Constantine crossover story.
  8. It could be something to do with them being the characters who first established the traditions for traditional superhero antics?
  9. Inferior Five might be worth a look, but nothing else catches my eye...
  10. It amused me a lot that when I realised what Fielding was referencing and I did a search for "Ghost of a Flea" on Google there were more links for the skit than for the painting...
  11. Am I the only one who can't see a pastiche of Blake's "Ghost Of A Flea" anymore without that Noel Fielding song running through my head?
  12. It's worth it for the caveman abuse, chaps.
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