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Re: Marvel Omnibus reprints - What's next? (reply)
garuda wrote: What do people think: a) should be reprinted next?The Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus by Todd McFarlane. I regret not buying it the first time around. If it ever goes back to print I will buy it in a heart beat. 
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04/24/17 2:23 AM
Re: Biggest improvement in art over time? (reply)
Jim Lee - His story telling is now just as amazing as his style.Scott McDaniel He went from horrible on DD to just kinetic awesomeness on Nightwing.
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04/24/17 2:11 AM
Re: Legionnaires Book 1 (reply)
Are the covers presented before each issue or at the back of the book?
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04/24/17 2:04 AM
Re: X-Men: Inferno (reply)
Great! My mapping was a bit off so this helped. Thanks!
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04/22/17 4:02 PM
X-Men: Inferno (topic)
Question for x-perts:  What is the official reading order for "Inferno" that was in the defacto omnibus released by Marvel? Thank you in advance!
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04/22/17 12:25 PM
Re: 5TH ANNUAL SECRET BALLOT: Most Wanted Marvel Omnibus (reply)
tigereyes wrote: If you would like to nominate something that did not make the TOP 50 last year so it jogs people's memories, I will allow for that.  Captain America by Mark Gruenwald - Captain America #302-350 and Iron Man #228
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04/22/17 12:22 PM
Re: 5TH ANNUAL SECRET BALLOT: Most Wanted Marvel Omnibus (reply)
Voted.
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04/22/17 12:20 PM
Re: New Teen Titans Omnibus new edition has 4 more pages (reply)
Roy Batty wrote:From the original floppy, to the paperback collection, to the latest reprint.If the new team behind DC reprint collections wants to gain our trust, they really need to stop doing this and fix it for good. OMG! No...
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04/21/17 5:49 PM
Re: Watchmen, why is it great? (reply)
VisualFiction wrote:That's quite a claim to make and then leave unsubstantiated for more than eight months.If you haven't read it, it is worth a read. The big themes are the role of government and what does it mean to have an "alledgedly...
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04/20/17 4:11 PM
Re: Watchmen, why is it great? (reply)
faust33 wrote:Five Years Later wrote:I loved the movie! My only problem with it was the action sequences were a bit too super-powered/cartooney. A more realistic approach would have been better. Glad I wasn't the only one who thought...
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04/20/17 2:12 AM
Re: Watchmen, why is it great? (reply)
Batman wrote:I like it, I think there are lot of great moments, like Jon on Mars thinking about time. I like a lot of the detail that went into creating the world with the back-matter, I think it's something Moore perfects later in...
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04/19/17 3:37 AM
Re: Marvel Comics Solicitations for July 2017 (reply)
shagamu wrote:Hey, look at that, Jeph listened to you guys and replaced Quasar #35-36 with Captain America #401 in the Operation Galactic Storm Epic.Great news! I'll be purchasing it as a Christmas gift for a family member and maybe for...
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04/19/17 2:56 AM
Watchmen, why is it great? (topic)
Figured this deserves it's own thread. Why is Watchmen considered great? What did this story do to be so revered? I am currently re-reading it and I still find it boring the second time around. That said, maybe I am missing something....
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04/16/17 9:57 PM
Re: Seminal stories of the last 15 years (reply)
Let's phrase the question this way, what stories of the last 15 years earned the right to sit next to The Dark Phoenix Saga, the Galactus Trilogy, The Death of Electra, The Dark Knight Returns, Watchmen, the original cosmic cube story...
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04/16/17 8:33 PM
Re: Avengers: The Gatherers (reply)
bluedevil2002 wrote:I finally picked up a decent chunk of the issues this week, and was working on some rough mapping ideas, especially since those two issues before OGS kind of bug me. If I include all of the OGS and Bloodties issues...
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04/16/17 8:16 PM
Re: 2017 MLB Baseball (reply)
Bartolo is a beast in terms of longevity. Kershaw is dominating. 
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04/16/17 8:12 PM
Re: Avengers West Coast by Roy Thomas - mapping help needed (reply)
Schatzie wrote:starchild151 wrote: Annual 8 should go between AWC 95 and 96.In my map I placed it between AWC 97 and 98. It's been so long since I did the map that I don't recall exactly why I placed it there, but I think it had...
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04/16/17 6:41 PM
Re: Seminal stories of the last 15 years (reply)
On the DC side the only story of the last 15 years that is admired, stood the test of time, set the standard for Batman stories that has yet to be matched and can sit along other great stories is "Hush".On the Marvel side "Winter...
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04/16/17 2:22 PM
Re: 2017 MLB Baseball (reply)
I was watching the Dodgers game last night and kept thinking Clayton Kershaw may just be the best pitcher of the last 30 years. Considering the great pitchers we have seen during that time it was the ultimate compliment; he was amazing...
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04/15/17 10:13 PM
Seminal stories of the last 15 years (topic)
A while back I was speaking with my former LCS retailer about what comic book story arcs of the last 15 years would be considered seminal stories that will be talked about for decades to come. Since seminal stories are rare what are the...
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04/15/17 8:35 PM
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