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  1. Great post. There are few mediums that allow for...

    Great post. There are few mediums that allow for such wild creativity as comics. Yet certain fans, by and large superhero fans, want no change whatsoever, just "good old superhero stories". Guess...
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    Thanks. Man, #24 was a crazy cliffhanger. There...

    Thanks. Man, #24 was a crazy cliffhanger. There are a lot of unanswered questions about the DEO and Bones and I hope Andreyko delves into these guys some more. I like the mysterious, conspiratorial...
  3. I liked this part of the article: "In terms of...

    I liked this part of the article:

    "In terms of tone, Seeley describes Grayson as a "world-hopping" action comic, and King wants every issue to feel like a TV episode of Mad Men or Breaking Bad in...
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    I'm enjoying the new team so far. I like the...

    I'm enjoying the new team so far. I like the focused stories and the humour. I do miss the old art and particularly the layouts.

    When does the annual come out that wraps up the Bones/Batman...
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    Alan Moore has basically written nothing that...

    Alan Moore has basically written nothing that doesn't involve rape or heavy-duty violence against women and he is seldom criticised for this sort of thing (though such criticism does exist - Moore...
  6. Allow me to be more specific: I think Grayson...

    Allow me to be more specific: I think Grayson would benefit from the same general sort of thinking that made Hawkeye a hit book. Marvel took a risk and it would be cool to see DC use it as motivation...
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    The achievement, for me at least, was creating...

    The achievement, for me at least, was creating the same feeling I had from watching the movie Unforgiven, which is the obvious thematic influence on OML. I don't know what you mean by "shallow", as...
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    Personally, I wasn't bored by it at all but of...

    Personally, I wasn't bored by it at all but of course that's a subjective judgement. Depth-wise, it's a Wolverine story so I wasn't exactly expecting Watchmen. I thought it was a real achievement and...
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    Me too. The guy is fearless. A DC answer to Old...

    Me too. The guy is fearless. A DC answer to Old Man Logan would be amazing.
  10. I guess this guy has no plans to ever finish...

    I guess this guy has no plans to ever finish "Where is Jake Ellis?".
  11. Have you ever read his comics? He is some kind of...

    Have you ever read his comics? He is some kind of genius and hugely underappreciated.
  12. Thanks for the update, I appreciate it.

    Thanks for the update, I appreciate it.
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    I don't think this topic should be in the Image...

    I don't think this topic should be in the Image forum. That said, I love Rachel Rising, loved Echo until the science started to get just a little too silly and I've never read Strangers in Paradise...
  14. Exactly, I've enjoyed all the Millarworld titles....

    Exactly, I've enjoyed all the Millarworld titles. The hate Mark Millar seems to get just bewilders me. I'd love a Nemesis sequel.
  15. Poor people being accomplished at something?...

    Poor people being accomplished at something? Preposterous!
  16. Yes, a strong team is a given. I'd like to see...

    Yes, a strong team is a given. I'd like to see someone like Matt Kindt or Jeff Lemire on it (Trillium is ending), writers with a knack for these human, down-to-earth moments as well as solid...
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    Brandon Graham is a big Moebius fan so I'll bet...

    Brandon Graham is a big Moebius fan so I'll bet there are other references I've missed. The Arzach one in the double-page spread was pretty easy to spot though - it shows the weird gorilla monster on...
  18. I think Dick Grayson is ripe for the Hawkeye...

    I think Dick Grayson is ripe for the Hawkeye treatment. Dick Grayson the character and his immediate world has the potential to be pretty interesting and a good base for the sort of creative...
  19. In Year 100, he wasn't rich. His base was a...

    In Year 100, he wasn't rich. His base was a crappy one bedroom apartment and his equipment was mostly pretty basic. He got by on his skills and by grunting a lot.
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  20. Thread: Prophet General

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    Well like everyone else, I love this comic and...

    Well like everyone else, I love this comic and can't wait to read it each month. It's inspired me to get into some of Brandon Graham's other stuff - I bought and read the gigantic King City...
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    This entire thread is comedy gold.

    This entire thread is comedy gold.
  22. Tales of the Batman: Don Newton, vol. 2 - will we ever see it?

    The first volume covers up until the end of 1980 but of course there was more great Newton Bat-work after that. I have not been able to find any indication of a vol. 2. Does anyone know if there are...
  23. Snyder: No, no — not me! [Laughs.] For someone...

    Snyder: No, no — not me! [Laughs.] For someone else, down the line.

    Look, for me, there's no better origin than Year One. It just will never be topped. That's just the way it is. That and Dark...
  24. Why? Year One will still be there for everyone to...

    Why? Year One will still be there for everyone to read and enjoy.
  25. Yes, I agree with all of this. The Riddler was...

    Yes, I agree with all of this. The Riddler was just sort of lame before this run and now he's a genuine badass. I'm really enjoying Snyder's run and to be honest I really don't get all the...
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