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    Anyone pick up #4 yet? I haven't looked through my copy, but one or two reviews I read, people really dug the experiment.
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    It's different but Great. It is not done as a story, The inside cover suggests you read the panels in any order. Each panel is an odd new character w/ somew ties to the Bullet Proof Coffin expiernce(maybe some hidden messages)lol. I thought alot of people would not like this issue but if you have liked aall the previous BPC issues you should enjoy this one as well. Highly reccomended title.
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    I absolutely LOVED it! I looked through the book for such a long time. My friend asked me after a good long while passed by, "Are you still looking at the same book!?" heh
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    New Shaky and Hine book after this series ends!

    http://www.bleedingcool.com/2012/05/...g-braithwaite/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Anderson View Post
    Anyone pick up #4 yet? I haven't looked through my copy, but one or two reviews I read, people really dug the experiment.
    I thoroughly enjoyed it. The bizarre panel where the two geriatrics are playing house and she asks the other to "change her dress" still sticks with me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Anderson View Post
    New Shaky and Hine book after this series ends!

    http://www.bleedingcool.com/2012/05/...g-braithwaite/
    Bit sad it's not with Shaky.

    EDIT: Did anyone get Shaky's Monster Truck
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    Quote Originally Posted by Otchofriend View Post
    Bit sad it's not with Shaky.

    EDIT: Did anyone get Shaky's Monster Truck
    Theres two books announced in that article. Hine and Kane are doing Adamski.

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    Yep, just assumed the whole article was about Storm Dogs and was staring at the pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Otchofriend View Post
    Yep, just assumed the whole article was about Storm Dogs and was staring at the pictures.

    Embarrassed all 'round
    You should be ashamed of yourself, Otcho.

    Have you read #4 yet?
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    Not yet sadly but I will soon.

    I've been on a Tezuka addiction as of lately and been rereading his Black Jack series, so once I'm done with that unto #4!
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    Double the post double the shame
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    Quote Originally Posted by Otchofriend View Post
    Not yet sadly but I will soon.

    I've been on a Tezuka addiction as of lately and been rereading his Black Jack series, so once I'm done with that unto #4!
    Whats that about?
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    Well, in a nutshell it's about a renegade doctor saving people's lives from "uncurable" disease and ailments that modern doctors can't fix. He's practically a super genius doctor that can fix everything. Tezuka puts his medical knowledge (has a degree in medicine) to use and at the same time throws out the fucking window because he comes up with the craziest diseases and ailments known to man and has Black Jack fix them, that's the book in a surface description.

    Actually, Black Jack himself is made of several body parts that he did. What I mean is, he's so amazing, he can operat on himself without use of anesthetics.

    Underneath it's scathing attack on hospital politics, an agrument that everyone's life is equal, and a very humanistic written series. It's because of this book that the Japanese people are more intuned with hospital politics than most other countries.

    Oh yeah, all this done in an almost all age format.... Yeah, Tezuka is the god of comics.
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    SOOOOO

    This mini ended about a month or so ago, no discussion! What did you guys think of #6? Of the whole series?

    I'm curious also if you've dug that it was almost every issue being it's own story or do you miss the structure of the first mini series?
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    Thought some of you might enjoy this
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