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JasonT last won the day on November 19 2017

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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.

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  1. Kill Or Be Killed

    https://www.cbr.com/john-wick-director-brubaker-phillips-kill-or-be-killed-movie/?utm_source=CBR-TW&utm_medium=Social-Distribution&utm_campaign=CBR-TW&view=list https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/john-wick-director-tackling-ed-brubaker-comic-kill-be-killed-1066847
  2. The Hellblazer #18 (2017)

    Now that I think about it, issue 18 will be 2018, not 2017. Ahem.
  3. Best comics of 2017

    Not gonna mention The Flintstones, Christian?
  4. Best comics of 2017

    What were the best comics published in 2017? If it appeared in 2017 or it was cover-dated 2017, that's close enough. And "best" can mean "best of the small cross section I read" or "my favourite". Here's my list of approximately 5: Kill or Be Killed 2000AD Captain America - Sam Wilson Moonshine What's your list?
  5. Sean Phillips posted this variant cover on Twitter: I can't get the current version of the forum software to embed Sean's tweet, so what you're looking at is my scaled-down version. The original in all its Phillipsian glory can be seen at https://twitter.com/seanpphillips/status/936642752263147520 He's also tweeted work-in-progress shots of other variant covers.
  6. Batman: The CG Anime Series

    Where do I send the money? That would probably be amazing even without subtitles.
  7. What Mike Carey did next

    Happy 2-year anniversary to this old thread! Mike's new comic Barbarella (yeah) is due early December. http://www.westfieldcomics.com/blog/interviews-and-columns/interview-mike-carey-on-dynamites-barbarella/
  8. Image Comics

    That looks interesting, Christian — thanks. As always, I'd recommend 2000AD. And have you read Sex Criminals?
  9. Other comics we read recently

    Humble Bundle is doing its thing with the new modern-era James Bond comics: https://www.humblebundle.com/books/james-bond-comics Writers include Warren Ellis, Andy Diggle and Kieron Gillen. The Ellis arcs are pretty damn good (and complete), and the others are never less than readable.
  10. Just Got into Hellblazer...

    Didn't DC do that already with The Terrifics? Which hasn't been released yet, but whatever. Apparently Alan Moore's ABC character Tom Strong will be part of that team — hard to believe Tom Strong dates back to 1999. It helped that Marvel's Star Wars comic was f*cking sweeeet. What a classic. I don't have a problem with that particular decision. The X-Men weren't always Marvel's flagship properties, so it's fine by me if the baton gets passed to another element of the MCU.
  11. Swamp Thing

    Thanks, I'll keep an eye out for that.
  12. Swamp Thing

    That's a keeper.
  13. DC Comics

    I've bought the first two, haven't read 'em yet.
  14. Doom Patrol and Rachel Pollack

    Nice quote in there from Lou Stathis: "If Vertigo can't publish Rachel Pollack, what's it for?"
  15. Marvel's One World Order

    The first three issues of the Chip Zdarsky / Adam Kubert relaunch of Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man have been great stuff. Zdarsky is an underrated writer, and a perfect fit for Spider-Man and for Marvel. The world would be a better place if 99% of superhero comics were done the way he does 'em.