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Cyril and Beryl have the fight of their lives on their hands when Shakespeare’s most evil monarch, Richard III, returns! And he’s brought with him a cloned army of all the worst Kings of England, intent on taking back the country through the use of social networking! Yes, that’s the plot!


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  1. One of the funnest series DC is putting out right now. Accessable, clever and well written…everything a good comic series should be.

  2. The last line of that solict makes me laugh.

    Like someone at DC was typing out the summary and literally said to someone ‘Yes, that’s the plot!’

  3. I’m hoping this issue has as many colloquialisms for masterbation as the last two.

  4. i’m enjoying this book too…makes me wish we had cozy pubs here like they do in the old world.

  5. Ack, sorry, I’ve gotta drop this. I was borderline on it, but the solicit sounds too stupid and forced-funny topical to me. If people find it funny, then great. Cornell’s fallen flat for me on this. Loving Action Comics, though.

  6. I’m liking this mini a lot, though I’m glad it’s just a six issue mini…sometimes I just a nice finished story without it needlessly dragging on and on.  I agree with skydog in that I also wish we had a lot more neighborhood pubs in the states, at least where I’m from in Texas, haha.

  7. This, for me, is the example of a perfect monthly book. Good enough to where I don’t feel stupid buying this month in and month out, but not so good that I’d want to keep it up on my shelf between Dark Knight Returns and Year 100.

    @TexasZombie99  – Dude, I hear you. 

  8. @TexasZombie99  Great Book! Really, you don’t have bars like that? How are the bars then in Texas?

  9. @Cedric, hard to explain, but you won’t find bars here on neighborhood corners, zoning here usually means bars have to be driven to as they’re typically away from homes. Many of our bars are really loud, full of TVs blaring sports or UFC, haha. There’s all types of bars, but not near enough simple places to simply sit down for a quiet draught

  10. @TexasZombie99  That sounds so alien. In the UK it’s pretty much a bar on every street corner, and it’s not like the places are full of drunks.

    I love this mini!

  11. @Mart, yeah there are MANY features of the U.S. that I cherish, but the U.K. wins in the pub department big time.

  12. Agreed wholeheartedly with the bar vs. pub debate. I want a quiet place I can go and drink with friends. No dice, here in the states.

  13. @OttoBott  There are plenty of places I can go get a quiet drink in my neighborhood. And in many neighborhoods around NYC.

  14. @froggulper  I’m with you.  While like some humor, this seems to be less heroics and more tongue in cheek.  I would probably dig the same cultural stuff, but in a more serious tone.  Now, I’m not sure I take Knight or Squire seriously.

  15. @ottobot, perhaps so.  The closest thing i can say we have here in san jose that reminds me of that
    pub would be Harry’s Hoffbrau.

  16. @conor – I should move to NYC then.

  17. @misterckent  Well, it IS a humor book.

  18. Heh. The twitter stuff made me chuckle.

  19. This mini is very silly.  I love it.

  20. I don’t know if this was absolutely brilliant or utter rubbish. I’m pretty sure it was a lot of fun though

  21. Best issue so far, this was hysterical.

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