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    Default CBR: BOOM! Studios Titles On Sale November 24, 2010

    BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new titles on sale November 24, including "Stan Lee's The Traveler" #1, "Dracula: Company of Monsters" #4, "DADOES" #17, "28 Days Later" #17, and more!


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    I know what I'm getting! (Incorruptible #12 and Traveler #1 if it isn't obvious). Also, may get the Dust to Dust TPB
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Cheesesteak View Post
    I know what I'm getting! (Incorruptible #12 and Traveler #1 if it isn't obvious). Also, may get the Dust to Dust TPB
    Hey Dr. Cheesesteak, I see that you like Superman, so just wanted to make sure you know that STAN LEE'S STARBORN and DUST TO DUST writer is taking over Superman...Good things are afoot. I am really excited about Roberson's STARBORN and I know that Superman fans are going to love his run on Supes!

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    Incorruptible and The Traveler for me.
    Pull List; seems to be too long to fit in my sig...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip BOOM View Post
    Hey Dr. Cheesesteak, I see that you like Superman, so just wanted to make sure you know that STAN LEE'S STARBORN and DUST TO DUST writer is taking over Superman...Good things are afoot. I am really excited about Roberson's STARBORN and I know that Superman fans are going to love his run on Supes!

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    Chip
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    aye, a reason I wanted to get Dust to Dust...to scout him out! ...Plus I like Bladerunner.
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    Would love to hear what you think after you read Dust. Roberson's an incredibly versatile writer... and a great guy. I was so happy to hear about his Superman assignment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip BOOM View Post
    Would love to hear what you think after you read Dust. Roberson's an incredibly versatile writer... and a great guy. I was so happy to hear about his Superman assignment.
    Hey Chip, just got done w/ Dust to Dust and loved it. Can't wait til vol 2 (Spring '11, really??? Oye yoi yoi). I could just get the 2 back issues and catch up, but I like symmetry in my book alignments...or something Will the main 24-issue series be getting a huge HC or TPB? Or will it be a half dozen smaller HCs? Any plans for TPBs? If you cans disclose, of course

    As for Roberson, I liked his work here, my first exposure of him. Great characterization of 3 completely opposite characters, loved Victor's flashbacks and self-reflection, and I was immersed in the hunt. I haven't read his novels, the Cinderella mini, or iZombie, but I think he may be too smart of a writer for Superman fans. They seem to like more *KAPOW*s and *KABLOOIE*s than interior monologues and emotional conflicts. Good to hear he's versatile. Let's hope they appreciate him as much as I know I probably will!
    Comics were happier before the Internet turned writing superhero stories into fruitless attempts to impress/entertain a small group of ppl who appear to hate comics and their creators.
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