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Comics shipping September 27th

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edited October 2006 in Graphic Violence
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DC COMICS
52 Week #21-$2.50
Action Comics #843-$2.99
Albion #6 (Of 6)-$2.99
American Virgin #7 -$2.99
American Way #8 (Of 8)-$2.99
Batman #657-$2.99
Batman And The Mad Monk #2 (Of 6)-$3.50
Batman: Journey Into Knight #12 (Of 12)-$2.99
Bite Club: Vampire Crime Unit #5 (Of 5) -$2.99
Blue Beetle #7-$2.99
Cartoon Network Block Party #25-$2.25
Enemy Ace Archives HC Vol. 2-$49.99
Hawkgirl #56-$2.99
Jack Of Fables #3 -$2.99
JSA Classified #17-$2.99
JSA TP Vol. 11: Mixed Signals-$14.99
Justice HC Vol. 1-$19.99
Justice League Of America #2-$2.99
Justice League Of America #2 – Variant Cover-
Kamikaze Kaito: Jeanne Vol. 5 -$9.99
Losers: Endgame TP -$14.99
Loveless #11 -$2.99
Ninja Scroll #1-$2.99
Ninja Scroll #1 – Variant Edition-
Otherworld: Book One TP -$19.99
Secret Six #4 (Of 6)-$2.99
Snakes On A Plane #2 (Of 2) -$2.99
Supergirl #10-$2.99
Supergirl And The Legion Of Super Heroes #22-$2.99
Superman: Up Up And Away TP-$14.99
Teen Titans #39-$2.99
Teen Titans Go #35-$2.25
Trials Of Shazam #2 (Of 12)-$2.99
Uncle Sam And The Freedom Fighters #3 (Of 8)-$2.99
Warlord #8-$2.99

IDW PUBLISHING
Chicanos TP Vol. 1-$19.99
Clive Barker’s Great & Secret Show #6 (Of 12) -$3.99
CSI: Dying In The Gutters #2-$3.99
Masters Of Horror TP-$17.99
Spike: Asylum #1 (Of 5)-$3.99
Transformers: Evolutions – Hearts Of Steel #4 (Of 4)-$2.99
Zombies #4-$3.99

IMAGE COMICS
Deadworld: Dead Killer TP-$14.99
Invincible #35-$2.99
Lions Tigers & Bears Vol. 2 #3(Of 4)-$2.99
Spawn #160-$2.95
Walking Dead TP Vol. 5: Best Defense-$12.99

MARVEL COMICS
All New Official Handbook Marvel Universe A To Z #9-$3.99
Amazing Spider-Man #535-$2.99
Black Panther #20-$2.99
Cable Deadpool #32-$2.99
Captain America #22-$2.99
Civil War Front Line #6 (Of 11)-$2.99
Civil War: Young Avengers & Runaways #3 (Of 4)-$2.99
Daily Bugle Newspaper – October -
Daredevil #89-$2.99
Daredevil #89 – Sketch Cover-
Daredevil HC Vol. 6-$34.99
Daughters Of The Dragon: Samurai Bullets TP-$15.99
Essential Tales Of Zombie TP -$16.99
Essential Thor TP Vol. 3-$16.99
Eternals #4 (Of 6)-$3.99
Eternals #4 (Of 6) – Romita Jr. Variant -
Haunt Of Horror: Edgar Allan Poe HC -$19.99
Heroes For Hire #2 -$2.99
Marvel Milestones: X-Men & The Starjammers Part 2-$3.99
Punisher #38 -$2.99
She-Hulk 2 #12-$2.99
Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane #10-$2.99
Stan Lee Meets Spider-Man-$3.99
Thor: Eternals Saga TP Vol. 1-$24.99
Ultimate Iron Man TP Vol. 1-$14.99
Ultimate Spider-Man #100-$3.99
Ultimate Spider-Man #100 – Bagley Variant-
Ultimates 2 #12-$3.99
X-Men #191-$2.99
Zombie #1 (Of 4) -$3.99

DARK HORSE COMICS
Berserk TP Vol. 13-$13.95
Chickenhare: House Of Klaus TP-$9.95
Kurosagi: Corpse Delivery Service TP Vol. 1-$10.95
Sock Monkey: The Inches Incident #1 (Of 4)-$2.99
Usagi Yojimbo #97-$2.99

