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August 27, 2013 10:13 am For those of you looking for rad Lockjaw stories, I'd recommend checking out the various Pet Avengers stories. They're super fun.
May 16, 2013 9:45 am Wow, that's extremely dangerous on Pa Kent's part. Firing a shotgun at that close range with loved ones nearby? The pellet ricochet could've easy been fatal.
April 22, 2013 2:05 pm Ah, it depends! Hot Pizza: Pepperoni Cold Pizza: Green Peppers
April 22, 2013 9:33 am It boils down very simply for me. I love comics. I don't love clutter. Buying comics digitally satisfied my every need. :) I just wish we got accurate numbers on digital sales. I feel like it's a real growing part of the market, so when we see the diminishing Diamond charts, I have to wonder how accurate of a picture they're painting.
April 9, 2013 12:56 pm It's worth noting that this isn't actually being made by the studio that developed the Metroid Prime trilogy, Retro Studios. 2-3 years ago, several high-ranking people left Retro to form Armature. So while there are certainly key figures from Metroid Prime working on this game, it's not the same team (and won't include the shepherding from Nintendo that Retro enjoys).
March 26, 2013 10:39 am Well, I guess I'll just be seeing that from now on...
December 21, 2012 10:04 am Stupid sexy Hawkeye.
November 19, 2012 12:17 pm Having gone all-digital recently, it's very difficult to spend $3.99 on a comic book. A lot of my comics reading has shifted over to buying in bulk during Comixology's $0.99 Sales. I got all of Transmetropolitan for a mere $59. I know that we'll probably never see a day-and-date release at $0.99, but I really don't think $1.99 is unreasonable. I know I'd surely read and spend more if that were the case. That being said, I don't mind shelling out a bit more for a nice hardcover or omnibus every now and then. But $4 for a floppy just doesn't sit right.
November 19, 2012 12:09 pm Nobody pulls off white pants like Jesse Custer.
November 8, 2012 9:54 am I've always thought of Hellblazer being to Vertigo what Action Comics is to DC. The book's been there since before the label even existed, it survived good times, bad times and always seemed like something that would just always be a part of the Vertigo tapestry. But hey, they ended the original Action run, too, ya know? At the very least, Josh, you can take solace in knowing that one of your favorite characters got a long, healthy run and a complete story. 300 issues is orders of magnitude more than a lot of other series get, even long-standing Vertigo series. It's a bit unfortunate that the character's going to continue to exist in a continuity not of your choosing, but #1-300? That's yours, and mate, that's the dog's bollocks.