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General / Artists you wanna see back
« on: 18 August, 2003, 03:44:32 PM »
Greedily starting 2 threads at once, it'd be nice to note a few original artists who are sorely missed (by me anyway).  David Bishop gave a quite concise answer to this one a long time ago (where, I can't remember), by saying that they bugger off to the States, where people feed them and clothe them and they are paid movie-star salaries by the page, blah blah blah Frank Quitely blah...

But in a fantasy world, could we see more from:

Calhab Justice genius, angry, raw, vicious, beautiful.

Siku -
Was getting really interesting (even though loved, loved, loved, the look of the first pan-African Judges), then disappeared.

Kevin Cullen - like he was before he did some colour stuff.

Dean Ormston - Living in a murky world of his own fetid imaginings, down in the swamp, lowlife perfectionist.

Dave d'Antiquis -
Great art

General / Strips you wanna see gone
« on: 18 August, 2003, 03:28:06 PM »
Slaine -
Please please please get rid of this.  It's over.  Let go.  I don't care if its written by a legend of UK comics publishing.  It's boring shite weighed down by its own self importance and need to fill up an epic with material more suited to a one-off.

Rogue Trooper -
You're not going to convince me that you've got back the essence of a once-great strip simply by sticking it in black and white and inventing some new characters.  It's boring, irrelevant, pointless, weighed down by too much back story...

Devlin Waugh -
Controversial?  Probably not.  After SIX BLOODY MONTHS of the incomprehensible gobbledegook about, um, Christ only knows, we've now had SIX BLOODY MONTHS of watching Devlin make sub-Oscar Wilde quips while being hunted by unimaginatively-drawn vampires, surrounded by unintelligent nonentities.  That's SIX BLOODY MONTHS during which time we haven't actually been given characters to care about, plots to grip us, or indeed anything else to enjoy.  The character's great, but it seems to be beyond Smith to actually come up with something to do with him.  Meanwhile the art needs to come back up to the experimental, highly detailed level that Sean Philips drew the bar at.

Tales of Telguuth - It is really quite rubbish, isn't it?

Off Topic / Coca Cola hurts your mouth
« on: 14 August, 2003, 08:11:00 PM »
After a flippant post on the Q&A thread, slightly shocked to find that there may be a much much darker reason the Coke is hurting your mouth...

Link: http://www.corpwatch.org/news/PND.jsp?articleid=7909

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