A. D. VISION
Line Manga TP Vol. 1-$9.99

AFTER HOURS
Model Operandi GN-$5.99

AFTER-SHOCK COMICS
Sire #2 (Of 3)-$2.99

ALIAS ENTERPRISES
Revere #3 (Of 4)-$3.50

AMAZE INK (SLAVE LABOR GRAPHICS)
Wonderland #2-$3.50

ANTARCTIC PRESS
Ninja High School #142-$2.99

APE ENTERTAINMENT
UTF #3 (Of 3) -$2.99

ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS
Betty & Veronica Digest #169-$2.49
Sabrina #79-$2.25

AVATAR PRESS
More Than Mortal: Legend Reborn-$2.50
More Than Mortal: Legend Reborn – Ryp Cover-$2.99

BABY TATTOO BOOKS
Ragnar’s Kings Of The Road HC-$20.00

BIG BANG COMICS
Big Bang Presents #2: Super Frankenstein-$2.95

BLISS ON TAP
God: The Dyslexic Dog TP Vol. 1-$19.95

BONGO COMICS
Bart Simpsons’ Treehouse Of Horror #12-$4.99
Simpsons Treehouse Of Horror TP Vol. 4: Hoodoo Voodoo-$14.95

BOOKS
Everyday Mutts Comic Strip Treasury -$16.95
Get Fuzzy: Scrum Bums TP -$10.95
Pin-Up Art Of Jay Scott Pike HC Vol. 1-$24.95
Pin-Up Art Of Jay Scott Pike TP Vol. 1-$14.95
Vernaculis TP -$24.95

BOOM! STUDIOS
Second Wave: War Of The Worlds #6-$2.99

BROADSWORD COMICS
Tarot: Witch Of The Black Rose #40 -$2.95

CARNAL COMICS
Djustine: Tales Of The Twisted West #3 -$5.95

CLAYPOOL COMICS
Elvira #161-$2.50

DAKUWAKA PRODUCTIONS
Helios: Under The Gun #1 (Of 4)-$2.99

DIAMOND SELECT TOYS
Marvel Select: Cloak & Dagger Action Figures-$18.99

DIGITAL MANGA DISTRIBUTION
Il Gatto Sul G GN Vol. 2-$12.95

DRAWN & QUARTERLY
Shenzhen: A Travelogue From China HC -$19.95

DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT
Red Sonja: Monster Island One Shot-$4.99

EROS COMIX
Anal Intruders From Uranus #3 -$3.95
Arsinoe #5 -$3.95
Blowjob #19 -$3.95
Free Sexxx #1 -$3.95

FANTAGRAPHICS BOOKS
Comics Journal #278-$9.95
Runaway Comics #2 -$3.50

GEMSTONE PUBLISHING
Uncle Scrooge #358-$6.95
Walt Disney’s Comics & Stories #673-$6.95

HEXAGON COMICS
Phenix TP Vol. 1 -$20.95

ICARUS PUBLISHING
A G Super Erotic Anthology #43 -$4.99

KETTLEDRUMMER BOOKS
Don’t Cry GN -$7.95

KITTY PRESS
I Can’t Stop Loving You GN Vol. 2-$10.99

KOMIKWERKS
Anubis: Tapestry Between Twilights HC-$12.95
Blackfoot Braves Society: Spirit Totems HC-$12.95

NBM
Unholy Kinship GN-$9.95
War Fix SC-$9.95

ROSEN PUBLISHING GROUP
Graphic Biographies: Bob Marley – Musical Legend -$11.95
Graphic Biographies: Martin Luther King Jr.-$11.95
Graphic Biographies: Muhammed Ali – Boxing Hero -$11.95
Graphic Biographies: Nelson Mandela – African Statesman-$11.95
Graphic Biographies: Oprah Winfrey – Media Superstar-$11.95
Graphic Biographies: Rosa Parks – Civil Rights Heroine-$11.95

SILENT DEVIL PRODUCTIONS
Dracula Vs Capone #1 (Of 3)-$2.95

SUPER REAL GRAPHICS
Super Real #3 -$3.50

TOKYOPOP
Kingdom Hearts Vol. 1-4 GN Boxed Set-$23.99
Tokyo Tribes GN Vol. 5 (Of 11)-$9.99

VIRGIN COMICS
Ramayan 3392 AD #1-$2.99
Sadhu #3-$2.99
Snakewoman #3-$2.99

VIZ MEDIA
Shonen Jump #47 -$4.99

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  • robosagogorobosagogo Registered User
    edited September 2006
    I hope something good happens in American Virgin because it's getting progressively less interesting.

