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    Quote Originally Posted by darediva View Post
    Right now trying to read everything Daredevil.
    There's a whole lotta great Daredevil comics out there! Frank Miller, Brian Michael Bendis, Ed Brubaker, and most recently Mark Waid are the writers you should be looking out for in particular.

    Quote Originally Posted by darediva View Post
    In general I hope this place will help me to get into comics, because this far I have been quite a casual reader, but you know, I wanna dig deeper.
    Yes! Dig! There are so many great comics out there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by darediva View Post
    Right now trying to read everything Daredevil. In general I hope this place will help me to get into comics, because this far I have been quite a casual reader, but you know, I wanna dig deeper.
    Daredevil is speaking for your taste I can't think of another superhero with more quality runs to his name. Daredevil by Frank Miller, Daredevil by Brian Michael Bendis, Daredevil by Ed Brubaker and last but not least Daredevil by Mark Waid (from 1980- 2015). That should keep you occupied for some time. I'm currently rereading them as well, being halfway through the Miller material.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spike-X View Post
    There's a whole lotta great Daredevil comics out there! Frank Miller, Brian Michael Bendis, Ed Brubaker, and most recently Mark Waid are the writers you should be looking out for in particular.
    Quote Originally Posted by batnbreakfast View Post
    Daredevil is speaking for your taste I can't think of another superhero with more quality runs to his name. Daredevil by Frank Miller, Daredevil by Brian Michael Bendis, Daredevil by Ed Brubaker and last but not least Daredevil by Mark Waid (from 1980- 2015). That should keep you occupied for some time. I'm currently rereading them as well, being halfway through the Miller material.
    Thanks for recommendations! Right now, I got my hands on Mark Waid works, and got three issues form Soule, trying to figure out, whether I like this.
    But Daredevil definitely keeps me occupied, so many great things out there!

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    Yeah, I'm pretty lukewarm on Soule's run so far. Which is a shame, because he wrote a spectacularly charming Matt Murdock in a couple of issues of his recent She Hulk series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spike-X View Post
    Yeah, I'm pretty lukewarm on Soule's run so far. Which is a shame, because he wrote a spectacularly charming Matt Murdock in a couple of issues of his recent She Hulk series.
    Soule's She-Hulk was pretty good but I like Slott's much more. How is his Inhumans material? Swamp Thing was great but his She-Hulk was great art with solid writing for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by batnbreakfast View Post
    Soule's She-Hulk was pretty good but I like Slott's much more.
    I've read bits and pieces of Slott's run. He's responsible for that famous Spider-Man vs. J. Jonah Jameson courtroom scene, isn't he? I need to get the whole lot.

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    How is his Inhumans material?
    I read the first couple issues. They didn't interest me enough to bother with any more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spike-X View Post
    I've read bits and pieces of Slott's run. He's responsible for that famous Spider-Man vs. J. Jonah Jameson courtroom scene, isn't he? I need to get the whole lot.



    I read the first couple issues. They didn't interest me enough to bother with any more.
    Don't remember the JJJ scene but the whole run was collected in 2 massive trades and I like how Slott handles goofy characters like Starfox and Titania (if that's her name). It often was Ally Mc Beal with She-Hulk as Ally.

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    Hello,

    Quick Intro: MatchstickJohnny is my screen name. The funny thing is my name is not even Johnny. Kind of a rip off aint it? I actually sort of randomly selected it years ago after reading Claremont and Larroca's Fantastic Four Alternate Negative Zone story (issue 17-18). I have always been a Marvel Comics reader but have enough DC knowledge to survive. Without telling my age, my Marvel Comics history began with Marvel Tales Spider-Man and when I decided to start collecting comics Spider-Man seemed to be the obvious choice to collect. I started around the time Secret Wars was ending and Secret Wars II was beginning. I missed the introduction and the ending of the black suit (ASM 252-258) but was able to buy them as back issues from this incredible wonderland of a comic store that sold back issues! It was 1984 and a whole new world had just opened up for me. I began building my back issue collection but also picked up new releases as well. And the rest is history…..

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    I'm Perry, early 30s, been a comic book fan ever since I began watching the Batman, X-Men, and Spider-Man animated shows of the 90s. Since then, I've mostly been a Marvel junkie, but some DC stuff here and there. I lurked in the old CBR from time to time. I hadn't been back in a while, at least not to the forums. Was mostly just reading articles.

    I'm from Chicago but I've spent the past eight years living and working in Japan as a teacher. I'm also a published author. Most of my work is writing prose fiction—pulp-style action/adventure and superheroes. I have done some comic book writing and lettering as well, and I do editing and design work for other authors. I also write the occasional article over at WhatCulture.

    These days, I'm almost exclusively Marvel. Loving All-New All-Different Avengers and the X-books so far, those are the titles that go to the top of my list.

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    Hey guys.

    Not much to say about myself really, but I thought I'd introduce myself anyway. So yeah, I'm a fan of DC and Marvel comics, but I read more Marvel. I love what they're doing over at Marvel Studios with the MCU. Those guys are great. I'm looking forward to the DC Extended Universe (I think that's what they're calling it) too. Hopefully that goes well. A couple of years ago, I made the decision to go digital when it came buying single issues, but I collect trades of the series I'm digging just to, you know, own hard copies of the books. And yeah. This place seems kind of cool, so I thought I'd kick it around here for awhile. [insert smiley face emoji]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ant-Man View Post
    A couple of years ago, I made the decision to go digital when it came buying single issues, but I collect trades of the series I'm digging just to, you know, own hard copies of the books.
    That's the way I've been doing it too, and I've found it works well.

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    Hello guys, I dont know if this is the right thread for my question but i want to start reading comics so if anyone can recomend me any free sites or apps for mobile to watch comics dont be shy to share . Thanks in advance

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    Hello. I wasn't planning on posting in this thread, but it became necessary because I think this is the best place for me to say thank you. A short time ago I asked for help to find my avatar from before the CBR reboot. Not only did I receive what I wanted, but it happened much faster than I expected. As you can tell from my name and probably from most of my posts, I'm a big fan of The Fox and The Crow, with the emphasis on The Crow. I'll try not to be too overbearing about that subject. It's obvious that the superheroes and supervillains get most of the attention. But please don't forget the more lighthearted characters. :-)

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    hi hero talk here I came to cbr because I love comics my favorite hero is batman my favorite team is batman and superman and I'm really happy to be able to talk to people who like comics to

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    Hi guys,

    I'm an X-Men fan who grew up on way too much Claremont. My particular interest is with Storm. Although I've been a reader of comics my whole life, I had never joined such a community, so I'm excited to start talking with you guys. I was born and raised in France, but I'm currently based in London.

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