nietoperz wrote:16 is mature enough for Vertigo, I think. I mean I was reading and watching adult stuff when I was far younger: Alan Moore's Swamp Thing, for example.
You read that when you were sixteen? You were sixteen in the mid-eighties? I am slightly jealous.
And my last Y trade is in the mail
Brian, you could pass it on to your daughter to read at sixteen, and I think she'd probably enjoy it well enough, but she wouldn't get some of the jokes that are aimed for more mature people. Shit, there are jokes in that series that I think only English majors would understand, but that's because I'm an English major and I like to think of myself as an elitist.
Sixteen is a good age for Vertigo. How about Fables?