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The Alan Grant era (pre-Satan) will see Anderson through a few more rounds for me

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Ant Wars.

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With Leatherjack I think we all expected a spiritual sequel of the same quality as Firekind.
Good as it was, it fell short on both plot and pencils.

Three series in, and Hope has yet to let me down.
Broxton is knocking it out of the park.

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Gotta be Robo-Hunter for the classics.

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News / Re: Brian Bolland Apex Edition
« on: 06 May, 2022, 05:11:51 PM »
Just how big is it, like compared to a trade or a Marvel OSHC, or something like a Hellboy Library Edition?

To give you an idea of scale...



Impressive.

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News at 6.00pm; Notorious 2000AD Regened belittler creates new Creepypasta.

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There’s some interesting psychology going on here - you wouldn’t buy it if it was separate, but the fact it technically means having a gap in your collection if you don’t, means it has to be purchased. I’m sure there are people better qualified than me to analyse that one.

The 'gap in the collection' is a huge deal for me as a collector.
Doubt I'm alone in that.

No point discussing the topic further for me personally, I just bag & board 'em after a cursory flick through.
Seems poor fare, even for the supposed demographic.
If / when it ever does get it's own separate publication I won't be buying it for any young uns.

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News / Re: Brian Bolland Apex Edition
« on: 06 May, 2022, 10:22:39 AM »
Whats the verdict on the Bollo book? Worth the price tag?


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Ampney Crucis is the stronger read here, despite the Milligan & McCarthy madness of the competition.

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News at Midday: Creeps vote out Creep

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Regrettably I didn't take to SSR as a youngster, and never bothered to revisit the series when I got older.
Must rectify that.

I'll vote for the small and humble breasted Shakara - it was really strong series throughout it's run.

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Film & TV / Re: Netflix?
« on: 04 May, 2022, 12:17:32 PM »
It was a real struggle to get broadband where I live (* The Lonely Mountain), so it's still a bit of a novelty for us for the past two years or so.

I have a Netflix and Amazon Prime account (incl. Alexa / Amazon Music), and the whole shebang comes to €22 per month, which is pretty decent as we got rid of the ever extortionate Sky in favour of Saorview TV (Ireland) & Freeview TV (UK) as well.

Can't see myself dropping either - loads of content I enjoy, easy to ignore content I don't.
Amazon free delivery (sometimes next day to ROI) makes it a no-brainer too.

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The Alienist.
All that has to be said about ST has already been said.

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That first solo Mean Machine series, though, with Richard Dolan art, that was just proper hilarious.

Yeah, the Wagner & Dolan series clinches this for me.
Mean Machine.

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Off Topic / Re: Boys Adventure comic blog
« on: 03 May, 2022, 11:15:28 AM »
It's the ol 30 year dilemma:

1992; Too many comics I want to read - not enough money.
2022; Plenty of disposable cash, very few comics I want to read.

Just do what i do go back and buy all the comics you couldn't afford to read back in the day. They've so elevated in price (in a few cases) it soon sorts out that disposible income problem.

Ah yeah, I've taken on a few quests to complete certain runs over the years.

I recently picked up a pristine CGC 9.8 copy of Byrne's Fantastic Four 233 - it has the ability to make me actually nerd-dizzy when I hold it.

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