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A better pimple by Oliver Blackwater - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 16:52:03 EST ID:zaYQbszh No.43427 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://punnylove.blogspot.com/2017/11/a-better-pimple.html


X-Men by Basil Sigglewen - Fri, 20 Oct 2017 09:42:10 EST ID:sCeosyG4 No.43365 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Haven't really read Marvel in about 15 years, about the time they shut down the Marvel Knights imprint. I've only started reading comics at all again in the past few months.

Anyways I've never really read X-Men at all but have recently taken an interest in them. Read House of M and now I'm reading v4 of Uncanny, Extraordinary, and v2 of All New X-Men.

Too many directions to go from here, anyone have ideas which X-Men storylines are worth checking out?
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Nicholas Midgehall - Wed, 08 Nov 2017 08:55:55 EST ID:qUGqNh6Y No.43392 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>43382
>Marvel is a money hungry corporation, it will never give up this contrast in the name of narrative coherence or writing good stories.
Not that I disagree with your overall point that general society in the MU should stay the same (although the way it's executed DOES make various "heroes" look like incompetent wankers), but when comics make as little money in the grand scheme of things as they do now I don't think this mindset holds up. Would big real-world changes make a massive difference in sales? Can't say. I've heard convincing arguments for both. But in the grander scheme of things, where the comics are a glorified test-lab for other media avenues, it'd make a far more efficient money-making whole. To paraphrase Stan, "When Jack & I saw Superman & Batman, we were inspired to make Spider-Man & the FF. When new writers see Spider-Man & the FF, they're inspired to make more Spider-Man & FF". Totally disregard for the mindset behind these icons, so more icons aren't made.
>you want to change the world they live in in a way that's unrecognizable from our own too?
You think my pitch to unfreeze time somehow wouldn't effect all the characters who've been frozen in time? Again, "I'll take a fantastic setting that still feels genuine over a mundane one that's thoroughly fake." The very crux of my argument entails that problem be removed. Characters would age & retire & give way to new generations, as they were meant to. The lore wouldn't stack forever like an unassailable garbage heap or hyperactivated cancer, it would cycle through & constantly allow new accessible context to a new accessible audience. Like that real life thing you're lauding. I don't need to know a sports team's history dating back to the 1960s to get into that sports team now. It'd be enriching, but not bloody vital.
>Probably the fear to do even worse and fail completely?
See my first part. There's nothing to lose. There are rumors the comics' division already operates on a loss, and other media ventures already have 60 years of stories to draw inspiration from (not to mention ju…
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Thomas Tillingson - Wed, 08 Nov 2017 13:13:16 EST ID:N5RmCn2y No.43393 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43392
>Characters would age & retire & give way to new generations, as they were meant to

Come on, you know that's risky. Old characters have decades of history.. And I'm not talking about their own messed up biographies, but real world history. They've been part of society for a long time, and that alone gives them a certain kind of popular power that would trump any well-thought out new legacy character. I don't think the name is enough, especially now that their fanbase, is, imho, mostly composed of die-hard fans who only tune in because it's something familiar. Having other characters take the mantle would mean losing some of their familiarity, and new readers aren't as reliable as old ones.

I mean, as a reader, I agree with you, and I would love for that to happen.. But from the point of view of marvel it's a risky move. I guess this rests on whether you agree with me about who's buying marvel comics now and if gaining new readers would be worth the risk of alienating some old ones..

>There are rumors the comics' division already operates on a loss, and other media ventures already have 60 years of stories to draw inspiration from (not to mention just making up their own shit). Risks hurt nobody in so small a cog of what's now so massive a machine. Marvel isn't strong? Nigga where you been since 2008? I know I know, comics =/= movies, but it's all the same corporation and all privy to the same income, investments & creative rewards.

