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Indie Comics You Should Be Reading 2016

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New year, new indie comics thread!

Joe Golem, Occult Detective from Dark Horse wrapped up, and I think I actually like this little exploration of a new Mignolaverse better than the book (Joe Golem and the Drowning City) that gave birth to it. Three issues still feels like a bit of a stretch for the amount of story, but I'm not really complaining.

October Faction from IDW and Steve Niles - I have no idea how this is still an ongoing. I think it lacks something of the edginess of Niles' better works, but it has a lot of the hallmarks of Criminal Macabre and related titles. Really, Niles has always wanted to write a grittier, more Universal Monsters version of the B.P.R.D., and despite multiple attempts has never managed to get an ongoing series out of it. Still, twelve issues is pretty good!

Bitch Planet from Image - I'm waiting on the trade for this one, but I hear good things. It reminds me of a Grindhouse single spread out to a series.

So what Indies are you reading - that others should be reading as well?

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  • FearghaillFearghaill Registered User regular
    Mercury Heat is an excellently-written (Kieron Gillen) science fiction/cyberpunk comic with art that is mostly only okay

  • SorceSorce Registered User regular
    The only two indies I'm currently reading are Dark Horse's Empowered and Image's Elephantmen 2260. The former has been gone into in greater detail in other places, but the latter is kind of a sci-fi/dystopia/noirish thing.

    Elephantmen 2260 is in it's third iteration currently (following Elephantmen and it's predecessor Hip Flask), and stars an ensemble cast of mostly war-bred talking animals in a "peaceful" world that supposedly no longer needs them. Sometimes there's meditations on PTSD, social inequality, or you'll get a police procedural, spy stories, a romance (ill-fated or otherwise), or maybe just the general weirdness of killer meteorites from outer space. All of this just sort of flows together in a well-written mishmash by Richard Starkings and a few different artists (like Boo Cook, Axel Medellin, Moritat and others).

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  • Bobby DerieBobby Derie Registered User regular
    I loved Hip Flask and followed Elephantmen for longer than I probably should have - it just seemed to meander without the plot advancing much, and with few pay-offs for any of the things they set up. Which is sad, because the first few issues made me really really like the concept of the comic.

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  • SorceSorce Registered User regular
    edited January 2016
    Oh, it still does meander, but
    the stuff revolving around Savannah has definitely moved forward, and maybe MAPPO isn't dead after all?

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  • DelduwathDelduwath Registered User regular
    Fearghaill wrote: »
    Mercury Heat is an excellently-written (Kieron Gillen) science fiction/cyberpunk comic with art that is mostly only okay

    You know, it just didn't click for me. I mean, I'm the biggest Kieron Gillen fanboy ever - I burn a PC Gamer UK review at his altar nightly - and the idea behind "Mercury Heat" sounded really cool, but the actual book just irritated me. I found every single character in it tremendously unlikable.

    When "8House" and "The Spire" came out, I felt like they were trying to do very similar, but "8House" was better at it, or at least was more my style of comic. Now that multiple issues of both have come out, I'm pleased to say that I was wrong: they're both great. "8House" is more about letting multiple creative teams build up a weird, shared world together, and "The Spire" is more about pushing forward on this main storyline (with worldbuilding happening in the periphery and in between breaths). Both worth checking out. (I still like "8House" more.)

    In related news, I'm still thrilled that "Island" is a thing. Remember when a "Flight" anthology would be released on a semi-regular basis? I loved those things. "Island" is like getting a mini-"Flight" every month. Some stories are better than others, sure, but I really like being exposed to different creators on the regular like that.

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  • Bobby DerieBobby Derie Registered User regular
    Oh, I love 8House and Island...hell, I like The Spire too, but the Island gives me the Brandon Graham goodness.

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  • Bobby DerieBobby Derie Registered User regular
    I'm behind on my reading. It's only a few weeks into 2016 and I need to catch up. But I do have to say, I'm very much enjoying I Hate Fairyland.

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    It's silly. It's therapeutic in the way that gleefully killing smurfs and watching the blue paste squeeze through your toes is cathartic. It may not be an instant classic, but I'm enjoying it.

