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    Comics?

    I've never been big into comics, had a few when I was young, but never collected. I started reading Ultimate Spider-Man just a while back and got hooked on it. I just finished issue 100 and man it was good!! I love how they've changed the stories of every character. Has anyone else read the series? Anyone else read anything consistently?
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    I used to read Spiderman a lot when I was a kid/teen, just loved it. Right now I'm reading "Y: The last man" and "The walking dead", both are great and I hope more "serious" comics like these will keep appearing in the future. I think that a comic book in general is such a great media to bring forward great stories with relatively small budgets.
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    JMS (Straczynski) is writing Spiderman right now, right? I would so elect that guy president if I could. If there was a nuclear apocalypse, I would go and join his last holdout of civilization. Amazing guy. His Image series is out in TPB, called Rising Stars.


    Only thing I'm reading right now is BPRD. I think it's so badass since they got Guy Davis to come in and do a consistent style. I almost like how he draws the backup characters better than how Mignola does...

    And then there's always the DC/Marvel binge where I go and camp at Borders' Books and read them all. Identity Crisis was the only one that was really memorable, but that one was wicked, like Watchmen Lite or something.
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    I used to read Ultimate Spider-Man. But it's so hard for me to find new issues where I live. I try to keep up with buying the trades. People can debate Brian Michael Bendis' writing skills, but I think he's an exciting writer. If you want more Bendis, check out Powers. It's the one of the best books out there.
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    There's a lot more out there than Spidey! Plant your ass for a couple of hours in the graphic novel section and prepare to be inspired!
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    Anything by Mignola.

    AND I'll be all over RODD RACER when it comes out too!!!
    You are a level 8 ninja and even though you have a lot of weapons sometimes your ninja moves are your most powerful.
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    <~~recovering Lucifer addict

    wah! they cancelled the series! And destroyed creation....
    I'm drawing a blankin my sketchbook, that is

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    some current favorites:

    powers
    b.p.r.d.
    girls
    astonishing x-men
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    ive just begun collecting the Metal Gear Solid series (Ashley Wood), have a copy of the complete series on order as we speak. ive also come to appreciate the works of David Mack who does the Kabuki series

    Comics?

    oh and dan, i have seen and like the girls that you speak of as well. never have gotten into much marvel stuff, however.. superheros dont tend to do much to me, however if i did have to get into a series id have to say id lean towards anything with wolverine.
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    b.p.r.d is great. Although I'm not too into comics. The issues of FLIGHT are absolutely awesome. Do love those.
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    Mignola's brilliant (artwork and story wise)

    The sandman series by Neil Gaiman

    Batman (if Grant Morrison, Mark Millar or Frank Miller wrote it)

    Sin City


    And Pondus!
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    I just statted reading Ultimate Spider-Man, and I like it a lot so far. I am not as far into it as you yet. I have been buying the hardcover editions and I am just finishing up book 2. I really want to check out Ultimate X-Men. I used to read comics a lot when I was younger but just started trying to get back into them recently. Some other books I want to check out are.

    The walking dead
    Sandman
    Hellboy

    Question what is b.p.r.d?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pennywise
    Question what is b.p.r.d?
    Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense.
    its a hellboy spin off, drawn by the amazing Guy Davis.
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