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  1. JasonT

    The webcomics thread

    Lots of names from the past in this thread. Oglaf is still going, and the latest strip is one of the best in a while: https://www.oglaf.com/remains/ (Caution: filth)
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    Other comics we read recently

    Invasion! is itself connected to Savage, which still runs in 2000AD from time to time. Directly connected, in fact. Dom mentioned it above. They're both written by Pat Mills. Did any of you see that storyline from a couple of years back where ? One of the all-time great 2000AD moments IMHO.
  3. 1. You're right, thanks for the correction. 2. That's worse.
  4. "Always the worst words could be spoke at me"? Fuck off Dick van Dyke. 🤮
  5. JasonT

    DC Comics

    At this stage I'd buy Mark Russell's shopping lists.
  6. Can't imagine why they cancelled that.
  7. JasonT

    Marvel's One World Order

    If issue 1 is anything to go by, Ta-nehisi Coates' take on Captain America is gonna be blunt allegory. It's good enough to get me back for issue 2.
  8. JasonT

    DC Comics

    Brian Bendis' Superman has been a cracking read so far. It reminds me of what I kinda think of as the Jerry Ordway era, when Superman comics had solid art and scripting and an engaging supporting cast. (Lots more people than Jerry were involved in that era, but just roll with it.) I devoured all of the Bendis material over two days and now I'm jonesing for the next issue of Superman or Action Comics.
  9. The trailer makes it look fun, but I'm a little disappointed that they're doing it as a pisstake with a goofy Shazam. I guess they couldn't risk doing it in a way that would invite people to react with "this is how they should have done Superman!"
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    DC Comics

    Snagglepuss: Exit Stage Left actually turned it up a notch in its final issue. (When it went meta it blew my mind.) It's an easy best of 2018 for me.
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    DC's Young Animals (New Imprint)

    Isn't Sandman Slim a pimp?
  12. The first issue of A Walk Through Hell (Aftershock Comics) was stunning. If he can maintain that standard, it'll raise the bar for horror comics.
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    1990s Gimmick Covers

    There was a Moench/Jones Batman arc guest starring Deadman that had cracking Kelley Jones glow covers. If you look closely at this one you can see that the glow effect reveals Deadman.
  14. Looks like this might actually be as good as the Christmas teaser trailers suggested.
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