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- Wed, 10 Aug 2016 15:09:24 EST L2fZa561 No.42495
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>post what comic you are reading or have read recently

I just picked up All Star Batman #1. The art for Two-Face is fucking amazing. I liked the twist of Alfred having such a big secret that he was willing to betray Bruce to To-Face in order to keep it hidden. I wonder what skeletons are in Alfie's closet...

RIP the old thread, it lasted 16 months.
Nathaniel Fepperfield - Wed, 17 Aug 2016 17:30:20 EST cAbEEt+K No.42506 Reply
Nemesis43 said he will only be uploading at http://worldwidetorrents.eu/ but all I get is a blank page when I click it. What the fuck? This was his official message that came with his torrents last week:

"This is a link to my new place for uploading -
It is a new and relatively unknown site, but we going to change that. Also it is stable and the uploading process is alot easier than that which I been using these past few weeks.
Uploads will start later today - for a short time they will mirror my uploads to TPB, Demonoid and Extratorrent.
Use the link - join the site - see you there.
When joining WorldWideTorrents do not wait for the activation email as instructed after sign-up - instead log in using using the same email and your chosen password. . . . and please, where possible - let others know ;)"
Genophyte - Fri, 19 Aug 2016 02:01:47 EST 6qRqIo28 No.42509 Reply
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≥bleach ending chapter

Sidney Blullerton - Fri, 19 Aug 2016 04:46:36 EST FyqGaGp7 No.42510 Reply
none of anything preceding it made any sense either.
Fanny Monninghirk - Fri, 19 Aug 2016 09:19:18 EST cAbEEt+K No.42511 Reply
Bleach finally ended? I guess I should finally end my reading hiatus and see what happened.

I'm a couple years behind on Bleach, but I haven;t read any manga in months. I wonder what is happening to Attack On Titan and Tower Of God or Hunter X Hunter (oh yeah it fucking ended again)
Reuben Billingham - Fri, 19 Aug 2016 13:04:38 EST on5iQUaD No.42513 Reply
You're better off skipping it, honestly. Literally one of the worst endings for anything I've ever experienced. Extremely rushed little to no closure and an endless amount of unanswered questions.
Fanny Monninghirk - Fri, 19 Aug 2016 17:07:52 EST cAbEEt+K No.42515 Reply
I don't care about answers, I just like the fights. Are those at least visually exciting still? My biggest complaint abut Naruto was the fights going downhill in quality, they went from having the powers be extremely thought out to just big brawls based solely on random power-ups. Bleach seemed to have consistent fights through the entire Aizen arc. Even if the plot behind them fighting sucks, do the final chapters at least have some sweet brawls? Or is it all just shite?
Priscilla Billingshit - Fri, 19 Aug 2016 18:58:38 EST DXv7K5fh No.42516 Reply
wait on attack on titan till next chapter or the one after, though if you just want to see the outcome of the shinganshina conflict you could catch up. HxH probably wont be off hiatus till somewhere between next month and december judging from his current level of activity.
Alice Nezzlelune - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 09:01:47 EST on5iQUaD No.42517 Reply
I guess that's fair. The last arc in itself isn't necessarily bad, it's just that the forced rushed ending kind of makes all of it seem like a huge waste of time. Overall it's pretty hit and miss. There are pretty cool moments sprinkled throughout but there are also a lot of chapters that are straight up "what the fuck is even happening here". A lot of the fights lean on the power up trope, but I don't think that aspect really bothered me that much compared to the other issues.
Alice Nezzlelune - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 09:03:02 EST on5iQUaD No.42518 Reply
That being said there are some pretty cool fights, though a couple of them drag on way too long.

Walter Bardworth - Tue, 23 Aug 2016 02:30:48 EST g3IjKAN1 No.42523 Reply
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Reading this tonight. Got the first and 3rd issue also.
Walter Bardworth - Tue, 23 Aug 2016 02:35:01 EST g3IjKAN1 No.42525 Reply
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Issue 3. Need to take a pic of issue 1. These came out in 1981.
Eliza Sonninghood - Tue, 23 Aug 2016 03:35:19 EST FyqGaGp7 No.42526 Reply
>all that other noise
just start grinding away at the built-up ToG chapters.
Genophyte - Thu, 25 Aug 2016 04:28:31 EST y2yFMl2O No.42530 Reply

Gantz takes the prize for worst ending in a popular manga of the last few years.
Simon Tillingdock - Thu, 25 Aug 2016 19:05:32 EST cAbEEt+K No.42531 Reply
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Garth Ennis is writing Constantine again in this new crossover with his hero Sixpack, who was in his DC series Hitman. This shit is glorious.
Rebecca Pickshaw - Thu, 25 Aug 2016 21:28:25 EST 4EZSIooN No.42532 Reply
>constantine meets six pack and dog welder
oh hell yes I can't believe I haven't heard of this yet. Is bueno involved too?

if you look at phase 3 as a spinoff and not a continuation of phases 1 and 2, it's actually pretty great. I barely even consider it the same manga. still sucks that he gave up on so many plot threads and character arcs though. I think Oya learned from Gantz though. Inuyashiki is so much more focused and consistent. I guess he's still got a couple volumes left to fuck up the ending but I'm actually very optimistic about this series.
Jenny Crushhudging - Thu, 25 Aug 2016 22:53:30 EST dfdQcUK3 No.42533 Reply
gantz had such a great premise and was genuinely interesting but after how it turned out, it's pretty obvious he was making it up as he went along, and probably lost a lot of interest. Osaka arc was great though, as was Rome.
Rebecca Pickshaw - Thu, 25 Aug 2016 23:44:46 EST 4EZSIooN No.42534 Reply
osaka arc is actually getting an adaption


it looks pretty damn good. it's a movie too so they can get away with some of the crazier bits from that arc, like the monster made entirely of naked women. That shit would NOT fly on tv lololol.

>and probably lost a lot of interest
yeah definitely. he was clearly bored, towards the latter half of the series there's other arcs that might as well be different manga, like that stuff with the psychics. it became a dumping ground of random ideas inbetween missions for a while until phase 3 sort of took over entirely and he decided "fuck it, let the alien explain everything in a chapter or two and then just end the damn thing".
Fanny Duvinglad - Fri, 26 Aug 2016 11:14:41 EST cAbEEt+K No.42536 Reply
Inu Yashiki and Gantz:G feel more like old-school Gantz than Phase 3 ever did.

Bueno is there, all right. In the last Section 8 mini, he married a sentient pile of guts. In this, he is cheating on her with a compost bin.

This post was edited by stevens on 26-08-2016 12:05:33
Rebecca Bardworth - Mon, 29 Aug 2016 05:23:30 EST hP+17ZTg No.42544 Reply
I just finished Welcome to the NHK. I enjoyed it. The artwork was solid and the exaggerated faces were stellar. I want to read the OG TMNT comics all teh way through. I read a bit of the first issue and liked it immensely.
Isabella Tootson - Fri, 02 Sep 2016 10:33:10 EST o8Oas2mh No.42547 Reply
catching up on comics/manga, I'll probably edit shit into this post as I go

Akame Ga Kill! Pretty crazy arc going down. It seems there can;t be more than a couple chapters left at this point. Some sad deaths and heroic moments, it's been a decent ride.

Ajin. This arc has been going for a fucking year now, move it along already.

Saga and Natsume's Book Of Friends always provide smiles and feels.

This post was edited by stevens on 02-09-2016 12:01:21
Reuben Pirringnun - Mon, 05 Sep 2016 03:37:54 EST c5injKrN No.42552 Reply
just stopping buy to say that today's ToG was fucking great
Clara Mirryfoot - Mon, 05 Sep 2016 08:15:52 EST pTXnfGCj No.42553 Reply
I haven't read ToG in a while, but last night I had the most random dream that I was trying to read ToG only to find that it had been cancelled after the arc I stopped reading at. Good to see it still exists in the waking world. The dream probably means that I need to get caught up.
Emma Greenshaw - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 09:14:00 EST c5injKrN No.42564 Reply
What part did you last read? Bam has gone through some gnarly character development in the recent arc.
Nathaniel Nennerforth - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 16:41:14 EST F0C9heTL No.42566 Reply
I stopped when the arc ended in Hell Train with the white-haired dude who had a ton of clones. I got behind in all my manga around that time and am only now starting to get caught up
Hannah Dimmerridge - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 18:49:23 EST yO27PB4J No.42567 Reply
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>Valerian and Laureline #01

The art style made me think it was some sort of pulpy 60s-70s kids sci fi comic. some kind of time traveling flash gordon thing. but it's actually really impressive. This is from 1967 too, I have to wonder how many other series took inspiration from it. apparently the artist was in charge of visual design for fifth element too. I'll probably marathon the rest of the issues on saturday or sunday.
Jack Sullernatch - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 19:14:11 EST OOjubTde No.42568 Reply
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>figure earlier this year that I've read all the old Mahvel I'll ever want to
>mid-Summer someone storytimes Daredevil and I peek in since it's by JRJR
>get really interested in Mephisto & Blackheart because of it
>decide to read all their appearances in Ghost Rider & Silver Surfer
>quickly turns into reading ALL Ghost Rider & Silver Surfer
>and then into ALL the crossovers they run afoul of too
>tfw I'm halfway through the Infinity Gauntlet sequel events that I long ago swore blind I'd never fucking touch
Sidney Nemmleforth - Fri, 09 Sep 2016 03:02:38 EST fAVcTYBd No.42571 Reply
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Read the first 6 issues of Paper Girls. Pretty good sci-fi. Seems to be released fairly slowly though.
Simon Drishville - Fri, 09 Sep 2016 17:42:22 EST F0C9heTL No.42572 Reply
Paper Girls is amazing! Sure, the 3 month break between the first and second arc sucked, but most indie comics do that these days.
genophyte - Sat, 10 Sep 2016 11:14:56 EST kubILHrP No.42573 Reply
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at least i didnt do this in its own thread.

but fucking finally
William Follybere - Mon, 12 Sep 2016 01:29:14 EST yO27PB4J No.42575 Reply
Ajin 42 and 43 are finally up. I'm very curious about the final wave Sato hinted at. I wonder how far off that is. I figure we'll have at least one arc inbetween now and then.
Clara Hullynig - Tue, 13 Sep 2016 13:12:45 EST fAVcTYBd No.42576 Reply
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Getting caught up on Southern Bastards. Halfway through volume 2. Love this series!
Ebenezer Gissleridge - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 09:28:34 EST pUE8QMc/ No.42588 Reply
The arc was drawn the fuck out and boring but they did introduce some sweet new powers and fighting styles in them. I was wondering how they made the hole in the wall in #41 and the explanation was crazy. All these fights are super confusing to follow with all the suicides and regrowths but well worth reading slow so they make sense. I need to see this arc animated.
Wesley Clovingford - Tue, 20 Sep 2016 10:54:19 EST yO27PB4J No.42591 Reply
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Apparently Green Worldz finished so I went back and read the rest of it. I didn't expect part 3 to be that short, but it seems to imply there will be a part four some day. I'm not sure where else they could go with it. It does seem like the series never really reached a full climax or fleshed things out enough, but they've pretty much won at this point. what else is there to do?

season 2 is coming out in a few weeks. idk how far it's gonna cover in 13 eps though.
James Pickford - Wed, 21 Sep 2016 17:22:32 EST NmayLoYd No.42595 Reply
>Civil War II #5
Oh shit, Miles Morales got the Carol Corps on his black ass looking to shoot him down! Run boyo! Black Spider-Men Lives Matter! Carol is looking to shoot first, ask questions later and will murderize Miles just like Bruce got.
The ending of Green Worldz was a let down for sure.
Frederick Bummerfore - Sun, 25 Sep 2016 17:21:17 EST SFxf/uJC No.42619 Reply
Inu Yashiki has been insane lately. I wonder if this is the final battle or just a prelude to a future showdown.

Also caught up on Btooom and am going to try getting back to Bleach, I'm at chapter 550 and want to power through to the ending now that it finally happened. The Quincy invasion and final 9 days have literally just begun, so I have a massive sized chunk of chapters to try to rev through (138 of them)

It sucks how rarely new issues come out.
Nicholas Dittingson - Wed, 28 Sep 2016 19:23:47 EST VEuqFKdz No.42627 Reply
All-New X-Men really, REALLY sucks.
The most boring Dawson's Creek-tier bullshit I've ever read. Glad I don't pay for that crap.

The last issue was literally all about some character I've literally never seen before and Kid Apocalypse taking young Bobby Drake to a gay club to get laid. The whole comic was just Bobby awkwardly trying to hit on dudes. Then he chatted some guy at the bar and shot a bunch of ice everywhere when their hands touched (which was admittedly kinda funny. He blew his ice-load). Then he ran outside and stopped some rampaging Moth Inhuman thing with a gay Inhuman he bumped into as he left the club.

INTO THE TRASH IT GOES. This series was tolerable when they were still focusing on young Cyclops dealing with the shit real Cyclops did.

Civil War II is still enjoyable to me. My main complaint is that many tie ins have fuck all to do with the actual Civil War II story (Spider-Man 2099 and Deadpool).
I feel like Miles Morales is going to wind up dead. Because Carol and her Nazi-Corps are gonna wanna take him in, it'll spiral out of control and he's going to wind up dead. It's going to be comparable to the way cops have killed unarmed black dudes. Social commentary, kinda. Also there was that bit in his Spider-Man book where Tony was venting after Banner got killed and he asked "Who's next?" Miles tells Ms. Marvel and Nova that Stark is right. Close up on Miles. "Who's next?"
Nicholas Nuttinghodge - Wed, 28 Sep 2016 19:26:28 EST S3Bl4cOt No.42628 Reply
All New X-Men sucks. Even the Extraordiany X-Men and Uncanny X-Men suck right now. The only X-book worth reading right now is All New Wolverine with the girl Wolverine. It looks gay but actually kicks ass.
Nicholas Dittingson - Wed, 28 Sep 2016 19:40:15 EST VEuqFKdz No.42629 Reply
I actually like Uncanny. It's not even really X-Men at this point. It's just Magneto's new Brotherhood of Mutants, featuring Psylocke. Extraordinary is alright imo but the current arc is pretty dull. I think it's because I kinda don't give a shit about Magick.
But yes, All-New Wolverine is pretty good, I liked the Civil War tie ins.

I am pretty excited for Death of X. Issue 1 drops next Wednesday. So does the next Civil War chapter.

But Civil War II #7 doesnt come out until the last week for NOVEMBER! And the final issue doesnt come out until the last week for DECEMBER. That's a pretty fucked up delay.
Reuben Duckspear - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 15:05:10 EST dSH/eX89 No.42630 Reply
I preferred the Magneto solo that the writer had before Uncanny began. Death Of X will be cool but it sucks that it is more forced Inhumans bullshit, I fucking hate Inhumans.
Edward Cruddlespear - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 16:14:26 EST VEuqFKdz No.42636 Reply
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I'm just as racist to Inhumans as the next Mutie, but at least Death of X/Inhumans vs X-Men will be full of Mutants kicking Inhuman ass.
And I'm always down for more Cyclops. I don't think he's actually dead either.

