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November 4, 2011 4:40 pm Oh, I have watched ROH a lot, the Samoa Joe and CM Punk stuff was all great. Bryan Danielson was one of the best pro wrestlers i have ever seen, His bastardization in the WWE bothers me. I think because I grew up with the WWE I want them to be the best product and they are not. So it just bothers me.
November 2, 2011 9:56 pm I'm into a number of different things outside of comics. Like most of us, I love movies (every aspect, screenwriting, production design, costume, makeup, etc). I love music, really into Metal, Hardcore, Punk, specific Rap and new and old alternative. Grew up an avid Pro Wrestling fan, I still watch and keep up with it but my passion has waned. Love Soccer (Football) big fan of the USA team and The EPL teams Everton and Man U. Theology, I'm not a church goer, but I love to study religion. The history of it, it's effect on people and societies. The stories behind all of them. How they can connect. Just love it! But my most non mainstream fascination would probably be my focus on the Gilded age and Progressive Era in American History. How that era developed American into what it is, I just did it fascinating. I can't really talk about that with very many people.
December 3, 2010 2:05 pm @gregbmarcus  I saw it, it was insane.  I was counting inventory and low and behold there it was in all its glory.
November 1, 2010 2:37 pm

Some talking points:


1. The Zombie effects were awesome, I really enoyed it and it reminded me a lot fo the Romero films I grew up with. 

 2.  Loved the score, wasn't too forced. It felt natural.  

3. Didn't really find the show scary.  Just the idea of living in that situation freaked me out.  When Dwayne was crying because he saw his mother... that got me. I was young when I lost my mother so I can only imagine how truely heart breakign and terrifying that must be.  

4. I had a huge screening party at my place.  I made medium rare burgers and some random southern dishes.  Out of the 7 people there, 3 had not read the book but they LOVED the show. My gf had problems with the flower scene and the dialogue scene in the car with Rick and Shane.  She thought they went on too long, but once Rick woke up from his Coma she was gung ho into the show.  I think everyone will keep watching, I know I will be.

I did have one nit pick, I did not like that they showed Lori and company before Rick got to them. I understand why they had to show that they were all alive... but it kills tension for me.  Either way, best new show of the fall season hands down.

June 2, 2010 2:44 pm Color me excited, as long as Joe Johnston doesn't mess this up.
October 5, 2009 6:52 pm And to add,  Norton's is stunning, even after participating in the event.  He out shined every project I saw. 
October 5, 2009 6:47 pm

My brother and I ended up partaking in the competition again this year.  

 We were more prepared this year and paced ourselves, unlike last year.  

 I should get the master pages back soon.  (Although Mike Norton's lettering is far superior than what we did.)

 But it was fun, and we both got done in 18 hours.  

December 29, 2008 6:52 pm

@ Superyan.  I am sorry I meant to say that he was a former scientologists.  And he writes that he was in his book "Nothing is Impossible."

@ Conor  I wasn't trying to start up a religious debate.   I just wanted to know if TNC was serious in his comment.  Or was he just trying to be a "cute"?  That's all. 

I really don't want to start a religious debate.  

December 29, 2008 4:21 pm


Your rule on no films with Scientologist in them must hurt your viewing.  


Here are some notable Scientologist:

Kirstie Alley, Nancy Cartwright, Beck, Erika Christenson, Jenna Elfman, Paul Haggis, Jason Lee, Juliette Lewis, Christopher and Danny Masterson, Michael Pena, Laura Prepon, Giovanni Ribisi, Ethan Suplee, John Travolta, and the wonderful Christopher Reeve.  

Plus I know for a fact that Damon Wayans is one.  I've meet the man, and he told me.  (He also said that Will Smith is one as well, but due to what happen with Tom.  He won't say anything for or against Scientology.) 

I by no means follow the absurd cult, I have my own problems with religion and Scientology is just as crazy as some other ones.  

November 12, 2008 11:52 pm

Wow I am Naive I didnt even know piracy was a problem in the comic industry. 


I usually just buy whatever single I want and if I like the arc enough I will buy it in Hardcover.

It's a shame that people steal books off the internet, the comic industry can survive this type of theft.  It's already hard enough for retailers and publishers to make money.