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I started feeling the fall once they reveled the catalyst for the disappearance.
I'm reading from trades also. Wasn't the doctor stuff in Japan (trying to be vague and not to spoil) the catalyst? I totally began zoning out reading that section.
Cerebus the Aardvarkis a strange epic indie comic book.
I see Transmet and Fell have been mentioned here, How about some love forGlobal Frequency? The subject matter is X-files-ish, but I like the idea of self-organising vigilante flash mobs.
Maus! Yes! No one's worth to describe that one, but if you try you'll probably get some more people to read it, yay!
I think "Nextwave" would be a great one. It is a parody of Superhero comics done by the very business that makes them. On top of that it is just a lot of fun to read.
I just finished Super Spy from Top Shelf, I'd love to hear their thoughts on it.
I just finished Super Spy from Top Shelf, I'd love to hear their thoughts on it.Didn't we do that already?
How aboutTom of Finland: The Comic Collection? It might attract new listeners.
Epilepticby David B. andTrickedby Alex Robinson.
I'd really like to see you guys coverThe Boysby Garth Ennis and Derek Robertson. A friend turned me onto it and I really like the concept, but I've only read the first volume.
I started feeling the fall once they revealed the catalyst for the disappearance.
One of the great things about hanging around with Scott is that he has good taste in comics. I like to leech off him and borrow his Vertigo trades. He has a lot of the comics you mentioned, and it is sad that I read some of them before Rym does. If nothing else Rym should read Maus. I keep telling him what a masterpiece it is. You just have to stay as far away from men-in-tights as possible and then maybe you have a chance of convincing Rym to pick up an American comic. (He likes indie stuff like Scott Pilgrim and the stuff that you can buy at the MoCCA festival.) And also: When I finished Pride of Bagdad, I cryed one of those nice exhilarating cries. Except it was on the train so I had to do it quietly. Man.
Big O would be nice, too!
A great series that I really miss and think it would be a good show idea.
I don't normally make requests, but I generally trust the opinions on comics from Rym and Scott. Here's some that I thought might be interesting that could be worth a review:
Locke & Key (Couldn't find a homepage, so went to a review instead.)
I've heard that the art is pretty spectacular in the first two, and the story is at least "very good" in all three.