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    My adoration for Scott Snyder continues to grow. This book is a tantalizing entry point into the world of Swamp…

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    Wow. This book is a whole lot of alternate reality fun. Thomas Wayne as Batman is great and really gives…

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    I accidentally gave this book 3 stars but it should get a 5 all around.  Take the talent of Brubaker…

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    jmsnyder's Recent Comments
    May 20, 2011 12:31 am

    Shut your whore mouth Mr Flanagan
    Shut your whore mouth indeed!

    Can you guys do one of these on Steranko?
    Thanks.

    April 18, 2011 2:21 pm Brian Pulidos Chaos screw job has got to be in the top 5!
    April 1, 2011 12:17 am @ShonenRafa77  Same here. I said HOLY SHIT.  Out loud!
    March 21, 2011 11:45 pm I see alot to "I hate the Punisher" tone on this board.  The punisher is a template for anger. He is vengeance personified. You can throw all of your anger on him and he just soaks it up unloads his M2 into a bunch of goombas screaming at the top of his lungs. Rucka can take this template and make is sing.  I have loved the Punisher since the Grant/Zeck mini and I will alwasy have him on my pull.  Some of the top talents in the comic biz have had runs on the Punisher.  Franks return to the MU was a product or 80's Ronnie Raygun/Bernie Goetz acceptance of violence as a personal right. Castle lives on.  Name another character is the pantheon of the Big 2 that has no superpower/high intellegence and is considered a criminal but can carry two to three titles a month.
    March 13, 2011 12:03 am @WilliamKScurryJr  Finally someone brings up the commodity aspect. No other publication has that kind of secondary market. Nobodys lining up to buy a Newsweek from two months ago. Right?!?!?!?
    March 12, 2011 11:51 pm

    Anything is better than Nomad. Just didn't dig it.

    March 3, 2011 1:27 am BTW.  I vote Josh lives but only if he does just one more Bill the Butcher "Woops a daisy". That shit cracked me up.
    March 3, 2011 1:24 am Your first love is the one you remember definitely applies for mine.   Secret Wars.
    You guys referenced it but it was truly the 1st company wide multiple crossover and mini-series event. It crossed through Amazing Spider-Man;[2] Avengers;[3] Captain America;[4] Hulk;[5] Iron Man;[6] The Thing;[7] Fantastic Four;[8] Marvel Team-Up;[9] Thor[10] and Uncanny X-MenThere are several significant developments in the series: villainesses Titania and Volcana are created;[13] the second Spider-Woman, Julia Carpenter, is introduced;[14] Spider-Man finds and wears the black costume for the first time, initially unaware that it is actually an alien symbiote;[15] (the symbiote would subsequently bond with journalist Eddie Brock, giving birth to the villain known as Venom);[16] Doctor Doom temporarily steals a portion of the Beyonder's power;[17] having fallen in love with the alien healer Zsaji (who sacrifices her life on Battleworld to save the heroes), mutant Colossus ends his romantic relationship with a heartbroken Kitty Pryde;[18]  Kitty herself meets a new companion in Lockheed who becomes a mainstay in the X-books for many years. The Thing chooses to remain behind on Battleworld and explores the galaxy for a year,[19] with the She-Hulk temporarily joining the Fantastic Four as his replacement.
    These are ramifications.
    Its spawned a toy line. Some truly great creators had a hand in its creation Mike Zeck and Jim Shooter.   I think that Secret Wars raised the Marvel awareness of a generation of young comic readers.
    Therefore I vote to have Marvel Superhero Secret Wars be granted Granddaddy of them all status!
    Who's with me? (Crisis was overly dramatic and depressing....but really good too..)
    February 22, 2011 3:02 pm OK guys of course there is too much material to make a move out of the whole series but the ideas and characters presented in the Preacher comic book can make a spectaular movie (or 3).  I personally dont like to see panel for shot remakes of comics. Watchmen was visually stunning but it was not so much a stand alone peice of cinema as a fully rendered motion comic. Just getting the genius work that is Preacher in front of more eye balls is worth tedium in itself. And if it gets Garth to give us one more taste of the Preacher world in a one-shot or mini then it was all well worth it. Crappy movie or not!!!
    January 24, 2011 2:16 pm

    I hope all you trade waiters realize that without the fans like myself and many others in the iFanbase and around the world going to the shops every week, you wouldnt have those trades to wait for.  I understand that if you are in a foreign country or out in the wilderness you cant find/get to a shop but if you want to support the comics industry going forward you need to pick up some monthly stuff!!!!!!!