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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    That's nice stuff. Is the cover more polished than the inner art?
    Not sure. In the Joker book he did with Brian Azzarello, the artwork looked like this:





    I expect it'll look similar inside this one.

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    Bendis and Maleev Talk "Moon Knight" - Comic Book Resources

    The writer is taking an approach to the character as "a man who loves his personalities" and is looking for ways to have them work together. With his new role in the Secret Avengers, "wouldn't it be interesting if his psyche was more emboldened by this" and adapted the personalities of the Avengers, Bendis remarked.

    “And wouldn't it be fun to see the criminals of the Marvel universe not know how to deal with this completely insane person who thinks he's Spider-Man one day, Wolverine the next?”

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    "He doesn't have full control over his personalities, which is part of the fun," Bendis said. "Just because he wants Spider-Man or Wolverine to take over, doesn't mean that's what's going to happen." But "I'm much more interested in his character as a pro-active Avenger" than a depressive hero, Bendis added.
    Oh. Ok.

    Well, I'll buy anything with Maleev art in it, but... uh... ok.

    Also of note in the article:

    Asked what was the first thing that popped into their heads about "Moon Knight," both Bendis and Maleev said "Sienkiewicz." Bendis added that they are working with Bill Sienkiewicz on "Dared End of Days." "With the deepest respect I have for him, I almost try to not look at his issues—I don't want to be influenced by them," Maleev said. "The books sitting on my desk right now are not Bill Sienkiewicz 'Moon Knight.'"
    Now THAT sounds cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    Not sure. In the Joker book he did with Brian Azzarello, the artwork looked like this:





    I expect it'll look similar inside this one.
    nice stuff...what book is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    Bendis and Maleev Talk "Moon Knight" - Comic Book Resources



    Oh. Ok.

    Well, I'll buy anything with Maleev art in it, but... uh... ok.

    Also of note in the article:



    Now THAT sounds cool.
    hmmm...that explains the hands in the artwork. I always liked MK when he was a little...not so sane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    nice stuff...what book is that?


    "Joker" by Azzarello and Bermejo.

    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    hmmm...that explains the hands in the artwork. I always liked MK when he was a little...not so sane.
    Yeah, me too. I'm not sure about him thinking he's Wolverine, but I'm willing to give it a shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post


    "Joker" by Azzarello and Bermejo.



    Yeah, me too. I'm not sure about him thinking he's Wolverine, but I'm willing to give it a shot.

    Oh...I have that Joker book. Ok top of the list now. As far as MK, I hope he is b&gsh#t nucking futs.

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    [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MkhtXd-0UVc&feature=player_embedded"]YouTube - Warren Ellis on America[/nomedia]

    I was there.

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    Screenwriter Hired for Mark Millar’s ‘Nemesis’

    The comic was pretty entertaining. Sort of a "What if Batman was a bad guy?"

    Probably make a cool movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    Screenwriter Hired for Mark Millar’s ‘Nemesis’

    The comic was pretty entertaining. Sort of a "What if Batman was a bad guy?"

    Probably make a cool movie.
    Yeah...heard the comic was 'not-so-deep' which makes it almost a natural for a film. Is that the case?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Yeah...heard the comic was 'not-so-deep' which makes it almost a natural for a film. Is that the case?
    Absolutely. It's very Mark Millar-ish. A lot of fun, violent and lots of bad words. Not much else.

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