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Edginton for Leviathan and a few other choice offerings.

Alan Grant for a body of work that is measured in decades. Like the Moore but he jumped a bit to early for 2000ad icon status

McKenzie magic takes the day.

Fodder v Bad Company for me and the sainted one takes it for Kek-W.

A Mills bomb for me.

Rob Williams for me.

Dan's the man for me.

Ian Edginton as I like 'Leviathan' more than anything that Morrison has done in an albeit still impressive body of work.

Garth Ennis. I liked 'Judgement Day'. There, I said it.

Film & TV / Re: Bill and Ted Face the Music
« on: 09 June, 2020, 05:12:24 PM »
Zoolander and Anchorman (to a lesser extent) showed that a reboot isn't always good news. I shall however air guitar all the way to this one. Excellent.

Prog / Re: Prog 2185 - U.S. Marshals!
« on: 08 June, 2020, 09:55:02 PM »
Hope this doesn't turn into Dredd's version of the Rogue classic 'The Hit'!

Quch quack Bish-op, it's Gerry for me.

Zenith and Billy Candy apart Morrison can't lace Grant's 2000ad Judge boots. Monavie's finest for me.

If I had the collected 2000ad works of both it would be Moore's admittedly much thinner volume that I'd pick up first. So Beardy it is then!

Being fair and objective there is only one winner here - props to Mr Fleisher but this is a Morrison  landslide for me.

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