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    Archie was a fave and there was a very explicit detective comic I liked, don't remember the name though!

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    Spawn.

    ah brings back memories of my weird step dad going ape <removed by moderator> on me for reading them at 9 and 10 years of age. Since y'know they got a little.. graphic and explicit.. i guess. <removed by moderator> assclown.
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    Originally Posted by Asphyxia
    Spawn.

    ah brings back memories of my weird step dad going ape <removed by moderator> on me for reading them at 9 and 10 years of age. Since y'know they got a little.. graphic and explicit.. i guess. <removed by moderator> assclown.
    I saw the movie and had to read the comic books.

    I liked Spawn the movie better than Batman 1.

    Thanks everyone.

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    Has anyone read the The WatchMen by Alan Moore? For me..its gotta be Spider Man the "Comic". When its bad its ok, when its good its !. No one looks better in tights then Spidey =D

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    Originally Posted by Soulhi123
    Has anyone read the The WatchMen by Alan Moore? For me..its gotta be Spider Man the "Comic". When its bad its ok, when its good its !. No one looks better in tights then Spidey =D
    I used to love Spiderman and the Hulk and the times they fought each other and with each other against a common foe.

    Also, I really liked the Fantastic 4, and have been meaning to see the last movie.

    Thanks Soulhi

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    Concrete [Dark Horse Comics]

    Synopsis:
    The eponymous central character is a normal man whose brain was transplanted into a large, stone body by aliens, and who lives an extraordinary life on Earth following his escape.

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    I've only read X-books my entire life: X-Men, Uncanny X-Men, X-Force, X-Factor, and various others. I have this affinity for mutants. I used to be into Spawn, Wildcats, Gen 13, and New Men...But most of those books are completely irrelevant now. I'm a casual comics fan now. Will pick one every now and again...

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    Garfield
    Liked it since i was born.

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    I love Calvin and Hobbes. Calvin is so funny with all the stuff he thinks about and even does.

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    Originally Posted by Jeffrey2095
    What was Jughead's girlfriend's name?
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    "Big" Ethel Muggs. Not really his girlfriend though. She chased him around but Juggy never reciprocated.

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