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It's rare that I'd vote against a Smiffy strip, but I never thought Tyranny Rex was his best. So Leviathan for me.

Though the Spurious one is a fine writer, I was never a fan of Lobster.  I did like The Dead though; it really creeped me out as a kid.

Dear me, this is a tough one - two of the best the prog has ever had.

But for mind-bending depth, perfect characterisation and dialogue, and a grasp of the zeitgeist that never seems try-hard or contrived, it's Zenith for me.

Shadows for me.   I really liked it.   Brigand Doom was fine but suffers from comparison to its clear inspiration. You know, the one by that beardy guy.

The last couple of stories were a bit lacklustre for me, but for Diggle and Jock's MC1 is perfect.  Lenny Zero.

Gideon was great fun, but it's got to be Metalzoic, an absolute classic.

General / Re: Sideshow Vote: The end of the road
« on: 09 May, 2022, 05:24:02 PM »
That's a pity, but fair play, it was very enjoyable while it lasted. Thanks for all your hard work!

It's not my thing at all, and I don't have sprogs. But I do like the idea of making a Sprogprog, and realise there aren't the resources to start a new regular comic from scratch.

So -   Yes, keep it as it is 4 regen progs and 46 regular progs a year

In those weird few minutes between sleeping and waking, I was trying to remember the name of Con Air for some reason,  and misremembered it as Air Con.  Which made me realise it's a play on words.  I think.


I rate Sooner or Later highly, but the Simon Davis droid is a god striding the earth, with brushes.

No arguments on that score, but Swifty and Co have a special place in my heart and I couldn't possibly vote against them.

I was sure the Milligan and McCarthy one would sail through.  I loved it but what do I know.

Off Topic / Re: This is the News!
« on: 06 May, 2022, 11:35:46 AM »
It would appear that Johnson's moral bankruptcy is finally getting through to voters.  Nice one, UK, I haven't given up on you all just yet!

It could be nostalgia, but The Stainless Steel Rat.  Shakira had a couple of great Latino-pop hits but some of her stuff was mediocre at best.

Sooner or Later. Pure, bottled 1980s.

General / Re: Sideshow Vote: We all are going on a summer holiday
« on: 02 May, 2022, 01:11:33 PM »
Can I just say I liked it?  It was a welcome break from the Ennis Dredds and the Strontium Dogs and Dragon Tales and the like.  I even liked Inferno at the time, though in hindsight it's a bit pants. 

The only part of the lineup I didn't like was Maniac 5 (anyone notice how Millar forgot Tony Blair died in it, and brought him back to life again?).

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