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  • TerrorbyteTerrorbyte __BANNED USERS
    edited September 2006
    52 Week #21
    Action Comics #843
    Batman #657
    Blue Beetle #7
    Jack of Fables #3
    JSA Classified #17
    Justice League of America #2
    Secret Six #4
    Supergirl #10
    Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes #22
    Teen Titans #39
    Trials of Shazam #2
    Uncle Sam and the Freedom Fighters #3
    Amazing Spider-Man #535
    Captain America #22
    Civil War: Frontline #6
    Civil War: Young Avengers & Runaways #3
    Daredevil #89
    Eternals #4
    Punisher #38
    She-Hulk #12
    Ultimate Spider-Man #100
    Ultimates #12
    X-Men #191

    :shock:

    Holy shit.

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  • saint2esaint2e Registered User regular
    edited September 2006

    DC COMICS
    52 Week #21-$2.50
    Action Comics #843-$2.99
    Batman #657-$2.99
    Batman And The Mad Monk #2 (Of 6)-$3.50
    Blue Beetle #7-$2.99
    Justice League Of America #2-$2.99
    Ninja Scroll #1-$2.99
    Supergirl #10-$2.99
    Supergirl And The Legion Of Super Heroes #22-$2.99
    Teen Titans #39-$2.99

    IDW PUBLISHING
    CSI: Dying In The Gutters #2-$3.99
    Zombies #4-$3.99

    IMAGE COMICS
    Invincible #35-$2.99
    Walking Dead TP Vol. 5: Best Defense-$12.99

    MARVEL COMICS
    Amazing Spider-Man #535-$2.99
    Cable Deadpool #32-$2.99
    Captain America #22-$2.99
    Civil War Front Line #6 (Of 11)-$2.99
    Civil War: Young Avengers & Runaways #3 (Of 4)-$2.99
    Daily Bugle Newspaper – October -
    Daredevil #89-$2.99
    Heroes For Hire #2 -$2.99
    Stan Lee Meets Spider-Man-$3.99
    Ultimate Spider-Man #100-$3.99
    Ultimates 2 #12-$3.99
    X-Men #191-$2.99
    Zombie #1 (Of 4) -$3.99

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  • Garlic BreadGarlic Bread Registered User, Disagreeable regular
    edited September 2006
    52 Week #21-$2.50
    Action Comics #843-$2.99
    Batman #657-$2.99
    Batman And The Mad Monk #2 (Of 6)-$3.50
    Blue Beetle #7-$2.99
    Jack Of Fables #3 -$2.99
    Justice League Of America #2-$2.99
    Supergirl #10-$2.99
    Teen Titans #39-$2.99
    Trials Of Shazam #2 (Of 12)-$2.99

    Invincible #35-$2.99

    Anal Intruders From Uranus #3 -$3.95

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  • DMACDMAC Moderator mod
    edited September 2006
    Keith wrote:
    DC COMICS
    52 Week #21
    Action Comics #843
    Batman #657
    Justice League Of America #2
    Teen Titans #39
    Uncle Sam And The Freedom Fighters #3 (Of 8 )

    IMAGE COMICS
    Invincible #35
    Walking Dead TP Vol. 5: Best Defense

    MARVEL COMICS
    Captain America #22
    Civil War: Young Avengers & Runaways #3 (Of 4)
    Daredevil #89
    Eternals #4 (Of 6)
    Ultimate Spider-Man #100
    Ultimates 2 #12
    X-Men #191

    Ultimate Spider-Man #100 and Ultimates #12? :shock:

    Uncle Sam and the Freedom Fighters has grown on me. I like the art but I thought it was going to be another post-modern take on superheroes, making them all gritty and political. It actually seems to be doing the opposite of that, taking characters stuck in politics and grit and making them heroes again.

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  • watchthesparkswatchthesparks Registered User
    edited September 2006
    DC COMICS
    52 Week #21-$2.50
    Batman #657-$2.99
    Justice League Of America #2-$2.99
    Secret Six #4 (Of 6)-$2.99
    Supergirl #10-$2.99
    Teen Titans #39-$2.99

    IMAGE COMICS
    Walking Dead TP Vol. 5: Best Defense-$12.99

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  • SASA Registered User
    edited September 2006
    oh man

    It was a good week for the Ultimate Universe.

    I normally just read them in the store but I had to pick up USM 100 and Ultimates. Aunt May is looking mega creepy.

    Daredevil was okay this week. The Poker bit was pretty cool.

    Eternals is really starting to get on my nerves. I might have to re-read this one. The art is still totally worth it.

