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ella
post Dec 1 2004, 11:12 AM
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*Twists through 180 degrees*


Not in a scary exorcist type way though, I hope? ohmy.gif

QUOTE (Excelsior @ Nov 22 2004, 10:48 PM)
Oooh, the Sandman series.  *Twists through 180 degrees*  Yup, all still there!  It took me so long to get them all that the style of my collection changes halfway through!  Great if you can get them in one go and read through at speed, it'll hang together better then.

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I saw the whole collection at Memorabilia, spread across various stalls, but I was feeling a bit cash-poor and didn't buy them. Why??!! I regret that decision now rolleyes.gif

I did make one purchse though - "Tozzer" - never heard of it before, but I liked the look of the artwork - kind of Penny Arcade. Its a kind of white trash spoof of Harry Potter, with appearences from various big, satirical movie characters - I particularly liked Morphius as Morphine, the Dumbledore character.

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post Dec 13 2004, 08:40 PM
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Am reading the Ultimate X-Men Graphic Novels. My housemate has bought the first 4, last night i read 2 volumes, and I've got 2 more for tonight. Reading them too fast like this though. sad.gif
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post Dec 14 2004, 01:08 AM
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Re-reading From Hell. Moore's a fucking wizard.
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post Dec 14 2004, 09:51 AM
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oh and just recently got into adrian tomine stuff, i love it so much. i cant wait for my student laon to come in january so i can bombard travelling man in manchester yay!
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post Dec 16 2004, 09:46 PM
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Being a the only person in the known world that thinks Buffy is shite,(sorry, really wanted to like it, but it's a bunch of cock)...shuddered when I found Joss Wheldon fella was taking his grubby little paws in the direction of my lovely X-Men...but...well let's say I was suprised.

But I'm watching you sun-shine!

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post Dec 16 2004, 09:50 PM
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I've been reading Volume 1 of the Essential, Uncanny X-Men. Since i thought it was about time i did.
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post Dec 17 2004, 12:14 AM
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Picked up the first TPB of "The Walking Dead" - "Days gone bye" the other day and loved it. I've dived into the story at around issue #9 so it was really interesting to see how it all started.

In addition to that I collected my issues of "Outsiders", "Ashes 2 Ashes", "Dr. Spectrum", "BPRD - The Dead" & "Fables".

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post Dec 17 2004, 11:19 AM
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I generally read anything by Jhonen Vasquez... and Arron Alexovich (ok.. he's only got one so far... but when he's made other comics I WILL buy them tongue.gif). Stuff like "teenagers from mars" which was uber cool... used to collect x-men stuff... but now theres too many comics and I have too little cash tongue.gif... Though I'm quite intrested by the fact that Joss has been writing some... how longs that been going on?

Well... other than meaning to get the Hellsing and megatokyo comics... thats about all I've been getting recently...
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post Dec 17 2004, 06:57 PM
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ATM, I'm reading the Emma Frost miniseries.
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post Dec 17 2004, 11:12 PM
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Fururama-o-rama. Is good. Is very good. smile.gif
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post Dec 21 2004, 06:09 AM
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Have just read 1602 by Neil Gaiman, Andy Kubert and Richard Isanove. A very odd re-imaging of the Marvel universe, with many heroes and villains appearing hundreds of years early in hitory, 1602 to be precise, as the universes answer to a mysterious temperal phenomonon. Brings together Beast (Hal McCoy), Jean Grey, Cyclops (Scotius Somerisle), Archangel (Robert Drake - son of Sir Francis), Nick Fury (Sir Nicholas Fury), Dr Strange, Daredevil, Black Widow, Dr (Otto Von) Doom, Mr Fantastic, The Human Torch, The Thing and Susan Storm (Four traveller on the good ship 'Fantastick'), Spiderman (Peter Parquagh), Magneto (Enrique), Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, Thor, Captain America, Toad, Grey Hulk, and some others who I couldn't recognise. Definately worth reading if you are a marvel fan.

I also noticed on the Marvel website that Richard Morgan, of Altered Carbon fame, has written an issue of Black Widow, with Nick Fury in it.

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post Dec 21 2004, 11:20 PM
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The last comic I read was.....Simpsons Comics. I know it's not a "proper" comic really but I didn't go to my local Comic Shop this week so I had to settle for *sigh* Tesco's.
sad.gif *Shame*
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post Dec 22 2004, 07:31 PM
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nightmares and fairytales rocks lots!

i want comics for xmas!
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post Dec 23 2004, 02:38 PM
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I just finished Maus by Art Spiegleman
it was amazing.. i highly recommend it.
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post Dec 26 2004, 11:52 AM
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Aaaah, I have found my people. I gave up collecting comics until the beginning of 2004. I started again in January and have spent too much. New year's resolution for this year is not to pay for any more comics that I don't look forward to feverishly. So far this year's list is;

Hellblazer - you gotta love John
The Losers - Hasn't started sucking, but there've been a couple of dicey moments.
Lenore - Funny stuff, whatever your mood and however drunk/goofed/sober you may be.
Human Target - Started off well, but if I'm not blown away by the next story arch, I'm jacking it in.

And although it's a mini, Grant Morrison's We3 is the best thing I've read all year.
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