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Oct 3 16 6:56 AM
Oct 3 16 7:43 AM
Irony and subtly are the first casualties
in the eternal battle of wits between people divided by a common language. So read between the lines or you'll fall through the cracks...
....Quoting other people is no substitute for thinking for yourself...
Oct 3 16 7:54 AM
Oct 3 16 10:25 AM
LordJulius wrote:I don't think they are. At least not with the younger generations. If you look at what you can buy at newsstands in many European countries I'd say superheroes are much more popular with teens. Maybe westerns are still more of a favourite with older generations who grew up with Blueberry, Comanche, Durango, MacCoy etc. Plus teenagers couldn't really afford the editions of those western comics these days.
Btw, RIO is indeed awesome. Finally got the IDW book sometime last year and I was very impressed. It almost has a European feel to it, imo. If I didn't know any better, it wouldn't have surprised me if it had been done by a Franco-Belgian author and published in Spirou or Pilote.
Oct 3 16 12:14 PM
Oct 3 16 7:52 PM
SilverBulletJason wrote:Dean Mullaney is working on a collected Ragamuffins for release in 2017. This is his all-time favorite series, so expect it to be treated with lavish care.
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Oct 6 16 10:03 AM
maeda wrote:Popularity of western could be that people who left old continent were experiencing exploration of the west first hand, and those who stayed were then eager for the tales?
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Oct 13 16 1:58 AM
dritzko wrote:Marshall Rogers' passing was a very big loss. Back when I was in my teens I was a tremendous fan of his work on Batman and Dr. Strange.
Oct 18 16 10:59 AM
Oct 18 16 11:14 PM
Jay the Brave wrote:I received my copy of the IDW Rio book. THanks for the heads up in this thread -- this book is amazing.
Oct 18 16 11:19 PM
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