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emerickman

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omike015

Subj: Re: B&B#7 Best moment in comics... [SPOILERS!!!!!]
Posted: Tue Nov 13, 2007 at 11:00:24 pm EST (Viewed 1 times)
Reply Subj: Highly Recommended: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #7
Posted: Mon Nov 12, 2007 at 04:32:51 pm EST (Viewed 1 times)

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Want to read a good (mostly) stand-alone comic with good art?

Read THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #7

This issue is what comics should be: Fun.

Seriously. This is a fun comic in the spirit of DC COMICS PRESENTS or the original B&tB in their haydays.

Waid's characterizations are spot-on. Perez's art is fantastic. And the story, while obviously feeding a larger arc, stands perfectly well on its own.

Unfortunately, I can't say much more without spoiling it, but if you miss fun team-up adventures of days gone by, give this comic a look.

omike015
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http://www.dccomics.com/comics/?cm=8153


This panel was one of the best shock moments in comics in some time! Can't rave about the whole scene & title splash enough!
preview pages link

Totally agree with you on the characterizations, ART and fun! Had read this before SUPERMAN #670 which prompted my 'how many fortresses question, http://www.comicboards.com/superman/view.php?trd=071109153159, so it's good to know it's an untold story (not missed) after your TJ Burns reply.

"I may be a thief, a user, a killer... but at least I'm not perfect." \:\)

And did I reply on the awesome art? His ordinary rocks and crystals are delightfully detailed (as usual)! Superman's transformation *gah* (definitely pain with that visual)! The cloud that looks like a plane? (*Mwahh). Last but definitely not least: the two beautiful battling babes... err..superheroines **love**love*.


> Want to read a good (mostly) stand-alone comic with good art?
>
> Read THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #7
>
> This issue is what comics should be: Fun.
>
> Seriously. This is a fun comic in the spirit of DC COMICS PRESENTS or the original B&tB in their haydays.
>
> Waid's characterizations are spot-on. Perez's art is fantastic. And the story, while obviously feeding a larger arc, stands perfectly well on its own.
>
> Unfortunately, I can't say much more without spoiling it, but if you miss fun team-up adventures of days gone by, give this comic a look.
>
> omike015
> \:\-\|



> > When did Superman build a Fortress of Solitude in the 7th Century? \:\)
>
> It was the sixth, actually, and it hasn't been shown.
>
> Great concept, though. \:\-D
>
> omike015
> \:\-\|




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