Type: Posts; User: Perry Holley; Keyword(s):
Good to see Steven Grant back at CBR, even if it's only temporary. As I recall, the old MASTER OF THE OBVIOUS columns were the reason I discovered CBR in the first place.
Back when it first came out, a friend of mine was given a copy of #12 of Watchmen. He hadn't read any of the preceding issues.
'Confusion' would not be too strong a word for what he experienced.
I've grown to loathe them. There's no quicker way to get me to drop a title than to have a crossover with a book I have no interest in.
Joined back in 2000, originally under the name Knightsky.
Let's see if I can turn these into attachments:
Happy b-day, Greg! Best wishes to the guy helping to lead the next generation of geeks & nerds!
30th? Geeze, they grow up so quickly...
I'm surprised that no one hasn't bothered to link to this yet.
No, it's one of the defective ones that the Legion Lost crew got stuck with.
All-Star Western and Legion: Secret Origins.
Well, crap. Nikki was good people.
Six (Action, All-Star Western, Demon Knights, Legion of Super-Heroes, Legion Lost, Stormwatch).
Divorced from the current conversation, and having no idea where it's from, I still have to say that I LOVE that image.
Legion Lost #1 dissected
No extras, just reprints of issues #12-16.
Even pre-Crisis* Etrigan only became a rhymer in the late 20th century. Even if they keep that bit of character detail post-Flashpoint, it will be centuries before Etrigan attains rhymer status.
I thought it was a decent enough Legion story, but not a very good introductory Legion story.
Picked up Greek Street vols 1 & 2 on sale at Borders.
So what you're saying is you want UltraBoy to turn bad, right?
Picked up a metric buttload of books at Dragon*Con, mostly Essential and Showcase collections:
Essential Ant-Man vol 1
Essential Avengers vol 6
Essential Captain America vol 4
That description is woefully inadequate, given what Doc actually does in the stories.
Waaay too subtle (and obscure) for most comic book fans, I'm afraid.
Dragon*Con is a gathering of tribes.
Comic book readers mingle with Trekkies, RPG players hang out with the otaku, Harry Potter fans get talked into getting a tattoo by the goths, and the Pern...