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    Easily one of my favourite writers. Man can't get enough praise from me.

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    A great double dose of Milligan this week, with Red Lanterns #10 and Stormwatch #10. Red Lanterns acted as a continuation to #9 of Stormwatch and was quite enjoyable. A great scene with Midnighter and Dex-Starr and in SW #10, a great closing page with Apollo and Midnighter. I like seeing Milligan write their interactions and their relationship starting to develop rather than them being together completely in the beginning. I know it wasn't Milligan's idea as Cornell started this, but I enjoy the way Milligan's penning them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Holmes View Post
    His one issue so far is already the best of the whole series. Definitely have high hopes for his run.
    Ok that could lure me back to the title. I was surprised that it was a poor fit for Cornell, he didn't make it work for me (though Demon Knights remains fantastic).

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    All of I've read of Milligan's is Greek Street which I enjoyed. I found all eight issues of Enigma today for $4 in an indoor flea market and am looking forward to cracking them open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zbjj View Post
    All of I've read of Milligan's is Greek Street which I enjoyed. I found all eight issues of Enigma today for $4 in an indoor flea market and am looking forward to cracking them open.
    You lucky son of a bitch! I paid some good $$$ for that series.
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    I don't know what his previous work is like but I've been very underwhelmed with RED LANTERNS and JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK. The former is just downright bad and aimless, the latter had some nice ideas at least but went onto rambling aimless rails.

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    Im loving his hellblazer. One of my most waited for comics of the month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zbjj View Post
    All of I've read of Milligan's is Greek Street which I enjoyed. I found all eight issues of Enigma today for $4 in an indoor flea market and am looking forward to cracking them open.
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    I enjoy is writing on creator-own or books like Hellblazer. As for his super hero stuff, I can't get into those books.
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    Based on the admittedly little of his I've read, I completely agree. I enjoyed Skreemer a lot. I hate, HATE HHHHAAAATED his run on X-Men.

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    So today, went to my comic book store and to see if I can get any money or trade comic books that I just lost interests in. They were NEW AVENGERS #1-20, The Demon #1-17, Swamp Thing #1-17, and Green Lantern: Rebirth #1-6 and issues #1-10. I mean, I truely lost or I didn't care about having them any more. So I just want to find complete sets of well crafted storytelling.

    In the end I was able to get seven new sets of $56.00 value and three of them included: Egypt, Enigma, and The Extremist. I can't wait to read them later this evening.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ImpulseUCF View Post
    Based on the admittedly little of his I've read, I completely agree. I enjoyed Skreemer a lot. I hate, HATE HHHHAAAATED his run on X-Men.
    Skreemer is still on my to read list.
    His X-Men work was beautiful. Bizarre Love Triangle and Golgotha were crushin' it.

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    I loved many of his works. Most of all Shade and Enigma.
    I am collecting X-statix and when I will have the complete run, I will read it. Being also a fan of Mike Allred art, I have good expectation!

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    The Extremist is completely amazing; there is not a single wasted moment.

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    His Shade is perhaps the only corporate character I'm thankful for.
    There is no other fictional person I can relate to more. Not even close.

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