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    SEX SEX SEX
    Is he only comic book writer who's into sex?

    ENIGMA and SHADE: noone will write something like this two big books.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goRimbaud! View Post
    SEX SEX SEX
    Is he only comic book writer who's into sex?

    ENIGMA and SHADE: noone will write something like this two big books.
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    Yeah - that was a real shame. Dillon was fast becoming one of my favourite artists and then he apparantly dropped out of the whole comic scene partway through this story.

    He's supposedly back now working on a graphic novel -

    It seems to be taking forever though.
    Thanks, I love his work!
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    Default Peter Milligam's Hellblaser

    I just Fineshed Phantom Pains and it was great
    How would you rate Peter Milligam hellblaser as opposed to the other writers take on him

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    Quote Originally Posted by fin5 View Post
    I just Fineshed Phantom Pains and it was great
    How would you rate Peter Milligam hellblaser as opposed to the other writers take on him
    It's great, but I'm fucking pissed that I can't find Hellblazer 286 ANYWHERE.

    NOT at my lcs.

    NOT on comixology.

    NOT anywhere free on the Internet.

    I feel like burning someone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fin5 View Post
    I just Fineshed Phantom Pains and it was great
    How would you rate Peter Milligam hellblaser as opposed to the other writers take on him
    Milligan's run has developed into something pretty cool, but I'd still rank his run among the "lesser" runs, even with the major event of the wedding to Piffy. For me, it goes Delano, Ennis, Diggle, Ellis, Jenkins, Milligan, Azz, Carey, Mina. Now, that doesn't mean that I consider Milligan's run bad by any means-- there's never been a bad issue of HB, in my opinion, even Mina's run-- but I don't think Pete has given us the best of John. A lot of that is because of John's active use of magic, which sort of flies in the face of what's come before, especially as magic should be much harder for John after the end of Diggle's run. It's not as bad as it was, such as in the India arc where Cammo has John throwing magic at a demon with Dr. Strange hand gestures, but it still irks me a little bit. That's why I've enjoyed Biz' issues a great deal more-- "Suicide Bridge", in my opinion, is probably the finest single issue of HB published in the last decade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fin5 View Post
    How would you rate Peter Milligam hellblaser as opposed to the other writers take on him
    I stopped reading Hellblazer during Jenkins' run (his plots just bored me rigid) and it was Milligan who got me back into buying the comic regularly, so in my personal pantheon of the top three Hellblazer writers I would place Milligan (just) below Ennis and (just) above Delano. It hardly seems far to distinguish between the three since they're very different writers but none of them has written a Constantine story that disappointed and their names alone on a Hellblazer book would be enough to persuade me to buy it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FanboyStranger View Post
    Suicide Bridge", in my opinion, is probably the finest single issue of HB published in the last decade.
    Most definitely, haven't been that touched or wowed by a Blazer story since Gaiman's oneshot.

    Also, having Bisley doing the art definitely took it to another level.
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    Is Peter Milligan gay or bi? Reading Enigma and his other work, I noticed he nearly always includes homosexuality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2 Up 2 Down View Post
    Is Peter Milligan gay or bi? Reading Enigma and his other work, I noticed he nearly always includes homosexuality.
    Maybe yes maybe no. But he don't care this identity stuffs. He's too intellectual for that :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by goRimbaud! View Post
    But he don't care this identity stuffs.
    Yeah he does. Almost everything he writes is about identity and what defines it or can change it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2 Up 2 Down View Post
    Is Peter Milligan gay or bi? Reading Enigma and his other work, I noticed he nearly always includes homosexuality.
    I believe I've read somewhere he's bi. I personally love his unflinching themes of sexuality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dancj View Post
    Yeah he does. Almost everything he writes is about identity and what defines it or can change it.
    Practically everything he writes identity and sexuality play a huge part, if not, the all the parts in his story.

    Check out those interviews I posted, you'll see why identity and sexuality are important to him.
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