Yeah I was only focusing on the comics' part. I don't know what to say, in theory you make sense, but then why aren't they changing things? From what I've seen, the only things the movies brought are some changes in the comics that make them more similar to the movies, either stylistically, or in terms of stories/cast. They should have the strength to dare more.. There's one caveat though. Who knows how long the movies' success will last? I'm honestly amazed it's lasted this long, and we haven't grown sick of it. I'm mentioning this because the change you're suggesting, making the characters grow older, making other character take the mantle, is som…
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Esther Gucklehutch - Sat, 11 Nov 2017 06:48:54 EST ID:qUGqNh6Y No.43402 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>43393
Retire =/= no longer show up. That'd take another good few decades.
They'd also still be the focus of the relevant media outlets like film & vidya. Insofar as audiences want and producers provide.
I didn't even say shit about legacy heroes. These past few years have been dire. Because the original philosophy has been forgotten. It's fanboys raised on the neverending Marvel-U trying to write something they have no grasp of. You know who did? The generation who grew up on 60s Marvel. Claremont, Englehart, Simonson, Starlin, Stern; when they wrote stories with the given cast they became iconic, and when they made new characters they were NEW. They understood the appeal of growth and development and change and lo' and behold they all start dropping off and leaving for personal projects as the 80s drew to a close & their input became counterproductive. The New Mutants weren't Cyclops Jr, II-ceman, MiniBeast etc.. The constituent New warriors took pride in their originality. The Power Pack were so subtle their purpose still goes largely unrecognized. And now they're all obscure ephemera because they never did what they were bloody created to do.
>I guess this rests on whether you agree with me about who's buying marvel comics now
Oh I agree. I just think it's irrelevant. None of ANAD's phony pandering "change" means anything, especially when done by people so incompetent. It doesn't draw the new fans & just pisses off the old. I'm saying that, if executed well (which would take an entire creative overhaul to which "back to basics" meant more than the superficial), there's nothing to lose through the risk and frankly those old entrenched fans would be the most likely to love & support it.
>I don't know what to say, in theory you make sense, but then why aren't they changing things?
Thing's aren't bad enough yet. But we're close and getting ever-closer. Constant relaunches isn't working, emulating the movies isn't working, chasing the Tumblr market isn't working, they're burning through their bag of tricks and will eventua…
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Ebenezer Billingridge - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 20:22:15 EST ID:CA41cnmO No.43417 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43402
> when they wrote stories with the given cast they became iconic, and when they made new characters they were NEW. They understood the appeal of growth and development and change

It's not like they had much choice though. You forget that in those times there was no Image comics, or Boom!, or Avatar, and if you wanted to work in comics you either had to starve with small, inconsequential publishers, starve by self-publishing, or work with the big two.
Can you blame today's writers for not creating new character, when they'll never be compensated for that work? Why not take that new idea and spin it in a comic from which they'll get royalties instead?

Good news for comics, bad news for the big two. I mean, even the current DC rebirth is fueled by the infusion of new characters that aren't new at all, they're from watchmen. I haven't read them, but they say they're good.. But then again, since they seem to hinge on these characters, once the plot gets resolved, the mystery is gone, they take part in the DCU, and the novelty wears off, will the quality remain the same? I think DC will suffer the same difficulty, as they have the same problem as Marvel, no writer finds it worthwhile to create new characters for them.

>None of ANAD's phony pandering "change" means anything, especially when done by people so incompetent. It doesn't draw the new fans & just pisses off the old

ANAD? But yeah, if you mean chasing the tumblr crowd, that was cringy.. But then again so is the crowd. At least now they have confirmation that they just want to complain about comics, not actually buy them.

>Two parallel lines of comics where one moves in real time & the other stays the same, or dead characters people miss getting their own insular-canon spinoffs.

That would be cool, but this faces the same problem as above, and recycling has a limit.. Then again, there's a shitload of obscure marvel characters to recycle, so I can see it work, with a bit of creativity.
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Betsy Brindlechin - Sat, 18 Nov 2017 07:56:11 EST ID:qUGqNh6Y No.43418 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43417
>Can you blame today's writers for not creating new character, when they'll never be compensated for that work?
That's a major factor, by all means. Roy Thomas had the mindset back in the 60s and is considered the template for a "Marvel writer". And the rise of Image et al. indeed contributed to a sheer drop-off in new IP. It's a matter of balance & compromise, and like I said would require an overhaul of business practice in the first place.
Probably worth mentioning that DC's a different beast entirely. The Marvel Age was an explicit retort to the way DC did things, both have since copied & traded so much that they're a lot less distinct. Still, at the foundation, those characters were made to be eternal and between the way the universe is structured & the workings of Crises that's fine. At least IMO.
>ANAD?
All-New All-Different. Name of the post-Secret Wars relauch. Which went full fucking throttle with that Tumblr-chasing so it gets used as a catch-all term for the general movement.


