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    I suppose Supercharger are a little obscure, as...

    I suppose Supercharger are a little obscure, as are the Von Zippers and The Blatz, in the sense that people who don't listen to punk might not know them. Each band put out several records and both...
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    Any list without Overdrawn At The Memory Bank...

    Any list without Overdrawn At The Memory Bank contains only 4 of top 5 essential sci-fi films.
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    Very late to the party... Death is a great...

    Very late to the party...

    Death is a great band. I need to see that documentary. I picked up the re-issue of their first album a few years back. Great stuff.

    Radio Birdman play the best...
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    Leibniz because he had the best wig. In all...

    Leibniz because he had the best wig.

    In all seriousness, and to paraphrase Whitehead, the history of western philosophy is really nothing but a series of footnotes to Plato. Plato explored nearly...
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    I've heard that it lasted much longer as a title...

    I've heard that it lasted much longer as a title than most people would have predicted when simply looking at the talent involved.
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    I think I've decided to go with London's The...

    I think I've decided to go with London's The Scarlet Plague. That is, if I can find a copy in the next couple days before I take a short vacation. Otherwise, I will likely go with Doyle. I'll...
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    I tried this a few years back, but the literary...

    I tried this a few years back, but the literary landscape got a little bleak after the alien invasion of 2031. Everything after that point is published in Klingon, and I can't bring myself to learn...
  9. By and large, I tend to buy the best condition...

    By and large, I tend to buy the best condition books (in the FN range) I can find that fall within a price range that i am willing to pay. For instance, i tend to be willing to spend up to $3.50 for...
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    Egad! I just re-read my opening post, and it...

    Egad! I just re-read my opening post, and it suffers from significant infelicities of style and grammar. Sorry about that. Too much Montepulciano D'Abruzzo I'm afraid...

    The Lost World and...
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    100 year project...

    Has anyone here ever attempted the "100 Year Project" or something of the sort? A friend of mine was into it a few years back. The idea is you read a one novel from each year for 100 years either...
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    Roger Stern. i get the feeling he finished the...

    Roger Stern. i get the feeling he finished the story plotted by Gerber. It just lost some of the "out-there-ness" of Gerbers issues, and it was a good thing that they ended the book after the...
  13. I'd be curious to hear what you and others have...

    I'd be curious to hear what you and others have to say about that short lived Blackhawk run form the 70s. I picked it up a while back, but haven't read it yet.

    I think I need 3-4 issues of...
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    I'm reading through some shorter runs at the...

    I'm reading through some shorter runs at the moment.

    I enjoyed the Guardians of the Galaxy run in Marvel Presents. I think things fell off a little with Gerber leaving, but liked it as a whole....
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    I've been slowly working through my soda stash. ...

    I've been slowly working through my soda stash. Last night I finally popped the cap on the bottle of Cel-Ray I bought after having learned of its existence on this forum. I really enjoyed it. My...
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    I've never read this period of Wonder Woman, but...

    I've never read this period of Wonder Woman, but have a soft spot for Jose Delbo earned by having read his long run on Billy The Kid, a title I collect. I may have to check it out.

    By the way,...
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    The Pirana, from Harvey's Thrill-o-Rama #2 and...

    The Pirana, from Harvey's Thrill-o-Rama #2 and #3.

    Due to an accident while testing a new type of silicone that allows air breathing creatures to absorb the oxygen in water, Pirana is a man...
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    Maybe. Looking through the covers again, I see...

    Maybe. Looking through the covers again, I see that it may be Marvel Team-Up 56. The book I have is stored with many others very far from home so I can't check. The more I look at it, the more I...
  19. That Ringer issue of PPSSM is the first...

    That Ringer issue of PPSSM is the first Spider-Man comic I remember buying from the rack. For some reason, I had gone several years of mild collecting before buying a Spider-Man book! If memory...
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    The one I'm thinking of had Daredevil as the...

    The one I'm thinking of had Daredevil as the guest. I don't have it with me, looked it up by perusing the GCD, and must have jotted down the wrong number. I never collected the series and I did...
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    I made my first trip to the recently discovered...

    I made my first trip to the recently discovered sodapopcentral.com

    The selection was pretty impressive. I seem to have happened by at a time when the owner was not in, and the woman working...
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    A) Spidey Super Stories #23 Spider-Man shrinks!...

    A) Spidey Super Stories #23 Spider-Man shrinks!

    B) Peter Parker #72 Love the painted cover and the story was a hoot. I like #78-#79 a lot too.

    C Like Cei-U I've never read anything with...
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    Sure, but the Action Heroes are owned by DC. ...

    Sure, but the Action Heroes are owned by DC.

    I meant, with the announcement of the Gorgo and Konga books (or so the IDW Forums suggest) might we see further reprints of Charlton stuff not owned...
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    Awesome news! Might this be the first of several...

    Awesome news! Might this be the first of several Charlton titles receiving the deluxe reprint treatment?
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    I just finished A Vein of Deceit by Susanna...

    I just finished A Vein of Deceit by Susanna Gregory. It's the 15th chronicle in the Matthew Bartholomew series. It is a mystery series set in 14th century Cambridge. Like the last few, it hasn't...
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