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  • UltimateInfernoUltimateInferno Registered User regular
    Still 2 days left on this image humble bundle
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  • Linespider5Linespider5 A howling bucket of tar. Registered User regular
    edited January 2016
    Since this is here, I wanted to mention the spectacular Head Lopper by Andrew MacLean

    I'm horrendously picky with what I want out of my comics, and this does so many things absolutely right in unexpected ways. I tend to prefer the promises of a good Sword and Sorcery title over other stuff. Here, MacLean's got this fascinating take on it that straddles the latter day Hellboy in Hell Mignola style with the more candyland attitude of, say, Adventure Time.

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    Head Lopper is a big bad dude in the business of cutting heads. That smiley blue face is that of a witch who is now a living severed head along for the ride, scheming to find a way to escape or destroy her captor, and in the meantime happy to pester him with insults.

    Beyond that, though. What to say?

    It's a really, really well made book. As a quarterly title is has significantly more pages than your average comic, but beyond that it just feels large. The gutters on each page are a little smaller than standard, giving more vertical room than you may be used to. The art style is really pared down in this excellent way that makes the colors pop and be these rich, uninterrupted shapes instead of riddling these things with heavy detail. Everything feels big, in a way most comics don't manage to achieve except maybe in a splash page. It's a great effect.

    MacLean does a really fantastic job making a book about a bad man with a sword killing monsters, and isn't afraid to use really clean illustrations swimming in vibrant colors to do it. It really looks like a complete object, cover to cover, and has almost none of the magazine-style presentation all too common to a lot of comics that often makes them seem so damningly disposable.

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  • DelduwathDelduwath Registered User regular
    I haven't read Head Lopper, but I really enjoyed ApocalyptiGirl. I first came across MacLean and his work at last year's Special Edition: NYC, and found him to be a really nice dude with an art style that instantly appealed to me. I recommend it.

  • GustavGustav Registered User regular
    Island is frankly my favorite thing coming out each month. If it's not a book full of folks I adore like Farel Dalrymple and Simon Roy it's introducing me to new stuff. Which yeah. Love it and I hope it leads a long long life.

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  • Bobby DerieBobby Derie Registered User regular
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    I know some of us go on about Island, but I think it's because...it's different. And it's ballsy in a way you don't see a lot of everyday. Back in the 80s and 90s, mainstream comics were ballsy in showing a little skin, a little bad language, some violence. Hellblazer was ballsy because it tweaked taboos about the occult. Transgressive comics. It had Very Special sequences where it could talk seriously about AIDS or whatnot. Howard Chaykin's Black Kiss was ballsy for being so explicit about sex while retaining its artistic sensibilities. It was all calculated crudeness, seeing what you could get away with. And for sure, that kind of thing helped push the boundaries of what was permissible in comics. But Island is a different kind of ballsy.

    The cover and main story for this issue is by Onta, who is best known for his furry homosexual comics on the web. He's done print, but if he's ever done anything mainstream before, I've never heard about it. The fact that he's done porn isn't a big deal. Brandon Graham did porn. Jerry Siegel did porn, back when he was drawing Superman. And this is not a porn comic. But what it is, is a talented artist getting the chance to tell a story for a (hopefully) larger audience. And it's a story that's a lot more ballsy than most of what Vertigo ever cooked up, because it doesn't have to be crude to get the message across.

    And it helps that the rest of the issue is great and is just...different. I know we have a wide range of choice in comics, but I'm so burnt out on the costumed shenanigans of the Big Two, I'm really just happy to relax and lose myself in a good anthology comic.

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    I'm still really digging The Spire. I won't say it's a favorite or anything, because I have a feeling that it could have been scripted a little tighter, or the background developed a little more. But y'know what? It's been pretty rock solid since issue one. Serious at the right moments, silly at the right moments. It doesn't rush itself, and what we learn of the world I like. I want to see more of it. And that's more than you can say for a lot of comics.

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    Cheating a little on this one, since it's a Euro-comic (or something; Jodowrosky is Argentinian or something). I am a long-time fan of Jodowrosky's comics, which tend to read like Dune-fanfiction crossed with a blend of Eastern and Western mysticism. Showman Killer's set more-or-less in the same general 'verse as The Incal and The Technopriests, so you sort of know the drill: space royalty, cosmic empires that run on gold coins, impossible weapons and invincible warriors, dastardly shenanigans, a dollop of sex and some screwy religions. If you like Jodowrosky, you'll like this one; otherwise, skip it.

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  • Ah_PookAh_Pook Registered User regular
    edited January 2016
    I've been real into Monstress and Black Magic so far.

