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Blue Jay

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Subj: Re: Only the Old Stuff is Good - At Least Dark Horse Comics Still Cares
Posted: Tue Nov 20, 2007 at 07:36:13 pm EST
Reply Subj: Now, more than ever, I'm glad I dropped all of the DC and Marvel books . . .
Posted: Tue Nov 20, 2007 at 07:10:10 pm EST

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...I was reading.
Didio need to go. Nobody hurt the DC Universe as much as he has done in the last few years.
Fortunatly, most Indy properties are handled by their creators, so they're always made in a respectful way. Unlike what happens at DC and Marvel, where no one respects the characters.



"Ladies and gentlemen! You've read about it in the newspapers! Now, shudder as you observe, before your very eyes, that most rare and tragic of nature's mistakes! I give you... the average man!"
(by Joker, from The Killing Joke).

> ...I was reading.
> Didio need to go. Nobody hurt the DC Universe as much as he has done in the last few years.
> Fortunatly, most Indy properties are handled by their creators, so they're always made in a respectful way. Unlike what happens at DC and Marvel, where no one respects the characters.
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> "Ladies and gentlemen! You've read about it in the newspapers! Now, shudder as you observe, before your very eyes, that most rare and tragic of nature's mistakes! I give you... the average man!"
> (by Joker, from The Killing Joke).

I gave up on DC and Marvel Comics quite some time ago. Ever since they ceased to care about their properties I have not gotten a single new comic from them. Dark Horse Comics is now my favorite publisher of comics.

The only comics I will get from DC are the hardcover re-releases of Batman: The Man Who Laughs and Batman: The Killing Joke, along with some of Alan Moore's material.


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