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    Elephantmen...
    "If you live among wolves you have to act like a wolf."

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    Savage Dragon, by far. It has never had a bad period. It is something special.
    One creator over twenty years--that's something you see with comic strips, not comic books.
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    Walking Dead
    Fatale
    Infinite Horizon
    New World Order

    Have all been ones I've enjoyed over the last 5-10 years.
    "Thus Spake Dr. Dinosaur, King of Time: Adios Morons!" -- Dr. Dinosaur

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    Oh, G-Man's Image to, right? I'll add G-Man.
    Pull List; seems to be too long to fit in my sig...

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    Chew, but Savage Dragon is truly special.
    Comics enjoyed by my Old Lady: Chew, IKG, Saga, JTHM, Ex Machina, Gil Kane's Green Lantern, Wormwood, NYX, Jurgen and JMS's Thor, along with a few others.

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    My favorite is Invincible because it was the first comic book series I ever read and its awesome. I also like dynamo 5, morning glories, chew and danger club

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    Quote Originally Posted by capuga View Post
    I'm pretty much the same way, although I think Savage Dragon isn't too bad (especially since he switched to the kids being the lead characters). But Invincible is much, much better. And despite a lot of people (including Kirkman) saying the SD is a big influence on Invincible, I don't think the two series are much in common in tone or story. So I don't think not liking Savage Dragon would mean that you won't like Invincible.
    Huh. I always thought Spider-Man was the influence behind Invincible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasputin9977 View Post
    Huh. I always thought Spider-Man was the influence behind Invincible.
    Then there would barely be any character development. BUT, I always describe 'Invincible' as 'Spider-Man' mixed with 'Superman'. The difference being that like in 'Savage Dragon', characters age, die, have a lot of personal development, and there is a long running plot.
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    Savage Dragon is the only Image book I buy.You can feel the love he has for his book even as it's reaching #200.
    Life is what you make it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiski View Post
    Then there would barely be any character development. BUT, I always describe 'Invincible' as 'Spider-Man' mixed with 'Superman'. The difference being that like in 'Savage Dragon', characters age, die, have a lot of personal development, and there is a long running plot.
    I think that's the big similarity. Also Kirkman also uses some storytelling tricks utilized in Savage Dragon.

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    I just picked up Saga #1 the other day and thought it was pretty good. Different, but good. I am actually wanting to pick up more Image books. I tried to get Manhattan Projects, buy my local shop was out of all issues.

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    Saga is my favorite Image title right now. Followed by:
    The Walking Dead
    Near Death
    Theif of Thieves

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    Invincible is definitly influenced by Spider-Man... Kirkman named his son Peter Parker Kirkman.

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    Even though it's an Icon book now, I have to say Casanova was my favorite Image book. That shit is just perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramage View Post
    Savage Dragon, by far. It has never had a bad period. It is something special.
    One creator over twenty years--that's something you see with comic strips, not comic books.
    ITA Savage Dragon is the bomb.

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