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    August 29, 2013 10:58 am Saga Conan the Barbarian Star Wars: Legacy The Goon Manhattan Projects
    August 26, 2013 5:33 pm -I like physical comics. -I like digital comics (more than just a year ago). -I still like some Marvel comics (even though Marvel Now was kind of an jumping-off-point for me). -I like creators that take the risks of self publishing (panelsyndicater, fialkovs the bunker, monkeybrain, thrillbent, godhatesastronauts, bad karma & various kickstarters). -I like psychedelic science fiction (brandon graham, hickman). -I like dystopian futures (kirkman, brian wood). -I like autobiographic comics (jeffrey brown). -I like superheroes. -I like gritty crime (brubaker, aaron). -I like kids friendly (art baltazar&franco). -I like too much different stuff to list everything in this comment. -I like re-reading. -I like organizing my collection. -I like selling stuff I´ll never re-read in a 1000yrs on ebay and amazon. -I just like this art form and can´t stop celebrating it everyday. -I like self criticism. -I like positive articles like this one. Puh! That felt good. Thanks for an wonderful and inspiring article!
    June 18, 2013 1:05 pm For me personally those anounced marvel ogn are the perfect way to stay in contact with the marvel characters. After years of reading many, many marvel comics (starting with alias and disassembled nearly every thing bendis has written and every major event since civil war including most of the tie ins) the marvel now initiative was kind of a jumping off point. It's not primarily an event fatigue but more of a convoluted continuity where everything is connected fatigue (there was a time where exactly THAT was the thing that excited me about marvel) Right now i'm enjoying the books that live in their own little corner of the marvel universe the most ( after ruckas punisher finished, there are only daredevil and hawkeye left). So i'm really looking forward to those standalone not-connected- with-the- rest-of616-so-i-have-the-feeling-i-miss-something-from-another-book-books.
    May 28, 2013 3:41 pm I remember the whole bendis secret wars series as a filler between his pulse issues and the beginning of new avengers. A kind of prequel to new avengers if you want. But it could be that i am wrong. Wanted to reread the early bendis 616 stuff for a long time.
    May 9, 2013 2:04 pm Spider Jerusalem is definitely missing. And I would add Jennie One from Brian Woods Channel Zero.
    February 4, 2013 12:50 pm After that avengers#3 article/review by jimski I was tempted to dismiss this article unread. But I have to say: "Chapeau!" That was a well written article that mirrored exactly my thoughts on the state of dc comics.
    January 28, 2013 4:00 pm Only read UFF at that time. Later read TWD an the Losers in collected form.
    January 28, 2013 3:49 pm Can somebody tell me why my now three replies to this comment just keep vanishing from this site shortly after I post them?
    January 28, 2013 12:39 pm First: Sorry, for iFanboy there is too much negativity in this article. If you don´t like that particular issue, just write a bad review about it. Second: I personally have grown to like those books where I don´t know WTF is going on and just enjoy the show, for example "Prophet". Third: As a long time reader this "figuring out as you go" is some rare moment that reminds me of the time I started reading comics, where more than once I was wondering who person X was and why it did action Y. I fully trust one Hickman to have written an issue like that exactly for us long time readers to give us that figuring-it-out feeling. I personally enjoy those moments and thank Hickman for that. Fourth: Giving too much about being new-reader-friendlieness benefits no one. If as a new reader you like something you are willing to invest in the story and figure it out. When I started reading Marvel comics regulary I started with "avengers disassembled" which was definitely not reader friendly but I liked Bendis´writing and here I am eight years later and not one inch wiser cause I still don´t know what happened in that d@*# closet.
    January 21, 2013 1:34 pm Warren Ellis already did. See freak angels.