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    What are your favorite comic books?

    Hello everyone,

    What are your favorite comic books and what do you like about them?

    Are you a seasoned DC fanatic? Or maybe you prefer Marvel comics.

    Or both...

    Geez, I wonder what a mint condition X-Men #1 is going for these days.

    I myself have always liked Superboy and the Legion of Super Heroes.

    You know, in the 30th century...

    Mon-El, Matter Eater Lad, Saturn Girl, Chamelion Boy and of course his proto-plasmic pet Proty. (The brains of the outfit.)

    What is the best graphic novel you have ever read and why?

    I still like my 12 cent DC the best.

    Also, the corney old ads crack me up... (Working Submarine Just $2.98! )

    It is late out here so I am just going to post this and hit the hay.

    Thank you everyone in advance for tasteful posting. and let's have fun. ( Long Friday eve. so I'll see you guys a little later.)

    Peace

    Jeffrey
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    Favorite comic book of all time:
    Conan (the black and white monthly one that used to be illustrated by Ernie Chan. I thought I'd grow up and illustrate comics because of his artwork, but it never happened, by Crom!

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    Conan is cool. (I love his late night show just kidd.

    I always liked Frazzetta's work.

    Hey man, what's with Superman dying, and then becoming five separate dudes?

    It's like tampering with the original Coca-Cola formula or something.

    Maybe "Superman" needed a face-lift story-wise.

    I remember some black and white "spooky" stories that were pretty awesome.

    Also, I dug monster comics and Sci-Fi like "From Beyond the Unknown."

    Thanks! Comic books rock!

    Jeff
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    I used to read Buster, The Beano and The Dandy when i was a lass!

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    Hi Dizzy D,

    I take it you're from the U. K.?

    A friend of mine had a comic mag. I think it was "Beano" or something like that.

    It was like a British Katz 'n jammer kids and was pretty funny.

    Jeff

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    Bag.Online.Adventures. Nothing else needs be said, if you're a Coheed fan!

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    Over in the UK I'm hesitant to say that we have an amazing range of actual comic books. Its Beano, or Dandy, and thats it really.

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    I have three hundred or so vintage comics of various titles from the X-Men genre packed in plastic sleeves in a crate. DC, Marvel, Gold Key... they were all great back in the day. The ones they put out now, I dunno... something about them just doesn't get it for me.

    If you don't know who Flakey Foont and Fat Freddy's Cat are, though, you haven't lived.

    Props to Zippy, and Bonnie and Trots...

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    Yeah SB, I stopped buying them when they shot up to a couple bucks.

    Also, some started using questionable language, like Robin said "She's just a Sl-t" in one.

    I thought, geez they're going to resort to stuff like that... what a bummer.

    I still find shops that have 20 cent'rs pretty cheap.

    Lost a bunch of my best ones though.

    There was a shop not far from me that had all kinds of Freak Brothers including some that are more like graphic novels. (Whoops, Fat freddies cat has done a bundle on Fat Freddie's pillow...)

    I liked Charles Addams also... "Addams and Evil" was a good one.

    Bob Crumb... I think he moved to France. I saw a doc. a couple years ago.

    Jeff
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    Alan Moors
    Whachmen and V for Vendetor
    LXG

    Hell boy

    1000 bulits,

    the hand

    Goust in the shell (all)

    Apple seed

    Jugeg dread

    (2000ad)

    Halo jones

    Sand man

    Red son

    Red star

    won't me to carry on

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