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    If every page is like the preview, the story can...

    If every page is like the preview, the story can afford to be generic. Alan Grant's run on Detective Comics also spent the majority of time dealing with generic drug sub-plots, but it's so fondly...
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    The whole point of my complaint was that it was...

    The whole point of my complaint was that it was re-hashing something that happened a year ago. I know you hate realizing it, but Scott Snyder loves Morrison's Batman, and a flash forward to a...
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    It's insane how fast the cannibalization of...

    It's insane how fast the cannibalization of Morrison's work in the Bat mythos has occurred. It hasn't even been a year. Lord Death Man in Talon, the current Batman and... arc, and then this preview,...
  4. I think Bendis is one of the worst comic-writers...

    I think Bendis is one of the worst comic-writers out there, not entirely for the content of his work, but his writing philosophy.

    The guy doesn't write stories for thematic purposes. He just...
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    Poll: In both scenarios they're written as token wish...

    In both scenarios they're written as token wish fulfillment, so what's the difference?
  6. COPRA may have been the best book published last...

    COPRA may have been the best book published last year, so it's cool that Fiffe is getting more work, but it's a shame he isn't drawing any of it.
  7. Thread: PREVIEW: Low, #1

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    Looks incredibly generic, by Remender standards,...

    Looks incredibly generic, by Remender standards, just more pulpy sci-fi with a dashing anti-hero. Remender should try focusing on one title and making it interesting and fresh. The post-coitus scene...
  8. I'm beginning to think that a lot of these...

    I'm beginning to think that a lot of these (relatively) new writers are diluting the quality of their work by continuously producing these 'new' comics. Remender is the best example of this, he's...
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    I like the majority of his work, and he's one of...

    I like the majority of his work, and he's one of the greatest artists of all time, but the politics of 300 is so ugly.
  10. I honestly don't want to see a trade of their...

    I honestly don't want to see a trade of their work. If you've seen Jim Aparo and Archie Goodwin hardcovers, you'll notice that the artwork is completely ruined by the glossy paper-stock DC uses, for...
  11. This thread has turned into DC fan-abandonment...

    This thread has turned into DC fan-abandonment issues, which is kind of hilarious, when the real topic of discussion should be just how poor of a writer Waid is, his most recent issues especially. I...
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    This guy said both of these things.

    This guy said both of these things.
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    You say that like it's a bad thing. I'm tired of...

    You say that like it's a bad thing. I'm tired of everyone moaning on about the new quirky Matt Fraction comic and Saga quite frankly.
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    Tim, I always find your lists enjoyable. You're...

    Tim, I always find your lists enjoyable. You're responsible for getting me into COPRA with that last BEST OF list back in the summer.

    I gave up on Wonder Woman, but your recommendation is...
  15. Any news on Burnham's new pages for Batman Inc.?

    I haven't followed Batman since Morrison's run ended, but I remember Chris Burnham mentioning beforehand that he was going to re-draw the pages he didn't have time to finish. Has there been any...
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    Way better than what we almost got stuck with:...

    Way better than what we almost got stuck with:
    http://insidepulse.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Marvel-Now-Comics-December-2013-Solicitations-Guardians-of-the-Galaxy-10-Maguire.jpg
  17. The resurgence of propaganda art in modern...

    The resurgence of propaganda art in modern culture is essentially pop art. The art apes the messages and tone from the 50s, but without the same context or purpose.

    I don't care for it, mostly...
  18. Sticky: Poll: Surprised so many people are down on DC: One...

    Surprised so many people are down on DC: One Million, I always thought it was the best cross-over BECAUSE of how great the tie-ins were. Even the Green Lantern issue has Bryan Hitch art to make it...
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    Man, DC's solicits are so boring. Especially...

    Man, DC's solicits are so boring. Especially compared to Marvel's new titles, it's just the same characters over and over again with generic house art.
  20. The Black Widow and Iron Patriot on-goings are...

    The Black Widow and Iron Patriot on-goings are interesting, because it seems they're trying to fill the espionage/noir niche they lost when Brubaker left.

    I honestly don't think it will succeed....
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    To be fair, the trend of modern comics has been...

    To be fair, the trend of modern comics has been to hook readers with BIG drama. Look at Brian Michael Bendis, Geoff Johns, or Jonathan Hickman comics.

    I think Matt Fraction's Hawkeye has really...
  22. I'm really excited for the new Silver Surfer and...

    I'm really excited for the new Silver Surfer and Ghost Rider on-goings! I'd glad Marvel is giving their niche characters a fighting chance instead of "Batman! Batman! Batman!" at DC.
  23. Marvel Knights Spider-Man #1 Spoilers and Discussion

    I generally consider Spider-Man a piss poor soap-opera character. The only artistically interesting story I can think of is Milligan's Rhino story from ten years back.

    Matt Kindt is trying his...
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    I'm always curious what age-groups roam these...

    I'm always curious what age-groups roam these boards, especially when threads like these pop up. I'm in my early-20s, and I've rarely found comics from the Bronze Age that I did like.

    There are a...
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    So Mark Waid has finally resorted to using...

    So Mark Waid has finally resorted to using Daredevil as his crazy liberal mouth-piece. There have been hints of it in earlier issues, but this is about as subtle John Byrne's Reagan-ist Superman.
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