    Frontline was badass. Reed's right, Speedball has changed... into a complete badass! Also, Ben Urich is the best fictional reporter ever.

    I also picked up Amazing Spider-Man even though I got a scanned copy earlier this week. It really sets up the next issue, doesn't it?

    edit - oh shit did I miss Invincible? Goddamn it.

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  • DJ EebsDJ Eebs Moderator, Administrator admin
    edited September 2006
    DC COMICS

    52 Week #21-$2.50
    Action Comics #843-$2.99
    Justice League Of America #2-$2.99

    IMAGE COMICS
    Invincible #35-$2.99

    MARVEL COMICS
    Amazing Spider-Man #535-$2.99
    Cable Deadpool #32-$2.99
    Captain America #22-$2.99
    Civil War Front Line #6 (Of 11)-$2.99
    Civil War: Young Avengers & Runaways #3 (Of 4)-$2.99
    Daredevil #89-$2.99
    Eternals #4 (Of 6)-$3.99
    Heroes For Hire #2 -$2.99
    Stan Lee Meets Spider-Man-$3.99
    Ultimate Spider-Man #100-$3.99
    X-Men #191-$2.99

    And I picked up the new Wizard too.

    Jesus Christ, am I glad I don't read much DC.

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  • Toji SuzuharaToji Suzuhara Southern CaliforniaRegistered User regular
    edited September 2006
    robosagogo wrote:
    I hope something good happens in American Virgin because it's getting progressively less interesting.

    Really? I thought this issue was starting to pick up where some of the previous issues were leaving me flat. The colorist did a great job in the club scene.

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  • robosagogorobosagogo Registered User
    edited September 2006
    robosagogo wrote:
    I hope something good happens in American Virgin because it's getting progressively less interesting.

    Really? I thought this issue was starting to pick up where some of the previous issues were leaving me flat. The colorist did a great job in the club scene.
    I haven't bought the most recent issue yet. I'll pick it up tomorrow, perhaps more eagerly than I normally would now that there's an endorsement.

    Yeah, last issue was kind of a waste except for the revelation that

    [spoiler:ecb81939da]the badass is likely a post-op transexual[/spoiler:ecb81939da]

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  • Garlic BreadGarlic Bread Registered User, Disagreeable regular
    edited September 2006
    Mini-reviews for what I've read so far. Letter/number grades annoy me, so I'll say :), :|, or :( to reading it

    52 Week #21 - Making the story interesting. Surprising: Seeing Steel less than four weeks after his last appearance! More surprising: DC recognizing that Impulse existed! :)

    Batman #657- Holy crap. :)

    Blue Beetle #7- You can tell that Giffen left. The writing is just...eh. The art on the flashbacks was all right. I mean, I like the style, but it only worked well for Blue Beetle, all of the other heroes looked hella weird. :(

    Justice League Of America #2- Sets up a story for each hero. No real action or anything, all just story. Wasn't bad. Ed Benes tries his best to look like Michael Turner, which sucks :)

    Supergirl #10- Supergirl tries a secret identity. The pacing is really weird in the issue, and the art is so-so. Kara and Wonder Girl look exactly the same. Supergirl tries to make friends with a fat chick. :|

    Teen Titans #39- Shows off some of the Titans of the last year (Zatarra, Miss Martian, and Bombshell). Art is pretty good, as it's the only book that actually makes Robin look like he's 17/18 and not 12. :)

    reviews of the other stuff when I read it

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  • Johnny FabulousJohnny Fabulous Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    dangit.
    i forgot to pick up usm and trials of shazam.

    wow, ultimates was brutal.

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  • Toji SuzuharaToji Suzuhara Southern CaliforniaRegistered User regular
    edited September 2006
    robosagogo wrote:
    robosagogo wrote:
    I hope something good happens in American Virgin because it's getting progressively less interesting.

    Really? I thought this issue was starting to pick up where some of the previous issues were leaving me flat. The colorist did a great job in the club scene.
    I haven't bought the most recent issue yet. I'll pick it up tomorrow, perhaps more eagerly than I normally would now that there's an endorsement.

    Yeah, last issue was kind of a waste except for the revelation that

    [spoiler:a76d683ac4]the badass is likely a post-op transexual[/spoiler:a76d683ac4]

    I kinda felt a little let down by the last issue, too. They thrust the new characters in with no introductions and very little actually happened, but issue 7 needed issue 6, so I'm okay with it.

