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    Default Scanpalooza or post your favorite Scans

    Hi, I love the visual component of the Comic book medium and I'm starting this thread to post my favorite scans. ( It's just an excuse to use my new Printer/Scanner my wife gave me for Christmas). Please join me in scanning and posting pages from your collection.





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    The only comic I've ever scanned is the Fiasco Dead At 17 #1, because it has a total print run of 20 (a fraction of which probably still exist) and is to never be reprinted. I sold my copy but not before I scanned it for myself. I'm a terrible scanner by the way, but here's a page
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    Nice.


    Do these following Images remind you of anything?



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    Quote Originally Posted by icctrombone View Post
    Nice.
    Do these following Images remind you of anything?
    Do you have a thing for Jesus imagery in comics?

    Have you read Neal Adams' Son-O-God comics from National Lampoon?

    http://www.dialbforblog.com/archives/417/

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    Quote Originally Posted by edhopper View Post
    Do you have a thing for Jesus imagery in comics?

    Have you read Neal Adams' Son-O-God comics from National Lampoon?

    http://www.dialbforblog.com/archives/417/
    Is the Scarlet Woman of Babylon the nice way of saying Whore of Babylon? Cause that's the Bible says she is. I bet she has the best parties too. Red wine and red haired gals? I'm there!
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    I never saw those National Lampoon pages. Wow.
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    Tricky Dick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by icctrombone View Post
    Nice.


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    Quote Originally Posted by adam_warlock_2099 View Post
    Is the Scarlet Woman of Babylon the nice way of saying Whore of Babylon? Cause that's the Bible says she is. I bet she has the best parties too. Red wine and red haired gals? I'm there!
    Yes indeed. And it also became an epithet for the Roman Catholic Church.

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    Quote Originally Posted by icctrombone View Post
    I never saw those National Lampoon pages. Wow.
    I thought they were amazing when they came out. They got away with a lot more than they could now.
    OT but I saw a preview for a new movie about Jesus titled Son of God, I thought "just what we need, ANOTHER movie about Jesus." Then I thought what they should really do is make this comic story into a movie, it would be much cooler and much more original.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prince hal View Post
    Yes indeed. And it also became an epithet for the Roman Catholic Church.
    As in a disfavored conatation to the Roman Catholic Church's relation to the rest of Christianity?
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    Quote Originally Posted by adam_warlock_2099 View Post
    As in a disfavored conatation to the Roman Catholic Church's relation to the rest of Christianity?
    Well, it wasn't meant to be complimentary.
    Jack Chick and his ilk still sometimes use the term.

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