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bomaya wrote:Something writers like Byrne had already alluded to.
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NoeticHatter wrote:Read PLANETARY last night for the first time. May have difficulty reading FF comics for a bit.
I liked the nod to how Sue is the most dangerous member of the team because of things she could do with her force fields.
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...
Mar 15 17 7:01 AM
Having a Jeff Lemire fix:Essex County Complete Collection HC: An inspiring look at family connections in a small farming community. I found the first two books to be the strongest, while the third felt more like a coda to the previous two stories. The second book dealing with dementia resonated the most with me and had me tearing up towards the end of the story.Underwater Welder: A great look a how the generation before us shapes us for good or ill and how we often have to deal with our pasts before we can move forward and face the future.The Nobody: A modernisation of Well's "Invisible Man", set in small-town America in the early 90s. A neat look at how people often respond to those that are different to themselves with fear and prejudice.Trillium: A story of star-crossed lovers that links a PTSD suffering WWI veteran with an explorer/archaeologist/protector of the remnants of the human race in the far-flung future.
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Squallid Snake wrote:I'm reading X-Factor Epic collection: Genesis and Apocalypse.
Some of these issues are reprinted here for the first time...and they are awesome! Some angst for Scott over Jean/Maddie (I was surprised how much this spilled over from UXM), some offbeat villains under command of Apocalypse, Apoc's first appearance is campy and fun, and I actually really enjoy the art.
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Splash Too wrote:Reading the trade paperback Star Trek/Planet of the Apes: The Primate Directive, a five-part crossover mini-series from IDW and Boom Studios from 2014-2015. I have read issues #1-4 so far, and I find it quite enjoyable, molding the two properties for this story.
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SamyMerchi wrote:I thought Scott's situation made for some great drama. It was an awful, awful position to be in.
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