Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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Cornelius

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The Overlord

Subj: Slott or Allred material
Posted: Tue Mar 04, 2008 at 06:08:19 pm EST
Reply Subj: The Ringmaster and the circus of Crime
Posted: Fri Feb 29, 2008 at 01:36:21 pm EST

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Why are the ringmaster and the Circus of crime so lame, I always thought an evil circus should be way creepier and scarier than what is often presented in the pages of comics.

> Why are the ringmaster and the Circus of crime so lame, I always thought an evil circus should be way creepier and scarier than what is often presented in the pages of comics.

I like them just the way they are. However, they do require updating. I'd see what ideas Dan Slott or Peter Milligan had.

I'd love Mike Allred to draw the Circus. He's also a very good writer.

Corn
Reading: Nearing the end of the snazzy METAL MEN SHOWCASE vol. 1, the Moench/Sienkiewicz MOON KNIGHT Classics - a selection (after which I'll reread the first twelve issues of the fresh series), WEDDING PREPARATIONS IN THE COUNTRY AND OTHER STORIES by Franz Kafka and the THE HISTORY OF NEW ZEALAND by Keith Sinclair.
Listening: Johnny Cash and Tom Waits.
Watching: EXTRAS and FLIGHT OF THE CONCHORDS are a given. On dvd: PENNIES FROM HEAVEN (the original BBC series from 1978 with Bob Hoskins - every bit the other Dennis Potter masterpiece that THE SINGING DETECTIVE is) and SPACE 1999 (such highly welcome cheese.)
Flicks: HERCULES UNCHAINED (with Steve Reeves wrestling tiger-skins in awesome spaghetti magnificence.)



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