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    I am reading over 50 collected editions
    Just the other day I added New Teen Titans Omnibus vol.2 and Superior Brian Michael Bendis complete Daredevil vol.1
    and now today received Siler Age Legion Of Super Heroes Omnibus vol.2 and Superior Spider-Man complete collection vol.1.
    I have books to the left of my computer I pick up and read and than book mark
    I have books to the right of my computer, I have books down below on my left side and books behind me against the back
    wall that I all have book marks and I am currently reading and I will be ordering more today or soon.

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    Thor - The God of Thunder. Epic Collection. 1st time reading Thor solo books.

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    I'm currently reading my Amazing Spider-man Omnibus Volume 1 again in honour of Steve Ditko.
    Currently Pulling: Amazing Spider-man, Black Hammer: Age of Doom, Black Hammer: The Quantum Age, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Go Go Power Rangers, Gideon Falls, Babyteeth

    I want to lie shipwrecked and comatose, drinking fresh mango juice. Goldfish shoals nibbling at my toes. Fun, fun, fun in the sun, sun, sun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2nd line g View Post
    Thor - The God of Thunder. Epic Collection. 1st time reading Thor solo books.
    Silver Age Thor is great especially later on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FluffySheep View Post
    I'm currently reading my Amazing Spider-man Omnibus Volume 1 again in honour of Steve Ditko.
    How do the early Spidey stories hold up? Keen to give them a read as I haven't read as much Spider-Man as I'd like and the original stuff looks quite good.

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    Just finished vol 8 of Hellblazer (working my way through them) and I have to say I hope it gets better, I read up to about issue 100ish when they were released as floppies but I don’t remember them being this boring, even the Ennis stuff has put me to sleep, which writer have I got to look forward to in the later runs? This is a shame as I always remembered Hellblazer as being the book that started me collecting conics, rose tinted glasses I guess, because at the moment ebays a calling.

    Just had a horrible thought, what if after all these years, when Absolute ST gets released, I feel the same?? ��

    Also, the Hellblazers are being read at work, my home reading at the mo is Absolute ASS, which isn’t disappointing me at all
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellboydce View Post
    Just finished vol 8 of Hellblazer (working my way through them) and I have to say I hope it gets better, I read up to about issue 100ish when they were released as floppies but I don’t remember them being this boring, even the Ennis stuff has put me to sleep, which writer have I got to look forward to in the later runs? This is a shame as I always remembered Hellblazer as being the book that started me collecting conics, rose tinted glasses I guess, because at the moment ebays a calling.

    Just had a horrible thought, what if after all these years, when Absolute ST gets released, I feel the same?? ��

    Also, the Hellblazers are being read at work, my home reading at the mo is Absolute ASS, which isn’t disappointing me at all
    oh boy, maybe Carrey then? I liked the Jenkins run but preferred Ennis. Azzarello is very different so maybe you will enjoy that more? But I think you will like Carrey since you liked Lucifer too (although that's the superior work imho).
    Same thing happened to me with The Goon btw. I'm always afraid since then when I revisit a series I'll be disappointed but thankfully that was the only one so far (recently reread The Ultimates which is still a fun series although I look at it differently now than a decade ago and started re reading Scalped which is just as good as it was the first time).

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    Quote Originally Posted by FluffySheep View Post
    I'm currently reading my Amazing Spider-man Omnibus Volume 1 again in honour of Steve Ditko.
    I was about halfway through this particular omni when I heard the news. cherishing the rest of it before I move on to vol. 2.

    Quote Originally Posted by ArkhamJamie View Post
    How do the early Spidey stories hold up? Keen to give them a read as I haven't read as much Spider-Man as I'd like and the original stuff looks quite good.
    Besides FF, this is the best the silver age has to offer. I would say they stand the test of time & are definitely worth checking out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArkhamJamie View Post
    How do the early Spidey stories hold up? Keen to give them a read as I haven't read as much Spider-Man as I'd like and the original stuff looks quite good.
    I'd say they still hold up. I mean, you can tell they were written 50 years ago but they're kind of iconic and definitely enjoyable.

    Quote Originally Posted by Andru View Post
    I was about halfway through this particular omni when I heard the news. cherishing the rest of it before I move on to vol. 2.
    I re-read Dr Strange's origin over the weekend, as well as picking up the Spidey omni again. I had a Ditko weekend, which is spilling over into this week!
    Currently Pulling: Amazing Spider-man, Black Hammer: Age of Doom, Black Hammer: The Quantum Age, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Go Go Power Rangers, Gideon Falls, Babyteeth

    I want to lie shipwrecked and comatose, drinking fresh mango juice. Goldfish shoals nibbling at my toes. Fun, fun, fun in the sun, sun, sun.

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    Reading the 30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition of Crisis On Infinite Earths. I was 12 when COIE came out. I didn’t really understand what was going on at the time, and am almost positive I didn’t read each issue when it came out either. I specifically remember buying #8 where the Flash dies, and it having more of an impact for me than Supergirl dying in the prior issue.

    For a re-read, I really enjoy it.

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    Too much stuff lol! But I'm reading:

    Death of Wolverine Complete Collection
    Avengers by Hickman Omnibus Vol. 1

    And I really need to finish these 2 that I started a longgg time ago. They are great but I read a lot of stuff and can't seem to pick them up again:

    Gotham Central Omnibus
    Punisher by Garth Ennis Omnibus

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    Finished Identity Crisis 10th Anni Hardcover and now have started Infinite Crisis omnibus!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuggyBear View Post
    Finished Identity Crisis 10th Anni Hardcover and now have started Infinite Crisis omnibus!
    And did you like it?

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    I'm on to Lucifer Vol 4. Have to go order Vol 5! For anyone who likes Sandman, this would be a great read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FluffySheep View Post
    I'd say they still hold up. I mean, you can tell they were written 50 years ago but they're kind of iconic and definitely enjoyable.



    I re-read Dr Strange's origin over the weekend, as well as picking up the Spidey omni again. I had a Ditko weekend, which is spilling over into this week!

    While not my personal favorite, I think Spider-Man is the most consistently good book of the SA. The early run culminating in issues 31-33 where Spidey goes nuts is easily one of the best moments of the 60s. I might have to reread those three this weekend. That and the first appearance of the Lord of Nightmares in Dr. Strange. I love that issue.

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