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Top 5 Steve Rude Works as voted on by The Outhousers!!!

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Re: Top 5 Steve Rude Works as voted on by The Outhousers!!!

Postby The Old Doctor » Sun May 05, 2013 12:09 pm

J.M. Hunter wrote:Speaking of Nexus, what's a good reliable reading order or chronology for someone who wants to read the series?

I'm on amazon looking at 2 Omnibus's that are decently priced/affordable then they have the hardcovers that are pretty costly.


Those are otherwise seek out the the First comics. They reprinted issues prior to their taking the title as a separate series from the main one.
But the DH collections are the best ones and frankly, worth it for their contents. Unless you are not a fan.
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Re: Top 5 Steve Rude Works as voted on by The Outhousers!!!

Postby Arion » Sun May 05, 2013 3:36 pm

Cat-Scratch wrote:Okay...

Nexus
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Next Nexus
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Space Ghost (Comico one-shot)
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World's Finest (1990)
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Mister Miracle Special
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And in case you want to consider Next Nexus part of Nexus, this is the fifth one -

X-Men: Children of the Atom
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Thor Godstorm could make the list, but I never got to look at more then a few pages at the time. :oops:


I've only read Nexus and World's Finest, and they're both great.

That Mister Miracle special looks really yummy.

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Re: Top 5 Steve Rude Works as voted on by The Outhousers!!!

Postby The Old Doctor » Sun May 05, 2013 4:04 pm

Arion wrote:
I've only read Nexus and World's Finest, and they're both great.

That Mister Miracle special looks really yummy.


It was. It was old school Mr Miracle. I think it was also the leaping point for the series that was out in the late 80s.

The Space Ghost was awesome if you enjoyed the original cartoon series.
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Re: Top 5 Steve Rude Works as voted on by The Outhousers!!!

Postby Arion » Tue May 07, 2013 11:21 am

Cat-Scratch wrote:
It was. It was old school Mr Miracle. I think it was also the leaping point for the series that was out in the late 80s.

The Space Ghost was awesome if you enjoyed the original cartoon series.


Oh, yeah, I remember the 80s series. Joe Phillips was the artist of some of the issues.

I've seen Space Ghost like 20 years ago, but only a few episodes.

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