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    I need to see Django.

    Also, sup Greg? How was your Christmas?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose100 View Post
    Also anyone here read Wasteland?
    Start reading it; fantastic dystopian comic book backed with fantastic art.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny P. Sartre View Post
    I need to see Django.

    Also, sup Greg? How was your Christmas?
    Yo, Johnny! How are you, my man? My Christmas was good, didn't really do much but sleep and move things to my new room. Presents wise, only really got a small bit of cash from my pops and clothes from the bf. But last night he gave me X-Statix omnibus which I've yet to look through or open. How was yours?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilverZeal View Post
    Did any1 get or read PRINCE OF CATS by Ronald Wimberly(written & drawn)?

    Wats it abt & is it really any gd?




    It is no.49 on CBR's top comix of 2012...http://www.comicbookresources.com/?p...ticle&id=42877
    It's excellent. I highly recommend picking it up. I do think that a few of the other OGNs rated under PoC (like Dotter of Her Father's Eyes) were better, but as far as a first major solo effort from Wimberley, it definitely stands out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FanboyStranger View Post
    It's excellent. I highly recommend picking it up. I do think that a few of the other OGNs rated under PoC (like Dotter of Her Father's Eyes) were better, but as far as a first major solo effort from Wimberley, it definitely stands out.
    Thanx 4 d recommend...we/SZ intend 2 get it but hv ALOT of "POC"-ish titles we r seriously hunting down.

    Wat is d story of Prince of Cats abt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Anderson View Post
    For the people who read the original script, what were the differences between the first script that people read and the final product? I remember people trashing the script and calling it extremely offensive.
    Dats wwat we/SZ r also curious abt bcuz we/SZ nvr read d script but heard all d chatter but now d movie is apparently damn gr8 nu due sum re-writes which is y we r also interestd in wat was changed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Anderson View Post
    Yo, Johnny! How are you, my man? My Christmas was good, didn't really do much but sleep and move things to my new room. Presents wise, only really got a small bit of cash from my pops and clothes from the bf. But last night he gave me X-Statix omnibus which I've yet to look through or open. How was yours?
    Very nice! Have a great bf there and it's great he got you that Omni.

    Got these bad boys (used my Christmas fund and money I saved up):



    And finally ordered Days of Heaven by Terrence Malick

    Quote Originally Posted by FanboyStranger View Post
    It's excellent. I highly recommend picking it up. I do think that a few of the other OGNs rated under PoC (like Dotter of Her Father's Eyes) were better, but as far as a first major solo effort from Wimberley, it definitely stands out.
    Dotter is so fucking good.

    Though I'm not a big fan of Bryan Talbot's art, he hit it out of the park with Dotter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FanboyStranger View Post
    It's excellent. I highly recommend picking it up. I do think that a few of the other OGNs rated under PoC (like Dotter of Her Father's Eyes) were better, but as far as a first major solo effort from Wimberley, it definitely stands out.
    This thing is chilling in my wishlist.

    So what are yalls best reads of this year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose100 View Post
    This thing is chilling in my wishlist.

    So what are yalls best reads of this year?
    1. Building Stories by Chris Ware
    2. The Celestial Bibendum by Nicolas de Crecy
    3. Young Albert by Yves Chaland
    4. (tie) Koma by Pierre Wazem and Frederik Peeters
    4. (tie) Aya: Life in Yop City by Marguerite Abouet, Clément Oubrerie
    5. NonNonBa by Shigeru Mizuki
    6. Saga by BVK and Staples
    7. Prophet by Graham and company
    8. The Crackle of the Fire by Jorge Zentner and Lorenzo Mattotti
    9. Abelard by Dillies and Hautiere
    10. Paris Soirees by Philippe Petit-Roulet and Francois Avril

    Add Toppi's Sharaz-De in there too
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    I actually picked up Another Country by James Baldwin not too long ago. Looking forward to read it. Picked up a book of African American Folklore which my sister has been reading. Also have Kubrick's 2001, which I've been meaning to watch again since I first watched it years ago (and hated it). I want to pick up some Toni Morrison books. I loved her Tar Baby novel. Also Prince of Cats, I've been wanting that since I first saw previews of it all them while back.

    But overall I need to start saving up some cash for a Mac book and save money to start putting up my first play (whenever THAT'S going to happen). UGH!! Also needing to save money to get an artist to get a book out!
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    Man, I really haven't been reading much of anything this year. I see all these great Indie books but my money flow has been so low and wish I had more hours at work. Only thing I've really been buying are David Hine stuff and some Milligan here and there if I can afford it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Anderson View Post
    Picked up a book of African American Folklore which my sister has been reading.
    Mind sharing the title?
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    http://forums.comicbookresources.com...y-is-he-around


    WHY?????????????

    Can we end this year without someone asking why is a black guy around? Wonder what they think of Hawkman, Aquaman, Hawk, Dove & those guys that shoot arrows.

    And guys what are the plans for Feb 2013? You know Milestone's 20th year. Since no one else gives a dang. What can we do?

    Do we create a tumblr or deviant art group with our favorite sketches of Milestone guys? Someone could tell the/write the history of the company? Tell what made you a fan? What did this company mean to you as a minority or GLBT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyvolt2000 View Post
    http://forums.comicbookresources.com...y-is-he-around


    WHY?????????????

    Can we end this year without someone asking why is a black guy around? Wonder what they think of Hawkman, Aquaman, Hawk, Dove & those guys that shoot arrows.

    And guys what are the plans for Feb 2013? You know Milestone's 20th year. Since no one else gives a dang. What can we do?

    Do we create a tumblr or deviant art group with our favorite sketches of Milestone guys? Someone could tell the/write the history of the company? Tell what made you a fan? What did this company mean to you as a minority or GLBT?
    you can't be surprised that thread popped up dude, that mess is nothing to get irate over. I wouldn't say no one else gives a dang cause that would imply there aren't already tumblrs out there for Milestone characters. I mean if people make specific pokemon tumblrs for one of the best battles in the series (Red vs. Gold) then there's DEFINITELU gotta be some milestone stuff

    I'd make a thread asking about people's favorite milestone series, talk about why static issue no 5 reminds me of Juice, favorite member(s) of the Blood Syndicate, how controversial they were/are in comparison to other groups, and what the HELL was up with Sugar Man in Xombi, and the weirdest things about that title. I'd love to see David Kim pop up in something like a JLDark title, or even batman
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    Quote Originally Posted by G. Boney View Post
    Mind sharing the title?
    Here you go!

    http://www.amazon.com/African-Americ.../dp/0375705392
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