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Friday, October 13, 2006

The Weekend Comics Chat Open Thread - the Worst Albom Cover Ever Edition!

So what did you all read this week? I read DORK, FABLES, CROSS BRONX, and re-read CRIMINAL #1 (yes, it's that good), and I gazed longingly at ABSOLUTE SANDMAN VOLUME 1, which by the way is completely awesome. And now I'm going to read CAPTAIN AMERICA: WINTER SOLDIER Vols 1 AND 2... Volume two just came in, and I desperately need to catch up on this book. Later.

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At 10/13/2006 11:50 PM, Blogger Bill at Comix Connection said...

By the way, it's FRIDAY THE THIRTEENTH!

AIEEEEEE!


Of couse, I am not a sufferer of paraskevidekatriaphobia, so... meh.

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At 10/14/2006 8:32 PM, Blogger GuyFawkes said...

I am read wolverine Origins and I have to say... it is not as good as I thought his would be. SO much potential but it is not delivering so far.

Civil War: Frontline..Excellent(said like Bill and Ted)

Also, Ultimate Xmen seems to be turingin for the better.

 
At 10/14/2006 10:56 PM, Blogger G-evan said...

Hey, Bill: I agree with you: Criminal was GREAT!!

Uncanny X-Men was good, Ultimate X-Men was the best that I've read under Robert Kirkman's writing yet. I love Ultimate Power, and Civil War: Frontline was good. The best part was the Speedball storyline...does anyone else think that Reed is behind Speedball's (as far as we know) attempted assasination? It seems like to much of a coincidence if it isn't him, after all.

 

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