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    I appreciate the passion and it's well said....

    I appreciate the passion and it's well said. Unfortunately, I don't think it bears up to scrutiny very often. The idea of character growth is indeed a great ideal and one that great comics ought...
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    I have to side, roughly, with the positions...

    I have to side, roughly, with the positions espoused here by Slam and MRP.

    The only way I'll bother with a comic is if it's a good comic. It always has to be quality over quantity for me. I'll...
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    I wish I could recall the specific examples, but...

    I wish I could recall the specific examples, but in those 70's reprints there was more than one occasion in which Marvel anachronistically inserted references to S.H.I.E.L.D. and Hydra in some of...
  4. Anyone interested in the long, storied and...

    Anyone interested in the long, storied and glorious career, and art (lots of great art) of Russ Heath should pick up a copy of Comic Book Creator #4. CBC is the latest, and I think most interesting,...
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    Anyone who wants a taste of what a fine artist...

    Anyone who wants a taste of what a fine artist Fred Kida was should take a look at the recently published Complete Golden Age Airboy and Valkyrie by Canton Street Press. This is a modest little book,...
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    I have that issue, but am lazy to check right now...

    I have that issue, but am lazy to check right now on that Conrad image. I was completely assuming that it was meant to be Conan. I am in all likelihood wrong. Hopefully I am!

    No doubt about your...
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    That's happened to me as well. I have stopped...

    That's happened to me as well. I have stopped buying classic comics because, well, I have enough. I still love comics, but I feel myself needing to move on from them a bit. You've been around longer...
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    I like Conrad's "Smith-like" Conan. But he is...

    I like Conrad's "Smith-like" Conan. But he is after all no where near as good looking BW's own. Kind of ugly. I belabour this point at times, but Howard does give you the distinct impression that...
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    I think the giant idea is fair, if not provably...

    I think the giant idea is fair, if not provably correct.

    On the one hand there is no reason to attribute gigantism to the Hyperboreans, since they are derivative of the same migrating tribes as...
  10. Dark Horse is set to release a new edition ...

    Dark Horse is set to release a new edition of this work collecting the whole thing in one edition. I think it is being done in concert with PCR so some revisions or new commentary might be expected.
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    1. Original Skittles 2. Maxfield Parish. 3. Old...

    1. Original Skittles
    2. Maxfield Parish.
    3. Old Spice
    4. Hoarfrost
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    That's what it looks like, doesn't it? It...

    That's what it looks like, doesn't it?

    It doesn't look to far removed from some early Broderick art I've seen in "Deadly Hands of Kung-Fu" and other places. But look at that blood and hair on...
  13. That would be sweet. Although I think New Gods in...

    That would be sweet. Although I think New Gods in particular by his buddy Druillet would be even more spectacular visually, Moebius though is certainly the superior storyteller.
  14. Steranko does Black Widow Kirby does Conan (we...

    Steranko does Black Widow

    Kirby does Conan (we just got that Gian Size cover)

    Kubert does Conan

    Windsor-Smith does Thor/Asgard
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    And that's the gospel truth, although I recognize...

    And that's the gospel truth, although I recognize it's hard for some make that leap.

    See Ernie Bushmiller, whose strip work is so spare and brilliant its like storytelling with iconography, an art...
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    Giving nods to those artists who most...

    Giving nods to those artists who most revolutionized the way comic books are drawn:

    Kirby
    Crumb
    Eisner
    Barks

    Based on all the other answers I'm not saying anything revolutionary myself here,...
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    It's true that Frazetta has taken on a bit of a...

    It's true that Frazetta has taken on a bit of a generic look, or perhaps it's truer to say, as you suggest, that those who followed and with varying degrees imitatation, have all all helped complete...
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    I just finished the last chapter of this long...

    I just finished the last chapter of this long saga and I'll have to say it again... I really am conflicted about the whole business. I think the thing (whatever it was) was beautifully written and...
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    I think you nailed it here RR in regards a...

    I think you nailed it here RR in regards a problem with Bruce Jones, and perhaps a weakness inherent in a larger community of fantasy writers/artists when it comes to interpretations of Conan.

    I...
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    Planet Comics is currently, and slowly, being...

    Planet Comics is currently, and slowly, being reprinted by PS Artbooks of UK if you wanted something in a more traditional format. The reproduction is very good, providing you like scan from original...
  21. There was a temporary physical location ...

    There was a temporary physical location set up near Jack's old stomping grounds in the Lower East Side late last year.

    As Rob mentions a permanent location is in the works, funding permitting. I...
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    I've sadly found myself with less time for for ye...

    I've sadly found myself with less time for for ye olde forums lately, and maybe have even withdrawn from the funny books a bit, but damned if I'll miss the opportunity to wish you a big ole Happy...
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    I'd only partially agree, confining your reading...

    I'd only partially agree, confining your reading to the historical fictions of REH.

    But the world of Hyboria, the world of Howard's Conan, was a brilliant pastiche anachronism of times and ages....
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    Yeah, the Kaluta stuff is pretty sweet,...

    Yeah, the Kaluta stuff is pretty sweet, especially given the relative rarity of the treat of seeing MWK on interiors of a series, albeit a backup (his Frankenstein work in a similar position in the...
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    The Willows (wonderful story!) was not written by...

    The Willows (wonderful story!) was not written by Machen, but by contemporary devotee of the weird and supernatural the great Algernon Blackwood. Their works once often appeared together in...
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