    The topic of your spoiler gets addressed, somewhat. (not necessarily one way or the other)

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  • CerriusCerrius Registered User
    edited September 2006
    No Goon, Metal Gear Solid, Fables, Hellboy, BPRD....Where have my favorites gone?

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  • Mai-KeroMai-Kero Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Ultimates v2 12 is the comic of the year.

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  • BlankspaceBlankspace __BANNED USERS regular
    edited September 2006
    Mai-Kero wrote:
    Ultimates v2 12 is the comic of the year.
    I concur wholeheartedly. I should show some recognition of this. Maybe with a color? A lime if you will.

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  • Adaemus1sfAdaemus1sf Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Ultimates 12 was underwhelming to me, felt like it was jumping around too much to do anything really well. It'll probably read better in trade, when I remember what happened last issue. I did really like Hank Pym's contribution, though. [spoiler:f5bc0efc08]Yeah, I was totally infiltrating the bad guys, dudes. I swear! It's not just because we were losing![/spoiler:f5bc0efc08]

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  • ServoServo Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited September 2006
    not much single issues i wanted this week

    that is code for no singles

    i did get the last losers trade, the new superman, and 'fray' though

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  • Bad KarmaBad Karma Registered User
    edited September 2006
    Keith wrote:
    Supergirl #10- Supergirl tries a secret identity. The pacing is really weird in the issue, and the art is so-so. Kara and Wonder Girl look exactly the same. Supergirl tries to make friends with a fat chick. :|

    Im going to agree with you on your :| rating. Supergirl, ever since the OYL shift, still has not had a definite place in the DCU, which hurts the book, not to mention Ian Churchill's artwork, which isn't right for this book. Supergirl and Wonder Girl are supposed to be what, sixteen? Yet he draws them like damn pornstars..which isn't too bad..sometimes..

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  • Garlic BreadGarlic Bread Registered User, Disagreeable regular
    edited September 2006
    Well, Supergirl is technically older than Superman.

    I'm really just picking it up for when the Monitor stuff starts kicking in, which is probably never.

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  • DJ EebsDJ Eebs Moderator, Administrator admin
    edited September 2006
    No Goon, Metal Gear Solid, Fables, Hellboy, BPRD....Where have my favorites gone?

    Fables was last week, duder

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  • Target PracticeTarget Practice Registered User
    edited September 2006
    So did anybody get the YA/Runaways book?

    Did it suck?

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  • MunchMunch Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    So did anybody get the YA/Runaways book?

    Did it suck?

    I wish I would have bought Heroes for Hire instead. Or thrown my money into a fire.

    Munch on
  • DJ EebsDJ Eebs Moderator, Administrator admin
    edited September 2006
    I didn't think it was terrible, but I have pretty low standards.

    Heroes for Hire was pretty good, and I'm wondering if they're going to resolve the cliffhanger in Civil War or Heroes for Hire itself.

    In other news, this week's Captain America and Cable and Deadpool are probably my favorite tie-ins so far. I mean, damn.

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  • Mai-KeroMai-Kero Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Why did cable have a yellow speech bubble in that one panel?

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  • MelMel Registered User
    edited September 2006
    Mai-Kero wrote:
    Why did cable have a yellow speech bubble in that one panel?
    And then Wade's went white later on in the church.

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  • TM2 RampageTM2 Rampage Registered User
    edited September 2006
    EROS COMIX
    Anal Intruders From Uranus #3 -$3.95
    Arsinoe #5 -$3.95
    Blowjob #19 -$3.95
    Free Sexxx #1 -$3.95

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  • Kuribo's ShoeKuribo's Shoe Kuribo's Stocking North PoleRegistered User regular
    edited September 2006
    EROS COMIX
    Anal Intruders From Uranus #3 -$3.95
    Arsinoe #5 -$3.95
    Blowjob #19 -$3.95
    Free Sexxx #1 -$3.95

    shit, why not

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  • Target PracticeTarget Practice Registered User
    edited September 2006
    Munch wrote:
    So did anybody get the YA/Runaways book?

    Did it suck?

    I wish I would have bought Heroes for Hire instead. Or thrown my money into a fire.
    Makes sense to me. The first one was mediocre at best, and the second was terrible.

