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    If you can find them, (or I suppose the collected...

    If you can find them, (or I suppose the collected book's available, too), I really enjoyed both volumes of The Thessaliad.
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    Has someone already mentioned Jaxxon, the big...

    Has someone already mentioned Jaxxon, the big green bunny from Marvel's first Star Wars series? I forget who has the franchise now, but if it's Marvel, bring back Jaxxon the Marvel Bunny!
    (What? ...
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    When Omega debuted, I thought it was one of the...

    When Omega debuted, I thought it was one of the most exciting experiments I'd read since starting comics reading maybe 6-7 years before: the lead character, the Hero, didn't say a word for the...
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    I usually pick up anything featuring Fin Fang...

    I usually pick up anything featuring Fin Fang Foom, who's been absent awhile, far as I can tell.
    And Impossible Man anybody?
  5. Don't remember the prompt, but have dug out Phil...

    Don't remember the prompt, but have dug out Phil Foglio's Girl Genius, and so far, it's as funny as I vaguely recalled--
  6. Sadly enough, "Christianity" has itself, in its...

    Sadly enough, "Christianity" has itself, in its U.S. American new-embodiment typified by the "religious right," alas, raised plenty of reason for bias against Christianity generally. The news has...
  7. A Calculated Man -- Get this? Oh YES!

    I like comics with strong characters, clever, intelligent, well-spoken, capable, in situations not already done over and over (although this's hard to avoid, admittedly), in well-drawn narratives.
    A...
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    Indy titles I'm looking into

    I've read none of these yet (7/30/2022) but picked them up as seemingly interesting possibilities. Anyone read any of these yet? And what d'you think of'm?

    Not of This World, from Blood Moon...
  9. Pearl is pretty close to really good. She is a...

    Pearl is pretty close to really good. She is a strong smart (very smart) capable lead character, so much so no one else comes close; art is not my style but works okay; story is slow then very very...
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    I thought it was (only) me, but kind of sad to...

    I thought it was (only) me, but kind of sad to see how many share my disappointment/lack of enthusiasm for Batman and the Forty Titles, and having so little else...
    for me: Gotham City, GCPD,...
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    Steranko on Nick Fury; Brunner on Doctor Strange;...

    Steranko on Nick Fury; Brunner on Doctor Strange; and Gene the Dean Colan on DD and Tomb of Drac or ANYTHING! In my early days, DC was pretty silly, and though I really liked Batman (Gene Colan!!)...
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    Glad it looks so nice. but the story? but the...

    Glad it looks so nice. but the story? but the story--
    sigh... guess it's wait, hope, and see.
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    That's great-- I've just finished re-reading a...

    That's great-- I've just finished re-reading a bunch of them. Sure hope the books are straight black and white--never cared for the duo-tone of the comics.
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    I enjoyed this first issue of Variants. But I do...

    I enjoyed this first issue of Variants. But I do have a question--
    why this, and not a series simply about Jessica Jones (-Cage). This seems like it's going to become complicated unnecessarily,...
  15. Tuki v. 2 Prehistory anthropology and a journey

    Jeff Smith's Tuki is a story of four variations of humankind meeting and uneasily interacting in a world of saber-toothed cats, and other dangers. With Smith's well-known smoothly drawn artwork, his...
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    Albatross EXPLODING Funnybooks

    If only for Hillbilly, and Goon, this'd be worth the high cover price, to me. La Diabla, too, a new character to me, seems like it'll be a good story, too.
    Beyond these, each about 6-8 pages,...
  17. For me, Antioch 1 (maybe) Follow Me Down...

    For me,
    Antioch 1 (maybe)
    Follow Me Down (Brubaker/Phillips gn)
    Least We Can Do 1
    Dept of Truth 22
    Frontiersman gn
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    Robotman? Oh you got me a big laugh at...

    Robotman? Oh you got me a big laugh at that'n--"It’s basically just Firestorm with a married couple. "
    Oh, it is, it is! Thank you. Getting hard to find a true laugh these days, and that's a good...
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    Duo - it's not Xombi, but--

    Of the original Milestone titles, few were as original as Xombie. I'm surprised DC didn't revive the character as they did others (Icon, Rocket, Static, Hardware, et al.); but then, given how...
  20. Have just finished a full-series re-read of...

    Have just finished a full-series re-read of Gotham Central, and it sure was a great reading experience. A police procedural more concerned with corruption within--Jim Corrigan, ace bad guy-- than...
  21. Savage Hearts, romance, adventure, wild imaginative fantasy

    Just finished a re-read of Savage Hearts, {Dark Horse comics) and very much enjoyed it a second time through. Unlikely characters, a muscular, take-charge, no-nonsense woman as lead character in a...
  22. I very much enjoyed the Lego movies -- they are...

    I very much enjoyed the Lego movies -- they are clever, quick, and fun. But a Lego comic? Not sure I understand why (other than financial reasons). Lacking film's motion, they're stiff, even...
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    Just finished a full-series re-read of Gotham...

    Just finished a full-series re-read of Gotham Central, and very much recommend it as a very cool police procedural largely tangential to all the masks and capes 'infesting' the city other than how...
  24. Just finished a full-series re-read of Gotham...

    Just finished a full-series re-read of Gotham Central-- what an A**hole James Corrigan is!! "Corrupt cop" hardly begins to describe him. 'Corrupt, corrupting, murdering cop' comes closer. So how...
  25. Thanks, Major. Joined up on the conversation...

    Thanks, Major. Joined up on the conversation there.
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