That glorious moment in Secret Wars when Phoenix-Cyclops REKT the fuck out of God-Doom...
...and then got caught monologuing.
Betsy Blaffingdale - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 19:04:54 EST pUE8QMc/ No.42643 Reply
Catching up on Tower Of God, the Name Hunt is pretty sweet so far. I'm still 6 or 7 chapters behind still but will be caught up soon.
Charles Divingfield - Mon, 03 Oct 2016 11:53:48 EST 7NOkBAvN No.42644 Reply
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Now that I am caught up on the anime, I need more JJBA. Can someone recommend a good site to read online?
Edwin Trotville - Mon, 03 Oct 2016 17:14:43 EST BYFJxGh+ No.42645 Reply
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Has anyone here heard of Hellsangels? (sometimes "Hells" just for copyright reasons). It's more or less just a gothier hellish version of Scooby Doo and the Ghoul School and I love it for how dumb and goofy it is. The principal is just Johnny Bravo meets Elvis meets the devil, and one of the MC's classmates is just a girl Femto. The art style seems like a cross between Junji Ito, early Tsutomu Nihei, and The Nightmare before Christmas, but much sketchier than any of em. It's dumb as hell but earnest and charming.

also I just caught up on Inu Yashiki and am now working on Meg Mog and Owl. Turns out I had a whole folder of MMOs I haven't read yet. fuck yesssss.

batoto has the official color version that's where I read it. you should be at about chapter 115 of DiU, or 380 overall. not every chapter's color version has been translated barring part 6. and part 5's new translation hasn't been finished yet so when you get to that point, you can either wait till it's done, read them as they come out, or just power through the old translations which have worse scans and wonkier translations but aren't horrendously bad or anything. Like, don't expect Diamond is Not Crash or early Berserk scanlation tier badness.
Barnaby Soddlewater - Mon, 03 Oct 2016 21:40:05 EST A4d3lyIn No.42647 Reply
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I've been buying the My Hero Academia graphic novels as they come out in English and I keep rereading them. I love the fuck out of this series. The characters are so fun and the art is fantastic. It's so tropey but it does it all better than any other shonen.
I'm also reading the newest chapters online as they come out,
I hope Iida gets his provisional hero license. I don't want everyone in class A to succeed but I really don't want Iida to keep fading out of relevance.
Eliza Blubbledock - Mon, 03 Oct 2016 21:48:57 EST atu+L/Vz No.42648 Reply
I'm a handful of chapters behind but have been following it since way before the anime. I like it but hate how the characters are all crybabies.
Wesley Sammerman - Wed, 05 Oct 2016 12:26:35 EST 7NOkBAvN No.42649 Reply
Thanks for the info, I'm thinking I'm just going to skip ahead to Steel Ball Run and save the other parts for later since it's a self contained story in an alternate timeline.
Oliver Pollerfoot - Wed, 05 Oct 2016 17:54:26 EST EasqxXVF No.42651 Reply
Wow they fucking killed Jamie Madrox, I thought I was gonna see bitchboy Cyclops die, not someone awesome.
Phoebe Bonnerhot - Thu, 06 Oct 2016 22:52:20 EST VEuqFKdz No.42653 Reply
Yeah. RIP Multiple Man

The story here seems pretty good, but tbh the dialogue is hammy as fuck.
Sidney Nickledale - Sat, 08 Oct 2016 07:31:10 EST 0vyLTirx No.42656 Reply
Honestly, I skipped over every page with Inhumans because Soule is such a bad writer, and Lemire's dialogue for the X-Men has been corny since he started writing Extraordinary. Also, he barely seems to know how to write Cyclops dialogue, the guy has been gone for 18 months and fans finally see him again and he is stiff and feels out of character because Lemire is a hack.
[REDACTED] - Sun, 09 Oct 2016 06:03:22 EST XiRN7g8R No.42659 Reply
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I think it's pretty self explanatory, based on the cover photo.
David Niggleback - Tue, 11 Oct 2016 04:25:21 EST FyqGaGp7 No.42663 Reply
tower of god.
red attacks are now a thing. current fight is cliche but still entertaining. i totally don't need a hero... wait nvm thx baam gg. max cliche if kaiser has a thing for him after the fight. it IS starting to feel like some battle of the ancients with enemies showing up that've been doing the 'bad guy' thing for literally a thousand years.

can't wait for it to start bringing in some of the many high-level people that are apparently important to the story but haven't even been shown yet, like the current family heads.
Sidney Dartdock - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 18:48:01 EST 0wkJdFZk No.42669 Reply
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>All Star Batman #3
This book is so fucking good.
>Batman: Night Of The Monster Men
The story sucked but the art for Hugo Strange and his monsters was amazing (pic related)
I binge read a ton last weekend and am almost caught up. The Name Game is fun so far.
Lillian Fanshaw - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 20:27:06 EST pngzZ4mo No.42682 Reply
Is Jojo a PG13 title like One Punch Man or a hard R like Berserk? Toonami has been airing it and I am always looking for new dubbed anime to watch with my kid, but not if it is too graphic.
Nicholas Hangerset - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 20:55:18 EST BYFJxGh+ No.42683 Reply
I just caught up on the retranslated chapters of Vento Aureo. Holy dick these fights are incredible. I'm not quite as invested in the characters as I was with Diamond is Unbreakable, but the tension in every chapter has me on the edge of my seat. I'm really looking forward to seeing more of King Crimson.

Sometimes it can get pretty gorey. Probably not a good idea for your kid to see it. Especially if they like dogs.
William Sandlepore - Thu, 20 Oct 2016 23:53:40 EST JQiGSJXf No.42691 Reply
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"The worst part is it doesn't hurt, it actually feels quite pleasant!"
Polly Gumblestug - Sat, 22 Oct 2016 23:40:38 EST 2tQCdygn No.42702 Reply
RIP Steve Dillon (artist of Preacher)
Angus Cogglepen - Sun, 23 Oct 2016 10:54:31 EST XIWNydXc No.42704 Reply
And I was just re-reading Preacher this week. RIP
Ebenezer Brellyshaw - Mon, 24 Oct 2016 22:42:14 EST BYFJxGh+ No.42708 Reply
oh man I forgot about that dude. I didnt know he had been covering modern shit like family guy lmao. I wonder if he ever saw xavier renegade angel. that shit would have given him an stroke. looking at his dumb shit again is almost making me less depressed about Steve Dillon
Lillian Suckleford - Wed, 26 Oct 2016 20:03:04 EST fJv5aYMO No.42709 Reply
>Civil War 2 #6
Snores-ville. I did like everyone turning on Carol, though.

>The Vision #12
The best Marvel book post-Secret Wars just ended. Fucking epic book, made me cry multiple times during the run.

>Ultimates #12
Just give Ewing all the Avengers books already.
genophyte - Wed, 02 Nov 2016 06:54:03 EST UKXKN3ID No.42716 Reply
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i have no idea what the fuck i just read, but i caught up to the latest chapter and like it.

about to restart

stopped reading around 2006ish due to being afk and forgot about this and a few other manga i was all about back then
Eliza Croffingfield - Thu, 03 Nov 2016 16:50:17 EST aUaPb9MF No.42722 Reply
>Southern Bastards #15
Oh shit, Negan just grabbed ahold of Lucille for a bashing.

>Deadly Class #23
Rick Remender in the HOUSSSSSE!

>Avengers #1
The Kang War begins.

>Champions #2
Vision's daughter is a little hussy.
Barnaby Honeywater - Thu, 03 Nov 2016 19:01:06 EST vXdb+3CX No.42723 Reply
I heard Avengers #1 was lame, just a continuation of a storyline already in progress, undeserving of being labelled a #1
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Dragon Ball Z level of bullshit and Abrupt ending that will leave you disappointed.
Also you have shit taste in both anime and manga. kill yourself
Lydia Chunnerhit - Fri, 04 Nov 2016 07:59:40 EST aUaPb9MF No.42725 Reply
As a newer comic fan, I don;t place the same significance on Number One Issues as others. Comics have entered an almost seasonal storytelling phase like television, this is like the second season premiere (s02e01 in tv terms) of Mark Waid's Avengers. Season 1 sucked so I might drop this bitch unless the Kang War goes hard as fuck.
genophyte - Fri, 04 Nov 2016 19:39:50 EST RKDqrMBe No.42726 Reply
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im ok with my bad taste though. martial arts ecchi has a strange place in my heart .

aside from that we are in /616/ not /mtv/ and the manga actually resolves unlike the anime. also i finished it

catching up on
Cedric Broffingmerk - Sat, 05 Nov 2016 13:39:57 EST SqsOxM+F No.42729 Reply
Found Pride of Baghdad at a used book store cheap, it's OK.
Ebenezer Fondlemag - Sat, 05 Nov 2016 14:10:22 EST tkm5lfon No.42730 Reply
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Samuel Sedgepon - Sun, 06 Nov 2016 16:15:15 EST ztWz76oN No.42731 Reply
That was a really good issue. I'm glad Superman books have gotten good again. Same for the entire DC line, I'm following way more titles than I was before this relaunch.
Genophyte - Mon, 07 Nov 2016 04:19:46 EST 6qRqIo28 No.42733 Reply
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Just realized I never read through all of grendel
Jack Drinkinville - Tue, 08 Nov 2016 06:59:21 EST XIWNydXc No.42739 Reply
Did this earlier this year. Volume 2 has some outrageous 80s/90s art.
genophyte - Sat, 12 Nov 2016 07:14:19 EST UKXKN3ID No.42753 Reply
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>new batch of I Am A Hero chapters

dat cliffhanger sweet holy shit
Albert Nullerludge - Sun, 13 Nov 2016 12:02:11 EST OfFiF2dF No.42755 Reply
This board is so dead.
Hannah Turveyway - Sun, 13 Nov 2016 21:41:55 EST cAbEEt+K No.42756 Reply
I was just thinking the same thing. I think Naruto weekly was the thing bringing half the posters in, it has gotten slower and slower since that ended. I still read a fuckload of comics but only post about the ones I know other regulars read.
Augustus Bardshit - Mon, 14 Nov 2016 02:58:15 EST NUDkgpaP No.42758 Reply
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plus that was popular cause it was almost over. the one piece thread got pretty big towards the end of Dressrosa too. A lot of stuff is either over, early in an arc, slow, or on hiatus right now. or people like to wait and read it in chunks (myself included). The only thing I read that seems to be getting people talking elsewhere lately is Attack on Titan but only a few people read it here. everybody else is tv-only.
Jack Homblelit - Tue, 15 Nov 2016 23:38:18 EST FyqGaGp7 No.42760 Reply
people forget how many manga there is floating around online within quick reach. srsly. a fucking lot of manga. some of it is actually interesting.

if you're reading this, start digging through the nearest "ongoing series" list and pick up like half a dozen.
Polly Favingstutch - Wed, 16 Nov 2016 18:02:53 EST yKs+DQH+ No.42763 Reply
I suggest Black Clover for new manga, it is less than 2 years old and easy to catch up on. It fills the hole Naruto left for me.
Molly Clayfield - Thu, 17 Nov 2016 04:59:49 EST FyqGaGp7 No.42765 Reply
for naruto replacements i'd rep that. nice battle-heavy shonen that doesn't waste too much time on training arcs. at the same time though, the mc doesn't change much. it's always "GOT THAT ANTI-MAGIC THO" and suddenly some veteran badass character is on the dirt with heavy shading on their face.
Fucking Pobbleman - Fri, 18 Nov 2016 01:42:12 EST VEuqFKdz No.42767 Reply
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Uncanny X-Men Annual (2016)
Pretty good. The second story was a Domino, story. Been a while since she's been around.
This page was fucking hilarious. Marvel throwing some shade lololol
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 18 Nov 2016 10:20:16 EST EQLNuMC+ No.42769 Reply
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Just read this on /wooo/ and reposting here. This is from the new Sam Wilson: Captain America comic.
Nell Blublingpen - Mon, 21 Nov 2016 07:56:37 EST 1HgjxKuQ No.42775 Reply
>reads Mavel comics
>thinks other people are fags
Caroline Corryhood - Mon, 21 Nov 2016 16:42:24 EST VEuqFKdz No.42776 Reply
>is a fag
>only reads "correct" comics for posterity and bragging rights
>gets butthurt very easily
>thinks he isn't a big ol faggot

nigga u gay
Frederick Dimmerchire - Wed, 23 Nov 2016 13:38:15 EST sJZWvVkd No.42779 Reply
Death Of X #4 was a surprisingly good ending to the story. We knew it was supposed to end with Cyclops dying, but the reveal here was insane. Dude basically died of Inhuman AIDs like a chump and had been dead the whole time with Emma projecting a fake Scott into everyone's minds to lead the revolution in place of her dead BF Cyclops.

Civil War 2 #8 was boring as hell. What a lame event.

Buffy The Vampire Slayer season 11 issue 1 also dropped today and was a fun start to things. Looks like this season is going political.
Eugene Tillingfuck - Wed, 23 Nov 2016 18:43:16 EST VEuqFKdz No.42780 Reply
I still have no idea exactly what "he" did wrong.
He changed the terrigen mist, which fucking kills mutants, into a useless red cloud that does nothing to anyone. How the fuck does that make him the big, evil, Hitler-tier terrorist everyone is making him out to be? From where I'm sitting, it looks like they saved the fucking world from a genocide!
How the fuck are the INHUMANS the wronged party or the good guys in this scenario??

God damn fuck the Inhumans. I retract my earlier approval of Black Bolt. Fuckin beta ass. Medusa sure keeps the King of the goddamn Inhumans on a tight leash!
Eugene Tillingfuck - Wed, 23 Nov 2016 18:46:14 EST VEuqFKdz No.42781 Reply
Also, what in the world happened to Havok's face?
Fucking Nickleville - Thu, 24 Nov 2016 19:36:42 EST VEuqFKdz No.42783 Reply
I mean
>Everyone in Marvel books and Marvel writers room calling Cyclops LITERALLY HITLER, he has been compared to Hitler by name in several comic books. They dont say what he did, but whatever it was, it was JUST AS BAD as attempted genocide, setting up concentration/extermination camps, advancing fiercely racial supremacist policies, and nearly taking over all of Europe under a fascist dictatorship.

Then Death of X comes out.
>TURNS OUT Cyclops was murdered by people who believe in genetic superiority and eugenics, for stopping their poison gas cloud that was wiping out an entire race of people

I mean, I'd get it if in their haste, they accidentally made the could toxic to EVERYONE and then everyone had to pull together to stop it, but I guess that would have made too much sense. Marvel writers be tone deaf as fuck
Reuben Honeyway - Fri, 25 Nov 2016 09:41:29 EST 5pCNzLeo No.42784 Reply
Inhumans are like the religious right and think every Inhuman that doesn't get the mist is equivalent with murder, the same way Republicans believe abortion is murder. Cyclops performed the biggest Inhuman abortion in history (and was entirely right to do so).
John Hezzlepot - Sat, 26 Nov 2016 03:40:12 EST VEuqFKdz No.42785 Reply
Well, yeah I can understand why the Inhumans themselves would be passed about what he did, but the entire friggin Marvel universe, and even Marvel WRITERS are comparing Cyclops to Hitler because of what he did here. I mean in either the first or second issue of Champions, the team debates letting time-displaced (ugh) Cyclops on the team because it would be like "letting Baby Hitler on the team" "oh what if he grows up to be a scary violent revolutionary Hitler type guy like the REAL Cyclops" And the writers do fluff interviews where they talk about how people won't forgive or forget this terrible, terrible, terrible thing Cyke did.

Meanwhile people with functioning brains are sitting here like "uhhhhhh it looks like Cyclops Was Right tho....again."
genophyte - Tue, 29 Nov 2016 18:14:04 EST UKXKN3ID No.42794 Reply
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this is why i just gave up and accepted Earth X, Universe X,
Paradise X as the only legit cannon in my mind
Ebenezer Packlehick - Sun, 04 Dec 2016 07:25:29 EST OOjubTde No.42795 Reply
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Universe & Paradise gave Mysticism the shaft, fuck them. It segregated itself to its own goddamn multiverse.
Genophyte - Wed, 07 Dec 2016 02:21:37 EST 6qRqIo28 No.42801 Reply
Still you gotta admit

Best thanos and asgardian origin story ever.
Hamilton Casslesud - Wed, 07 Dec 2016 09:27:32 EST yJrYKp6L No.42802 Reply
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So I read all new x men (only there for x-23) and read death of X just recently. Holy shit, I thought Cyke ACTUALLY did something, with the way the time-displaced version and others were talking about him. Then I read death of X. Ya, these Hitler comparisons or even making him out to be a villain is just strange. He was totally in the right here, I thought he pulled a death to humans move or something ... not saving his race.
genophyte - Thu, 08 Dec 2016 12:22:43 EST nAwFCNGs No.42807 Reply
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attack on titan chapter 88

<MFW page 45
Ebenezer Buvingfuck - Fri, 09 Dec 2016 20:10:48 EST pXFDunan No.42808 Reply
i really hope it's a translation thing. Anybody here speak nipponese?
Eliza Gambleham - Sun, 11 Dec 2016 05:15:33 EST FyqGaGp7 No.42819 Reply
you know they could've just rolled with "assault on the titans" or "titan assault" and still had the same basic meaning in english, the latter being more ambiguous to reflect the moral ambiguity of the conflicts within the series.

the beast titan, the armored titan, the assailant titan. if dudeman said "...the assailant titan." that last page would've been 85% less lame. who the fuck decided "attack on titan" should be finalized as the english title? translation ain't that simple.
genophyte - Sun, 11 Dec 2016 08:59:55 EST nAwFCNGs No.42820 Reply
ok so odin turned out to be "that guy"

if it makes ya feel better i thought the wolverine true origin in the earth x trilogy was the dumbest thing i had ever read.

finished blade of the immortal...officially a manga i'd recommend to people who want to get into more adult manga or even comics.