    Monstress is beautiful and does some really neat world building. I would day what is about but a lot of it's unclear so far. There are monsters and there's a religion that is basically at war with them? That art though!

    Black Magic is like my wife and I's favorite TV shows but in a comic book. Also the art is just gorgeous. Mostly black and white but with really striking and subtle uses of color. It's about a cop who's a witch.

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  • DouglasDangerDouglasDanger PennsylvaniaRegistered User regular
    Did anyone read Prophet Earth War? How is it?

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  • Ah_PookAh_Pook Registered User regular
    Bought it but haven't read it yet. From a quick skim it looks in line with the previous prophet stuff, ie totally fucking insane sci Fi stuff. Will read this afternoon and report back, but given my total love of the previous series I expect to be real into it.

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  • DelduwathDelduwath Registered User regular
    Ah_Pook wrote: »
    I've been real into Monstress and Black Magic so far.

    Monstress is beautiful and does some really neat world building. I would day what is about but a lot of it's unclear so far. There are monsters and there's a religion that is basically at war with them? That art though!

    Black Magic is like my wife and I's favorite TV shows but in a comic book. Also the art is just gorgeous. Mostly black and white but with really striking and subtle uses of color. It's about a cop who's a witch.

    I'm really liking Black Magic so far, but I also just feel like "procedural + [genre]" is a combination that can't lose (for me, at any rate). I guess Black Magic has been a little lighter on the "procedural" side of things, but still.

    Monstress just did not work for me at all. It's obviously a masterfully-done comic, but I found the (metaphorical) ugliness and cruelty in the first issue exhausting. I think there's a danger in refusing to consume media because it makes you feel "bummed out" or whatever; to be a literate, erudite person, you need to consume more than just fun and happy things. At the same time, at what point does the value of reading something that routinely bum me out start to wear thin? When DC's New52 launched, I tried to be super-supportive, and bought probably 75% of the books. I quickly dropped Swamp Thing and Animal Man (despite really wanting to like them, and really wanting them to succeed), because I just felt mildly depressed after every single issue. The deformed and tormented living creatures that were depicted in both books just tired me out emotionally, and I felt like the books were draining me without providing any meaningful value in return. The first issue of Monstress made me feel the same way: that I took a beating without getting back anything of value. This is just my personal experience, though; I really hope that the book works out, because Marjorie Liu is a great a writer and the book is clearly very meaningful to her, and comes from a personal place.

  • Linespider5Linespider5 A howling bucket of tar. Registered User regular
    Spire is also a comic that strikes me as being designed to be a comic book, in that the single issues look like strong piece of art, presentation-wise.

    Sometimes, I think that there might need to be some kind of unwritten rule about covers, like, "If it's not part of the original art, no more than five words/names showing on the front cover. This limit includes the title of the book."

    I swear, so many books are starting to look to me like they were attacked by postage stamps, and it's beginning to give me the same reaction as looking through a dirty window at something.

  • DelduwathDelduwath Registered User regular
    I feel like I'm so inured to that kind of thing that all the non-art things on a cover are like online ads: I don't even see them anymore.

  • Bobby DerieBobby Derie Registered User regular
    I'm still reading October Nation. I like Steve Niles, but I don't think he's used to writing ongoing series; or else I'm not used to reading it. Feels...the opposite of rushed. Like there's eight pages of ideas spread out in 32 pages of comic. It's not bad, I just wish it would flow faster, issues more self-contained. I like the art by Damien Worm a little bit better, though; it fits Niles' script nicely.

    Injection is another regular pick-up, although I think it'll read better in the trades, because the wait between issues kills me. Ellis is on familiar ground here, and you slip into his writing like a comfortable shoe; the art is clean - don't know if I've seen Declan Shalvey on anything before - and I don't normally note colorists, but Jordie Bellaire makes some very balanced compositions. Over all, I really like this series and want to see more of it.

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  • DelduwathDelduwath Registered User regular
    Declan Shalvey I first saw on the Ellis-written "Moon Knight" from 2014 (which I also really liked), but it looks like he hasn't done too much stuff.

  • Ronin356Ronin356 Nowhere MORegistered User regular
    IDW's Victorie City is worth checking out. A noir story with cool off beat artwork.
    Link here; http://www.comicbookresources.com/comic-previews/victorie-city-1-idw-2016

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  • Bobby DerieBobby Derie Registered User regular
    If you haven't been reading The Transformers vs. G. I. Joe, you are wrong and should correct yourself. I don't know if it's possible to sum up how outrageous and awesome it is, from the writing to the art. Secret history of Clan Destro! Snake cults! Eldritch abominations! Megatron triumphant! Something about vikings that's only been hinted at yet! Snake Eyes! Cyborgs! &c. &c. &c.

