OnASunday

OnASunday

Name: Andrew Hunley

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    The story was good but the issue lacked a lot of action for a comic about a cowboy assassin. Lemire…

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    May 26, 2016 7:54 am Excellent song choice as always.
    September 14, 2015 3:48 am How's that for continuity...
    September 13, 2015 6:46 pm Does DC still draw the line at 2.99?
    August 10, 2015 10:04 am I love Preacher and have dabbled in Ennis' Hellblazer and PunisherMAX. I had the same exact experience as Clint with Crossed and it's what initially turned me off of Preacher. Sometimes Preacher is almost too much for me. I'm honestly surprised how revered it is considering the content but i guess the fine line is what makes it such a satisfying read. Crossed however was way too graphic for me. Perhaps I'm just not mature enough for the content at 26. I had a similar experience recently with The Walking Dead. Issue 100 was pretty gross and I was just done after I read it. I haven't had a desire to read it since. This is coming from a guy who owns almost the complete works of Alan Moore and Grant Morrison. Read The Invisibles. Twice! So it takes a lot to offend me.
    July 15, 2013 5:43 pm Thought that was a Mignola cover til I enbiggened it
    April 3, 2013 5:12 pm Re-reading is great for me especially because I've only been reading comics for about 4 years now after discovering iFanboy on Rev3. I would buy stuff based a lot off of recommendations so I'd usually wind up getting amazing stories with little knowledge of the history of the characters in say a DC or Marvel book. I was introduced to so many great writers and artists with different techniques and styles. Once I caught on to which writers and/or artists I liked best I would read more of their work and grow accustomed to their styles so it's nice to go back and re-read the stuff I haven't read in a few years to see their progress or where they came from. Watchmen and Sandman were two of the first books I read. You get way more out of those the more experienced a reader you are. In fact I just did my first start to finish re-read of Sandman and phew! In the words of Peter Straub in the afterword of volume 7 Brief Lives, "If this isn't literature, nothing is."
    March 21, 2013 9:05 am The true origin of Flatman and Ribbon!
    March 21, 2013 8:31 am When I got to the page where all the people were walking up and down the street I said to myself "Moebius!" (RIP) and then when I got to the end and it said "Dedicated to Alejandro" it all made sense. Marcos Martin's Spider-Man stuff was brilliant and this exceeded that. I can't wait to double dip on the printed edition.