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Justice League #1 Jan. 19th, 2007 @ 02:55 am
This isn't an excerpt from a comic but hopefully it still fits the bill for this community.  This run of the League is pretty much the main reason I kept collecting comics when I was in my late teens and deciding I needed to grow up and not be so geeky as I went off to college. Needless to say I totally abandoned that line of thinking almost as soon as I commited to it. Oh, and this is x-posted a few places, if that's relavent.

Yes, this is Wolverine... Jun. 23rd, 2006 @ 03:09 am

Exiles #86 Jun. 6th, 2006 @ 03:01 am
I have nothing more to say to this. May contain mild Exiles spoilers but I have trouble caring.

May. 1st, 2006 @ 03:34 pm

Racism ahoy! Apr. 19th, 2006 @ 12:44 am
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Press Release

Do you love Nextwave: Agents of H.A.T.E.? An avid fan of coloring books? Boxers or briefs? Well, you’re in luck because you the reader get to be the colorist for a very special Variant issue of Nextwave: Agents of H.A.T.E.

For Nextwave: Agents of H.A.T.E. #5, Marvel is releasing both a regular version as well as a Crayon Butchery Variant. Now you can not only read but COLOR Monica, the Captain, Boom Boom, Machine Man and all your favorite Nextwave characters. Be careful with Dirk Anger. He’ll get mad (angry?) if you mess up. Plus, you can make the myriad of explosions drawn by Stuart Immonen and Wade von Grawbadger all sorts of pretty colors. Like magenta. Mmmmm…magenta.

Tell your local comic retailer that you want your Crayon Butchery Variant! Yes, CRAYON BUTCHERY VARIANT!!!

Marvel is putting the crayon in your hands with this very special Nextwave: Agents of H.A.T.E #5 Crayon Butchery Variant. Just remember to try to stay inside the lines, or it’s your head. Oooga booga.

Written by Warren Ellis
Pencils & Cover by Stuart Immonen
32 PGS./Parental Advisory ...$2.99
FOC - 5/4, On Sale - 5/24/06

Written by Warren Ellis
Pencils & Cover by Stuart Immonen
32 PGS./Parental Advisory ...$2.99
FOC - 5/4, On Sale - 5/24/06

Apart from just the neat gimmicks like this crayon issue, this hilarious new series will have you laughing until you explode. If any of you haven't been picking this up at your local shop, you need to start.

Why aren't you out buying this right now?
» Ha ha! Awkward cameos.
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Goddammit moojew it's your turn already.

Anyway I don't actually have an issue # for this but hey I posted something.
» from Billy the Kid's Old Timey Oddities #2:
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I love comics with an element of horror to them. I should start posting shit from Doom Patrol.
» The Goon... again. - Eric Powell

You're up, may.
» Adventures in the Rifle Brigade: Operation Bollock, by Garth Ennis w/art by Carlos Ezquerra

It's a mini about a bunch of British commandos searching for Hitler's other ball (which has mystical powers). And it's written by Ennis. That's all you need to know. The original Rifle Brigade mini is also very good.

Okay, moojew, you have to post something now.
» The Goon (v2) #3: "A Christmas Story" by Eric Powell
The Goon has been through two runs and is currently on it's third. It has a digustingly juvenile sense of humor and I love it for that. And apparently so do lots of others because it's been nominated for several awards (including 2 Eisner Awards in 2005)

This from is from the second run, and isn't really representative of the kind of jokes that usually run through this series, but it's always made me chuckle.

This comic was completely produced by toothless hillbillies.

Wikipedia link: The Goon
» Tales from the Bully Pulpit by Cereno & Macdonald - Image
Let's see, how do I best sum up this comic?

Teddy Roosevelt and the ghost of Thomas Edison travel through time to fight the Son of Hitler on Mars.

As ridiculous as it sounds, this is a brilliant & witty comic.

» From Fell #3, by Warren Ellis

Buy this comic. It's only like $2 an issue.
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I don't actually know where this one's from, but it's always made me laugh.

» The Ultimates v1 #13 by Mark Millar

Captain America finally figured out how to control The Hulk.
» From Fables

» Pancakes, a two-page short from the pages of Hellboy, by Mike Mignola
The comic Hellboy is a lot better than the movie Hellboy.

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