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    Savior of the Universe Flash Gordon's Avatar
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    I've been rereading Valerian and Laureline in spurts. Volume 19 currently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K7P5V View Post
    I know, right?! Never thought anything from Shooter would be considered obscure.
    This one qualifies.

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    I was in the mood for some old Tony S. Daniel Image reading, so I dug out F5 and read that.



    After viewing that atrocious movie, I began reading Bloodshot (2012).



    I also began reading Coffin Comics' Lady Death, my first time ever reading her books.

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    I completed rereading the incredible DEMO by Brian Wood and Becky Cloonan, a twelve issue series, and a six-issue follow up series from Vertigo, in which done-in-one stories feature aspects of ordinary teens who luck...or unluck...into a mutant power. Currently re-enjoying Power Girl, by Palmiotti, Gray, and Conner, a really clever, sumptuously illustrated light-hearted take on super-doing, including a wicked homage to Zardoz, and Jonah Hex, by Palmiotti, Gray, and at the outset, Luke Ross, a beautifully drawn hard and harsh western.
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    read the first 2 issues of The Maximortal by Rick Veitch, pretty interesting and funny, especially the 2nd issue.

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    Oh, yes, Veitch's "super-hero" titles are INCREDIBLE!
    Hope you've read or plan to read Brat Pack, as well as Maximortal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matt levin View Post
    Oh, yes, Veitch's "super-hero" titles are INCREDIBLE!
    Hope you've read or plan to read Brat Pack, as well as Maximortal.
    i hope to. i was lucky to find maximortal 1,2 & 5 in the bargain bins.

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