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  • wwtMaskwwtMask Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Action Comics #843-$2.99
    Justice League Of America #2-$2.99
    Black Panther #20-$2.99
    Daughters Of The Dragon: Samurai Bullets TP-$15.99
    Heroes For Hire #2 -$2.99
    Ultimate Spider-Man #100-$3.99
    Ultimates 2 #12-$3.99
    Zombie #1 (Of 4) -$3.99
    Walking Dead TP Vol. 5: Best Defense-$12.99

    FUCK. This is a terrible week for me. Not only am I three books away from my monthly budget, but my wife's birthday is in two days, so I might not even be able to get those three. :( Looks like almost all of that list is getting pushed back a couple of weeks (or months, even).

    On the upside, if I can actually find that Walking Dead TPB, I'm going to surprise the hell out of my wife (who is a huge fan of the book) with it on Saturday. She's still thinking it comes out in December. :^:

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  • Adaemus1sfAdaemus1sf Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    I see a lot of people not reading She-Hulk. Is there something you guys don't like about it?
    I have to say, it's consistently the best book I read any week it comes out, and this week's issue had a kick-ass retcon of the sort that makes sense, unlike Illuminati, or the Max Lord thing. As I gradually shorten the list of writers I can stand enough to read books by, Dan Slott's standing out as about the best Marvel writer working.

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  • SentrySentry Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Adaemus1sf wrote:
    I see a lot of people not reading She-Hulk. Is there something you guys don't like about it?
    I have to say, it's consistently the best book I read any week it comes out, and this week's issue had a kick-ass retcon of the sort that makes sense, unlike Illuminati, or the Max Lord thing. As I gradually shorten the list of writers I can stand enough to read books by, Dan Slott's standing out as about the best Marvel writer working.

    Honestly... I usually don't give derivative heroes much of a chance. Nothing personal, just a bias I have. Supergirl, She-Hulk... blah blah blah... the only one I ever enjoyed was Superboy's run on Teen Titans. Regardless, I'm sure it's a great book (but if you are arguing it's the most consistently good, then you clearly aren't reading X-Factor) but just not something I'm into...

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  • ScooterScooter Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Other than the name and the powers though, there's nothing remotely similar between Hulk and She-Hulk.

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  • MunchMunch Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Adaemus1sf wrote:
    I see a lot of people not reading She-Hulk. Is there something you guys don't like about it?
    I have to say, it's consistently the best book I read any week it comes out, and this week's issue had a kick-ass retcon of the sort that makes sense, unlike Illuminati, or the Max Lord thing. As I gradually shorten the list of writers I can stand enough to read books by, Dan Slott's standing out as about the best Marvel writer working.

    Yeah, She-Hulk had an awesome Thanos revelation in it this week. Everyone should buy this book.

    Munch on
  • Adaemus1sfAdaemus1sf Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    I do read X-Factor, and you're right, they're neck-and-neck in quality. A shame people are missing it, is all.

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  • Garlic BreadGarlic Bread Registered User, Disagreeable regular
    edited September 2006
    munch, who is the guy next to sue in your sig?

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  • BlankspaceBlankspace __BANNED USERS regular
    edited September 2006
    Keith wrote:
    munch, who is the guy next to sue in your sig?
    I think that's Rocket Red.

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  • SentrySentry Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Scooter wrote:
    Other than the name and the powers though, there's nothing remotely similar between Hulk and She-Hulk.

    Like I said, it wasn't a bias based even remotely on reality. And hell, she fucked Juggernaut, so she already has high marks in my book. I collect too many books as is, and it just doesn't appeal to me very much.

    Sentry on
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
    wrote:
    When I was a little kid, I always pretended I was the hero,' Skip said.
    'Fuck yeah, me too. What little kid ever pretended to be part of the lynch-mob?'
  • augustaugust where you come from is gone Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Sentry wrote:
    And hell, she fucked Juggernaut, so she already has high marks in my book.

    woahwoahwoah

    WHEN did this happen?

    august on
    Pac Man's character is difficult to explain even to the Japanese -- he is an innocent character. He hasn't been educated to discern between good and evil. He acts more like a small child than a grown-up person. Think of him as a child learning in the course of his daily activities. If someone tells him guns are evil, he would be the type to rush out and eat guns. But he would most probably eat any gun, even the pistols of policemen who need them.
  • SentrySentry Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    august wrote:
    Sentry wrote:
    And hell, she fucked Juggernaut, so she already has high marks in my book.

    woahwoahwoah

    WHEN did this happen?

    Way back in one of the X-Men books... when she was his lawyer after he became a good guy.

    Edit: Okay, Uncanny X-Men 435-436

    Sentry on
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
    wrote:
    When I was a little kid, I always pretended I was the hero,' Skip said.
    'Fuck yeah, me too. What little kid ever pretended to be part of the lynch-mob?'
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