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    Quote Originally Posted by pakehafulla View Post
    I know this is kinda off subject, but I could never GET Colon's style. Had Damage Control back in the day as well as Arak (and probably a few others), but could never bring myself to like his work. And now I see hes doing Richie Rich, to paraphrase Cei-U... I summon the WTF
    Weird, dimension-crossing Colon, like Amethyst, I enjoy; pedestrian/humorous Colon, like Damage Control, I don't. Ernie Colon was capable, on a good day, of channeling Alex Nino.
    Anyway, it is cool for you to acquire acrimony of crumbling time on blast this website.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dan bailey View Post
    My indoctrination of the nation's youth continues apace ...

    Next: Canada.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slam_Bradley View Post
    He was doing Richie Rich before he was doing Arak or Damage Control.
    Indeed, Colon, if not Warren Kremer, is usually consider the quintessential Richie Rich artist.

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    I've also decided to pick up the Bat Lash series if I can. I have Bat's original Showcase appearance, and this year's challenge has persuaded me to pick up the series. I managed to buy two issues yesterday.

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    I was looking at the Batlash books on ebay and they are pretty pricey. Seems most are 8 bucks and up. Any reprints anywhere?
    Life is what you make it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by icctrombone View Post
    I was looking at the Batlash books on ebay and they are pretty pricey. Seems most are 8 bucks and up. Any reprints anywhere?

    There was a Showcase Presents volume put out in 2009, but not sure how readily available it is now.

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    The ones I listed daily at the end of the thread, kind of like MRP did, were ones I had either overlooked or underemphasized.

    Items I didn't list I already had 90% of the time or they just didn't ring my bell.

    Here are the items I'm especially enthusiastic about finding :





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    Just ordered Tarzan/Predator: At Earth's Core just because it's written by (my comics hero) Walt Simonson with art by the tremendously underrated Lee Weeks. I like Tarzan, could care less about the Predators, but seriously, SIMONSON/WEEKS, how do you get better?

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    Simonson is kinda hit or miss for me on writing, but I'm totally agreeing with Weeks being underrated.

    Yes, I remember tremendously enjoying that Tarzan/Predator series.
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    want:
    Doorway to Nightmare
    The Scorpion
    La Caste des Méta-Barons
    Rip in Time
    Time Warp
    Imagine
    1963
    Tale of One Bad Rat
    Captain Action
    The Atlantis Chronicles
    The Shadow
    Sláine The Horned God
    Skreemer
    Sinister House of Secret Love
    Death Dealer
    Le décalogue
    Eclipse the magazine
    Barry Windsor-Smith's Storyteller

    considering:
    The Nocturnals
    Jade Warriors
    Shadow State
    The Black Dragon
    Marvel Universe
    Squadron Supreme
    Kull the Conqueror (80s)
    Swordquest
    Scene of the Crime
    Guns of the Dragon
    Age of Heroes
    Astro City

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