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Name: Craig Phillips

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Honestly, this series just took a sudden & drastic nose dive in the last 2 issues. I have faith Hickman…

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Story of an elite FBI unit which uses imprisoned felons to catch and stop current criminals – who share the…

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Hickman impresses again. This series continues to stimulate my imagination by it’s moment to moment of both, instant gratification and…

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PostMan87's Recent Comments
May 6, 2013 1:22 pm Overall it was a great flick, but (as others have already debated here) I would've loved to see Tony re-work Extremis for himself and how it turns out for him in Ellis' story arc.
March 12, 2013 2:07 pm Really?!? This book is starting again!!!? Why can't they just announce the new creative team and go from there? I know #1's pull in more sales, etc.....but still. I'm out.
March 4, 2013 6:19 pm Wow, kinda shocked this only has 4 pulls so far. Has this series dropped off that far? Due to the inconvenient schedule this entire series has had since day one, I've always waited for the collected editions to come out....I assumed many others did as well. I mean, I know Kick-Ass 2 wasn't as good as the first, but wow - 4 pulls???
June 7, 2012 2:14 am ^ exactly. Also, NOK, sounds like you made up your mind well before you'd even grabbed this title off the shelf - as most readers are equally guilty of. Nothing wrong with that.....just ashame you spent $3.99 on a book you already knew what it would do for you - entertainment wise. Hopefully the rest of this series & the other titles do more for ya.
May 15, 2012 3:55 pm I remember being really excited for Johns' Teen Titans to start & then being told there was that Graduation Day crossover that ran into the first issue of his series. Going around the city to find those 3 issues was a bitch - but worth it. Actually, if I remember correctly the 3rd issue was easy to find & the only way I found the first two issues in that mini was a combo double issue they put out. Oh, memories......
April 2, 2012 7:03 am I'm in!!! Already own all 6 tpb's, but will collect these as well. Do not feel slighted in the least on double dipping on such a great come. For the amount of entertainment this series has already brought me, I'd probably buy all 6 of these upcoming colour'ized versions, then plunk down another $200 for the a "deluxe" omnibus - - should it ever see the light of day. SP can do no wrong. I owe thee!!!!!!!!!!!!!
March 14, 2012 2:21 am I'd love to think this is the same format & size of the deluxe HC to match my Young Avengers I already own. But I can only assume Marvel will do a double-dip on this & release the deluxe sized HC at Christmas or next year some time. Whatever......I've waited this long to read the sequel. What's a few more months?
March 14, 2012 2:11 am @MrGlass - you're right about the Wildstorm stories being added to this collection. However, Killing Joke was & has always been included - hence why Bolland did the cover for the older tpb
March 14, 2012 2:04 am I got the HC that was released 6-7 years ago. Still looks great and has held up well.....despite having a silly jacket cover that was has a poorly designed cut in half thing going on. For those looking for a great HC version of this book, get the same one I got. You can still find lots at some fair prices. http://www.alibris.com/booksearch.detail?invid=11184719929&isbn=9781401206901&qsort=&page=1
December 26, 2011 4:54 pm Girlfriend got me Ex Machina deluxe hc Vol. 3 (now I'm one step closer to finish collecting that great series) & she got me Vol. 4 of Gotham Central - so that's finally completed in my collection. But the best things I got, also from her, was a Mitchell & Ness Philadelphia Flyers hoodie - not cheap in any way. Hockey and comics, how could Christmas get any better???