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Name: Rishard Chapoteau

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    I decided to wait on reading my Flashpoint books until book 5 came out so I could read all of…

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    This review only needs 4 words “He took my legs”

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    October 31, 2011 3:19 pm Enjoyed the episode as per usual. Despite what I was saying in last weeks episode thread I tried the new Wolverine and the Xmen. I finally got around to reading it today after listening to the podcast, and while the story might have been interesting, personally the art style just isn't my cup of tea. I got seriously distracted by it. Its a shame I couldn't enjoy it as much as everyone else :-(. As far as the podcast goes, there is one thing I would like to know. For the previous month you guys went through the 52 and decided what you would continue to buy. I was just curious now that all of the #2's have come out, did you actually buy all of the ones you said you would buy? Also were there any titles that you decided to pick up that you didn't think you would? Occasionally it would get mentioned here and there that you guys might have bought something you didn't intend to, or you didn't buy something you initially said you would, but I was kind of curious about the overall numbers.
    October 29, 2011 7:57 am I feel like I would go with the creative team of Locke and Key for this.
    October 28, 2011 12:56 am Had it not been recently done in Ultimate Spiderman, I wonder if it would be an issue. For some Spidey is a major icon and you associate him with Peter Parker. Even people outside the comic book world know who he is. Not a lot of people really know invincible outside of the comic book world. Ultimately I think this will just be a non issue once everyone stops associating it Ultimate Spidey.
    October 25, 2011 11:01 pm Conor yeah I know, but jumping back on righ tnow seems really really hard. Especially from what I've seen from NYCC. It seems like I'd probably have to read at least 5-10 of them just to truly understand whats going on. While that December previews also had 15 different Bat related titles, I know I can read several of them without feeling that they relate all that much. I just want to desperately get back in touch with the characters that I used to love, but this doesn't feel like a good jumping on point because there is way too much happening. The X books right now from an outsiders perspective feel like there is a constant event running through them and I'm waiting for all of that to end so I can get back on board.
    October 24, 2011 3:02 pm I used to be a very big Xmen fan back in the 80's when there was only 1 X-men title through the early 90's where there were probably 5-7 or so X related titles. I've been wanting to get back into X-men, but I just CAN'T. In December Previews there were 17 different X related books. I went to the X-men panel at NYCC and I wound up leaving half way because of all of the different titles. It just didn't make any sense to me. Its WAY too much to follow. I read the final issue of Uncanny, but I just couldn't care. Mr. Sinister is one of my favorite Marvel villains, and even he couldn't make me interested in what was going on. I really wish the X universe was much smaller again :-(
    October 24, 2011 12:45 pm Personally I do download comics, but I bought a copy of every single one of them (just ordered $150 worth of stuff for December from DCBS on Saturday). I can't justify buying an issue of something twice if I want a copy of it digitally. I do however support the Justice League combo packs. If all comics have that option I would stop downloading and pay the extra $1 (though I honestly think there shouldn't be an extra cost to this at all). I want to support the industry, but I also want to have the comics that I paid for digitally at any time. Hopefully they will continue to move to this path.
    October 18, 2011 1:32 pm I had seen the artwork for this book at NYCC and I was REALLY impressed. I'm definitely picking this book up.
    October 18, 2011 1:27 pm Personally I loved the screening. The only negatives I can think of was that the cast didn't look as much like the comic as I would like (the daughter in particular looked a bit older then I think she should have). Really amazing pilot though and I'm glad I got a chance to see it.
    October 10, 2011 10:17 am Not new in the slightest. I've been collecting for over 25 years, but I haven't seen the parody done (probably because I generally haven't cared much about Captain America). I bet a google search would turn up some interesting things. I just haven't gotten around to looking yet.
    October 10, 2011 12:32 am As I was listening to the podcast I started to get an idea to create a webcomic (if I can get an artist) for a captain america parody. Since he was born in the 20's and frozen in the 40's I can totally see Cap having problems . . . adjusting . . . . to the way things are today. Could be a lot of fun.