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    January 28, 2013 3:49 pm I feel like the tidy resolution, coupled with Capt. Universe's role in it is meant to be a big red herring. First off, we don't know what "Adam" was saying that made Abyss freak out, or what he even is. Secondly, the last panel alludes to Tony causing death somehow. This story is not over by any means, and I am honestly shocked so many people are freaking out over this issue just because some c-list characters happened to save the day.
    July 22, 2011 7:46 am I liked it, but I wanted to love it. 

    I think if they didn't open with the unearthing scene the stakes would have been higher (even though I already know the story) for the crash. Then they could've done the time lapse into a white out and then do the unearthing. Nitpicky, but I just wasn't as emotionally invested at that point as I should've been otherwise.

    The stage show was almost exactly like that Great Moments in Comic History panel Conor put up! Amazing!
    January 21, 2011 7:09 pm "is it wrong that I think i'm hot?"
    November 10, 2009 10:17 pm I saw a screening last week (spoiler-free review at murmur.com) and there is no way they could show the amount of visceral, but awesome, gore this film contains. Stoked that it seems like Bad Reputation is indeed licensed b/c the scene it goes with is flat out amazing and the music is perfect. This movie is seriously great and I have no qualifiers. It's one of my favorites...period.
    May 26, 2009 2:33 am i think i saw on twitter that even nathan fillion has seen this and he was pretty pumped about it
    May 14, 2009 3:44 am

    the last time they did a whiteout was when the hatch blew up. One thing that's bugging me is that richard told sun that he saw them all die. pictured were jack, kate, and hurley. the last people he saw were jack and sayid. was he just assuming?

    March 12, 2009 5:13 pm Fun & wacky books have their place in comics just as much as the serious and thought provoking ones. This has been the case since comics have been in existence. In fact I would say that this is the type of book that could draw new readers in to comics. I didn't reach for Watchmen or the Dark Knight back in the 80's, I picked up Spider-Ham. Yes it was silly and stupid but it sparked my love of comics and I wanted to read about the real Spider-man. If just 10% of Hulk's readers decide to read more about Hulk, or Peter David's run, or any of the other guest stars in the book, that's 9000 readers. There are some titles that would kill for 9000 readers. You can deride a book because it goes against your tastes but Marvel knows what they're doing with this title and they are certainly growing their market (which is probably why there are so many guest stars in it anyway). Additionally, weaker books sales-wise probably get to stick around longer because of a book like Hulk, so if you like Capt Britain, or Guardians of the Galaxy or any number of smaller titles, you should be thanking the Hulk for your reading pleasure.
    March 6, 2009 1:07 pm
    lol @ "Hallelujah" for the opening to the podcast. That was like the only flaw in my opinion, the heavy-handed music choices. A solid adaptation overall and i actually said before listening that it was 95% the same.
    March 5, 2009 8:02 pm As the former owner of an Afro almost 2 feet in diameter, I can attest to the sudden loss of attention. Once I cut it, gone were the instant nods of approval, flocks of curious women, automatic invitations to parties. Maybe i can grow it back and go to San Diego as 70's Luke cage.