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    How's barnes & noble's shipping conditions? Do they pack packages like IST or more like Amazon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by newparisian View Post
    How's barnes & noble's shipping conditions? Do they pack packages like IST or more like Amazon?
    Barnes and Nobles does better than Amazon (from Amazon most times you get the book loose in a box way too big, and if you're lucky they throw in a few air packets). Barnes and Nobles usually ships books in a cardboard sleeve that fits around the book. It's not damage proof, but it provides a bit more protection. IST does way way better than both though, with all the padding and protection they add I doubt anyone could ever get a damaged book from them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Whovian View Post
    Oh, man it lights up? I neeeeed that!! It's an addiction! Lol!

    What are some of the last books you have read? I picked up the Cates Thanos HC and it was brilliant.
    Hmmm, I've never read Thanos specifically but I think he has popped up in something else that I've read at some point... I don't read much Marvel
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    Quote Originally Posted by Enigma View Post
    Hmmm, I've never read Thanos specifically but I think he has popped up in something else that I've read at some point... I don't read much Marvel
    I don't read much mainstream superhero books anymore, period, but Cates' Thanos and its follow ups are the bee's knees!
    I never cared for Thanos whatsoever but Thanos wins was just an absolute blast and the sequel, Cosmis Ghost rider: Baby Thanos must die, is even crazier and more fun.

    Can't wait to read the Guardians that's a sequel to that.

    That and Zdarksy's Daredevil are the two Marvel books in the last year or two I didn't just think were good but I would most definitely recommend to everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taiyaki View Post
    Barnes and Nobles does better than Amazon (from Amazon most times you get the book loose in a box way too big, and if you're lucky they throw in a few air packets). Barnes and Nobles usually ships books in a cardboard sleeve that fits around the book. It's not damage proof, but it provides a bit more protection. IST does way way better than both though, with all the padding and protection they add I doubt anyone could ever get a damaged book from them.
    Thanks
    I'm just going stir crazy waiting for IST to come back online and am looking at alternatives for things like Astonishing X-men omni.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enigma View Post
    Hmmm, I've never read Thanos specifically but I think he has popped up in something else that I've read at some point... I don't read much Marvel
    What books are you reading?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Whovian View Post
    What books are you reading?
    Mostly The Walking Dead, but I think I also have Salem's Lot (the novel) waiting to be read
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    Quote Originally Posted by Balakin View Post
    I don't read much mainstream superhero books anymore, period, but Cates' Thanos and its follow ups are the bee's knees!
    I never cared for Thanos whatsoever but Thanos wins was just an absolute blast and the sequel, Cosmis Ghost rider: Baby Thanos must die, is even crazier and more fun.

    Can't wait to read the Guardians that's a sequel to that.

    That and Zdarksy's Daredevil are the two Marvel books in the last year or two I didn't just think were good but I would most definitely recommend to everyone.
    I can definitely second Zdarsky's Daredevil. Different and very interesting. Some great art by Marco Checchetto as well as by Jorge Fornés.

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    Sean Philips confirms (again) that criminal deluxe editions will be re-released, with new covers. And a third volume with the new series will also be released
    https://twitter.com/seanpphillips/st...74865578127360

    I really like the style of the new cover, but I already have the old ones and there's no justification to buy them again. But the third one I will buy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enigma View Post
    Mostly The Walking Dead, but I think I also have Salem's Lot (the novel) waiting to be read
    Cool. I'm working my way through my DD collection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Enigma View Post
    Mostly The Walking Dead, but I think I also have Salem's Lot (the novel) waiting to be read
    My favourite King novel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guthwulf View Post
    Sean Philips confirms (again) that criminal deluxe editions will be re-released, with new covers. And a third volume with the new series will also be released
    https://twitter.com/seanpphillips/st...74865578127360

    I really like the style of the new cover, but I already have the old ones and there's no justification to buy them again. But the third one I will buy
    Conflicted.......really like the redesign, but I also have the first 2 already and hope the upcoming 3rd still matches what I have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreakyFraser View Post
    Conflicted.......really like the redesign, but I also have the first 2 already and hope the upcoming 3rd still matches what I have.
    Me too. If I can sell the first two for a good price ..... I'm tempted to go for that option and buy them back later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellboydce View Post
    My favourite King novel
    I'm 300 pages in and enjoying it so far, but I don't feel very attached to any of the characters...
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    Quote Originally Posted by neilhimself
    Volume 1 of the @darkhorsecomics NEIL GAIMAN LIBRARY arrived with me today. It's huge and beautiful, and contains four whole books: A Study In Emerald, Murder Mysteries, How to Talk to Girls at Parties, and Forbidden Brides... What a glorious surprise.

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