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    Quote Originally Posted by dedpool79 View Post
    Anyone pick up the new Galaxy Quest?
    I picked it up, but haven't yet had the time to read it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathstroke View Post
    I picked it up, but haven't yet had the time to read it.
    I understand why, but it bothered me to no end that none of the characters looked like they do in the movie. I think the story is worthwhile though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dedpool79 View Post
    I understand why, but it bothered me to no end that none of the characters looked like they do in the movie. I think the story is worthwhile though.
    Just read it at lunch today. The first issue was OKAY for setting the table for the rest of the story but I do agree that having none of the characters resembling the cast from the movie at all takes you out of the tale a little bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathstroke View Post
    Just read it at lunch today. The first issue was OKAY for setting the table for the rest of the story but I do agree that having none of the characters resembling the cast from the movie at all takes you out of the tale a little bit.
    Sorry, guys. I wish we would have had likeness rights, but that's not the case more often than it is.

    Hope the story gives some chuckles, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Burnham View Post
    Sorry, guys. I wish we would have had likeness rights, but that's not the case more often than it is.

    Hope the story gives some chuckles, though.
    Guy spinoff...chuckled my ass off..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Burnham View Post
    Sorry, guys. I wish we would have had likeness rights, but that's not the case more often than it is.

    Hope the story gives some chuckles, though.
    Oh, I'm digging the story, and I completely understand the likeness rights stuff, it's just one of those jarring things, like when they replace cast member on a TV show, lol. It just takes a few episodes to get used to it! Can't wait to see what's next.
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    I enjoyed Galaxy Quest #1.

    As for the lack of cast likeness, it didn't bother me. In fact, I liked it. I often feel like many times with comics based on movies/TV shows, when artists go to great lengths to capture a cast's likeness, it can cramp the artwork. When working with characters previously portrayed in live-action, I prefer that artists instead create something that represents the spirit of the character, rather than stay strictly beholden to a certain actor or actress's exact likeness.

    If they can do that, and the writer captures the characters' voice, then I'm happy. And in that regard, I think Burnham and Arranz succeeded nicely.
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    Where is IDW's headquarters at? How do you get a job there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hypestyle View Post
    Where is IDW's headquarters at? How do you get a job there?
    Their headquarters are in San Diego.
    http://www.idwpublishing.com/contact

    According to their website, they are not hiring at this time. Although they do have internships.
    http://www.idwpublishing.com/interns...opportunities/

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    Guys, can anyone tell me what we can expect from next month's Lock and Key Master Edition Vol. 1? I don't own any IDW books so I don't know what to expect... Is it going to be oversized? Does IDW use dustjackets? What about their bindings and paper?
    Thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnHorus View Post
    Guys, can anyone tell me what we can expect from next month's Lock and Key Master Edition Vol. 1? I don't own any IDW books so I don't know what to expect... Is it going to be oversized? Does IDW use dustjackets? What about their bindings and paper?
    Thanks in advance!
    They don't usually use dustjackets, so I doubt you'll get one here. It looks to be slightly smaller that the TMNT Ultimate Collection HC's, which were oversized, so I'd say this will be as well. I was more than impressed with the TMNT books, so I expect the same level of quality here, I doubt you'll be disappointed.
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    Ragnarok #4 when does this come out? Haven't seen a release date yet...

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    Anyone picked up the latest Transformers vs GI Joe? Finally came out yesterday and although it's a bit of a jumpy issue it's still one of the most fun and innovative books out there!

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    Hey guys, I was wondering if it was worth it to buy the new Transformers: Dark Cybertron HC that was just released ? I already have the Phase 2 Volume 1 HC, and really enjoyed it, so do you think they'll collect Dark Cybertron issues in future "Phase 2" volumes (I'd prefer if they'd do that) ? Or is it more likely that they will skip over those issues since they are already collected in the Dark Cybertron HC ?

    I hope my question is clear! I'm rather new to IDW and Transformers, so I don't know how they ususally do those kinds of collections.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aomalle27 View Post
    Ragnarok #4 when does this come out? Haven't seen a release date yet...
    I haven't either, I really hope this book can come out at least somewhat consistently.

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