> deadpool's secret war
Nathaniel Farrytedging - Sun, 11 Dec 2016 16:50:55 EST pXFDunan No.42824 Reply
wiki'd attack on titan:
Attack on Titan (Japanese: 進撃の巨人 Hepburn: Shingeki no Kyojin?, lit. "Attacking Titan")
>lit. "Attacking Titan"
Cedric Grimcocke - Mon, 12 Dec 2016 16:06:27 EST OOjubTde No.42825 Reply
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Not even about Odin. Dumbing down the vast richness of Thor lore to lolayylmaos is retarded, and set the stage for the aforementioned magic cull. The Devil's a fucking science experiment? Are you shitting me Mahvel?
That's the problem with tying everything together; you fucking bind it to the spot instead of letting it grow. It slapped a varied colorful Multiverse in bondage. Nothing weird or eldritch or beyond the scope of mortal ken allowed, EVERYTHING must originate from our Earth/dimension/recognizable-concepts-of-reality. It was downright impressive in its commitment to making things boring.
Shit Fuzzlefick - Tue, 13 Dec 2016 15:51:03 EST 4tn9pWPc No.42830 Reply
Picked up the new Love & Rockets. Too much Palomar, not enough Hoppers.
Cyril Drandlelut - Thu, 22 Dec 2016 19:40:02 EST cAbEEt+K No.42857 Reply
Batman #13. Tom King's run is terrible so far.. Dude does not know how to write Batman. I loved King's Vision book, but this series sucks.
Barnaby Pickville - Tue, 27 Dec 2016 21:45:29 EST XIWNydXc No.42858 Reply
Read the new(ish) Vision today. Holy fucking shit! It was so good. Marvel really nailed it with this series.
Caroline Sellysug - Wed, 28 Dec 2016 11:52:35 EST VZjF2n0W No.42861 Reply
Too bad the writer is DC exclusive now. He writes the new Batman and it sucks, unfortunately. VISION WAS FUCKING EPIC THO OMG
Martin Bunwater - Wed, 28 Dec 2016 22:02:49 EST VZjF2n0W No.42863 Reply
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>mfw Civil War 2 ended
Simon Sudgebanks - Fri, 30 Dec 2016 06:21:05 EST VEuqFKdz No.42866 Reply
There's still a final "Civil War II Aftermath" one-shot due to come out at the end of January lol
Brilliant organizing.
Sidney Bleddlelad - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 06:43:08 EST FyqGaGp7 No.42888 Reply
caught up to tower of god after taking a break.

everything up to and including the big bad hell train just got pushed into the "it ain't shit" box by everyone's arrival at the edge of the floor of death. a couple teaser panels of the floor's outskirts and some scant dialogue, and already there's nothing that even compares. the SCALE of stuff in the series' setting is really starting to shine.
James Honeywell - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 08:15:45 EST B3tUCvNo No.42889 Reply
oh man I havent read ToG in ages. I've been on break from pretty much all my comics. I just finished catching up with akame ga kill and one piece, figure I'll get in one more shonen before I catch up on my western comics. This new arc of One Piece is phenomenal though god damn.
David Blarrybanks - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 10:50:23 EST ztWz76oN No.42894 Reply
I need to catch up, I finished Hell rain and am in the middle of the Name Stealing arc.
Did Akama Ga Kill end yet? I've been waiting for the big conclusion to catch up since it seems like it is in the final arc.
James Honeywell - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 11:21:21 EST B3tUCvNo No.42895 Reply
yeah it ended the other day actually, though there's rumors of an epilogue chapter next month. I really enjoyed the last few fights. the way the resolved the government transition afterwards was overly convenient but everything else was wrapped up nicely.
Polly Cluzzlesot - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 15:45:38 EST U1hx4goT No.42896 Reply
Carol is most certainly not gone.
In fact, shes the opposite of "gone"
She's being hailed as a hero, actually.

Funny that every time she thinks about what a stupid nazi she acts like, they have some random female character pop up to tell her that shes absolutely perfect and has never done anything remotely wrong ever, then they cry a little and hug and she flies off triumphantly.

Marvel needs to ban Tumblr users from writing for them.
Molly Pickstone - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 18:09:02 EST OOjubTde No.42897 Reply
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Read it again fam.
Carol was right. Every step of the way. Worst she did was bring a suspected super-terrorist in for questioning.
Frederick Decklewater - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 01:39:47 EST ztWz76oN No.42899 Reply
>Carol was right
What? You sound like the type who thinks the Inhumans are right, too.
Nigel Monningketch - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 14:04:58 EST OOjubTde No.42900 Reply
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Did you read the comic?
ANY of the comics, in fact? When she found out her New Jersey team were locking people up in Ms Marvel she fired the lot of them.
Nah, they can fuck right off.
Carol's still right. Every fucking fight was initiated by Tony going postal & endangering lives.
David Fazzleford - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 20:37:39 EST ztWz76oN No.42902 Reply
Okay, let's put aside the morality angle of Civil War II. It was still a terrible event. The guy I liked lost Civil War 1 but it was still a great event. This was terrible. Especially how the plot points went nowhere. Ulysses practically retconned himself by becoming a God, we'll never see that dude again LOL. In the end, it was all build up to those Future Visions that showed us the next handful events, stating with a teaser of the upcoming Monsters Unleashed. It was a lame event that dragged on, it was meant to promote a movie that had been out for like 7 months by the time the event ended. Sure Tony is gone but that obviously won't last long. I miss when superhero deaths lasted decades, not 18 months, like when Wally West was The Flash for 20+ years. Bendis is just a shite writer and Marvel sucks now that Rick Remender and Jonathan Hickman jumped ship.
William Nennertatch - Thu, 12 Jan 2017 23:19:21 EST VEuqFKdz No.42903 Reply
She's the one who sanctioned the Danvers Youth squad to begin with
Barnaby Billerstock - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 04:30:59 EST OOjubTde No.42904 Reply
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>we'll never see that dude again LOL
Ohhhhh I wouldn't be too sure about that...
To stop Canadian ninjas from stealing tanks & setting off nukes. She left them to their own devices and trusted them to act responsibly, going full 1984 was entirely their own call.
Nathaniel Tillingdock - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 09:58:17 EST jRfSd62N No.42906 Reply
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Solar: Alpha and Omega

First comic I've read in quite a while. Back when I was a kid I remember Solar always making it onto Wizard's best of lists and always meant to read it but never got around to it.

Must say Solar lived up to the hype my teenage self attached to it.
Martha Battingpare - Sun, 15 Jan 2017 02:13:54 EST VEuqFKdz No.42907 Reply
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Just finished Kingdom Come. Alex Ross is a god.
Esther Clayshaw - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 11:09:33 EST SqsOxM+F No.42908 Reply
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I strongly suggest his other DC book Justice. The story is basically all the bad guys team up to take on all the good guys, but the end result is Ross drawing literally everyone. There's a bit about the teen titans that doesn't really go anywhere, just so he can draw them.

And of course there's Marvels, which I actually think is the most interesting concept of the three books. Where marvel publishing history is used a timeline for the marvel universe. But the number of times there's just a bunch of old white guys talking in a press room will leave you wishing their were more pictures of spiderman or the x-men.
Polly Baffingridge - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 05:17:33 EST FyqGaGp7 No.42909 Reply
reading 'soil' again.

shit's finally starting to be explained. the suzushiro's, the goal of the missing children, that guy who's been locked in a basement this entire time.
Eugene Crankinshaw - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 08:43:39 EST mK9fJIvo No.42910 Reply
Someone just started translating the final chapters, it's been incomplete for years since I first read it. I'm excited for closure.
John Bushlock - Sun, 22 Jan 2017 15:23:17 EST agBvdkkm No.42918 Reply
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Rereading The Invisibles again. Fuck I love Morrison.
Shit Pabblesit - Mon, 23 Jan 2017 04:18:53 EST FyqGaGp7 No.42919 Reply
latest tower of god. so many power players are involved in this new arc i can't even guess what's going on. fem-hoaquin is likely hidden in that pocket-dimension knife kuhn won in the workshop tourney. no idea who might be carrying it atm though.

either way shit's gonna get crazy whenever vanilla ice and his flying tree crew show up.
Shitting Bondermidging - Wed, 25 Jan 2017 14:35:07 EST h2nzOfR+ No.42920 Reply
Catching up on comics today.
>Monsters Unleashed
Apparently this is the new Marvel event? It is corny but I'll take anything to wash Civil War II out of my mouth. Cullen Bunn writes it, hopefully he doesn't fuck up his first event.

>Akame Ga Kill FINALE
Honestly, they played it a little safe and should have killed another popular character, like Wave or the dude who got stuck as a dragon.

This post was edited by stevens on 25-01-2017 14:40:29
Ebenezer Buzzville - Wed, 25 Jan 2017 18:19:27 EST 5I3SsPjC No.42921 Reply
I really hoped they would do an arc on the floor of death from the moment it was first mentioned. I'm glad we get to see it and it's not just a quick aside or pitstop.

I've been rereading it, and it seems damn near everything important got mentioned early on, or at least long before it became relevant. I never noticed how early Karaka shows up in the story, and now he's the primary antagonist of the current arc. and there's so much that hasn't been elaborated on. I'm still really curious about those three faces carved into the wall of where bam used to live. whoever those carvings depict are gonna be important later on.

>that dude
I love how irrelevant he was as a protagonist. though I guess akame was the title character all along. it's god damn hilarious how they mentioned plural children though. so they just had more kids while he was a fucking dragon? Priceless.
Hedda Bicklebere - Wed, 25 Jan 2017 20:49:56 EST h2nzOfR+ No.42922 Reply
>Attack On Titan 84-89
Holy guacamole. I am so dang confused right now. So many answers but still more questions... why was the dude in the flashback suddenly babbling about Mikasa and Armin? Is the Owl supposed to be, like, Old Man Eren using time travel? Am I even reading the same comic anymore? I miss when the mysteries were unexplained and people just fought giants.

>Buffy season 11
Not digging how political this season is. Not just this book, half of DC/Marvel books are making their villains blatant Trump metaphors. I'm not a Trump supporter, I personally hate the guy, but I'm so sick of media preaching. I want a fun comic, not a fucking lecture.

>Sixpack & Dogwelder, by Garth Ennis
Section 8 is back, and also teaming up with Constantine, and Garth Ennis reminds everyone here that he is the best Constantine writer in history here. I loved all the jabs at how shitty modern Constantine comics are. It was consistently funny and the ending wound up having major feels.

Yeah, I noticed that too, they just had to make sure there was no question about whether dragon sex was gonna happen.

This post was edited by stevens on 25-01-2017 21:30:23
Barnaby Pabbledale - Wed, 25 Jan 2017 21:38:19 EST 5I3SsPjC No.42923 Reply
it seems the coordinate connects eren across time and space to all past and present eldians (possibly future if the first chapter visions mean anything), which is why he's able to access memories from other holders of his titan without overloading his brain with memories. I always wondered if that would be addressed or if it was just something we had to ignore. I doubt there's gonna be any full time time travel or timeline alteration though, just little messages eren gets nudging him forward. judging by the timeframe he's given us there's not enough time left for a big complicated time travel arc. Now that we've gotten this far though, I wonder where the original "the mist" ending was gonna be, or if we're not even that far yet.
Beatrice Chundlechitch - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 00:54:40 EST Vd2PZSfs No.42924 Reply
wow that sounds fuckin stupid lol. idk if i'll bother finishing. jumped the shark a while ago and it keeps getting weirder without staying interesting imo
Clara Sablingwill - Tue, 31 Jan 2017 11:50:36 EST Lv+fg5O/ No.42929 Reply
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Currently reading the WHOLE Ultimate Marvel Universe, start-to-finish, in chronological order.
Always interesting to note the key differences between Earth-1610 and Earth-616, dont even care that the Ultimate Universe doesn't exist anymore I'm really enjoy this.
Reuben Blatherford - Tue, 31 Jan 2017 11:53:12 EST h2nzOfR+ No.42930 Reply
I did that a couple years ago and then the Ultimate world died right when I finished catching up lol
Phoebe Bicklemut - Tue, 07 Feb 2017 22:29:06 EST vuS2pQlz No.42939 Reply
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Just finished up Seven to Eternity chapters 1-4
Edwin Clayhall - Tue, 07 Feb 2017 23:47:43 EST cV5n3azW No.42940 Reply
It's cool, right?! I'm ready to see where it goes now that it's a road trip story.
Charles Blackfuck - Fri, 10 Feb 2017 09:29:25 EST ICf/yfMY No.42943 Reply
I keep reading the same superman adventures comic to my niece.

Any suggestion for good comics to read a 5 year old?
Edward Bardridge - Fri, 10 Feb 2017 11:48:44 EST Bqbqst14 No.42944 Reply
Bone is the best comic for that age. Amulet is a cool runner-up. I have read both these comics with 5yo's before and they enjoyed them.
Basil Honeystone - Fri, 10 Feb 2017 12:33:13 EST OOjubTde No.42945 Reply
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Haven't gotten around to the 90score FF yet because I've spent the last week on Power Pack.

S'pretty good actually. Fun, cute, grand, way more engrossing than I gave it credit for. I can see why it lasted 60 issues.
Basil Honeystone - Fri, 10 Feb 2017 12:58:09 EST OOjubTde No.42946 Reply
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Ironically enough (since I'm only seeing this now); Power Pack is perfect. The concept was revived about 10 years ago for a series of cutesy miniseries, specifically for all-ages reading. Plus it's got the perfect self-insert for your specific situation.
The minis were all 4 issues long and all got trade paperbacks IIRC. Plus they're strictly out-of-continuity, so no worries there. Except for the first one and I think another in the middle they were all team-ups. Power Pack meet Spider-Man, Power Pack meet Thor, Power Pack meet the Fantastic Four, etc.. Look 'em up.

NB: It's also what gave Gurihiru their big break. Their work's delectably diabetic no matter what age you are, and easily the projects biggest strength. Not all of the minis are theirs though (I can't remember which), so it's worth checking.
John Brurringbury - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 16:29:08 EST xCL3nCje No.42951 Reply
Apparently they took over drawing the Avatar TLA comics once they started becoming plot relevant (Promise trilogy onwards). I knew I recognized that art style from somewhere.
John Drallyman - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 14:39:52 EST t/I3W1fj No.42962 Reply
Completely caught up. Loving the new villain, the God Of Fug. Dude is a beast how do you beat an opponent with infinite past lives????? You need to trap them in a time loop, or put them in a padded cell and straight jacket so they can't kill themselves and escape to a new body.

>Ultimates2 #4
Cosmic warfare is officially on and popping. Best current corner of the Marvel-verse in this book.

>Inhumans Vs X-Men #4
Seems to be a running theme in Marvel events for Kamala to realize she is on the wrong team and jump ship mid-war. This is why she's the only Inhuman who isn't shit. I wish they would stop shoehorning other Inhumans into her solo book so I could pretend she was just another random superhero with no actual classification like Captain America or Spider-Man or The Thing (Ben Grimm).

>Here's Negan
LOL good stuff

This post was edited by stevens on 20-02-2017 11:07:43
Phyllis Minningfag - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 08:27:58 EST WTKqxnXb No.42992 Reply
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Been chain smoking bowls and reading Grant Morrison's Doom Patrol for the first time. The Brotherhood Of Dada kick ass and better be in more arcs than just this one about the Painting That Ate Paris. Best capeshit book maybe ever so far, and I've read a lot of capeshit. The issue I'm reading now, one Doom Patroller is all "Can;t we stop bank robberys like the normal superheroes" and the boss goes "leave those feeble minded pursuits to the musclebound cretins who enjoy them!" classic Morrison just trashing all the other DC books in one venomous line.
Wesley Dunningmod - Fri, 03 Mar 2017 01:54:17 EST FyqGaGp7 No.43005 Reply
>how2beat infinite karaka
with enryu's thorn v1.5.
Thomas Bardfield - Sat, 04 Mar 2017 06:26:53 EST OOjubTde No.43011 Reply
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>Grant Morrison's Doom Patrol
I'm a Marvelfag & a Moorefag.
This is the first Omnibus I ever forked out for.
Lydia Sablingwadging - Sun, 05 Mar 2017 21:26:47 EST N3S9OWBL No.43014 Reply
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I've been digging Green Arrow's Rebirth series, so I went back to some old school GA books. First I read Longbow Hunters, now I'm getting into the famous Green Lantern - Green Arrow series, where they team up literally just for being green. The premise is that Ollie takes Hal on an SJW road trip of America to fight fat businessmen who abuse poor people. Preachy out the ass but that what Green Arrow is all about anyways.

If your going to read Rebirth, I suggest reading Longbow Hunters and then The Fear Machine to get acquainted with Ollie's current teammates and their origin stories.
Nigel Blatherway - Mon, 06 Mar 2017 03:04:47 EST FyqGaGp7 No.43015 Reply
latest Tower of God. for 300+ chapters bam's history has been "he was in a cave" and a few ambiguous hints. someone finally explains where bam came from, and in a single chapter without stringing it out. i hope the author hasn't been diagnosed with turbo cancer or something.
Lydia Sablingwadging - Mon, 06 Mar 2017 11:06:22 EST N3S9OWBL No.43018 Reply
I look forward to reading that. Attack On Titan took 4 chapters to explain their backstory, I'm glad SIU managed to TLDR it.

