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    Fantastic Member Dr Hank's Avatar
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    Exclusively older stuff for me, a mix of nostalgia and runs I missed. I have no desire to collect floppies again and big "collected editions" are partly what got me back into reading comics again.

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    About 95% old stuff from DC and Marvel both. Between Marvel Unlimited and DC Universe Infinite, there is so much old stuff to read. Most of it is much more enjoyable for me.

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    Both but I'm mainly reading new ones right now.
    Reading List (Super behind but reading them nontheless):
    DC: Green Lantern, Red Hood, Far Sector, The Other History of the DC Universe, Truth and Justice
    Marvel: HiXmen, Miles Morales: Spider-Man, Immortal Hulk, Daredevil
    LionForge: Noble, Astonisher
    Image: Killadelphia, Bitter Root, Excellence
    IDW: TMNT: The Last Ronin
    Other: XOGeneSYS, Clock Striker, Is'Nana The Were-Spider, Yohance, EXO Wale Williams

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    In recent years I've stuck entirely to old comics. The few new books I've sampled just didn't hold my attention.
    The announcement of the new Blue and Gold book will have me reading at least one new DC book in July

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    Old stuffs. Most of new stuffs are not interesting enough to me.

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    Mostly old stuff. Really hard to find something current that really excites me. I have all the Snyders Justice League TPBs lined up for me to read, and I simply couldn't get past the second. I Have Johns Doomsday Clock and Shazam TPBS also on my waiting list, however they always loose their place on the waiting list for Stuff like Ordway's Power of Shazam, PAD's book 5 of Young Justice, Wolfman's most recent New Teen Titans TPB, The Final Night, and so on... I'm having the same problem with Marvel. The old stuff is much more appealing to me.

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    All of my DC reading are comics published before 2000. I've really lost interest in modern comics.

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    only Old i am now reading old Batman comics from Golden and SIlver age

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    Older comics for me since my favs are almost never doing anything in recent continuity. Newer would probably be events or just recently the new GL.

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    I'll echo the recommendation here for people who are sick of modern big two comics to give Manga a go. Once you look past the Shonen battle stuff that most westerners immediately think of when Manga is mentioned, you'll find there's a ton of great material out there, something for every taste and mood.

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    Old stuff for me. I don't like the current direction of most of the books. The past few years I've been disappointed by the modern DC stuff. So I finally cut ties and just read the old books. I found I'm much happier that way.

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    This post got flagged so I’m editing it. I’d recommended a series from another publisher which I didn’t realize was a faux pas. I understand why it is though, it’s a good rule, I’m glad I was flagged and got the chance to edit out the offending comment. Sorry y’all.
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    A little of both, but not the latest titles as of late since the New 52. Just couldn't be on board with that.

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    I read Fire Power after the price drop, everything else is old, since I am a digital reader why not just read all the great books, modern stuff reads like really bad fan fiction from the big 2.

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    I mostly read old comics
    Want to read Wonder Woman stories, but don't know where to start? Check out my top 10 lists for Golden Age, Silver Age, Bronze Age and Modern Age Wonder Woman tales!

    "You can't make an omelet without breaking a few necks." - Wonder Woman, probably

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