Kid Kamikaze wrote:Why would you want to re-read that?
I mean, that's like reading old-school WildC.A.T.S (hint, pre-Moore) and Stormwatch...
I will say this: you have a lot more resilience than me on that regard...
Umm, I will be re reading those you mentioned in the future to, including Alan Moore's for contrast plus Warren Ellis'.
In fact, the next one in the now bi-weekly column, it'll be Alan Moore's Youngblood #1 for contrast.
Then, keep in eye out as more Image oldies are reviewed. I've got to admit, if you thought I was harsh, you haven't seen me be harsh. I've two in the queue that may have to be posted together.
Strict31 wrote:To quote Hunter S. Thompson, there is nothing more despicable than a cat in the depths of a nip binge..
Strict31 wrote:Listen to Feline Mussolini.
Strict31 wrote:You're goddamned insane.
achilles wrote:Pay no attention to Cat-Scratch people; he's insane from all that cat-nip.
Lord Simian wrote:"Us"? This is YOUR Kongdamn fault, mister "Bets on when this place will break again"....
Ragnascratch is coming... maybe.I Made the 2.5 Millionth Post - Subject - Shania Twain's Bewbs-eh!
Psivage wrote:Don't trust a cat. They are always up to no good.
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