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Subj: Re: Latest Marvel Previews Thoughts
Posted: Fri Aug 01, 2008 at 04:18:54 am EDT (Viewed 53 times)
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Posted: Thu Jul 31, 2008 at 09:30:58 am EDT
The pace is glacial. But I'm glad to say I'm still with it.
Me, either. NOVA just seems to get better and better. The Silver Surfer is more interesting to me now as the reassigned herald of Galactus than he has been in a long time doing anything else. I was considering letting NOVA become something where I wait for the tpb - but nahhhhh.
I'm curious about GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY and the ongoing ETERNALS book - but I guess I'll wait on them. I dove right in with CAPTAIN BRITAIN AND MI: 13. I still prefer my comic/s to be 32 page periodicals.
As regards Project Pegasus - that had some of the best TWO-IN-ONE moments of all. NOVA is a great place to see it pop up again.
Good title. Like you need me to tell you.
He lives and he shoots in our hearts.
Reading: NOVA #12-15, assorted 60's MUTT AND JEFF, HOT STUFF and SPOOKY THE TUFF LITTLE GHOST, SUPERBOY #153 (my favourite SUPERBOY story written by Frank Robbins and depicted by Bob Brown and Wally Wood - best Bob Brown ever this S/A series!), HAWKMAN SHOWCASE vol. 2 (with any amount of tasty Murphy Anderson; Anderson even inked Kubert later on in the volume), SAGA OF THE SUPER SONS collection principally by Zany Bob Haney and Delightful Dick Dillin, PORT OF SAINTS by William Burroughs and RE/SEARCH #10: INCREDIBLY STRANGE FILMS - now, some classic old reading.
Listening: The Doors, Sam Cooke, James Brown, John Coltrane, Django Reinhardt and Billie Holiday.
Watching: DR WHO, LIFE ON MARS and OUTRAGEOUS FORTUNE. (Note: OUTRAGOUS FORTUNE is not some squalid game-show. It's a Kiwi dynastic bogan soap riot in its 4th season and I've only just discovered it.)
Flick: THIS IS ENGLAND.
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