Kick-Ass by Beatrice Brundleham - Thu, 16 Nov 2017 22:50:53 EST ID:8t2hzvjW No.43414 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Apparently there is a new Kick-Ass comic on the way with a new lead character.

http://ew.com/books/2017/11/15/mark-millar-new-kick-ass-comic-black-female-hero/
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Reuben Hallerchon - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 07:03:14 EST ID:ghUL5zJo No.43415 Report Quick Reply
>>43414
>Kick Ass is now black and female
someones been reading too much Marvel
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Esther Hengerbick - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 08:05:47 EST ID:qUGqNh6Y No.43416 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43415
Who gives a shit?
I ain't gonna read it either way, it just don't mattah.
If anything it makes for a more believable vigilante backstory. It's Millar. She gon git lynched AND raped.


BENIS TO DEEC by Nicholas Midgehall - Wed, 08 Nov 2017 07:52:44 EST ID:qUGqNh6Y No.43390 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://411mania.com/movies/brian-michael-bendis-jumps-marvel-comics-dc-exclusive-deal/

NA NA NAAA NAAAAA
NA NA NAAA NAAAAAAAA
HEY HEY HEYYYYYYY
GOOODBYEEEEE

HE'S YOUR PROBLEM NOW seriously though my deepest condolences t all DCfriends.
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George Brungerwill - Wed, 08 Nov 2017 18:06:14 EST ID:ghUL5zJo No.43394 Report Quick Reply
>>43390
I like DC and Marvel equally and hate Bendis I don't know how to feel about this. It'll be different, thats for sure. Hopefully Marvel uses this as an opportunity to move away from his style of comics rather than replacing him with a fucking Bendis wannabe hack fuck. Jason Aaron looked like a frontrunner a few years ago but now his books have gotten stale. Rick Re,ender and Hickman quit. Marvel is low on writers I give a fuck about now that DC has Tom King and Dan Abnett exclusively and Image has Hickman/Remender. I still follow Marvel books but the only good writer there (Al Ewing) cant get sales if his life depended on it.
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Reuben Coshfeck - Thu, 09 Nov 2017 02:01:35 EST ID:XIWNydXc No.43395 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Any word on which IPs he'll be working on??

All I've seen is announcements of his jumping ship, but no titles mentioned.
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Martin Clussledale - Fri, 10 Nov 2017 01:58:27 EST ID:5l4pt9Fu No.43399 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's not like DC has been immune. Check out Maggs Visaggio's twitter some time for a look at the cancer already in DC.
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Edward Billingway - Fri, 10 Nov 2017 09:42:36 EST ID:qUGqNh6Y No.43400 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43394
Here's the thing. Ewing's only been given C-list fanboy projects.
Bendis got noticed for his work on Daredevil & Ultimate Spider-Man. from that he landed Avengers, and then X-Men, and then Iron Man and GotG. His career's been a perpetual motion machine. He always gets sales because he's always on the sellers which gets him put on more sellers.
All it takes is giving Ewing that opportunity. Which probably wouldn't happen anyway because his entire creative ethos is anathema to Queseda, Alonso, Brevoot, etc..


Best online places to buy comics? by Angus Claywill - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 09:21:27 EST ID:Wgew8T2M No.43346 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I currently live in a country where it is hard to find English translated comic book and graphic novels. They do exist in some of the larger bookshops but they are extremely expensive because they are imported.

Does anyone have a reccomended online shop for comics/graphic novels/manga? Obviously there's Amazon, but is there anything that's not as well known that I could be using?

Many thanks!
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Hedda Lightlock - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 15:02:42 EST ID:qUGqNh6Y No.43347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43346
Forbidden Planet maybe?
There's a site I bought some individual issues of 90s/00s comics from, can't recall the name tho.
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[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 18:34:48 EST ID:HsB7xxv1 No.43351 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43346
English-translated as in English? I buy all my trades from Book Depository, which has decent prices as well as being free shipping for like a bunch of countries, which is great coz international shipping would normally fuck me
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Hannah Meddlefield - Thu, 28 Sep 2017 05:18:55 EST ID:k97EPeVJ No.43352 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43346
http://jurnalu.ru/


