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Name: Christopher Trucksess

Bio: My user name is a horrid derivitive of my fraternity's name and my roster number.  I have been using it since college, hard habit to break.  I'm sorry OK?  You're still reading this?  I already apologized.  OK, fine, you got me.  My name was passed down to me by my father ATO219 and from his father before him ATO218.  I come from a long line of ATO's.  Clan ATO.  My great grandfather ATO218 fought in the Civil War against the terrible scourge of the south Cornwallace Beauregard Stuclach.    Facebook: Chris Trucksess



Spider-Man never ceases to amaze me.  I try to push the comics I am most excited for to the bottom…

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I really enjoyed this book.  This is an excellent conclusion to this mini-series but is a stand alone story.  If…

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In a continuation of the Rage of the Red Lantern story arc, Geoff Johns hits yet one out of the…

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ato220's Recent Comments
January 9, 2013 9:33 pm I agree. This must have had something to do with it. On a personal note Dan grew up around me and his mom dropped off TRS stuff at my LCS. Always good to hear a local guy do good.
November 9, 2012 9:37 am Maybe Fiona is a guitarist? That Les Paul is pretty good, especially with this perspective. I think we all know how guitarists view drummers.
November 5, 2012 8:31 pm I almost missed this
November 5, 2012 8:27 pm Couldn't agree any more
November 2, 2012 10:09 am I am just getting to this and yowza, quite a discussion. I just got, as Jeremy Clarkson puts, it "Mawr Powr", I've been in the dark since 8pm Monday. My vote is for The Rocketeer. I know its quite reptitive to say that its unlike any other title out there, the same could be said for Saga, Batman, Daredevil etc., (clearly we're in an embaressment of riches in comics today) but I feel that The Rocketeer both in its current and anthology versions has scratched the itch of both nostalgia and exploration. I loved the movie as a kid, I think I saw it three times in the theater. I can't imagine a more perfect creative pairing than Waid and Samnee which takes place in the late 30's. Remember Captain America and Bucky? Samnee has this era down. Great to be back on the internet, you really don't appreciate it until its gone, like lights.
October 29, 2012 5:31 pm I applied for the beta. Really want to play this, but I am disappointed by the lack of a Mac client, but I'm used to that by now.
October 10, 2012 8:58 pm Agreed. It's been what separated spidey from the rest of the books I read. I don't see the need to rebrand without changing the creative team. In fact, this reeks of desperation.
October 10, 2012 8:36 am That goes against the very fabric of Marvel's being.
September 12, 2012 8:25 pm Sad to see Aquaman take the hit. I'd love to see Gary Frank to take his place, obviously that would never happen.