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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. The Toy Thread

    Those are pretty impressive, especially considering the size of 'em. I wonder if the finish is that good on the production versions, or if the photos show hand-finished one-offs like they do for Star Wars figures. The Horta looks like a Heroclix crap.
  2. Other comics we read recently

    According to Wikipedia, yes. (For certain values of "religious reasons or something".)
  3. Other comics we read recently

    Today I learned that Christopher Priest and Jim Owsley are the same person.
  4. DC Comics

    Same here. Four issues have come out (badoom-tish) so far and I can't wait for the fifth. It's a wonderful work of art.
  5. DC Comics

    What did I miss? And have you thought of donating your funnybooks to a charity store?
  6. Birthdays

    I wonder who wrote the Tripwire piece?
  7. Here's th' link: http://www.cwseed.com/shows/constantine-city-of-demons/
  8. Not a hoax

    (Bonus tech support for anyone else who sees a string of text instead of the pic: right-click on the text and choose "view image", or use a different web browser.)
  9. Not a hoax

    It's probably lightboxed from a reference photo of Sean himself, so I hope he doesn't read this forum.
  10. January's issue of War Stories, #26, was the final one. I only learned this today.
  11. DC Comics

    +1. Were we supposed to notice the parallels to the Fantastic Four or not? I certainly noticed Ivan Reis' parallels to Neal Adams.
  12. Marvel's One World Order

    Thanks for the info, Christian. I'm down for Nick Spencer's take on Spider-Man, and Al Ewing's Immortal Hulk looks intriguing too: https://www.cbr.com/immortal-hulk-bruce-banner-al-ewing-joe-bennett-interview/
  13. Marvel's One World Order

    I'm looking forward to seeing Ta-Nehisi Coates' run on Captain America. Gonna pretend it's not starting with a new issue 1.
  14. Other comics we read recently

    The current-era James Bond comics have generally been solid stuff. I'd like to see an arc by Brubaker and, say, Michael Lark, or someone else who does traditional newspaper-strip artwork.
  15. 16 Comic Book Series Nobody Admits to Owning

    Absolutely none.