    Also, Prophet Earth War is pretty solid. I still think that the first collection of issues is the best - really, the single best re-imagining of a series ever, I'd put it against anything Warren Ellis or Alan Moore ever did - but that doesn't mean this second series is anything less than awesome, and we're only two issues in.

    There's also a new Image title out called The Discipline. I picked it up because it said "Peter Milligan" on the cover, but after reading it through I'm not sure - it reads a bit like a supernatural-themed Sex Criminals, which is kinda cool, but it's a little too thin to see if it's got any meat beneath the foreplay as yet. I dunno, it reads a bit too much like somebody wanted to do Constantine by way of 9 1/2 Weeks. It could be fun, but I reserve judgment. Art is competent, workmanlike, but doesn't wow.

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    Milligan usually needs a bit of warm up to get to the good parts. (There are exceptions though)

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    Transformers vs GI Joe is insane and incredible.

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  • ShadowhopeShadowhope Baa. Registered User regular
    edited March 2016

    There's also a new Image title out called The Discipline. I picked it up because it said "Peter Milligan" on the cover, but after reading it through I'm not sure - it reads a bit like a supernatural-themed Sex Criminals, which is kinda cool, but it's a little too thin to see if it's got any meat beneath the foreplay as yet. I dunno, it reads a bit too much like somebody wanted to do Constantine by way of 9 1/2 Weeks. It could be fun, but I reserve judgment. Art is competent, workmanlike, but doesn't wow.

    The Discipline's first issue was good enough that I plan on picking up the second issue, but not good enough that I have any intention of committing to the story yet.

    Also on the sexual content front (though it probably deserves to be X-rated, or at least a very hard R), Insexts has been an interesting read. It's a sort of penny dreadful story set in Victorian London, involving two lesbian women (a lady and her maid) who transform themselves into were-butterflies and how one of them in particular is seeing her humanity slipping away in both a literal and figurative sense through her transformation and her actions. It's a Victorian horror story with ghastly murders and social commentary and bizarre happenings, and I'm enjoying the hell out of it, but I also think that it's probably not for everyone.

    I've been reading and enjoying Black Magic quite a bit. I'm a big fan of how color is used - only to show magic in action. I also feel like it's the sort of comic that seems intentionally well suited to transition to the big or small screen.

    The Tithe is a good read. The initial arc focuses on FBI agents trying to track down a hacker targeting crooked mega-churches for real-world heists; the second arc changes things around a little and focuses on false flag attacks against Christians to drive public opinion against non-Christians. The antagonist of the first arc, Samaritan, is a lot of fun.

    Velvet by Ed Brubaker feels a lot like his Captain America run, in the best possible way. The threats are more personal, the hero is a little less nice (but still very much a hero), but the tone feels similar.

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  • Bobby DerieBobby Derie Registered User regular
    I absolutely loved the first issue of InSexts. Second issue was a bit...meh...by comparison; the limitations on the art are starting to show. Haven't picked up issue #3 yet.

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  • ShadowhopeShadowhope Baa. Registered User regular
    edited March 2016
    I'm a fan of the art in Insexts. I like the composition a lot, I appreciate that the look is very in-keeping with Victorian fashion and decor, and I think that the the color palette is gorgeous.

    I think that the story in the second issue fell short of the first, and the third issue is better than the second but not as good as the first.

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  • Bobby DerieBobby Derie Registered User regular
    Injection continues to be interesting, although this particular issue was a bit meh. Just felt unfocused. Maybe it'll read better in the trade.

    Likewise, the latest issue of Rat Queens is a mess. No sass, no wit, and the artwork has taken a bit of a nose-dive. Boo-hiss. I really miss Stepjan Sejic. Although I want him to get better. And if any of you have been missing out on his Witchblade comic, Switch, which has been delayed by his shoulder injury, he posted the unedited version of issue #3 up on DeviantArt for free. Which is a pretty cool thing to do, because while it's not exactly a fast-paced series, it is fun and I love his artwork.

