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Saturday, February 03, 2007

The Weekend Comics Chat open Thread - The I Work in a Cubicle in the Soul-crushing Barcode Building Edition




Hey! What's new? What did you read this week? I read WALKING DEAD #34... and what can I say but:

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH! What NOW? Holy mackerel! They're ALL DOOMED! EEEEEK!

*ahem*


Seriously, WALKING DEAD is one of the best comics out there... just when you get complacent, writer Robert Kirkman yanks the rug right out from under you. And Charlie Adlard's art fits the book perfectly. This book is ALWAYS in my Personal Top Ten. If you get a chance, check it out!

So what did you read?

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7 Comments:

At 2/03/2007 1:25 PM, Blogger Ned at Comix Connection said...

I agree Bill. Walking Dead keeps moving up in my top ten favorite comics. It just keeps getting better and better. Anyone can catch up quick to the story line as the whole story so far is available in Trade Paperbacks...of course they are available at your favorite local comic shop...Comix Connection...

 
At 2/03/2007 3:24 PM, Blogger stymieresh said...

As usual, I'm a late comer...

Bill, you had been raving about Fell in one of your posts a while ago, so I picked it up the first ish at the store a week back and LOVE it. So, how many issues have I missed?

 
At 2/04/2007 9:24 AM, Blogger Ralphie said...

Walking Dead is really good. It was awesome reading all the trades. Daredevil was.....okay I guess the Daredevil...KIngpin drama just never gets old......to some.

 
At 2/04/2007 12:46 PM, Blogger Bill at Comix Connection said...

Ned - Absolutely! All the trades are always in stock!

stymieresh - I think it's up to #6, most of which we have, PLUS #7 is coming in this week! Let us know if you want them and want signed up!

ralphie - Yeah, I paged through that DAREDEVIL and I thought it looked like something I had already read...

 
At 2/04/2007 4:02 PM, Blogger Ned at Comix Connection said...

I'm afraid I have to agree with you guys. I was really digging Daredevil for the the last couple of years, but the last few issues have left me....ehhh...unimpressed. I am still going to continue to read the next couple of issues to see what Brubaker has in store, just right now I'm really tired of the whole Kingpin storyline. I'm glad that it appears to be over.

 
At 2/04/2007 7:03 PM, Blogger Bill at Comix Connection said...

Read Brubaker's CRIMINAL! It's a completely cool crime caper story.

 
At 2/04/2007 8:58 PM, Blogger stymieresh said...

Since the conversation has turned to "criminal" stories, has anyone read David Lloyd's PAYBACK? He was selling it at the Baltimore Comiccon, but had sold out before I was able to get to his booth and pick up a copy.

Bill: YES. Please put Fell in my box! Love it. Also, while you're at it, please take that crummy Battlestar Galactica comic OFF my list. I gave it a shot, and it stinks...

 

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