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Saturday, January 13, 2007

The Weekend Comics Chat Open Thread - The Pre-Barcode Google Edition

I thought that was just plain funny.

OK, so what did you read this week?

I read the new NEW THUNDERBOLTS #110. It was completely awesome. Speedball?! Make sure you read CIVIL WAR #6 and CIVIL WAR FRONT LINE #10 before you dive into THUNDERBOLTS. Wow. What a ride!

What's on your stack?

Oh, and by the way, don't forget to come by the stores today and meet our guests... we'll be looking for you.



At 1/13/2007 10:26 PM, Blogger Bob BadStreet said...

I'm reading The second Manhunter trade that came out two weeks ago...Check out the current storyline as Kate Spencer defends Wonder Woman on murder charges. The first trade is a good read as well

At 1/15/2007 8:43 PM, Blogger Ralphie said...

Wow, "Bullseye" is nastier then ever. I read "BATMAN".....I'm glad the "Grotesk" story is stank. "Nightwing" wasn't much better.

At 1/16/2007 7:46 PM, Blogger stymieresh said...

OK, this post have moved down the page quite a bit so I don't know if anybody's listening...

I just read Justice #9 and I've gotta say that the spread near the end that shows the heroes walking out covered in the "Metal Men" armor is one of the coolest things I've seen in comics in a LOOOOONG time. Gave me goosebumps.



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