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Messages - sheridan

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Prog / Re: Prog 2137 : Mind how you go...
« on: Today at 02:45:23 pm »
List of names: Or P. Wildbeest. Rick Clark, W Gosmore, Steve Alan, Ben Haldean, Jack Adrian, TGBW Cribbling, Bill Henry, Jack Hamilton Tee, James R Montague...

Also Ian Holland wrote a few things for New Eagle.

Sorry - missed that  Rick Clark had already been mentioned.

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Prog / Re: Prog 2137 : Mind how you go...
« on: Today at 02:43:47 pm »
List of names: Or P. Wildbeest. Rick Clark, W Gosmore, Steve Alan, Ben Haldean, Jack Adrian, TGBW Cribbling, Bill Henry, Jack Hamilton Tee, James R Montague...

Also Ian Holland wrote a few things for New Eagle.

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Prog / Re: Prog 2137 : Mind how you go...
« on: Today at 02:41:12 pm »
Did anybody mention Mike Stott yet?

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Prog / Re: Prog 2137 : Mind how you go...
« on: Today at 02:39:24 pm »
Cal Hamilton - Dan Abnett, pinching our red noses.


Was that the Malone story?

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General / Re: Space Spinner 2000AD
« on: Today at 01:34:25 pm »
In our thrilling hundred and fifty-ninth episode Fox and Conrad continue their journey through the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic with Progs 503-506 of 2000AD, covering January of 1987. This episode Dredd handles Varks, DJs, and novelists, Nemesis splits the team and Thoth is doing time crimes, Johnny Alpha makes a new friend, Sláine talks old times, and our Bad Company friend Malcolm is having a bad day. Also Conrad tries to explain what’ll be going on behind the scenes of 2000AD in the year 1987, and will surely be corrected from all corners, to say nothing of our pronunciation of Niamh!

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Please let me know what you think of the episode!

BIZMO KLUX!  Night of the Rad-Beast - "need bits for Bizmo!"

(I've only listened to half - note to self - don't listen to the bit about the old king having to eat Fomorian waste while eating lunch)

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General / Re: how to do a prog slog
« on: Today at 11:20:16 am »
I could imagine Walter going crazy with a label maker one day and putting multiple tags on Dredd's lawgiver!

You might be on to something there - the latest Wite to Walt has something about Walter sewing Dredd's name into his long johns...

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General / Re: how to do a prog slog
« on: 23 June, 2019, 09:06:35 pm »
Today's post was: Prog 54: We’re under attack! Can’t see — can’t *gasp* even think! Aargh!

I learn the difference between a shoal of fish and a school of fish, thanks to Belardinelli (kinda).

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General / Re: how to do a prog slog
« on: 23 June, 2019, 01:14:40 am »
Prog 53: That thing already has my face, my voice, my memories! And now… it’s got my ship! came out.

John Probe returns, we get to see where Walter's pleasure circuit was installed and I reveal my pet hate.

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News / Re: Dredd Month in September
« on: 22 June, 2019, 11:23:53 pm »
I don't think any of the stories were ever named, but going through my database I seem to have named all of them, which might give an idea of how bonkers it gets:


Max Fu
To Russia with Max
Mad Max
The Bad Bikers
Big Joe
The Hot-Rod Granny
Punishing the Piggetts
The Beadles
Max-Mania

I remember up to the Russia bit - must haven stuck with Eagle (and Scream! and Tiger) for longer than I thought.

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Events / Re: Mike Dorey at LFCC
« on: 22 June, 2019, 11:21:01 pm »
I had the privilege of interviewing Mike Dorey and Mick Mcmahon together in Enniskillen and the were great.
Mike had some really fantastic commissions with him as well.

From the original link:
Quote from: LFCC
Apart from a recent Scottish convention, this is Mike's SECOND EVER CONVENTION, and is a must-see!

Enniskillen may be small, but it still counts as a convention, right?  Making LFCC at Olympia Mike's third convention...

Speaking of which, it's tempting - I do like Dorey's Invasion, MACH Zero and Ro-Jaw's Memoirs...

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Prog / Re: Prog 2136 - Last Chance To Shine!
« on: 22 June, 2019, 02:16:43 am »
I've only had time to read Dredd so far, but that is a hell of an opening episode. More from the Kenny droid please.

Niemand?


Who?  ;-)

I see others beat me to it!

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Prog / Re: Prog 2136 - Last Chance To Shine!
« on: 21 June, 2019, 10:37:30 pm »
I've only had time to read Dredd so far, but that is a hell of an opening episode. More from the Kenny droid please.

Niemand?


Who?  ;-)

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Other Reviews / Re: 2019 Sci-Fi Special: A Tribute to Carlos Ezquerra
« on: 21 June, 2019, 10:09:11 pm »
A great special - as with many on this thread, I've read the strip pages only so far, though I think I'll probably read the script pages within the next month.  So many script pages make me think it'd be a good basis for a fan art competition, or an advent calendar style month...

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General / Re: Oh no not another re-read thread (progs 336 to 729)
« on: 21 June, 2019, 02:38:22 pm »
Yeah… Ortiz' stint on Rogue is an odd one — his art is great… I've commented before that he had one of the most distinctive ways of lighting figures I can think of — generally with a strong primary light source and a secondary 'bounce' light that somehow immediately makes me think of westerns. But his Rogue just never 'felt' like Rogue.

True - for artwork that he truly made his own, see The Thirteenth Floor (from the pages of Scream! and Eagle).

Pretty sure Jim would already know about that one - this is aimed at anybody not familiar with it - also, always good to jog memories, especially when you get to our age!

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General / Re: Oh no not another re-read thread (progs 336 to 729)
« on: 21 June, 2019, 02:37:34 pm »
Yeah… Ortiz' stint on Rogue is an odd one — his art is great… I've commented before that he had one of the most distinctive ways of lighting figures I can think of — generally with a strong primary light source and a secondary 'bounce' light that somehow immediately makes me think of westerns. But his Rogue just never 'felt' like Rogue.

True - for artwork that he truly made his own, see The Thirteenth Floor (from the pages of Scream! and Eagle).

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