Anyways, I finished Doom Patrol by Morrison and it was fucking balls out epic.
Graham Gogglenot - Mon, 06 Mar 2017 22:28:19 EST Pw6WyfoN No.43019 Reply
it seems like we got less than a fourth of the backstory here though. it just makes me even more curious. she admits she can't tell everything, and it's obvious we're getting the the broadest of broad-strokes after listening to her story. that line about the information we didn't hear potentially "ruining" bam was especially ominous. she didn't explain the significance of his name either, I have a vague feeling that "the 25th night" means something sinister.
Augustus Shittingwill - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 12:20:55 EST FYzxDu3u No.43099 Reply
The Firefly comics are getting pretty intense, it finally feels like a real season 2.
Ebenezer Bonnerman - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 15:22:18 EST eLqUWUFU No.43103 Reply
Started bringing comics to work. It's a god send to have something other than a screen to look at. Finished tarnished angle (Astrocity). Finally getting around to read Tellos, it's ok, the art is real fun when they aren't fighting. When they are fighting it's really cluttered which I don't think is intentional given the genre and tone of the story.
Rebecca Pazzlemat - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 08:08:51 EST nE9afkpw No.43104 Reply
Tower of God is so fucking good you guys
Shitting Wipperson - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 13:08:21 EST OOjubTde No.43105 Reply
Eugene Backlesetch - Sun, 30 Apr 2017 16:32:38 EST VEuqFKdz No.43106 Reply
Fucking comic book store got ripped off by the company they get their shipments from, and wont have the new Ultimates 2 until wednesday REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
Cornelius Bunway - Tue, 02 May 2017 18:47:27 EST Vca921e5 No.43107 Reply
Decent issue but rather than this First Firmament fellow, I was hoping we'd get some suped up version of an older villain. Like, if Ultimate Reed Richards had managed to chain the Multiverse, that would be some truly epic shit, especially since it's a multiverse made by his 616 counterparts family. It could have been a good way to do a new FF storyline. How long will Marvel make us wait for them to return, anyways? Until Disney gets the movie rights?

Another villain I want back is Superior Iron Man. Before Secret Wars retconned shit and Bendis took over for Tony, Iron Man had been turned into a villain during the AXIS event. SW retconned that apparently, but I could see Evil Tony finding a way to slip past a universal reset, or someone who Ultimate Reed might resurrect if he's scouring the past for villains to bring into the new timeline.
Oliver Bishdock - Wed, 10 May 2017 00:34:42 EST 7440rxCw No.43115 Reply
I just caught up. I figured this arc would be a short unimportant bump in the road before they hop back on the hell train, and while it hasn't been very long and seems to be almost over, it's a hell of a lot more interesting and significant than I expected.
Barnaby Tillingbanks - Thu, 11 May 2017 23:19:04 EST VWYndO7d No.43119 Reply
I am entirely lost when it comes to the last handful of chapters of AoT. I'm going to have to reread this shit. After Suicide Island, and a few good fights from Hajime no Ippo.
Fanny Henkindot - Fri, 19 May 2017 11:10:25 EST OOjubTde No.43125 Reply
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>I was hoping we'd get some suped up version of an older villain
it's the multiverse
the level of cosmic abstracts and living concepts
why would it be some costumed dick dastardly from new york what sense would that make why would you even WANT that
Shitting Biffingfoot - Sat, 20 May 2017 00:01:32 EST JcEbjX7X No.43128 Reply
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dick dastardly is the greatest super villain in fiction you shut your dratting mouth
Cyril Hacklestick - Sat, 20 May 2017 07:59:08 EST OOjubTde No.43129 Reply
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Oh I agree.
Given the appropriate context.
Constraining MultiEternity isn't the appropriate context.
I found Doom's Rabum Alal backstory stupid & inconceivable. But at least that's Doom, the guy who can stare down telepaths and resist zombie bites and stay young on pure hate. And the Rabum Alal backstory was STILL a good step below constraining the sum-totality of every reality & possibility. They aren't even real chains! Chains can't hold a anthropomorphized idea! That's just the image they manifest as when viewed through a pathetic mortal perspective to stop said mortals' heads from exploding!
Just one Eternity is too beyond the limits of human perception to fuck with directly, it always takes a mystic entity like Dormammu or Nightmare or IG Thanos. And given the scope of this story so far even one of those guys sounds too bush league. Why on Earth would you go even further down, past little league, past fantasy league, past bloody trading card league to the realm of ~30 year old ASBOs in gaudy green & purple clownsuits who's response to mother not loving them enough was to become glorified bank robbers? Granted, UltReed was the given example and he doesn't fit these exact tropes to the letter, but FFS he's still just some emo asshat from a middle-class metropolitan neighbourhood who grand villainous motivation stems from getting dumped. I cannot accurately understate how much of a massive fucking disappointment somebody that normal & comprehensible would be after all the high concept shit about Lifebringers and Beyonder ghosts and Logos. Bloody LOGOS. Look at Logos again and imagine him taking orders from that bendy stallion.

...And this is all just me bitching about an opinion I don't understand! I haven't even gone off on who I wanted! Or my reaction to the reveal! Or the myriad reasons behind why that reveal turned out to be the perfect choice! The actual relevant canon on-the-page stuff! THAT'S how perplexed I am! It's explaining the obvious! Like like trying to define "the"!
but hey no judgin if it makes sense to you lemme know why ill be open minded
Samuel Simmlekodge - Sat, 20 May 2017 08:15:43 EST +5ARPfAM No.43130 Reply
I'm the one who originally said they wanted someone goofy like Superior Iron Man to be the one who chained eternity. If you want to hear the storyline that would carry it, here we go: evil Tony was around behind the scenes during Secret Wars. He is just as smart as evil Reed Richards and knew to let evil Reed do all the work and take the fall for everything. When shit went down and the multiverse was reborn, evil Iron Man dips out some universal backdoor and slaps some universal Iron-Man infused chains on eternity. His ultimate goal: create the Ironverse. It will reduce the multiverse to a single verse where literally everything is made of Iron Man technology right down to the atoms being replaced with some new subatomic structure (maybe called Tonys). His evil tech is swarming through the new universes that the Franklins have been creating. When the Franklins notice what is going on, they choose the universe where all the current comics take place to re-appear as the Fantastic Four, team up with the shiity All-New Avengers and fight off the evil Iron Man's invasion.

idk i'm not a writer but they can give costume villains larger than life goals like chaining eternity. They always boast that non-evil Tony is oh-so smart, so how was his evil counterpart wiped out so easily while evil-Reed Richards managed to survive Secret Wars even in spite of being horribly murdered in it.
Samuel Simmlekodge - Sat, 20 May 2017 10:17:39 EST +5ARPfAM No.43131 Reply
Fans of Swamp Thing should read Batman #23 for a stand alone Swamp Thing team up with major implications/canon for Alec Holland.
Thomas Dassleford - Sun, 21 May 2017 11:24:04 EST OOjubTde No.43132 Reply
Fair enough. I can understand wanting Superior Iron Man to have actually lead to something.
Again I guess reading this series has given me a specific mindset with specific expectations. The entire point of the Ultimates is that Earth isn't the be-all-end-all and there's far bigger meaner shit out there to deal with so bringing what they're dealing with all back to Earth just doesn't cut it for me. It makes a concept defined by its depth & variety seem so shallow & one-note. I ranted about Paradise X & Universe X ITT for that very reason, would just be repeating myself.
My bet was on Oblivion, with Beyonder or Shuma or maybe even Sentry as outlier possibilities. I was disheartened when it turned out to be some borderline-OC with one namedrop ever to their credit, but the entire reason I made that ULTIAMTES AHHHHHH post was because I'd just read the issue that explained him and boy fucking howdy it was mind-blowing how much of a 180'd Ewing pulled on me. Like, I can't even list all of the little ways he rocked my world in ~6 pages off the top of my head, there were so many layers and details and loose-end tie-ups. And it all made sense! He found an empty space for every spare piece, and is the only guy who even saw the jigsaw. Man's a prodigy. Making it Tony or Maker or something doesn't have nearly the same satisfaction attached, since it'd sound like a flashy gimmick with only 2-5 years of backstory. Like CIVIL WAR II or SECRET EMPIRE, anyone could cook it up on the fly and slap it on shelves at any time they please.
Thomas Dassleford - Sun, 21 May 2017 11:43:13 EST OOjubTde No.43133 Reply
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I mean, take the Celestial thing alone.

Celestials have been a big ol' bag of ambiguity since their introduction by Kirby ~40 years ago. There are common theories, there have been implications, but nobody's ever outright said what they are & where they come from.

Ultimates^2 #6 did. After so long, that's satisfaction in itself. Then you start thinking about Celestials and realize how perfectly it fits. We know they're caretakers, now we know why. We know they're agents of change, now we know why. We know there are multiple variants, now we know why. It even confirmed the long-held belief that they predate the Marvel universe itself.

A week later I dug up this page that I saved months ago. It's from a 90s Fantastic Four Annual; Annuals usually had factfiles but a Celestial factfile was impossible to nail down, so it just compiles theories. Re-reading it, I realized something: to some extent, Ewing had validated EVERY PROPOSITION SIMULTANEOUSLY with his origin. Backup filler from a fucking 90s FF oneshot, something so obscure he might not've even read it himself, yet every contrasting spitball now lines up. It's insanity. And I could go on, if you've the time or interest.
Jarvis Deddlestone - Wed, 24 May 2017 06:15:27 EST +5ARPfAM No.43134 Reply
Dude, Secret Empire is the worst shit Marvel has ever done. Civil War II and Monsters Unleashed seem cool by comparison. Nick Spencer is the worst writer Marvel ever hired.
Doris Dattingshit - Wed, 24 May 2017 21:49:01 EST djuJq8LU No.43135 Reply
Read Jeff smith's captain marvel book. Story is ok but I really like his art.
Henry Commlestat - Thu, 25 May 2017 06:28:38 EST OOjubTde No.43136 Reply
I'm dubious. Then again I do not give a solitary shit about HydraCap, let alone an event centered around him, so am in no rush to check for myself.
That Spencer jab seems reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeally hyperbolic tho. Pre-FalCap he was being lauded as one of Marvel's best, and the bits & pieces I've glimpsed of his work seem decidedly above-average. At worst I've heard he's an ass on social media.
Is this about the fact HydraCap's even a thing? Because IIRC his explanation was immediate & logical.
Esther Didgechadge - Thu, 25 May 2017 09:52:15 EST 9WYMAhiZ No.43137 Reply
Spencer got big from SUperior Foes Of Spider-Man, which was popular for being a silly throwback to old school comics. But he was all downhill from there IMO. He's also a wicked SJW, every storyline gets preachier than the last. I get that it's Captain America, but still, compared to the Brubaker or Remender runs, this is just bad stuff. Spencer's dialogue is just unreadable to me, every line is cringier than the last. Like, Secret Empire is cool in concept but the books themselves (along with his Cap runs for Sam and Steve) are just bad. I also hate his Image book, Morning Glories. It's trying to hard to be deep but is just one cliche after another. HydraCap with any other writer would have been a cool story.
Phoebe Femmlebetch - Fri, 26 May 2017 02:13:16 EST 4Gje/d17 No.43138 Reply
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I haven't read anything new in a long time. Years probably. I started reading Crossed, on some free online comic site. And holy shit. Holy fucking shit. I saw the memes when the comic first came out "Horsecock!" etc. Thought to myself "Well surely this must be the most shocking parts of the comic, hmmmm...certainly far out there but the majority of it is probably tame lame crap." and boy was I wrong. This is the most brutal, sick, fucked up comic I've read. And I'm sure there's sicker stuff out there, but does it have a plot? That's the question. Because Crossed certainly does have a plot. The first 10 issue series was brutal, the arcs that follow not so much, but still manage to match the first arc in places. I'm an artist who's hit a roadblock in my mentality, I used to draw fucked up shit, guts, gore, monsters. Therapy and such trained it out of me, but reading Crossed man, it just makes me realize there's no point in holding myself back when it comes to illustration. I realized I need to embrace what I'm able to create when I looked at some panels after the initial shock of the thing had worn off and said to myself "Eh, I can think of a few ways to make this even more awful...". I'm not a very GOOD artist mind you, I have a lot of practicing to do, but at least now I'm not holding myself back or scared to go to the places I seem naturally comfortable with.

If you've got a strong stomach, and you like real brutal stuff with a storyline, one that makes you care about the characters, Crossed is for you. I'm going to go watch some carebears or something for a palate cleanser.
This is the image I wanted to post but thought better of it. I'm sure people don't wanna see it every time they browse http://cdn.avatar-press.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/CrossedBad16Torture.jpg?00b2d5 but it captures what crossed is viscerally pretty well. So instead have this cover the whole family can enjoy.
Walter Smallson - Fri, 26 May 2017 04:36:10 EST OOjubTde No.43139 Reply
>He's also a wicked SJW
I saw some FalCap pages taking the piss out of SJWs with just as much venom tbh.
>HydraCap with any other writer would have been a cool story.
I have no investment one way or the other but it's worth noting that any other writer didn't come up with the idea. He was the one with a story in mind, he was the one who wanted to tell it. Good or bad he gets the credit, y'know?
Sidney Blamblefuck - Fri, 26 May 2017 07:10:51 EST 9WYMAhiZ No.43140 Reply
True true. I should add that when I call Spencer the worst Marvel writer, that is IN MY OPINION. He has his fans. I personally find his style cringe.
>I saw some FalCap pages taking the piss out of SJWs with just as much venom tbh.
He wrote some stuff like that after everyone started bashing FalCap for being too preachy and having all the villains be cliche racist rednecks. To make up for it, he had Sam fight some environmental activists and a couple other extreme leftist groups. But almost eveyr line of his is written with a wink, like "hey, see how I just made my comic a parralel to Trump Vs Hillary"? It's not the kind of political allegory I enjoy. I like political writers, but not when it is so straight forward, preachy, and with such sub-par dialogue (IMO). Like, Falcon's current story is him protesting against being Captain America because cops shot a black guy and now he's ashamed to be defending America cuz we're all racists.

Him being an ass on social media also ties into my hating him. I could just look the other way on those complaints I listed, but then he goes on Twitter and talks about how anyone who dislikes his books is part of the problem and too stupid to see what is up. If you dislike his books, he acts like you must be an alt-right Trump supporter, when really I just want a Cap book with a writer I enjoy. I still follow the Cap books just cuz I like following all the major Marvel titles like a soap opera, but they are definitely my least favorite of the current relevant Marvel books. I enjoy Bendis books more, and that's tough.

Check out then Crossed+100 story that Alan Moore wrote!
Phoebe Femmlebetch - Fri, 26 May 2017 15:54:14 EST 4Gje/d17 No.43141 Reply
Word, I'm checking it out. I love crossed, reading Crossed Badlands now. I really dig that they don't play with kid gloves. I remember frequently while reading it, that the shit the crossed do, is shit that has really happened. Live Flaying, Torture Rape, Horrific surgeries, etc, it's all been done, on scales we can't imagine, during certain periods of chaos in this world of ours. Really makes me think. Humans are horrifying, a lot of media likes to play up how good we are, how good meaning, good natured, I like that the crossed is the polar opposite of the most sweet, beautiful, harmless kids show like Barney, or Carebears. As good as we can be, we can be just as bad. That's the message I take away from Crossed. Also the stories are generally exciting and enthralling. I want to see what happens next. It's such a morbid fascination.
John Shakestone - Fri, 26 May 2017 23:53:33 EST JcEbjX7X No.43142 Reply
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Holy shit berserk is moving fast lately. I'm loving every bit of it. The next chapter is gonna be a hard read though I can just tell. They had to get to it at some point.

This week's One Punch man was good too, a whole 40 page chapter too none of that .1 .2 .3 bullshit.
genophyte - Sat, 10 Jun 2017 08:04:47 EST cVCXXNny No.43175 Reply
its been how many irl years since casca went full derp?

im not one to get attached or do the waifu thing, but casca holds a special place.

he better not go on hiatus again.

also OPM(one) ? or the redrawn? been holding off on (one) since december, i cant handle the 5 page stuff.

bought a hard copy of Grant Morrison's filth for 6 bucks.
finally read the newish venom.
opened up my torrent external hd and remembered i had nearly all of dark horse,image,malibu,valiant,dc vertigo comics stashed on the thing.

never realized how just fucked up vertigo's animal man run really was, also orchid was bretty good.

randomly started reading my hero academia and caught up in 2 days.
dr stone is just too not my cup of tea.
boruto surprisingly doesnt suck.
fairy tail ....cmon_son.png
seven deadly sins i for some reason lost interest in 4 months ago.
one piece finally got into the final battle part but i know its gonna be like 9 chapters before is even halfway through.

the newish dark crystal issues are pretty awesome
Simon Fanridge - Sat, 10 Jun 2017 22:39:00 EST gI2fhFCG No.43177 Reply
Tower of God finally explained what that weird thing in bam's body when he met wangnan. People said it was the thorn but I always figured it was something else, I half expected it to be a dropped plot element but nope.

also the new translation of Jojo Part 5 is almost done, so far the fights have been hunter x hunter level great. I tend to criticize part 3 for just being a series of battles but here it feels more organic, and it helps that the fights are amazing and each victory directly advances the team's goals rather than being a bump in the road before dio ( apparently part 3 was supposed to progress like a board game, so the pacing was intentional, just not my bag personally) I'm not as invested in the story and characters as I was in part 4, but I'm on the edge of my seat anyways.

