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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Heh... I read that as "Why DC Comics' Continuity Still Sucks"
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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    EXCLUSIVE: Garth Ennis on "The Boys'" Penultimate Issue Shocker - Comic Book Resources

    Got to remember to come back to this after I read the comic.
    Just read #70/71 yesterday. Stunning. The way I kinda knew this was gonna end but was dreading the whole time.

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    Look at what I got!



    Moebius & Jodorowsky for the win! Haven't started on it yet, but flipped through it and the artwork is awesome. It's a much darker world without Moebius. :( He totally influenced Geof Darrow, didn't he? I notice some similarities in style.
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    Damn, Orph. That must have set you back a few bucks.

    I have two volumes of a previous printing of that story (of three, I think), but I've never picked up the other or that because it's expensive!

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    NYCC: Garth Ennis To Launch Red Team For New Crime Line At Dynamite | Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors

    Red Team is the story of a Major Crimes task force unit in the NYPD, four of New York’s finest- and smartest- who decide to murder a suspect. Very soon, the worst possible thing that could possibly happen… happens. And that’s just episode one. Seven issues of hardcore crime drama in the tradition of The Wire and The Shield. “Earlier this year, the four members of the NYPD’s elite strike unit Red Team decided to murder a suspect. And the worst possible thing that could happen.. happened!” – Garth Ennis
    Interesting. It being only 7 issues concerns me, though, as it seems like most books he starts on and then passes to someone else after a single story end up not being anything special.
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    NYCC: Andy Diggle To Write Dynamite Crime Comic | Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors

    “It’s not every day that a publisher offers you the chance to create a whole new world from scratch, and I’m having fun cooking up something dark, funny, violent and twisted for Dynamite,” says writer Andy Diggle. “Hard-hitting genre fiction with a twist, for readers who don’t like having their intelligence insulted. The kind of comic I want to read myself. So there’s really just one question – are you in or are you out?”
    Diggle's a good writer. If you haven't read The Losers, you're missing out.

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    I watched that lame Losers movie, lol, does that count?

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    Quote Originally Posted by orpheus View Post
    I watched that lame Losers movie, lol, does that count?
    Heyyyyyyyy!!!! Jeffrey Dean Morgan son!!!!! C'mon!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Heyyyyyyyy!!!! Jeffrey Dean Morgan son!!!!! C'mon!
    Ha! I watched it mainly because I have a thing for Zoe Saldana. Seriously, it wasn't that bad of a movie, just not as good as it could had been. I have only read a few of the Losers comics. Apparently the whole series didn't last that long, say about 30 issues, but I do think I am missing out by not reading more of it.

    Life gets in the way of reading sometimes, you know?

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    RZA to Adapt Grant Morrison’s HAPPY!; Morrison to Pen the Script | Collider

    Happy! has a delightfully goofy premise. Per Heat Vision:

    Happy! centers on Nick Sax, a scummy corrupt ex-cop and hitman. After a hit goes bad and Sax is left gravely injured, he is suddenly able to see Happy, a cheerful little blue horse who won’t give in to adversity, no matter what unpleasant obstacles come in the way. Days before Christmas, Sax teams up with the saccharine horse to the save the life of a troubled kid and maybe find redemption amid the squalor of his city.
    That didn't take long at all.


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