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  1. One of the most discussed covers over on the...

    One of the most discussed covers over on the Wonder Woman subforum…

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  2. Riv86672 for a great take on the classic mug...

    Riv86672 for a great take on the classic mug shot, and showing that even while words change, the racism remains.
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    I think it's tricky to use a single label like...

    I think it's tricky to use a single label like youtuber and make generalisations based on that, especially since it's tricky to define what constitutes a youtuber at all. But I do think it's possible...
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    It's not like animated Batman has been lacking in...

    It's not like animated Batman has been lacking in sexual innuendo earlier, even including Catwoman…


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    A lot of the business side has been hashed out in...

    A lot of the business side has been hashed out in earlier threads here (eg in the one linked by CSTowle) in post #2. But if one were to look specifically at comics creators…

    First, there has...
  6. Ack, missed to vote this week, but...

    Ack, missed to vote this week, but congratulations Stony!

    Going with Stjepan Sejic here, who sure is featured too seldomly here.

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  7. G Willow Wilson's run on Wonder Woman is one...

    G Willow Wilson's run on Wonder Woman is one example, and it was not even that Gary Nord's art was that bad from a technical or artistic standpoint. Rather, every time the script called for Diana to...
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    There are even several different forms of...

    There are even several different forms of serialisation, that not all are alike.

    One of the earliest to arrive was the very long novels of the 19th century, that were sold in a subscription...
  9. Obligatory Monty Python: 100 meter dash for...

    Obligatory Monty Python: 100 meter dash for people with no sense of direction.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgSzGIkFq2A

    And congratulations Ajax_X!
  10. How about him tackling a classic DC character? ...

    How about him tackling a classic DC character?

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    TV is complicated. You could see the rise of the...

    TV is complicated. You could see the rise of the seasonal arcs already in the 90s with Babylon 5 and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but right now the trend in TV is the "binge" format, where a season's...
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    The shift towards higher serialisation of...

    The shift towards higher serialisation of American comics have been going on for a long while, arguably coinciding with the rise of the specialty comics stores. I agree with Revolutionary_Jack that...
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    Harpies ("vildvittror" in the original Swedish)...

    Harpies ("vildvittror" in the original Swedish) are present in Astrid Lindgren's Ronja the Robber's Daughter, here in a scene from the 1984 live action movie
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    What about some Bryan Talbot?

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    Is it possible to tell a compelling story of...

    Is it possible to tell a compelling story of Diana entering Man's World in the First or Second World War? Yes, the movie most certainly did manage to do so. (And I want to note that while WW84...
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    Dead Earth...

    Dead Earth pretty much sank as a lead ballon with most people here. There has been plenty of vigorous discussion here on Earth One.



    See eg Wonder Woman: Earth One Volume 2 *SPOILERS*
  17. Nschornhorst for going with his passion. Shoutout...

    Nschornhorst for going with his passion. Shoutout to Tami for the Star Trek cover.

    And I realised too late that I should have gone through Jim Hines's cover posing project:

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    Congratulations to Riv86672, and thanks to Kai...

    Congratulations to Riv86672, and thanks to Kai "the Spy" for the vote!
  19. Doing a slightly different interpretation of the...

    Doing a slightly different interpretation of the term "fake" here…
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    Riv86672 provided a singular collection of...

    Riv86672 provided a singular collection of moustaches!

    Also a shoutout to CaptainEurope for a great Ralf König cover.
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    Couldn't find any with search, but he might have...

    Couldn't find any with search, but he might have gone unnamed. Great comics artist and storyteller with a singular style.
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    Is this the first time we've had a Ralf König...

    Is this the first time we've had a Ralf König cover for the contest? His retelling of Lysistrate is a riot!
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    Given the many examples here, one might almost...

    Given the many examples here, one might almost think this contest is "unfortunate Asian stereotypes"…
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    The French knows how to do moustaches right! ...

    The French knows how to do moustaches right!

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    As a bonus, here is Les Moustaches by Sacha Distel from 1967.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrQTwFvH3Bg
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    Zelena, with a honourable mention to Riv86672.

    Zelena, with a honourable mention to Riv86672.
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