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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.
I was looking at the Batlash books on ebay and they are pretty pricey. Seems most are 8 bucks and up. Any reprints anywhere?
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A lunatic is easily recognized...You can tell him by the liberties he takes with common sense...and by the fact that sooner or later he brings up the Templars.
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?
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.
Doorway to Nightmare
La Caste des Méta-Barons
Rip in Time
Tale of One Bad Rat
The Atlantis Chronicles
Sláine The Horned God
Sinister House of Secret Love
Eclipse the magazine
Barry Windsor-Smith's Storyteller
The Black Dragon
Kull the Conqueror (80s)
Scene of the Crime
Guns of the Dragon
Age of Heroes