>its been how many irl years since casca went full derp?
I looked it up, shit, we first saw her in derpmode back in the first chapter of 1997's volume 14. the chapter itself probably came out in 96. That's twenty years now. We're finally here. I bet he's gonna take a few months off after she's healed though.

I don't even want to start the One version, I've heard about that five page bullshit. I'm waiting on mob psycho 100 too, I assume they're just gonna do a season 2 since I hear the webcomic is almost over anyways.
Hannah Blatherford - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 14:38:04 EST fss3yvCN No.43186 Reply
Caught up on comics this weekend.

Batman books are looking good. Dark Days: The Forge came out, written by Scott Snyder, the prequel to the Batman event Metal coming up soon. Spoilers: Snyder's Joker is back and looking pivitol for the upcoming summer blockbuster comic. Also, If you like Joker stories, Tom King's Batman is about the have its first Joker arc in the flashback story where Joker and Riddler go to war over the right to kill Batman.

I read Alan Moore's Providence, where he does for horror what Watchmen did for superheroes.

Rick Remender's Black Science Deadly Class, Low, and Seven To Eternity all continue to be bad ass.

There's a good new Guardians Of The Galaxy mini called Mother Entropy. AFter all the shitty Bendis years, it's nice having good writers on Guardians again. The story was so good, I was going to say that they should hire the writer permanently. Turns out, the writer was Jim Starlin, godfather of Cosmic Marvel and inventor of Thanos, so no wonder this was good. Now I'm off to read early Starlin comics and see Thanos in his first appearances (looks like Thanos first debuted in an Iron Man comic of all places).

Gerry Duggan is writing the main Guardians book, he's the guy behind Deadpool's highly-succesful current ongoing. So far, so good.

Fantastic Four #48-50. Galactus is introduced. Silver Surfer is introduced. Ben Grimm reveals he got his catch phrase "It's clobberin time" from his "dear old Aunt Petunia", which somehow seemed a bigger reveal than any of the cosmic stuff.

This post was edited by stevens on 18-06-2017 14:39:38
Fucking Wuvingshit - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 03:39:59 EST XIWNydXc No.43191 Reply
I didn't get Providence. Granted, I haven't read the final issue yet, but it's just a gay dude trying to learn about vaguely eldritch stuff and a cult/secret society.

>Rick Remender's Black Science Deadly Class, Low, and Seven To Eternity all continue to be bad ass

Amen. I haven't read Low or Seven to Eternity yet, but they're on my to read list.

I keep expecting Deadly Class to get bad or stupid and it consistently delivers. The reveals and twists are fucking nuts and quite ballsy. It's really refreshing.
Reuben Pomblelick - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 06:59:32 EST fss3yvCN No.43192 Reply
Alan Moore's novel Jerusalem pretty much lays out Moore's theories on the way the world works. Providence was much vaguer than Jerusalem but a lot of the confusing parts make sense to me from having read the book. Like, in Providence, when you see something leaving multiple copies of itself behind it as it walks, there's a whole lengthy explanation of how that is what human travel looks like when you are looking down on the 3rd dimension from the 4th. The protags brain is now stuck in gear slightly above the 3rd dimension and he's seeing all those secret truths he thought would be cool that he now wishes he never investigated in the first place. And they only made him gay because all the IRL cosmic horror writers of the time were also gay, so it gives him a reason to be in their social circles. Even Lovecraft, while mostly asexual, is rumored to have had brief encounters with some of his fellow writers, even while being crippled by his deep beliefs that homosexuality was evil. There's a reason all those tentacled beasts he is so scared of look so much like vaginas.
Clara Smallshit - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 15:36:10 EST XIWNydXc No.43194 Reply
Oh I get that about all the gay authors. Haven't read Jerusalem though. I'll have to check it out.
Phoebe Snodshit - Thu, 22 Jun 2017 22:29:07 EST cSiOsnQc No.43195 Reply
>HxH comes back
>Berserk goes on hiatus immediately after
damn it. at least we get one more chapter tomorrow. hopefully togashi does at least ten chapters again too.
Angus Wisslelack - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 08:36:21 EST xidVgrL6 No.43196 Reply
The newest issue of East Of West was bad fucking ass.

Last years chapters were much more satisfying to binge rather than read weekly, so I';ll prob let HxH pile up and read them when it goes on inevitable hiatus again. If I thought it was back forever, I would read weekly but I know not to get false hope.

This post was edited by stevens on 23-06-2017 20:39:26
Jenny Buzzstone - Sat, 24 Jun 2017 16:35:27 EST SvNXRVnL No.43200 Reply
RIP I Am A Hero. Now is the time to binge, it is officially over.
Wesley Fecklepick - Sun, 25 Jun 2017 03:00:41 EST cSiOsnQc No.43201 Reply
oh shit I guess it's time for me to finally start that. I hear it's pretty different from the average zombie apocalypse story, and the zombies aren't all just generic looking dead dudes.
Ian Fudgestadging - Sun, 25 Jun 2017 06:57:38 EST SvNXRVnL No.43202 Reply
Very different, especially the 2nd half where it becomes more like a bad acid trip than zombie survival.
Cornelius Gaggleforth - Mon, 26 Jun 2017 08:10:59 EST cSiOsnQc No.43203 Reply
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Just marathoned I Am a Hero in one delirious binge. It was incredible up to the very end. It was nothing like what I expect out of a zombie story, the zombies didn't even turn up until a full volume in. the mystery of it all really sucked me in too. but ultimately only the character arcs got finished. everything else was just ignored in the end. no explanation for the half infected, the matriarchs like that girl in spain or hiromi, the giant womb thing in the church (that was such a huge deal and it was completely forgotten by the plot), what the hive hiromi controlled was supposed to do (or really any of the hives), what the half infected guy was talking about in the church, what all that time travel shit was with oda's sibling (that might have been symbolic but if it's literal it explains what that one zombie was babbling about at the time during the mall arc), what hideo's powers were and why they werent the same as the regular half infected, the torsoless observer, or what the purpose of it all was, just... nothing.

This series could use another couple volumes for real 100% closure. I can handle leaving things mysterious but it almost seems like the author didn't even have an endgame for this beyond the character arcs and "increasingly freaky shit happens". Though it wasn't wildly unsatisfying in the end like Knights of Sidonia or Eden It's an Endless World, two series this reminded me of a bit, especially Eden. It kinda felt like what Eden should have been, except without the cyberpunk stuff and alita-esque cyborg battles.

The character arcs were damn perfect in I Am a Hero so I can forgive it for the most part. I especially love how Hideo never truly became a fully self actualized "hero" until there was nobody left to protect. Though even in the end his delusions control him, looking at his hairline it's been far more than just a half year and the jsdf isn't coming back for him or anyone else like he says. But he's finally alive now, and he could never have had that without the outbreak, or if he had gotten to safety on the helicopter.
genophyte - Thu, 29 Jun 2017 19:22:18 EST RKDqrMBe No.43204 Reply
its weird , i finished it a while back and it just left me conflicted .

in that it did an amazing job in being unique as fuck even to the end.

10/10 would buy physical copies .

i do wonder about the other locations and story lines though..at least we didnt get gantz'd or bleach'd
Eugene Cacklewill - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 15:44:03 EST Op3uvO7Y No.43207 Reply
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Just started Transmetropolitan last night after years of ignoring the recommendation. I love it! 14 chapters in.

It's like Fear and Loathing had a threeway with the over-stimulation of Brave New World and the hyper capitalist dystopia of... idk. Robocop? It's fuckin nuts.
John Pangertadge - Tue, 04 Jul 2017 14:22:24 EST OOjubTde No.43214 Reply
Transmet made me appreciate Trump.
It's magic like that.
Doris Chaffinghood - Wed, 05 Jul 2017 18:59:30 EST Op3uvO7Y No.43218 Reply
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The parallels between him and The Beast are wild, but I have more of an appreciation for Ellis' prescient cynicism than Trump himself.
Cornelius Hullerway - Thu, 06 Jul 2017 11:15:14 EST OOjubTde No.43223 Reply
Oh sure Ellis gets all the credit. Just saying I'd probably be a lot madder/sadder about it all had I not read Transmet years before.
Clara Mebberfield - Thu, 06 Jul 2017 11:55:36 EST PZeXbfvJ No.43224 Reply
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yeah at the very least it was much more satisfying in the end than gantz.

heh that about sums it up. I ought to reread transmetropolitan. it was my favorite comic back when I first read it, every detail of the world and story was enthralling and the characters were a hell of a lot of fun. and that was a decade ago. It seems like it's just as relevant and interesting now as it was then.

I have a feeling the author sees most politicians as less intense versions of the beast or the smiler, or some amalgamation of the two. he's not far off.
Shitting Buzzway - Thu, 06 Jul 2017 12:20:32 EST Op3uvO7Y No.43225 Reply
haha good point. Wish I had picked it up earlier
Phyllis Blythegold - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 12:35:12 EST GRwoze40 No.43227 Reply
Mighty Thor #20 with the new Ultimate Thor was the most fucked up origins story I've seen in a while.
Jarvis Hipperbury - Sat, 29 Jul 2017 03:07:51 EST jNMqUSC0 No.43251 Reply
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Finished Injustice years 4 and 5 recently, moving onto Red Hood and the Outlaws. Koriand'r 2 fine.
Ebenezer Duckridge - Mon, 31 Jul 2017 22:12:18 EST 15hiNy2K No.43257 Reply
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I finished reading Volume 1 of Punisher MAX and starting on Sandman Mystery Theatre.
Angus Pittdock - Sat, 05 Aug 2017 23:13:06 EST aKt58NCw No.43261 Reply
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Starting to read Top Cow
Haven't read any Darkness in over a decade. Rereading it now and it all feels new. Just finished issue 10
Reading Witchblade for the first time, only up to issue 3 though even though I probably should be like 15 issues ahead for proper reading order
Chadwick Bandersnatch - Sun, 06 Aug 2017 00:51:31 EST Kxm6xYad No.43262 Reply
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Not a new comic, but just finished the first collection of The Black Monday Murders and ho lee fuuuuuuuck is this good.

Also picked up an issue of DC Bombshells at the local shop on a whim, which is more recent. Feel like it could be great with a better editing team or a punch-up writer.
Nigel Naddletudge - Sat, 12 Aug 2017 19:28:02 EST UWteHn8u No.43267 Reply
Just binged the final 25 chapters of Inu Yashiki, the manga the Gantz guy started. It just ended, check it out folks. They were fucking wild, I was crying like a baby for a good chunk of it. This manga has very little dialogue and is a very quick read, if you download it, you're clicking to turn the page almost as fast as you lay eyes on some pages, it moves like a wild movie. Like, 25 chapters took maybe 25 minutes lol, but I was also crying for 25 minutes, so damn.
Betsy Hevingdid - Sat, 12 Aug 2017 20:45:23 EST UWteHn8u No.43268 Reply
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This book is just what Marvel needed right now. Marvel has added a lot of shitty characters since the last time Deadpool murdered everybody. It was real exciting to see black spider-man get beheaded. I want him to take out Kamahla Khan next. And the black female Iron Man. Also, it looks like recent fan-fav Gwenpool is on the case to stop Deadpool's massacre, if anyone can do it, this hero can!
Charles Buzzfoot - Sat, 12 Aug 2017 23:46:31 EST 8Ml17HUo No.43269 Reply
I stopped reading that every month after the chapter where it was just ten pages of inuyashiki running a few meters, and then the same thing with this dog. but reading the rest of the finale all at once was satisfying. I like that we got a proper epilogue to see everybody carrying on after the story ends, rather than the sudden end gantz had.
Eugene Ganningford - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 03:53:01 EST WvoQvA/y No.43270 Reply
The Darkness is one of my favorite comics ever, good choice
Betsy Hevingdid - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 07:08:28 EST UWteHn8u No.43271 Reply
I didn't even know I cared about the side characters until I was suddenly overcome with happiness for that one girl getting her manga published.

I fucking wish I could draw so I could make comics/manga. I can write and have finished novel sized works before but my art/drawing is shit. Like ONE's webcomic version of One Punch Man is fine art compared to my art skills, and I'm too antisocial to meet and work with an artist. It makes me mad, because, as a writer, I feel like writing should be what takes talent and drawing should be easy peasy, just copying shit, something any no-talent could accomplish, but that is dead wrong, drawing things is fucking hard.
Ernest Clockledale - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 20:36:11 EST 8Ml17HUo No.43272 Reply
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everybody thinks drawing is impossible because they draw a few things in their free time and get mad that it doesn't look amazing by the fifth scribble. You really gotta draw constantly to get to a point where you like your own art. lots of life drawing and landscapes too, even if all you have for references are photos. and even then if you're into comics you gotta learn to place your panels right so the page flows well, though that's easier to get used to than drawing itself. but over time you start to notice an improvement. six months after you hunker down you notice your art doesn't look like shit. a year later you notice you're drawing certain things well without a reference. and so on. but it will be very gradual. there's how to draw books but you can't base your whole style off one guy. though the loomis books are pretty good I gotta say.

also yeah I enjoyed that scene too, and the one where the son mashes that one bully's face in. it seems he didn't escape unscathed but he was a lot less fucked up than the other one.He never needed robot powers to defend himself, just confidence and bravery. Oku never bothered making the mom more likeable though. she throughout the story she's just a total uncaring selfish bitch until she suddenly isn't. The daughter got the bulk of the the family's characterization and character development time overall.
Martin Sodgemone - Thu, 17 Aug 2017 18:46:59 EST xzIkIMWq No.43276 Reply
it's that or dc if you want a shared superhero universe. there aren't really any competitors in that niche. all the old ones got bought out or they died out anyways. I have a feeling kids don't read marvel or dc anymore though.
Shit Sunnerneck - Fri, 18 Aug 2017 00:26:07 EST j2WS+zUS No.43278 Reply
I read X-Men. This new era of X-books feels promising. They're treating the team right these days.

I read the fuck out of Ultimates and Ultimates^2. It was probably the single best ongoing series Marvel was pumping out, which is why it has just been cancelled,

Moon Knight is also having an enjoyable renascence at the moment as well.

And I also enjoyed what parts of Secret Empire I've read so far.
Ian Cinnerwell - Fri, 18 Aug 2017 11:59:05 EST HNCSxILI No.43279 Reply
>if you want a shared superhero universe


IDW's Hasbro-verse with Transformers, GI Joe, ROM, Micronauts
Jarvis Hundlefield - Fri, 18 Aug 2017 21:38:11 EST xzIkIMWq No.43281 Reply
Oh yeah, I always forget Valiant exists. I didn't know the transformers comics were part of a larger world either.
Polly Dinkinman - Sat, 19 Aug 2017 16:38:43 EST 0vQwnOHJ No.43283 Reply
>Dark Knights: Metal #1
woo hoo, epic Sandman story in dis bitch

>Ultimates #100
noooo why did this book have to end? Ewings other book USAvengers sucks so hard.
Martin Sebberforth - Tue, 22 Aug 2017 23:34:02 EST jNMqUSC0 No.43284 Reply
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Pic related. Little upset Vampi wasn't rocking her swimsuit getup, but the Weyland-Yutani jumpsuit is mandatory when dealing with Alien IP I guess. The trade hardcover had #1-6 gathered so I got through it all in one shot, very enjoyable. Also picked up 4 of the Alien franchise films, so gonna do that later to follow up. Why not?

What I'm super psyched about is the release this month of Conan Omnibus volume 3. I picked up the last two volumes and loved 'em, so this was an instant buy. I should buy a van and have a Frazetta type mural done on its sides.
Walter Chummlewell - Tue, 22 Aug 2017 23:38:58 EST OI3BqQVZ No.43285 Reply
>I have a feeling kids don't read marvel or dc anymore though.
I think that's a very fair guess. Marvel is so convoluted you either have to grit your teeth issue after issue until it starts making sense, or do tons of research on wikis instead of just reading books.

