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Action, Frankenstein, Batgirl, JL Dark, Demon Knights. And if Milligan disappoints, I switch to either Stormwatch or Animal Man, depending on whether I’m enjoying Demon Knights or Frankenstein more.
It didn’t take me too long to decide.
Josh has officially lost his mind. Don’t buy into the hype, Josh!
THOU SHALL NOT UNMAKE THE MARRIAGE OF LOIS AND CLARK,
FOR THOU SHALL BECOME A DOUCHE LIKE THE QUESADA BEFORE YOU!!!!
to be continued???
missed you guys I thought that Josh killed himself after the dc reboot thing.
Justice League, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, The Fury of Firestorm, Justice League International, Green Lantern
Green Lantern Corps, Green Lantern: The New Guardians, Batman, Batman & Robin, Batwoman, Batgirl, Birds of Prey, Catwoman, Nightwing, Swamp Thing, Animal Man, Frankenstein, Agent of SHADE, Teen Titans, Stormwatch, Blue Beetle, Action Comics.
Thing is, that’s only a couple more than my DC pull list usually.
I didn’t buy anything from DC before this gimmick, and I’m not going to be buying anything afterwards.
Nobody’s pored over the Torah that way in the last 1,500 years or so. The Talmud, on the other hand… But there’s no dramatic entrance associated with the Talmud.
I’m tentatively picking up more than i’ve ever been interested in at one time, from DC:
Action Comics, Superman, Superboy, Batman, Detective Comics, Batgirl, Batwoman, Catwoman, Red Hood And The Outlaws, Batwing, Nightwing, Batman And Robin, Green Lanterns: New Guardians, Animal Man, Swamp Thing, Legion Lost, Aquaman, Flash, Green Arrow, Captain Atom, Legion of Superheroes, Batman: The Dark Knight, Demon Knights, Frankenstein: Agent Of SHADE,
But i think what many of us, at least the people i know, are more interested in is the oportunities this presents for new stories, status quos, new creative teams we’ve never seen on certain books, etc. I don’t think anyone is really looking at this and thinking that they are getting in on the ground floor of a brand new DCU that will last for 30 years or something. At least, if people are thinking that way, i haven’t encountered them during this last 3 weeks or so.
Finally! I’m caught up! 🙂
Love the series. Any plans on returning to posting multiple comics per week again?
Brandon and I certainly talk about it, but at the moment it doesn’t seem feasible unless we go to a shorter panel count. (Which we’ve also talked about)
What about the Green Lantern movie? Do we get something from you about that? I wrote about it on my blog (http://socialistatheistnerddude.blogspot.com/2011/06/review-of-green-lantern.html) (spoilers in review) but I’m interested to see your take.
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