DennisMM wrote:I think you mean Garth Ennis, Chief. It's an easy mistake to make off the top of your head.
Adam, that will be funnier than shit until Jack Knight shows up.
DennisMM wrote:Chief? If you haven't read Planetary you don't know jack shit about comics and life.
(ya'll see the geek cred thread)
burlivesleftnut wrote:What I didn't get about the JLA book was why the fuck the Planetary guys were so EEEEvil. Oh and I hated the Batman book. If you are going to have a Batman crossover, then just do it. Please leave Adam West out of it. Poor guy.
keepcoolbutcare wrote:Any work that encapsulates the multi-faceted legacy of a pop-cultural icon that has gone through more career makeovers than Madonna, The Beatles, Jesus and Satan combined (hyperbole, natch), does it all firmly in it's own "rules", with a wry sense of humor about the whole shebang but yet still manages to wring emotional pathos out of said enduring pop-cultural icon deserves more than a "Please leave Adam West out of it" snide snarkasm, you swine. Besides, the Adam West incarnation got the best of Jakita...JAKITA!!!...then led directly to the wonderful image of Elijah turning, thinking he was gonna face that doofy do-gooder, only to find what I can only guess to be Miller's (?..little help with that one Dennis) gigantic snarling version.
Lord Voldemoo wrote:This is fantastic. I wonder if Teh Balm has any idea? Or..y'know....is still alive?
Ribbons wrote:Lord Voldemoo wrote:This is fantastic. I wonder if Teh Balm has any idea? Or..y'know....is still alive?
He's still around! He wrote a review for AICN just a couple months ago (I tried getting his attention in the TalkBack section, but he didn't reply )
As for whether he's aware of the Twitter shenanigans, I don't know. It might be better if he hasn't heard...
James Whitbrook wrote:While researching my article on Monica Rambeau’s unfortunate history, I naturally re-read one of her standout series: Warren Ellis and Stuart Immonen’s Nextwave: Agents of HATE. It’s a comic I already held dear to my heart, but it re-affirmed what I previously thought: It’s the most joyful comic Marvel have ever released.
James Whitbrook wrote:As Carol Danvers rides high in the comics as Captain Marvel, it’s hard to remember that she wasn’t the first woman to take on the mantle: back in 1982, Monica Rambeau became that woman. If you haven’t heard of her, though, there’s a reason. Here’s the sad story of the Captain Marvel comics forgot.
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