And every time dc reboots it's been to better appeal to the 30+ year olds who are already reading them.
Nigel Clullerstig - Wed, 23 Aug 2017 11:15:30 EST E6Vqjk5u No.43286 Reply

That's kind of inevitable. There are more and more options for authors to publish their own work, so no one creates original characters for the big 2 anymore. Why would they, they would gain nothing from them. So the future is going to be rehashes upon rehashes, which will be more and more boring, losing readers, etc. Great news all around if you ask me. The parasites deserve it.
Sidney Warringbure - Wed, 23 Aug 2017 17:14:10 EST n/dZODF6 No.43287 Reply
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>Aposimz by Tsutomu Nihei
just read the first three chapters. so far this is basically Blame meets Abara but with human enemies. The art is unfortunately as minimalistic as later Knights of Sidonia was, perhaps more so. I miss the vast detailed backgrounds. at least it's competently done and the designs are classic Nihei. The whole thing oozes personality. the fights are great too. I'm curious if the name is just coincidental or if this place they're in actually is the Aposimz ship from Sidonia and it's been overrun by megastructure. probably not though, abara outright had gauna and I don't think that was in the same continuity as sidonia. none of the manga sites have it up yet but the first three chapters are here

David Chezzleway - Thu, 31 Aug 2017 02:41:27 EST FlsjwRp/ No.43296 Reply
I was at Barnes and Noble recently and this little girl who couldnt have been more than like 8 years old was excitedly telling her Dad all about how awesome Harley Quinn, Silk, and a few other comic book characters are.
Edwin Dorryman - Thu, 31 Aug 2017 03:09:18 EST jNMqUSC0 No.43297 Reply
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Haven't read Silk, Harley Quinn-centric books are a curious thing. They've made a leading lady out of a villain's sidekick from the cartoon, and the shelves have quite an abundance of her books.

One of my favorite scenes involving her comes from the Injustice year 5 run, she goes to her old medical office and talks with a cardboard cut-out of herself in doctor getup to get help lol.
[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Thu, 31 Aug 2017 04:14:14 EST x3OwW3c+ No.43298 Reply
Finally saved up enough to get vol 2 of the Sandman Omnibus, shelf looking nice
Sidney Bosslenut - Sun, 03 Sep 2017 00:12:42 EST jNMqUSC0 No.43303 Reply

I mean you can, but it probably won't end well for the batter. I imagine that's just following the rule of cool.
Albert Nickleway - Sun, 03 Sep 2017 19:00:31 EST JU7wpJMW No.43304 Reply
Just finished reading Seven Soldiers of Victory for the first time. Good shit.
Augustus Sashgold - Thu, 07 Sep 2017 01:30:32 EST jNMqUSC0 No.43307 Reply
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Hey /616/, tonight's reading material was Dark Horse Presents Kyrra: Alien Jungle Girl, a delightful trade paperback released back in July that has some of my favorite things: scantily clad woman, science fiction, and fantasy/sword&sorcery elements (sans the -sorcery part. Seems like a no or low-magic, high-tech universe.)

I would recommend it.
Oliver Ginkinshit - Sun, 10 Sep 2017 04:03:16 EST Tgd5PVNE No.43311 Reply
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>Dorohedoro 155
holy dicks that was a good chapter. and I loved that part where Kaiman is posting all badass and shit while holding a half naked Nikaido that he saved, and gives this speech about how hole-kun's magic cant hurt him, and then he just holds up the kitchen knife. "uhm, except that, but that doesnt count." fucking hilarious. Of course after that shit got incredibly dark, but this final fight is gonna be incredible and trippy I can just feel it. also I liked how the author established that different selves can merge. makes things a whole lot less complicated, and now kaiman has his complete memories from the entire series. I would be annoyed if he never remembered his buddies from when he lived in the sorcerer world.

>Ajin 54
short ass chapter but it sure was good. I'm really liking that military dude now. He's a proper match for Sato with how ruthless and intelligent he is, though I'm sure Kei will show up with the others at some point. Hell, I suspect Kaito has already escaped from prison with that winged ajin watch him come back to help and it turns out to be another fucking fakeout chapter. I might take a break from this and Dorohedoro so I can marathon the final arcs of each all at once.

>Aposimz 003-006
This is definitely a shonen version of abara mixed with inferior art (he barely even draws backgrounds wtf that's his best thing) and elements from blame and sidonia, and I half expect another cop out ending like sidonia, but it's still pretty entertaining. That bit at the coliseum was great. I wanna see more of these automatons. they're like what safeguards would be if they were just wild animals. the translator clearly doesn't know who nihei is though, they messed up translating higgs particles and graviton beam emitter. now the connections are gone. I wonder if there were any other references they messed up and I just didn't notice.

>Blame Master Edition 1-3
I dl'd the color corrected versions so the blacks aren't all greys, and the new translation isn't as bad as I heard it would be, if somewhat blander than the old one. Calling Killy "Kyrii" is dumb as fuck though lol. other than that seeing his art in such high definition is amazing. It's like I'm reading it new again. I kinda am I must have forgotten the story considerably since I read it years ago lol, I don't remember a lot of this shit. I do remember the final fight though and I hear they fucked up a key element by editing out the forcefield the safeguard was using on killy to restrain him, therefore there's no reason for him to turn his gun up as high as he did to break it. kinda messes things up a bit considering how much collateral damage there was as a result, if there was no shield he wouldn't have done that. seems there's no grievous errors otherwise though. also I kinda miss the gun sound effects being BLAM BLAM in the old translation to match the series title. Gonna read the fourth supervolume next and I think that's all there is in english currently.
Oliver Pittingson - Mon, 18 Sep 2017 03:54:21 EST FyqGaGp7 No.43345 Reply
finally caught up to one piece.
pudding is new favorite side character. it just fits so fucking well that sanji's dream girl would be bipolar batshit crazy lmao.
Thomas Wullydale - Fri, 29 Sep 2017 04:00:03 EST nwAYLPyd No.43353 Reply
>Why don't you just put the whole world in a bottle, Superman?

This is such a piece of shit comic. What a lame ass shit ending. I can't believe this is highly recommended. Must be all the dipshits who think communism takes away your freedom like a bunch of ignorant obese fuckheads.
Edwin Crerrywater - Sun, 01 Oct 2017 02:24:56 EST l34i6StT No.43356 Reply
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It's a collection of non-related stories about normal people from different walks of life in suburban America. It's a short read and it made me feel warm and gave me melancholy at the same time. Some stories are better than others but as a whole it's pretty good. I recommend it.
Eugene Blacklekidge - Tue, 07 Nov 2017 19:46:47 EST VWYndO7d No.43385 Reply
>Shingeki no Kyojin 99

Here is where everyone who dropped it should pick it back up.

that guard leading the future titans kids away is totally Armin
Albert Pocklelock - Fri, 10 Nov 2017 12:48:07 EST 5zVJRkkH No.43401 Reply
damn eren is cold blooded now, but it's interesting seeing him like this. no rage, just calm collected vengeance. that the same reason as you bit gave me chills. and when falco figured out what was going on too. also I think Pieck might have whispered some warning to that one guy in her unit when she hugged him after she noticed the guard. the guy she hugged was blushing at first, but afterwards he just seemed surprised, and wasn't blushing anymore.

no but it looks like it's gonna be the beginning of the end, and possibly the most intense chapter of the series. I figure we need at least 8-10 more chapters to cover the final confrontation, any extra material, and the falling action. at the very least I don't think he's gonna finish it within the next volume, which will consists of 99-103. I bet he could stretch it out to 115 chapters if there's enough material, but things might be moving too quickly for that now.

if anyone has taken a long break on the series, I think they should wait one more month till chapter 100 to catch up.
Martha Sunnerfuck - Thu, 23 Nov 2017 07:40:52 EST XIWNydXc No.43421 Reply
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Doomsday Clock is finally here!!!! We're in for a looooong year, but I for one, am looking forward to it.

The Mime steals the show. Most of what he does is a mystery, but the reader is naturally drawn to him.

Btw calling it now... new Rorschach is Bernie from Watchmen. You know... the kid reading Black Freighter. Prove me wrong.''
Phoebe Crurrypere - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 07:34:17 EST pSBQ1oFC No.43423 Reply
I feel like I need to re-read Watchmen cuz I remember the main plot but outside Doc Manhattan leaving, I forget everyone else's specific fates. When the characters were arguing about what happened to Rorshach, I'm like "I dont even know which of these characters is right, what DID that freak do at the end?""
Phoebe Hellykutch - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 09:39:42 EST qUGqNh6Y No.43424 Reply
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"Never Compromise. Not even in the face of Armageddon."
Rorschach was an objectivist. No grey area, no middle ground, no white lies or necessary evil, just right & wrong. Allowing Ozymandias to carry through his plan to save the world entailed allowing Ozymandias to go unrecognized & unpunished for mass-murder. The maths of killing a thousand to save a billion doesn't matter; you killed a thousand and must pay. Those billion are irrelevant, let them fend for themselves. His murder was the other characters (chiefly Dr Manhattan) seeing the bigger picture, recognizing the massive good Ozy's evil would cause & stopping Rorschach from fucking it all up, which would have negated the positive trade-off that city block full of corpses caused. Maybe even worsen the initial crisis.
Y'know how Rorschach's an edgier version of The Question, by Steve Ditko? Well The Question was a softer version of Mr A, whom Ditko created months prior. So he's ironically a return to form, and the "purity" of justice the Spidey-Strange co-creator originally envisioned. The only difference Ditko himself could summarize was that Rorscach's crazy, which is ironic all in itself.
Shit Dangerworth - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 11:18:09 EST FlsjwRp/ No.43425 Reply
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>new Rorschach is Bernie from Watchmen. You know... the kid reading Black Freighter.Prove me wrong.
Okay, I will.
He fucking died when Ozymsndias' big fucking alien killed the fuck out of eveeyone.
Polly Crorringlurk - Thu, 30 Nov 2017 04:54:31 EST Q5XUf+Ra No.43437 Reply
A Watchmen sequel written without Alan Moore that involves a Superman crossover? Are you fucking serious?
Nell Seddlelet - Thu, 30 Nov 2017 22:19:42 EST FlsjwRp/ No.43440 Reply
Well if you actually read current DC, you'd see how it's a good story.
Jarvis Clinderson - Thu, 07 Dec 2017 06:06:33 EST qUGqNh6Y No.43455 Reply
Well yeah, obviously. Point being it's DC's IP. Based off of DC-owned characters, to boot. They can do whatevah teh fook they want with it. IIRC Moore was given first dibs on Before Watchmen & being Moore he told them to go fuck themselves, so it's not like he's some poor widdle victim. Man's a bit of a Rorschach in his own right: morals > money.
I don't even see the problem with crossing over with Superman. Especially now, after the fucking Snyderverse has been mashing the two together for 3 movies. Might as well sit both of them down for a face-to-face heart-to-heart by this point. Give the OG superhero a chance to counter-point the criticisms of superheroes that have informed & defined comics about superheroes for the 30 bloomin' years.
If you can stand his face/voice https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cf1DTLcQ3os might be worth 5 minutes of your time, talks about the general historical ramifications of Watchmen (presuming you don't already know all of it).
Basil Brookway - Thu, 07 Dec 2017 07:55:27 EST Q5XUf+Ra No.43456 Reply
I'm not worried about Moore, I just think these are poorly conceived and only appeal to people who are missing the point. That video seems to broadly agree with me.
Phineas Hoffingstock - Fri, 08 Dec 2017 04:22:24 EST qUGqNh6Y No.43457 Reply
True enough re: the prequels. I'm not massive into Watchmen or DC but going on what surface level information I have this Doomsday Clock idea sounds like it could actually amount to something thematically worthwhile (already outlined why). I mean hey, they've got Geoff Johns writing; Their go-to-guy for optimistic "everything's too dark, spruce it up a bit" catharsis. I imagine he gets the point, and that's going to inform the narrative this time around. If not, well like I said I'm going off surface level information.
Priscilla Diblingkog - Sat, 09 Dec 2017 10:31:11 EST FlsjwRp/ No.43467 Reply
Before Watchmen is garbage, but everything I've read leading up to Doomsday Clock leads me to believe it'll be great, and not really do much to sully Watchmen's legacy. In fact, what they've shown to happen after the conclusion of the original Watchmen series seems to be a very Watchmen-esque ending for that universe. And how this story with Dr. Manhattan fits in with Rebirth, Flashpoint, the New 52, and all the changes and missing characters of the last 6 or so years looks very intriguing. I believe the end result will be the beginning of a new golden age of DC. They seem to be using this as a vehicle to push their universe right in the direction it needs to go. Rebirth Superman and the new Super Sons (Lois and Clark's son Jonathan teamed with Bruce and Talia's son Damian) are prime examples, as is the new Titans series featuring a returning Wally West and Aqualad. Snyder's Batman seems to be doing great too, he's reinvented characters like Kite Man to much fanfare (he's doing it right), although DC is still publishing like 5 Batman titles at once, plus a series for most of his supporting cast...
Rebecca Diddlewater - Sat, 09 Dec 2017 12:59:46 EST I3iD1htG No.43468 Reply
>Snyder's Batman seems to be doing great too, he's reinvented characters like Kite Man to much fanfare
That's Tom King's Batman, Snyder's book was cancelled and his only Bat title is the current event Dark Knights: Metal
Nathaniel Feddlehall - Sun, 10 Dec 2017 05:18:55 EST qUGqNh6Y No.43470 Reply
>Dark Knights: Metal
I saw an overview of thatthis week.
Sounds like them sot embarrassingly edgy shit imaginable.
There's just something ordained by fate about the name "Snyder", huh?
Lydia Wammlespear - Sun, 10 Dec 2017 05:30:44 EST FlsjwRp/ No.43471 Reply
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Oh yeah.
Well, *King's* Batman has been getting much praise for striking a nice balance between the brooding Dark Knight and, you know....Bat-Cow
Shit Honeydale - Sun, 10 Dec 2017 07:16:55 EST I3iD1htG No.43473 Reply
Yeah, it's been an alright run. I like runs that really build on the characters though, and all his additions seem to trigger me. Like Bruce and Selina's big engagement plot ir retarded, I hate Bruce Is Engaged plots, even Snyder just did one. I also hated the I Am Bane story, it was some of the worst writing ever where maybe two issues of plot were dragged for 5 or 6 issues of bad inner monologue. War Of Jokes And Riddles was cool, King's version of Joker is so different from Snyder's where I assume this is that 3 Jokers thing that Goeff Johns mentioned.
Thomas Sankincocke - Thu, 21 Dec 2017 23:38:37 EST xc7cF/x2 No.43490 Reply
The stuff with Sandman is cool and I heard the newest one fully explained the entire structure of the current DC multiverse, which has been needed for some time now.
Oliver Goodfuck - Fri, 22 Dec 2017 07:22:14 EST qUGqNh6Y No.43492 Reply
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I'll bite. Details? Love m some Sandy.
genophyte - Sat, 30 Dec 2017 14:48:36 EST SIdiSM32 No.43515 Reply

ended this month and i didnt even realize until today.
on chapter 98 and plan on just reading it as slowly as possible.

also picked up the DC young animal imprint.
really digging shade the changing girl right now
William Muggleson - Sat, 30 Dec 2017 19:13:53 EST oOhRnF72 No.43517 Reply
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>Batman: The War of Jokes and Riddles
I'm not even a casual reader of Batman, just heard that this was a really good arc from an NPR podcast. I found it too outlandish for my liking but the parts with kiteman were genuinely affecting, and i thought was the real strength and hilight of the arc, and probably the most emotional part of batman i've read (dark knight returns, Dark knight strikes again, the long halloween, arkham asylum, a serious house on serious earth. Anybody read it or have any opinions? Would like to know what regular readers think of it. Also any recommendations on The Killing Joke?
Thomas Bubberford - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 11:23:26 EST U4Zm9EN0 No.43518 Reply
oh dang I thought these sorts of places only existed for manga. Boomarked the fuck out of this thank you.
Thomas Bubberford - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 13:18:04 EST U4Zm9EN0 No.43519 Reply
>Attack on Titan 101
this is easily my favorite chapter of the series, and the most intense confrontation of the series. came out a week early too! I knew it would be hype as fuck after how 100 ended, but god damn. it was everything I like about a good attack on titan action arc condensed into a single epic chaotic 40 page chapter.

also one punch man has been incredible lately. that gigantic 140 page chapter about garou was amazing.

I'm sure they're gonna adapt the whole thing into an anime with the way the studio has talked, but god damn it's tempting to just read it all now. I think I'll still wait though.
genophyte - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 09:55:18 EST SIdiSM32 No.43524 Reply
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im at chapter 98.2 on mob, so far im just doing one section a day.

really liking this manga .

shade the changing girl was pretty satisfying .

plan on attempting a bunch of new gods stuff but sorting out the hot mess that is DC chronology is way more infuriating than marvel. i'll probably just give up and do fables or some obscure long running indie comic ive never read
[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Thu, 04 Jan 2018 03:28:02 EST g7CN2nKp No.43527 Reply
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I just had War of Jokes and Riddles arrive in the mail today. I've got Killing Joke and I found it was just good, but I know a lot of people rate it really highly. I wouldn't put it above Dark Knight Returns or Long Halloween.

