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Old 19-11-2013, 09:37
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as a trade waiter,
I'm reading Geoff Johns Flash omnibuses and his GL run from the start. just finished Hickmans F4/FF series.
Started Batwoman the other day what a great story loads of love in it from the creators.
a variety of Marvel Now stuff big fan of the Avengers, New avengers, bends' x-men stuff. also just started reading Dan Slott's SSM and his ASM ultimate collection, great fun.
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Old 20-11-2013, 08:57
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Chart Throb by Ben Elton. I've been meaning to read it for a while.
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Old 20-11-2013, 11:00
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Buffy the vampire slayer season 8, Khan mini series, Star Trek ongoing and various Star Trek comics.
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Old 20-11-2013, 11:46
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Marvel

Daredevil
Hawkeye
Young Avengers
X-Men Legacy
Avengers AI

Image

Zero
Sex Criminals
Umbral
Three
Saga
(I'm sure there are a couple of others and I can't remember what they are)

Self Published books

And then Emily Was Gone
Exit Generation
The Standard
Dungeon Fun
And I just picked up the first colour volume of Scott Pilgrim. Looks great.
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Old 14-12-2013, 21:23
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just finished Camelot 3000.
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Old 17-12-2013, 14:28
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Batman Beyond: Hush
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Old 19-12-2013, 16:33
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Harry Redknapp's autobiography got it in the secret santa at work
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Old 26-04-2015, 20:17
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"Plastic Man: On the Lam" by Kyle Baker. A very cartoonish style of art is employed
here, which probably wouldn't work for most other characters, but it fits Plastic Man
fine. There are a lot of clever gags as well.
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Old 26-04-2015, 20:44
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I'm into Philippa Gregory books at the moment and on a market stall I found some at 1.50 so bought five

I've started with this one:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Lady_of_the_Rivers
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Old 26-04-2015, 20:49
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I'm into Philippa Gregory books at the moment and on a market stall I found some at 1.50 so bought five

I've started with this one:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Lady_of_the_Rivers


Um... .no offense, but this thread is for COMIC books.
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Old 27-04-2015, 12:50
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'Saga'. It's great so far.
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Old 27-04-2015, 14:59
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Reading Hack/Slash Omnibus.
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Old 27-04-2015, 20:16
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Um... .no offense, but this thread is for COMIC books.


I just saw the thread title...
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Old 27-04-2015, 22:16
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I just saw the thread title...

No worries. Hey, maybe if Philippa Gregory lets people do graphic-novel
adaptation of her books, you can visit here again!
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Old 28-04-2015, 18:39
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"Lucky Luke-Dalton City" by "Morris" and Rene Goscinny.

I love this-it's a hilarious spin on every Western cliche you can think off, as our hero sets out to clean up the titular town. My favourite gag is set in a sleazy bar* -

Customer:"37? There ain't 37 numbers on a roulette wheel!"

Croupier: "There are on this one, an' I got a seven-shooter that says so!"



*Well, as sleazy as a kid's comic would allow.
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Marvel Zombies
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Old Yesterday, 11:56
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The Sculptor by Scott McCloud and The Fade Out by Brubaker and Phillips both excellent reads.
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