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Name: Adam

Bio: I'm English, 24, have been reading comics for about ten years. Mostly I read Marvel (I started with Spider-man and went from there), but I do have some Image, IDW and Vertigo books too. Y: The Last Man is my favourite series. Recently I''ve been getting into DC, and loving Green Lantern and Rucka's Detective Comics.


This was my favourite issue of the series to date, I wish this confrontation had come a few issues earlier….

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FINALLY! This is what I wanted form this series. The mystic stuff is over (for now), leaving Jason, Roy and…

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I always expect to love this book, but my one complaint has been there has not been enough focus on…

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Zeppo's Recent Comments
May 14, 2013 12:25 pm About 2 years ago I went all digital. I'd gotten tired of collecting and the long boxes just got in the way more than anything. Like you though I quickly became unhappy with Marvel's pricing strategy. DC I give credit for dropping the price a month later. Recently though I've stumbled along Marvel Unlimited. For a 3rd of what I was spending on comics I get "unlimited" access to all their online content. Not every run in complete, but I'm catching up on modern classics that I missed. The gripe is their six months behind the stores, but last night I read Thor: God of Thunder #1, Fantastic Four #1, All New X-men #1 and Avengers Assemble #9, and realised I'm happy to wait six months, to save money for Marvel books. In between new releases I'm reading Fraction's Ironman and Bendis' Avengers. Like you, Private Eye bucks the system. I pay £5 - I'll pay for quality, and BKV has never led me wrong, Beautiful art too. I give them a little extra to ensure the book can continue.
April 24, 2013 3:07 pm This book is everything I want from a spider-man book. The issue told a stand alone story that was well done and fun, while there are at least 2 fun subplots brewing in the back ground. Was it me or does Julia's note warn about Shartha? More stuff from the JMS era I thought we'd never see again.
March 6, 2013 1:52 pm The ending was vague, seeing the body would've clarified things. The assumption is Ock killed him, but the visual would have shown "this isn't spider-man". Is this public knowledge, cause once MJ and Carlie know there's no way they'd believe this is Peter
March 4, 2013 4:58 pm I think our childhoods are safely intact. I'm not a fan of this status quo either, I'm using my time and money to find old issues I've not read before. Peter will be back shortly, look at the interest in this book. The first week it came out it was in the top two/three on this board, now it's in 7th. If sales figures reflect this it won't last much longer.
February 21, 2013 2:35 am It did show Norman had escaped his hospital bed in the Hobgoblins arc of ASM so fingers crossed.
February 14, 2013 12:36 pm This is really useful. Can we assume no such list exists for DC? Any ideas what other properties are being adapted, I know Y:The Last Man just got a director, anything else on the radar?
February 13, 2013 9:11 am It's the sort of thing that's fine when Bachalo draws, but is going to look ugly when another artist has a go.
February 13, 2013 5:35 am I really liked it, I can understand why those who wanted an never to do undone death were disappointed, but overall we got a new status quo and the title was fulfilled. Not the strongest issue of series, but there were some great iconic moments.