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  1. Thread: Adventureman

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    Normally I would say "Yes, of course", but...

    Normally I would say "Yes, of course", but considering how bloated these issues seemed on first reading, I'm not certain that I would consider re-reading them to be a task worth the effort.
  2. Thread: Adventureman

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    Yeah, the issues so far have been mainly...

    Yeah, the issues so far have been mainly background to introduce a plethora of characters, so if the series goes on hiatus, we shall have forgotten who they all are by the time it comes back. The...
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    Gee, I would have thought a comic book starring...

    Gee, I would have thought a comic book starring "Tito and His Burrito" would be about an Eastern Bloc dictator with a fondness for Mexican food, but apparently not.
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  4. Shalla Bal for a great visual layout in the...

    Shalla Bal for a great visual layout in the background
  5. 99.9+ per cent of all species that have existed...

    99.9+ per cent of all species that have existed had already vanished before humans appeared on the earth. The glaciers come and go. The continents drift, the lava erupts, the climate shifts. New...
  6. Thread: In Memoriam

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    https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/7...

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  7. Another project with which Kubert was closely...

    Another project with which Kubert was closely associated was the series of comics books about fire prevention that for decades were published by the National Fire Protection Association (a group of...
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    Superman was certainly a part of popular culture,...

    Superman was certainly a part of popular culture, but the whole concept of superheroes in general was considered to be "kid stuff". It was hard to believe that there would be a big-budget movie...
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    I already was well into my adult years when...

    I already was well into my adult years when Superman debuted in 1978, so I have a different attitude about it. When it was made, the very concept of a big-budget movie based on a comic book was hard...
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  11. nx01a for a punch with real follow-through

    nx01a for a punch with real follow-through
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    https://d1466nnw0ex81e.cloudfront.net/n_iv/600/517...

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  13. It is meaningless and senseless if you do not...

    It is meaningless and senseless if you do not believe in that particular religion. If you do believe in it, then it is meaningful and sensible. This same principle of course applies to a host of...
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    I don't think anyone has mentioned Outer Darkness...

    I don't think anyone has mentioned Outer Darkness yet, and someone really should. The Fables spin-off such as Jack of the Fables are a lot of fun, too.
  15. Thread: In Memoriam

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    I'm old (OK, really old), so I watched The...

    I'm old (OK, really old), so I watched The Avengers in its first run on US television. Let us pause to remember the episode in which Mrs. Peel went undercover as the mistress of the Hellfire Club. ...
  16. It's always such an honor to be... ...

    It's always such an honor to be...

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    Stony for reminding us that if anyone knows about...

    Stony for reminding us that if anyone knows about fire places, it's Hellboy!
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    https://storage.googleapis.com/hipcomic/p/95d61c7e...

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    I haven't voted yet. so I'll break the tie:...

    I haven't voted yet. so I'll break the tie: foxley. I like that cover.
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    The first issue set up the premise (of a USA that...

    The first issue set up the premise (of a USA that had been sealed off from the rest of the world for decades, and of how the governments of the rest of the world had changed in the meantime in...
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    https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/S/c...

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    Gotham citizen

    Gotham citizen
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    https://d1466nnw0ex81e.cloudfront.net/n_iv/600/937...

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  24. Well, guess what - I woke up in the middle of the...

    Well, guess what - I woke up in the middle of the night and couldn't get back to sleep, so I turned on my computer to check on the contest and it turns out that I can be the one to count the votes...
  25. Riv86672 gets my vote. The "template" cover I...

    Riv86672 gets my vote. The "template" cover I chose this week was of Kal-El, who as a child journeyed from a fantastic world to a farm in Kansas, so I voted for a cover of Dorothy Gale, who made...
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