Have you read Batman Noel? I'm thinking of picking that up next after seeing Bermejo's variant for All-Star Batman which was fucking beautiful.
James Hisslehetch - Thu, 04 Jan 2018 12:10:03 EST 0L0HXcTs No.43528 Reply
I read the untranslated scans.

Remains pretty good so far.
Rebecca Gonningkuck - Wed, 10 Jan 2018 08:41:31 EST qUGqNh6Y No.43551 Reply
If yer gonna copy, might as well copy Papa Franku.
Jarvis Happerfon - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 14:07:55 EST AxVS8Pp/ No.43563 Reply
catching up on some comics, here's some highlights as I go

>Dr Strange
The current arc is called Loki: Sorceror Supreme, if that tells you anything. The first few issues are very good. There was some temp writer in between Jason Aarons run and this one, so just jump in at the Loki arc if your looking to get with current Strange stories.

>Astonishing X-Men
Xavier is back, but seems very suspicious. I hope it's actually Ultimate Xavier, that dude was a fucking creepo.

>The Walking Dead
weird new arc rolling into town. The end of the most recent issue was a real gut-punch but maybe in good ways for once

>Deadly Class
ending on fucking insane moments before a 4 month hiatus = not cool

>Avengers: No Surrender
So far, so boring

This post was edited by stevens on 17-01-2018 15:25:06
John Blucklefield - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 15:28:52 EST h2nzOfR+ No.43567 Reply
sorry bro, people die, people come back, its been like 6 months since this series started and brought him back. If you missed Marvel Legacy Wolverine is also alive again and the Fantastic Four kids are also back in the main universe again. Guardians Of The Galaxy also brought back Adam Warlock. There's also a new comic coming out called Phoenix Ressurection, not gonna post spoilers but a main charcter is coming back, you can probably just assume. I have no clue what of these still count as big spoilers so I'll try to follow the C-higgy model in future and just hide it all
Shitting Senningshit - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 16:09:47 EST FXSvInVO No.43583 Reply
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anyone reading DC's Wild Storm? I guess its a reboot of some old comic I never read, but it is very fucking cool. It's psychedelic as fuck, very Doom Patrol-y. Warren Ellis is the writer and killing it. Rather than superhero battles, its about alien wars and psychic powers. Still lots of action and hyperviolence to go along with the mind bendy druggie stuff.

There's also a spin-off title called Wild Storm: Michael Cray that has one of the characters killing alt-reality versions of the Justice League, only the JL members are given scientific powers instead of magical capeshit ones (Barry Allen is fast with a combo of technology and amphetamines, Green Arrow is a hunter of humans who drags victims to his private island to go longbow hunting, and Aquaman is a a dude who experimented with his DNA and lives like a fucking loch monster eating swimmers)
Angus Blatherforth - Thu, 01 Mar 2018 08:41:44 EST s9ofbBCr No.43596 Reply
Been reading Tenjou Tenge after wqtching the anime, and i'm glad that the shit didn't got a 2nd season.
Very fucking horrible ending! In the end nothing made sense, and Oh Great is a fucking faggot.
Shitting Hirryfodging - Thu, 01 Mar 2018 09:59:27 EST 40EdjuFJ No.43597 Reply
Geat Oh was always a fucking faggot, so don't even waste your time on reading his trash manga.
Martha Sebbleridge - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 15:08:59 EST tkm5lfon No.43619 Reply
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I enjoyed the "Scott & Barda having a baby" story more than any of the actual cape stuff released lately.

M.E.T.A.L. and that milk-themed crossover storyline of Young Animal really turned me off of DC. There's just zero value in getting attached to a character any more, it's all just pretty puppets dancing on paper now.
genophyte - Sun, 08 Apr 2018 07:59:59 EST CBlH2uY1 No.43655 Reply
shade the changing girl was decent though.

young animal and vertigo are the only close DC imprints i didnt give up years ago so ive no idea what DC is like now
Eliza Clibblebone - Fri, 20 Apr 2018 14:21:57 EST kFne/I9r No.43671 Reply
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Any fans of the show Legion who miss when X-Men comics got trippy and weird should check out the new Astonishing X-Men run from Charles Soule. It doesn't have the Legion character, but opens with a mind-bending Shadow King story and its second arc is about Proteus is just as psychedelic as the first.
Samuel Channernure - Fri, 20 Apr 2018 15:14:58 EST tkm5lfon No.43672 Reply
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The Milk Wars issue of Shade/Wonder Woman was just fetish porn though, pity because the Shade series is otherwise a good read indeed.

Out of sheer curiosity (and because I'm a filthy stoner) I went and read the two currently released issues of Gingerdead Man Meets Evil Bong. It's cheesier and edgier than a bag of Doritos.
Thomas Pickhall - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 06:47:09 EST wbtRO3ei No.43679 Reply
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The Dark Knight 3: The Master Race

I really enjoyed this one, kinda insane and stupid at times but still lots of fun.
Snack Widow - Tue, 01 May 2018 04:15:13 EST TisKi/f8 No.43686 Reply
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Reading Fires of Askell and Black Widow from 2011!


Never read Black Widow before,
now I must say I missed out!
Great artist and interesting plot!
Lillian Bardcocke - Fri, 04 May 2018 07:30:10 EST Wgew8T2M No.43688 Reply
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Just started reading The Invisibles, written by Grant Morrison. So far, so good.
Frederick Debberbury - Tue, 15 May 2018 21:03:44 EST kIN+roDU No.43704 Reply
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Such a great series. Was utterly obsessed with it in high school. Bought the massive hardcover, thing must be almost 15 pounds it's brutal trying to read it on your lap.

Reading Godzilla Rulers of the Earth right now. Actually pretty decent they did it right and filled like 2/3s of every issue with monster fights. Basically Godzilla is traveling around the world beating the shit out of every monster he's ever faced just cause. Kind of like what Final Wars was but more kaiju.

Unrelated but trying to remember the name of a kaiju comic if anyone could help. I believe it might have been small press but basically it was about this Hellboy kind of looking dude with a sword that went around beating the shit out of Kaiju. It was either a limited series or a standalone GN. I've tried googling what I remember but nothing so far...

PPS why aren't we allowed to upload issues like /m/ is allowed to upload songs?
Edwin Sacklewedge - Thu, 17 May 2018 07:17:18 EST wbtRO3ei No.43709 Reply
>why aren't we allowed to upload issues like /m/ is allowed to upload songs?

Nobody is stopping you and there's no explicit rules for this board.
Should be fine if you keep it reasonable I guess (a.k.a. don't upload hundreds of issues)
William Carlos William Carlos Williams - Sun, 20 May 2018 19:12:44 EST pRSngKTM No.43713 Reply
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Promethea by Alan Moore
Eliza Tillingshaw - Tue, 22 May 2018 09:00:13 EST qUGqNh6Y No.43714 Reply
I've tried starting twice and flaked twice. Feel like I'm going in with the wrong mindset. What's the intended appeal? Is it not meant to be read as a straight-forward story at all? Is it meant to be an introduction to legit magic lore? I have one issue downloaded & in my to-read pile because I heard it deals with the mystic implications & fantasy applications of The Kabbalah.
Samuel Pabbletark - Wed, 23 May 2018 04:55:08 EST XIWNydXc No.43718 Reply
I've always liked Moore's take on capes. Even without the deconstruction of Watchmen; he targets that between era perfectly. Like the stuff between golden age and silver age, etc. I just read Judgement Day, his Youngblood event from 1997. It was a great story despite the fact that I knew nothing about Youngblood or any Image superhero comics of that time.

So you know how characters like Deadpool, She-Hulk, and others break the fourth wall as a gag? Alan Moore does that with stories. He gets very meta in the reader/writer relationship and layers of storytelling. He slaps his dick against your imagination and you just take it.

If that doesn't work... do more drugs.
Hannah Dartbury - Sat, 26 May 2018 18:55:10 EST WAlC3TjC No.43726 Reply
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I'll read anything by Rick Remender, but this was really good. Can't wait to see where it goes.
Prince Valiant - Sun, 27 May 2018 04:00:50 EST X0r6zGWM No.43728 Reply
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Dark Souls Age of Fire.

pretty satisfied and flashed by the artstyle.

Good way to experience the lore,
since the games just suck imo
but I allways wanted to see more of the world.
Phineas Gubblewill - Mon, 28 May 2018 07:19:50 EST pKCoIPMY No.43729 Reply
Thanks for heads up, I folow/love Remender's work. Although his recent Seven To Eternity was the first one I disliked and had to drop, it's too boring and long/dense per issue like a fantasy novel but all about characters I don't care about.
Jack Chemmlefuck - Tue, 29 May 2018 01:41:25 EST udqn4O4y No.43731 Reply
That is the one THANK YOU. Thought it was small press prolly why I couldn't locate it.
[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Fri, 01 Jun 2018 11:27:44 EST tfYEu8KZ No.43732 Reply
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Years of the Elephant
Polly Cinkinlock - Mon, 04 Jun 2018 06:17:08 EST PJXKsNpI No.43737 Reply
he's not a pedo. he just shit posts on /nom/ and everyone calls him a pedo. He used to post all the podcasts on /wooo/ which was cool
Wesley Buzzhood - Sat, 16 Jun 2018 06:11:24 EST 0F3Yq1fL No.43751 Reply
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I liked this, the art for Glory is really good and gives her a ton more character than the plot/script
Fuck Buzzshaw - Sat, 16 Jun 2018 23:24:03 EST fOQoNmik No.43753 Reply
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Reading Sandman on 6/16
Wesley Funnerwat - Sat, 30 Jun 2018 10:46:55 EST N3S9OWBL No.43759 Reply
Bendis's first Superman story is Super Boring
Beatrice Hammlestone - Wed, 04 Jul 2018 08:26:36 EST tLYWVbcc No.43760 Reply
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yall need to be reading this, its fucking bonkers.
Wesley Suggledudge - Wed, 04 Jul 2018 17:14:21 EST qUGqNh6Y No.43761 Reply
...That sure has some interesting implications.
Who's writing?
Phyllis Tillingcocke - Wed, 04 Jul 2018 19:14:02 EST oam1W0J2 No.43762 Reply
Some guy named Donny Cates, I never heard of him until now.

Basically, this book is an alt-reality Frank Castle who has a crazy-ass backstory of being Thanos's minion who then dies, goes to Valhalla, and is given the powers of Cosmic Ghost Rider by Odin so he can basically go be the Punisher of space.
Clara Dogglefield - Sat, 21 Jul 2018 04:40:20 EST FyqGaGp7 No.43788 Reply
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tower of god

no really this shit is fire atm famalam.
it's good. this shit is 'git gud: the manga' or 'manwha' however you want to spell it out.
Cedric Summerchare - Sun, 22 Jul 2018 23:34:20 EST FyqGaGp7 No.43790 Reply
checking my own ID to see if i posted this. (can't remember saturday.)
Sidney Billingworth - Wed, 01 Aug 2018 04:03:34 EST FyqGaGp7 No.43808 Reply
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doro-he-doro. goddamn makes me sad knowing nothing will ever do exactly what this series has done so far. it's so, like, rich in content and sheer madness.

i was drunk me for most of that week. drunk me is cool but i can never remember what i do when i'm him.
Phyllis Grimforth - Sun, 12 Aug 2018 04:00:43 EST FyqGaGp7 No.43824 Reply
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...finished soil, finally. the ending seems to make sense despite the mindfuckery.
also this board still a dead. yall need to read more stuff and post more about it.
Albert Billingfoot - Sun, 12 Aug 2018 08:47:07 EST X4wKUME/ No.43825 Reply
For Marvel, Dan Slott took over Fantastic Four and Iron Man, those are fuckin boring reads. Nick Spencer is doing Spiderman, which also sucks. Marvel, hire writers who arent cockguzzling dbags.
William Guvingdock - Tue, 14 Aug 2018 04:28:04 EST FyqGaGp7 No.43826 Reply
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ajin had a new chapter up on all the usual suspects. good shit.
Ruckle Drums - Sat, 15 Sep 2018 05:34:35 EST ZWkHn5SL No.43870 Reply
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Can't stop reading the Golden Compass!

Damn exciting so far!

(wonder if they put the sex-scenes in?)
Charlotte Himblewun - Tue, 18 Sep 2018 06:42:32 EST cSh4z1Mu No.43871 Reply
Oooo. Didn't know this was a thing. Thanks for the heads up.

...FFS are Subtle Knife & Amber Spyglass GN's gonna depend on the sales of this one? Is it gonna be the movie blueballing all over again?
genophyte - Sat, 22 Sep 2018 07:08:53 EST IJr43AJt No.43877 Reply
new made in the abyss
holy shit actual backstory

decided to read all of marvel's ROM the space knight.

up next finally getting to chaos comics backlog of lady death universe and connected titles aside from evil ernie
Sidney Boppermodge - Mon, 24 Sep 2018 23:53:53 EST gAzf8HMX No.43880 Reply
What do you think of IDW's Rom in comparison?
Nell Gallerfield - Thu, 27 Sep 2018 08:31:49 EST cSh4z1Mu No.43882 Reply
>decided to read all of marvel's ROM the space knight.
That's one of those "maybe someday" titles for me. I love Rick Jones but the fact they literally can't talk about it anymore makes the time-investment seem frivolous.

I thumbed through some of Infinity recently and apparently they blew up the entire Space Knight planet? Felt like Marvel's way of pretending they were never a thing.
Martha Chapperbanks - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 00:18:06 EST FyqGaGp7 No.43884 Reply
i need this in my life.
...also the books were age-appropriately vague about the sex part, it was pretty tasteful and fit the coming-of-age theme. also was the critical plot point of the last book. it SHOULD squeak by the editors but i can totally see it getting neutered.

>Is it gonna be the movie blueballing all over again?
god i hope not. the money riding on a graphic novel should be low enough that they don't need to be hyper-paranoid about financial risk.
Boco !sCZ24qY6KY - Tue, 02 Oct 2018 03:43:47 EST 3FzuVPhc No.43885 Reply
reminder homestuck is the greatest webcomic of all time
Priscilla Fushbanks - Thu, 25 Oct 2018 15:19:31 EST tkm5lfon No.43929 Reply
God damn it Boco are you TRYING to kill this thread? Go jerk off to Morrigan or something, sheesh! Lay off the poor beavers, will ya?

As for bumping material:
>Raven: Daughter of Darkness just proves that Marv Wolfman is still an unimaginative pedophile who writes the same shitty drivel each issue. There's NO progress whatsoever, and Baron Winters might just be the most annoying fucking character ever. Pretty sure it's another Wolfman self-insert.
>Titans is no better, and it just proves DC's 'cross-comic events' these days are just the same Earth-gets-invaded plot over and over and over and over. Also, power-level difficulties out of the wazoo.
>The Batman issue was just one issue-wide conversation with Two-Face but at least there's a decent team-up now
>Sentry was actually cool, especially the cross-dimensional punch. Tony's a fucking hypocrite though, what a cunt.
>Moon Girl wasn't an enjoyable read, felt like drudging through the same problems she always has.
>Justice League Dark is just...what. Why the fuck is DC trying to run multiple events through each other? Fuck canon, right?
That one nutcase writer was right. Comics really are just SFW porn sometimes. A shitty plot and some cheesecake/beefcake to get off to and write shitty porn about.
Phineas Saggleway - Sat, 27 Oct 2018 08:03:31 EST DR8L1a2X No.43930 Reply
I heard they showed Batman's cock recently so I should probably get caught up.
James Paffingnock - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 03:13:53 EST slhrVFZJ No.43931 Reply
Spoiler alert: It’s unimpressive and most likely the reason Selina didn’t marry him.
George Duckhood - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 05:25:44 EST Zg1Ed02+ No.43932 Reply
lmfao that Tom King acted like he would bring fresh concepts to Batman, then just rehashed Snyder and everyone else's storyline of Batman getting engaged and it failing spectacularly. Total hack. I thought they were going to move him into Superman territory with Lois and Jon as regular family members now. ALtho Bendis kinda shit on that one too. Fucking DC.
Alice Buzzwill - Sat, 03 Nov 2018 22:38:30 EST 0FmV8+Bz No.43937 Reply
what are the things on the side of Mituna's helmet for?
Esther Wengerfuck - Sun, 26 May 2019 13:59:29 EST V0N7gO/m No.44041 Reply
just caught up on The Walking Dead, shit is getting wild. RIP Dwight, maybe Rick too
Sophie Coshspear - Wed, 29 May 2019 12:00:11 EST tkm5lfon No.44042 Reply
So Heroes In Crisis has been a spectacular shit fest. Maybe DC shouldn't let pussies like King write their mental boo-boos onto established characters.
Basil Brinnerbury - Sun, 02 Jun 2019 05:39:51 EST BxJXMXAc No.44043 Reply
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not Reading, but ordered after seeing two previews.

