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  1. The lag in subscription times back in the day was...

    The lag in subscription times back in the day was always around 8-10 weeks I want to say; even well into the 90's when I was subscribing to about 6-7 titles. I'm assuming you were filling out and...
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    Poll: Even though LaRoque was the artist when I first...

    Even though LaRoque was the artist when I first read Wally's solo title, he's my second favorite. First place has to go to this guy:
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  3. Poll: Oddly enough, I've never been a Porter fan. I...

    Oddly enough, I've never been a Porter fan. I used to like Kolins in the 90's when he was little more than a fill-in, but when he changed his style 10+ yrs ago he lost me.

    I still like Booth (I...
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    Yeah, I have 4 Kallax shelves in my house and...

    Yeah, I have 4 Kallax shelves in my house and they're all filled to the brim. There are even books stacked horizontally across the top of most cubes. I've been trying to purge as well the past...
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    Poll: Ah, DC... never change. And poor Sholly...

    Ah, DC... never change.

    And poor Sholly Fisch. The guy gets no respect...
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    *Raises hand* I was one of those people, and I...

    *Raises hand* I was one of those people, and I stand by my assessment. :p ;)

    I guess it's inconsequential, I'd just prefer the standard Super-logo.
  7. Poll: I feel weird voting for someone with a "lesser...

    I feel weird voting for someone with a "lesser pedigree" as far as history is concerned, but I gotta give it to Manapul. Every one of his pages was a masterpiece.

    But if this was a Wally thread...
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    Eaton's great! This was right around...

    Eaton's great!

    This was right around (after?) his Swamp Thing run; he's a much better fit for straight forward superheroes. Loved his work on Aquaman a couple years back.
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    The more I look at that logo the less I like...

    The more I look at that logo the less I like it... :(
  10. The 'swamp thing' has been an avatar of The Green...

    The 'swamp thing' has been an avatar of The Green going back to Moore, not so much a superhero mantle. Depending on how Ram V chooses to play this out, Levi would be the first to use the role in...
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    Oh, I don't mind them either! As long as a story...

    Oh, I don't mind them either! As long as a story is good I don't mind if it's forgotten 5 mins later.

    I guess to put my comment in better context, this mini came out at a time that fans were...
  12. ^ ^ ^ To my knowledge, this is the first time...

    ^ ^ ^

    To my knowledge, this is the first time we've seen that.
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    Well I'm in for both. King has always been...

    Well I'm in for both.

    King has always been hit or miss for me, so I'm hoping his Supergirl is the former (really don't like that wild west font for the logo though...)
  14. While I do consider myself a Trekkie, TOS is only...

    While I do consider myself a Trekkie, TOS is only a slot above ENT on my list. I have a hard time re-watching a lot of it, except for the "essentials". So I would actually agree with most the...
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    One of the things Marvel has done better than DC...

    One of the things Marvel has done better than DC is allowing older heroes to even exist. Between constantly trying to find ways to make the JSA "cool" - be it de aging them, teaming them with kids,...
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    Poll: Mark Waid. Runners-Up: Messner-Loebs, Johns,...

    Mark Waid.

    Runners-Up: Messner-Loebs, Johns, Bates. I think once it's had some years behind it, Williamson's run will also come to be well regarded.
  17. Best: Impossible to choose, but some personal...

    Best: Impossible to choose, but some personal highlights are #'s 21, 34, 37, 50, 64.

    Worst: I guess I'll go with #56. "Swamp Thing in Space" wasn't bad (none of Moore's run was, imho), but if I...
  18. All of the companies problems in a nutshell...

    All of the companies problems in a nutshell...
  19. That would be reckless and irresponsible! ...

    That would be reckless and irresponsible!

    Everyone knows, you're supposed to inject fabric softener.
  20. There are actually a lot of events that I like -...

    There are actually a lot of events that I like - particularly in the 90's when they were still novel to me and the jaded bitterness hadn't set in. However I feel like the quality really dropped...
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    Solid story, but completely inconsequential. I...

    Solid story, but completely inconsequential. I still don't know why DC even did this...? :confused:
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    February: 104 Holding steady. Lots of double...

    February: 104

    Holding steady. Lots of double sized Future State books that I counted as 2 issues, so that kept my number from dropping too much from last month.
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    Doctor Strange and Doctor Doom: Triumph and...

    Doctor Strange and Doctor Doom: Triumph and Torment (Marvel Graphic Novel #49)
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    Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters (Green Arrow The...

    Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters (Green Arrow The Longbow Hunters #1-3)
  25. Can't say I disagree, in most cases. Back in...

    Can't say I disagree, in most cases.

    Back in the day, every issue of every series that I was reading felt special. It's why I can reference issue numbers from memory for most titles up until...
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