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  • Dizzy DDizzy D NetherlandsRegistered User regular
    On behalf of the guys running my local comic shop: Injection's covers are terrible! (The contrast between the colours used for issue number and price (dark grey, dark brown, dark green) on a black background make it pretty tough for them to ring it up.) The actual covers are great though.

    I liked Rat Queens latest issue, but it's a things-fall-apart issue so storywise those tend to be messy. Will probably read better in trade. (Didn't know Sejic was injured though, just thought that between Switch, Sunstone and covers for various other series he'd been too busy to do Rat Queens.)

    Best of the week: Phonogram vol 3. (Still like "Singles Club" better, but art-wise this is the best so far and I like "Singles Club" because it has issue #4, which is all I want in a comic)

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  • ShadowhopeShadowhope Baa. Registered User regular
    Injection continues to be interesting, although this particular issue was a bit meh. Just felt unfocused. Maybe it'll read better in the trade.

    Likewise, the latest issue of Rat Queens is a mess. No sass, no wit, and the artwork has taken a bit of a nose-dive. Boo-hiss. I really miss Stepjan Sejic. Although I want him to get better. And if any of you have been missing out on his Witchblade comic, Switch, which has been delayed by his shoulder injury, he posted the unedited version of issue #3 up on DeviantArt for free. Which is a pretty cool thing to do, because while it's not exactly a fast-paced series, it is fun and I love his artwork.

    I feel like his faces are a little same-y (especially on women), but I love his style overall.

  • Dizzy DDizzy D NetherlandsRegistered User regular
    Shadowhope wrote: »
    Injection continues to be interesting, although this particular issue was a bit meh. Just felt unfocused. Maybe it'll read better in the trade.

    Likewise, the latest issue of Rat Queens is a mess. No sass, no wit, and the artwork has taken a bit of a nose-dive. Boo-hiss. I really miss Stepjan Sejic. Although I want him to get better. And if any of you have been missing out on his Witchblade comic, Switch, which has been delayed by his shoulder injury, he posted the unedited version of issue #3 up on DeviantArt for free. Which is a pretty cool thing to do, because while it's not exactly a fast-paced series, it is fun and I love his artwork.

    I feel like his faces are a little same-y (especially on women), but I love his style overall.

    That's a problem a lot of comic book artists have though (and again especially on women). Sue and Alicia Masters being a wig away from being the same person was a plotpoint in early FF (and makes Johnny marriage decades later ... interesting?). Akira Toriyama even has a joke on it in Dr. Slump where one of Arale's friends dresses up as their teacher by putting on a wig, with Toriyama shouting from the side that they are abusing his inability to draw more than 1 female face.

    Would be more interested to note artists that can draw more than 1 female face (apart from young woman, really old woman, really obese woman. Yes, Campbell, you're not getting away that easily).

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  • Bobby DerieBobby Derie Registered User regular
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    That is all.

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    What.

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    Is that meant to be Bruce Campbell?

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  • Bobby DerieBobby Derie Registered User regular
    Yeah. It's not the greatest cover. I love the concept, though.

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  • Dizzy DDizzy D NetherlandsRegistered User regular
    First issue of the Fix was my favourite comic this week, even beating out the first issue of Black Panther. If you've read Superior Foes of Spider-Man, it's like that. If you haven't, think a Shane McBlack or Guy Ritchie crime story in comic book. It's very funny, but it has some interesting hooks as well.

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  • Bobby DerieBobby Derie Registered User regular
    Brief, unsurprising recaps: Switch #3 is solid, and I want more of it. Transformers vs. G. I. Joe continues to be insane and is heading toward the finale, and I love it. The Discipline #2 felt rushed, and I'm not loving the art. Prophet #3 is love.

    ...I think that about wraps it up.

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  • Dizzy DDizzy D NetherlandsRegistered User regular
    Yeah, thinking about dropping The Discipline, not really feeling it and the competition is fierce at the moment.

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  • SorceSorce Registered User regular
    Unbeknownst to me, Aspen Comics is still putting out titles I would read. Kind of.

    Aspen itself is on Volume 4 (and angling towards a cross-over with another title to make a "universe"), but even more suprisingly, Shrugged got a sequel series. A sequel series that apparently stalled a couple years ago, there's 3 or 4 issues out of 6 that were released, but considering Turner himself was one of the creator-writers on the original, and it wasn't nearly as popular as I wanted it to be, I figured the company would let sleeping dogs lie.

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    The Fix was superb.

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