Not sure what to expect to be honest,
but I'll post when it arrives.
Cornelius Blerringford - Tue, 11 Jun 2019 15:51:09 EST eOdUBrbh No.44051 Reply
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>The Walking Dead 192
holy god damn feels, batman
Charles Febblenutch - Tue, 11 Jun 2019 21:45:45 EST z4Mok9NR No.44052 Reply
glad it was some random shit out of nowhere, was not expecting that.
Isabella Paggledale - Wed, 12 Jun 2019 07:02:01 EST wbtRO3ei No.44054 Reply
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Reading some of the new Detective Comics. One of the issues starts with a flashback to the time Tim Drake found Batman and they redrew a page or two of the actual comic.
Funny thing is I actually owned that comic as a kid, it was one of the like 4 comic books I owned that my dad bought me at random.
Phyllis Hammerworth - Wed, 12 Jun 2019 13:38:12 EST tkm5lfon No.44055 Reply
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>TFW you have super-speed but haven't figured out this whole 'plucking bullets out of the air' thing yet
Thomas Capperville - Thu, 13 Jun 2019 07:02:21 EST wbtRO3ei No.44056 Reply
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What a chump, even Spiderman could do it
Lydia Hemmlehood - Thu, 13 Jun 2019 15:35:05 EST tkm5lfon No.44057 Reply
>That picture
That's just his Wolverine impression.
Edward Pickforth - Mon, 01 Jul 2019 01:55:19 EST WrSHm2OK No.44075 Reply
>Alfred having a big secret

So DID we ever find out what Alfred's big secret was?
Molly Hozzleham - Thu, 04 Jul 2019 08:21:32 EST NVMUjK+E No.44080 Reply
>That new Raven ‘solo’ (they’re doing one for each Titan and they have a shared plot)
I was hoping it’d be an original take on a worn out character concept. Instead we get the same fucking bullshit again.
>Trigon rape baby backstory
>Deathstroke as his ex-wife’s errand boy
>New romantic interest turns out to be Slade’s little spy
Basil Debblebanks - Wed, 10 Jul 2019 13:19:21 EST tkm5lfon No.44084 Reply
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Batman losing his shit might be the funniest thing ever.
Beatrice Gunnershaw - Mon, 29 Jul 2019 04:55:26 EST wbtRO3ei No.44096 Reply
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>The World's Greatest Super-Heroes

Picked this up last weekend, pretty amazing stuff. It's too bad Alex Ross hasn't done more books, apparently he mostly does cover art because his art style takes a lot of time.
Ebenezer Crennerfoot - Mon, 05 Aug 2019 15:34:58 EST tkm5lfon No.44104 Reply
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Shit looks cute, think I'll get a copy.
Isabella Brookcocke - Fri, 09 Aug 2019 11:19:49 EST ZTQsjDZy No.44106 Reply
Are there any other websites similar to this? It'll be great to read such a great introspection about other comic series and characters like this one.
Alice Tootcocke - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 04:44:00 EST 5TniVY3o No.44107 Reply
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Just read Batma: War games, and jess christ black mask might be the most retarded villain of all time. He tourtures spoiler until she's willing to spill every secret she knows, but instead of asking her who batman is, he only asks who batman's inside man in the gang is. Not to mention he gets the drop on her, almost kills her, then let's her go. Was pointless. good series tho. Shame Steph doesn't get as much recognition for dying like Jason todd does. I know she was robin for all of 10 minutes, but I've never really seen batman haunted by her death quite like some of the others get him. Or does she come back to life and I just haven't gotten that far?

Also read a couple good penguin comics. Honestly never realized how fucked up cobble pot could be
Nigel Hendlegold - Wed, 14 Aug 2019 11:50:32 EST tkm5lfon No.44109 Reply
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I'm loving the current Hulk run. It's like Bruce Banner inherited the legendary Parker luck, along with his multiple personality disorder (or something like it, not a psych expert here) to boot.
Henry Gucklewater - Thu, 15 Aug 2019 00:10:58 EST JzQzs57u No.44110 Reply
Currently binge reading The Boys, as the TV show is out and I've heard good things. I'm really enjoying it so far. It occasionally gets a little "lol so edgy" but when it shines it shines brightly.

After this I will either read Preacher or The Invisibles.
Basil Smallfield - Thu, 15 Aug 2019 13:48:15 EST tkm5lfon No.44111 Reply
I think Preacher is a better choice if The Boys doesn't tire you out, The Invisibles is a bit Morrison-y. He's not a bad writer, but the guy can get preachy and magick-y and The Invisibles was a clear example of that.
Simon Fommernore - Thu, 15 Aug 2019 20:54:02 EST M4LdiTo/ No.44112 Reply
To be fair, I like that about Morrison so I guess the Invisibles is the best bet for me. I also have Swamp Thing and League of Extraordinary Gentlemen on my backlog so I may give them a read.
Sidney Ciffingchere - Fri, 16 Aug 2019 05:40:06 EST F104vHsd No.44113 Reply
Not the same guy, but I love Morrison and I love "weird" media, but somehow Invisibles was trying so hard to be out-there that I couldn't enjoy it. It's the one Morrison series I started but never finished. His current Green Lantern run is kicking ass, though.
Lillian Fonkinchack - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 03:31:12 EST tkm5lfon No.44116 Reply
Right? I absolutely loved Multiversity, but the Invisibles felt like he laid it on a bit thick. He also wrote a thing on something called 'Pop Magic', it's a nice view into his way of thinking back then. Dude was way into the whole 'I'm a modern wizard' thing.

Fun fact, the bald fuck also features as a villain in a few of My Chemical Romance's music videos. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egG7fiE89IU
Eliza Curryham - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 14:02:43 EST TN9P4Jaa No.44117 Reply
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Six issues mini series about three dogs trying to stay alive in a Crossed-like post apocalyptic setting.

Worth it.
Fanny Pundlechut - Fri, 23 Aug 2019 17:29:53 EST EWQpCVIm No.44120 Reply
House/Powers Of X are so fucking good. I haven't enjoyed Wednesday's this much in years.

Yep, that was a good'n.
Hedda Purringlock - Fri, 23 Aug 2019 22:06:53 EST vjTxv8J0 No.44121 Reply
I ended up starting The Invisibles and I'm really enjoying it so far. It is filled with magical references but I can dig it.
Beatrice Simbledad - Thu, 12 Sep 2019 02:15:59 EST NVMUjK+E No.44127 Reply
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I feel sexually abused by this issue. I’m going to cry and fap now.

(She’s 19, it’s okay.)
Clara Grandwell - Thu, 12 Sep 2019 14:28:14 EST SSDM/I5i No.44128 Reply
I miss the old artist, her antics went from cute to cringe with this art style.
Barnaby Sashfudge - Fri, 13 Sep 2019 01:07:35 EST tkm5lfon No.44129 Reply
One panel of that issue actually has her saying "Gurihiru art or nah, you'd still hit it.", so they're really targeting the horny fans.
Caroline Fannernut - Wed, 18 Sep 2019 13:02:26 EST tkm5lfon No.44138 Reply
The only decent thing Marvel is running right now would be the horror-esque Hulk run. For the rest it's 'quirky' Gwenpool and Ms. Marvel, their latest totally-not-a-zombie event with Carnage as main villain oh and the mutants have finally grown a spine and built their own nation. I guess that's sort of neat, if you like politics and boring worldbuilding/lore texttexttext instead of a comic.
Polly Publingshit - Sun, 20 Oct 2019 01:38:01 EST 2A6ROJSI No.44166 Reply

get the dude that drew excel saga and some ludes and we in business
Jarvis Clayman - Sun, 20 Oct 2019 08:01:12 EST SSDM/I5i No.44167 Reply
>mutants have finally grown a spine and built their own nation. I guess that's sort of neat, if you like politics and boring worldbuilding/lore texttexttext instead of a comic
Hopefully now that the opening "event" is over, it will get into real stories instead of a super-long infodump. House/Powers Of X got all the worldbuilding out of the way, now it's time for epic stories to occur in the world it built.

Anyway, got caught up on some capeshit comics this weekend.
Spencer's Spiderman is horrible.
Bendis is already out of ideas for Superman.
Tom King can't leave Batman fast enough.
Doomsday Clock and The Last Knight On Earth both have great set-ups and hopefully will deliver awesome final issues this winter.
I'm not fully caught up on Green Lantern but Morrison seems to be having a blast making it.
Jason Aaron's Avengers run isn't living up to my expectations, Aaron books used to be my favorites.
Dan Slott has made both Fantastic 4 and Iron Man painfully dull.
Edwin Pockfield - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 04:56:12 EST NVMUjK+E No.44181 Reply
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>Wha-No you idi-
>Okay, fuck you.
Henry Bollerbut - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 09:59:24 EST wbtRO3ei No.44182 Reply
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I recently found out this is an actual thing
Beatrice Porrychag - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 13:05:54 EST tkm5lfon No.44183 Reply
The sequel has Sanders wanting to expand into space with the help of Green Lantern. Also:
>Colonel Sanders dating sim on Steam
Beatrice Porrychag - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 17:11:14 EST tkm5lfon No.44185 Reply
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THAT'S NOT ALL, FOLKS! Wendy's released their own tabletop RPG book at NYCC.
Frederick Seckleshaw - Tue, 19 Nov 2019 11:57:13 EST h9gWAXIV No.44190 Reply
Picked up a copy of Batman: Damned.
Can't wait to see Bruce's schlong
Hannah Cromblestane - Tue, 19 Nov 2019 15:31:11 EST tkm5lfon No.44191 Reply
Not a personal attack but everything about your post just sounds awful.
Jenny Summerham - Fri, 22 Nov 2019 20:25:56 EST SSDM/I5i No.44196 Reply
prude. We should care about seeing every superhero's dick.
Archie Pagglechag - Sat, 23 Nov 2019 04:12:11 EST tkm5lfon No.44198 Reply
Nell Callyhit - Fri, 13 Dec 2019 16:40:24 EST FDdOwjMk No.44219 Reply
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>Superman/Batman Absolute Power

This is an insane story, it's somewhat cannon I guess, but it's best to just consider it an elsewords story. The reason I love it is because of the awesome oneliners by Superman and Batman. They're out of character sure, but it makes for an incredibly fun story.
Sidney Bleshford - Wed, 18 Dec 2019 12:00:10 EST tkm5lfon No.44222 Reply
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I just want Wally to be happy again.
Edward Greendale - Fri, 20 Dec 2019 06:22:32 EST SSDM/I5i No.44223 Reply
Hickman's new X-Men books inspired me to take a deep dive of old X-men books. Going through old Claremont stuff, some I'd read years ago like Dark Phoenix saga, others are new to me like New Mutants. Fun times.

I like Wally but I'm not a fan of Lobdell's writing style so I've just been flipping through the pages without actually reading them just to get the gist of where Wally's currently at. Hopefully he eventually gets an ongoing with a talented writer eventually like a Tom Taylor.
Edward Greendale - Fri, 20 Dec 2019 12:01:52 EST SSDM/I5i No.44224 Reply
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I guess I can fuck with this.
Hedda Herryfuck - Fri, 20 Dec 2019 12:39:45 EST tkm5lfon No.44225 Reply
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I'd fuck Gwen in a bee costume, even with the crazy eyes.
Sidney Climbleway - Mon, 30 Dec 2019 18:47:36 EST 4/WPZTzt No.44238 Reply
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Cyril Sankinshit - Fri, 03 Jan 2020 12:35:06 EST FDdOwjMk No.44239 Reply
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Pleasantly surprised by the new Justice League Dark. It's pretty much straight up horror with some typical superhero stuff mixed in. Not really scary but there's plenty of body horror and some nods to old school horror comics.
Ian Fattingfoot - Sat, 04 Jan 2020 19:43:22 EST VqUiE/zp No.44240 Reply
Is there a particular arc you're liking? I read the first 2 issues but it had far too much Wonder Woman for my taste and kept referencing some event I didn't read. But I'd be willing to give it another shot. I enjoyed new 52 JLD for the most part.
Clara Fankintire - Mon, 06 Jan 2020 07:11:25 EST wbtRO3ei No.44241 Reply
I just read the first volume in one go because I can hardly get single issues, but I can understand not liking how it starts because it's a bit of a slow burn.
I don't care too much for Wonder Woman myself but the rest of the team is great and they get their chance in the spotlight.

If anything just get issue 7 which is about Man-bat retelling encounters with the different monsters that are encountered after the big bad has emerged. It's done in the style of Tales from the Crypt with some lovecraft mixed in.
Edward Gallyhood - Mon, 06 Jan 2020 19:22:06 EST SSDM/I5i No.44242 Reply
I tried that series because I love the magical side of DC, but Tynion's writing style is unbearable to me. Sucks he got the Batman gig.
Cornelius Cadgeput - Fri, 10 Jan 2020 06:16:31 EST SSDM/I5i No.44246 Reply
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Just read Alan Moore's run of Captain Britain where a british-joker named Jim Jaspers causes all sorts of mayhem. If only all capeshit could be this entertaining.

Also read the original Secret Wars event. I can see how it was a game-changing story and all but holy crap, is it long/bloated. Also I read all the original Adam Warlock comics that lead into the first Infinity War, now time to read the big event!
Shit Chiddledid - Sat, 18 Jan 2020 08:40:44 EST SSDM/I5i No.44264 Reply
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still reading through Claremont era X-Men and got to this, er, awkward exchange. Jesus Christ, Kitty. This isn't even the first N-bomb she's dropped lol. Ah, the 80s!
Martha Crundlechitch - Wed, 04 Mar 2020 04:54:11 EST wbtRO3ei No.44305 Reply
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That's too bad, I still want to share this awesome page though.
Shitting Nangerhood - Mon, 09 Mar 2020 14:14:13 EST FDdOwjMk No.44307 Reply
Just finished Tom King's Mister Miracle, man what a great read. I want to recommend it but it's probably not for everyone.
Beatrice Buzzbanks - Tue, 10 Mar 2020 16:11:56 EST aLInU/xl No.44308 Reply
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Finally read a Hellboy comic.
People told me it's a better alternative to watching the 2019 movie, so I dunno.
It's pretty good. A bit thematically intense and aesthetically stale, despite the attention to detail, for my tastes. But it's as good, intricate, and actiony as the Del Toro films it was based on. 7.5/10.
Basil Grimford - Wed, 11 Mar 2020 10:23:38 EST wbtRO3ei No.44309 Reply
>aesthetically stale

This is why I never bothered with Hellboy. The art is still great but when I flip through a book it just doesn't evoke any excitement.

Maybe I'll try it anyway, I've read and enjoyed books with much worse art and I've been trying to collect more non-superhero comics anyway.
I'm guessing volume 1 is a decent starting point?
Jack Drellercocke - Wed, 11 Mar 2020 10:39:47 EST aLInU/xl No.44310 Reply
It was probably fresher in the 90s, which was the second blandest decade short of the 2000s anyway. I think my having watched the same 2 adaptations contributed to the overall disenchantment.

Probably, this was the only one I read and I'm not sure if there's a starting point any well-known fan would recommend (probably due to some outright saying the last comic, "Hellboy in Hell", was like the diet Game of thrones/Sopranos ending in terms of how rushed and ham-fisted it felt).
James Chushstock - Fri, 17 Jul 2020 08:41:44 EST ytVJx/Ew No.44610 Reply
I'm reading Ex Machina for the first time. I was pretty young during the time-frame the book takes place, so it's interesting seeing the politics of that era. It's cool seeing the progress we've made in certain areas, while some issues the book touches on are still relevant today. Some of the dialogue is dated and cringy though. Can definitely tell BKV has never smoked "420" in his life. Worth a read though.
Priscilla Nandlestone - Thu, 23 Jul 2020 09:15:14 EST wbtRO3ei No.44624 Reply
Annihilator by Gran Morrison
Boy what a wild ride that was. Really enjoyable but the story kind of falls apart at the end because there's just too much stuff happening at once.
A lot of elements in the book remind me of the movie 'The Fountain', except meth.

This is the reason I decided not to get into Ex Machina. I'll probably still get it if I ever find it for dirt cheap or something
Eliza Ginkinwut - Sun, 24 Jan 2021 00:10:37 EST HT9XfznB No.45206 Reply
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Fanny Sundlehall - Mon, 21 Jun 2021 17:18:19 EST uKhEL1wd No.45314 Reply
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"The Whales Dream" and "the protectors of the light" .
such perfect and wholesome comics.
Phyllis Cuckleshaw - Tue, 22 Jun 2021 20:40:53 EST czq4ycs6 No.45316 Reply
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That's just Antagony from frisky dingo
User is currently banned from all boards
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 09 May 2022 11:06:24 EST lngOfrnn No.45396 Reply
Trying to read The Orville comics before season 3 premieres.

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