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Thanks both

Those are a little out of my price range unfortunately.  Will keep looking though.

Classifieds / Wanted: Nemesis bk 4 and Rogue Trooper bk 4, Titan
« on: 25 September, 2020, 09:16:24 PM »

Off Topic / Re: Large Tablet for reading comics - Surface Pro?
« on: 29 June, 2020, 02:07:17 PM »
I've very recently bought a Surface Pro 7, and it's all been pretty positive so far.

I use Cover as an app, and it's fine - although I only read the prog on it.  I don't really get any other comics these days.   

In the past I had an ipad with comic zeal, which was a better app, but the Surface ticked the most boxes for me, for what I needed a device to do this time round

Hi All

Clearing some shelf space.   

If you're interested in anything, please let me know.  I'll try and combine postage for anyone that wants more than one

Batman Eaglemoss Editions
BATMAN Zero Year Pt 1 - £1.50 + £3 p&p
BATMAN Zero Year Pt 2 - £4 + £3 p&p
BATMAN Born to Kill - £4 + £3 p&p

BATMAN- The Long Halloween (Titan) - £4 + £4p&p

BATMAN - The Official Batbook (Titan) - (TV Show Guide Book) - £1.50 + £3 p&p

SWAMP THING - Volume 1 (Titan). contains Alan Moore's first 4 issues, in B&W.   £2 +£3p&p

PREACHER - Gone to Texas (Titan) £3 +£3p&p

THE WICKED AND THE DIVINE (signed) Volume 1 - The Faust Act - £4 +£3p&p

PATIENCE- Daniel Clowes.  (hardback)  £8 +£4p&p

ROGUE TROOPER Book 3 (Titan) - £3.50 +£3p&p

CASE FILES 14  - £7 +£3p&p

BARGAINS - These are all intact but fairly bashed, hence super low price. 

Dredd - Wilderlands (Hamlyn Edition).  £1 + £3p&p
Dredd - Fetish (Hamlyn) 50p + £3p&p
Chronicles of Dredd 25 (Titan) 50p + £3p&p
Chronicles of Dredd 27 (Titan) 50p + £3p&p


Other Reviews / Re: 2000AD SCI-FI SPECIAL 2020
« on: 26 June, 2020, 01:02:36 PM »
I don't go along with the "reprints were always part of a summer special/annual".  Thirty years ago, in the IPC days maybe, but it's a very different  landscape now, and not something Rebellion have done before.   

I get the reasoning for it here, and I think the curation  theme works, but 8 quid is really stretching what I can spend on a single 2000AD, (even if it had been all new)

That said, the new stuff that's there is really really good. Al Ewing is just sublime on Dredd.  Please get him to do more.   And total hat doff to Jake Lynch for not making me miss Henry Flint - no easy ask.   

General / Re: FINAL - Dan Abnett or Pat Mills - For the Godpleton Cup
« on: 25 June, 2020, 09:55:59 PM »
The Progfather.   Big Pat

Hi Luxorjr

I've pm"d you

Classifieds / Re: Andy's Big Clearout
« on: 23 June, 2020, 11:26:04 AM »
For a fiver, I'll take it. And the Zenith hardbacks, please.

Classifieds / Re: Andy's Big Clearout
« on: 23 June, 2020, 10:59:46 AM »
Is Mazeworld the harback?   If so, I'll take that, if available.

Now this is a tough one.   Between them, these two have penned some if not most of my favourite thrills of the last few years.

I'm going with Edgin..no, Ab...no...aarrggh, I don't know!   

Edginton, I think, only on goal difference.

Mills on penalties.

Williams.   Has put his own spin on Dredd without losing anything.   Very few have managed that.

If it's the size of the Cursed Earth or Brass Sun hardbacks, I'm in.

Less so if it's casebook/Hachette size.

Ian Edington for me.

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