The fall of Marvel by Archie Fanson - Sun, 10 Sep 2017 14:51:13 EST ID:JEJ8RygG No.43312 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Applauds! Marvel is now 2x times more worse then DC before rebooting their whole universe.
Iron-Man and X-men are fully raped by Brian Michael Bendis (the straight Ice-Man is now a faggot, and Iron-Man is fully fucked up)
Spider-Man is still getting raped by Dan Slott
Way to many SJW+LGBT propoganda, the stories are getting more and more disgusting...
R.I.P. MARVEL 1939-2009 (died since Disney had got their dirty hands on them)
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Ian Snodfield - Wed, 13 Sep 2017 19:20:22 EST ID:aBJaOtdU No.43332 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43331
Because gay haters are all closet gay, they should just come out.
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Charles Fandlefoot - Wed, 13 Sep 2017 19:30:24 EST ID:qUGqNh6Y No.43333 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43331
That's the joke.
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Nathaniel Honeyman - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 01:01:30 EST ID:xc7cF/x2 No.43337 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43331
How indeed?
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Shit Bardlock - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 10:25:12 EST ID:aBJaOtdU No.43338 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43337

>>43332
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Martha Blasslecheck - Sun, 17 Sep 2017 17:13:16 EST ID:JU7wpJMW No.43343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>43314
I can't believe something from Austen's run stuck.


RIP Len Wein by James Bongerwater - Mon, 11 Sep 2017 19:00:41 EST ID:U5bmyX9Y No.43321 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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the Swamp Thing creator and co-creator of Wolverine has passed away. RIP a legend, I read every issue of his Swamp Thing run (I've read every run fo Swamp Thing actually) and Wein's original tales were great campy cosmic horror fun.
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Simon Mellerhall - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 09:04:01 EST ID:qUGqNh6Y No.43334 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>43330
Nota Bene: at least half of what makes Swampy so good was introduced by Moore. Wein's OG concept was a lot more bog-standard. Not to poo-poo it, he still created the base tone & the supporting cast. And some issues are genuinely great, like #10. Chilling, gripping stuff. You might say Moore owes his career to the atmosphere he replicated from that original run, which by proxy would make it responsible for the comic industry's entire development into serious stories & mature themes.
BTW he only did 13 issues, and the writer that picked off at 14 isn't nearly as good. Basically if you feel bored or underwhelmed at any point skip to Moore's run. Maybe a little before Moore's run (#16-19 instead of 20) for context & sweet art. For a Wein-written Swamp with Moore-continuity, see the aforementioned Swamp Thing miniseries he wrote recently.
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Simon Mellerhall - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 09:07:41 EST ID:qUGqNh6Y No.43335 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>43334
Should probably add that the #13-14 Len Wein & his successor did is an entirely different comic run to the #16-20 ore & Bissette did. The former's Swamp Thing, from the 70s. The latter's Saga of the Swamp Thing a decade later in the 80s. Although if you were gonna read compilations like "Swamp Thing by Alan Moore" that details' irrelevant, they do it for you.
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Reuben Bunderfuck - Fri, 15 Sep 2017 17:58:56 EST ID:1CCmInbh No.43336 Report Quick Reply
>>43327
He did write a 6 issue miniseries a couple years back, it wrapped up the loose ends with the Matt Cable character from olden days.
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Alice Blagglemark - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 14:38:07 EST ID:qUGqNh6Y No.43339 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>43336
What'd it wrap up about Matt?
Matt returned for the 80s run, fell into a coma, and upon flat-lining was recruited to be Dream's Raven in Sandman.
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John Pellershaw - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 17:45:59 EST ID:v0GH9Vr6 No.43341 Report Quick Reply
>>43339
I guess it was less wrapping up loose ends and more Len Wein's creating a New 52 version of Cable, one who is still basically an abusive drunk. He convinces Alec he has changed and that he wants to become the new Swamp Thing, saying he'll trade situations with Alec and Alec will get to go back to a human body while Cable runs the Green. Alec agrees, and betrayal happens soon after that. I forget how it ends but Alec gets his Swamp Thing body back somehow.


Comic with a redfaced ape with guns? by Clean Garbage - Fri, 19 Aug 2016 12:46:15 EST ID:flDxJzcg No.42512 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can anyone tell me what comic this is?

Is it a series?
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Fanny Caffingdat - Fri, 19 Aug 2016 13:14:02 EST ID:VEuqFKdz No.42514 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42512
Looks like Hitman Monkey
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Isabella Sammlebig - Sun, 21 Aug 2016 21:53:25 EST ID:bBsJf5fk No.42521 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>42512
That's HitMonkey

He was just in the seriously disappointing Howling Commandos book and he's going to join the Mercs for Money series

He's a creation of the Daniel Way Deadpool era; he had a mini series that was alright. Minor cult character that they haven't run into the ground
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Frozen Balls - Fri, 28 Jul 2017 05:46:29 EST ID:ePyNtzR2 No.43247 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Need more of that!
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Edward Buzzworth - Mon, 04 Sep 2017 16:43:01 EST ID:HNCSxILI No.43306 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>43247
i think thats all there is. its a shame marvel doesn't know how to handle its oddball cult corners


'TERRIFICS' by Jeff Lemire, Ivan Reis, and Evan "Doc" Shaner by Beatrice Gazzlewell - Sun, 23 Jul 2017 00:39:36 EST ID:2oAbd5g3 No.43236 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do you guys think about the Terrifics? New series with Plastic Man, Metamorpho, Mr. Terrific, and Phantom Girl (though not the one from LoSH apparently). The new costumes were done by Doc Shaner, and he’ll be doing interiors after a few issues by Ivan Reis
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Barnaby Pimmersane - Sun, 23 Jul 2017 08:12:03 EST ID:2tQCdygn No.43237 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43236
Jeff Lemire sucks, so its prob not gonna go anywhere.
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Simon Dimmlekidging - Sun, 23 Jul 2017 08:59:28 EST ID:/h6bs3pf No.43238 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Looks cool, Plastic Man in the hands of Lemire could be nice.
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Graham Wappertot - Tue, 25 Jul 2017 13:32:55 EST ID:JJ5XUSqz No.43242 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rn5t86xCOMY
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Albert Nickleway - Sun, 03 Sep 2017 19:08:10 EST ID:JU7wpJMW No.43305 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's a good idea, but Lemire's never impressed me when he's had to write a superhero team. JLU and his X-Men stuff was really mediocre.


Gwenpool by Frozen Balls - Fri, 28 Jul 2017 05:50:30 EST ID:ePyNtzR2 No.43248 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What?
No Gwenpool?

Binge-reading all of the comics now!
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Phineas Hummlekurk - Tue, 29 Aug 2017 20:33:23 EST ID:gKt3RHWl No.43293 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43292
With pineapple?
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Isabella Surringbeck - Wed, 30 Aug 2017 06:12:42 EST ID:IO+cUYVm No.43294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43293
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
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Clara Tootbanks - Wed, 30 Aug 2017 06:46:03 EST ID:QxcANrrr No.43295 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43293
people like u should be put in camps
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Ian Dabblesedging - Thu, 31 Aug 2017 14:09:14 EST ID:qUGqNh6Y No.43300 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>43282
I've only read Vote Loki & Longshot Saves The Marvel Universe, but enjoyed both. GWEN is judt as good at continuity & metawank as them but has them beat in terms of characters & story, seeing as it's an open-ended ongoing with an original cast & concept instead of a mini.
Also the art's beetus AF.
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Nell Trotman - Thu, 31 Aug 2017 17:26:32 EST ID:B4UhGj1W No.43301 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43300
love that artist, they do the post-TV show Avatar: Last Airbender comics.


sonichu appreciation thread by Beatrice Sackleridge - Fri, 18 Aug 2017 13:57:01 EST ID:B0++E/sJ No.43280 Locked Banned Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hi,

can we get a sonichu appreciation thread going?
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Not sure if inspiration or ripp-off by Taxi Driver - Mon, 17 Jul 2017 02:28:48 EST ID:zJe2Yuv1 No.43228 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Isn't this Tiny Tina from Borderlands 2 ?

Did you discover any more "remixed" or "ripped off" art with other comic-books?
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Charlotte Simmerwid - Mon, 17 Jul 2017 13:51:36 EST ID:jNMqUSC0 No.43229 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'd have to know more about each character but appearance-wise there are some similarities. Some combo's like tanned/dark skin blonde hair contrast nicely and look good based on general appeal without the benefit of inspiration from another fictional source.
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Charlotte Simmerwid - Mon, 17 Jul 2017 13:58:15 EST ID:jNMqUSC0 No.43230 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Marvel's X-23 closely resembles Fathom's Aspen. Whether she was "inspired" or not is hard to say, 30-40 years apart as they are, but then again there isn't that much room for customization on base human palettes unless you go nuts with the hair dye and body mods.


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