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Re: SDCC: DC to Release Harley Quinn Ongoing

Postby doombug » Wed Jul 17, 2013 2:14 pm

Honestly Punch it's one of the only things that annoys the hell out of me when it comes to you because guys like Dairy and I actively cosplay at conventions. So when you start in on this shit, it's obviously going to hit us the wrong way. :smt011
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Re: SDCC: DC to Release Harley Quinn Ongoing

Postby doombug » Wed Jul 17, 2013 2:15 pm

Also you have a fucking jacket with the goddamn x-symbol on it where you are intentionally re-enacting a scene from Scott Pilgrim.

Or are we still supposed to pretend you didn't do that?
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Re: SDCC: DC to Release Harley Quinn Ongoing

Postby Zero » Wed Jul 17, 2013 2:23 pm

When our local con rolls round, I'm gonna set all the cosplayers on Punchy. Especially the ones dressed as Lois Lane.

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Re: SDCC: DC to Release Harley Quinn Ongoing

Postby Punchy » Wed Jul 17, 2013 3:02 pm

doombug wrote:Also you have a fucking jacket with the goddamn x-symbol on it where you are intentionally re-enacting a scene from Scott Pilgrim.

Or are we still supposed to pretend you didn't do that?


That was like, 8 years ago. I was a kid, I don't have that jacket anymore.

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Re: SDCC: DC to Release Harley Quinn Ongoing

Postby Punchy » Wed Jul 17, 2013 3:04 pm

doombug wrote:Honestly Punch it's one of the only things that annoys the hell out of me when it comes to you because guys like Dairy and I actively cosplay at conventions. So when you start in on this shit, it's obviously going to hit us the wrong way. :smt011


But you and Dairy are just as willing to mock other things, like Bronies or Tumblr-fans. I'm not insulting you personally, I just don't like cosplay. I don't like trainspotting or stamp collecting either.

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Re: SDCC: DC to Release Harley Quinn Ongoing

Postby bkthomson » Wed Jul 17, 2013 3:06 pm

Punchy wrote:
But you and Dairy are just as willing to mock other things, like Bronies or Tumblr-fans. I'm not insulting you personally, I just don't like cosplay. I don't like trainspotting or stamp collecting either.


Knock it off. You do not insult stamp collecting. Its a dying hobby that does need your hateful words! :smt013
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Re: SDCC: DC to Release Harley Quinn Ongoing

Postby doombug » Wed Jul 17, 2013 3:07 pm

Punchy wrote:
But you and Dairy are just as willing to mock other things, like Bronies or Tumblr-fans. I'm not insulting you personally, I just don't like cosplay. I don't like trainspotting or stamp collecting either.

Remind me to get someone to smack you in the back of the head on principle. :lol:

Trainspotting? My grandfather used to collect trains when I was a kid, he had awesome train sets.

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Re: SDCC: DC to Release Harley Quinn Ongoing

Postby doombug » Wed Jul 17, 2013 3:07 pm

bkthomson wrote:
Knock it off. You do not insult stamp collecting. Its a dying hobby that does need your hateful words! :smt013

There are some really cool stamps out there, no joke.

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Re: SDCC: DC to Release Harley Quinn Ongoing

Postby Punchy » Wed Jul 17, 2013 3:08 pm

doombug wrote:Remind me to get someone to smack you in the back of the head on principle. :lol:

Trainspotting? My grandfather used to collect trains when I was a kid, he had awesome train sets.


Trainspotting is when people go to Train Stations and write down the serial numbers of the Trains in a little notebook. It's one of the nerdiest, lamest hobbies of all time.

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Re: SDCC: DC to Release Harley Quinn Ongoing

Postby oogy » Wed Jul 17, 2013 7:15 pm

Punchy wrote:
Trainspotting is when people go to Train Stations and write down the serial numbers of the Trains in a little notebook. It's one of the nerdiest, lamest hobbies of all time.

some people like making lists. :smt102

Also, I didn't know that's what trainspotting was. I thought it was just people that liked to look at trains or something.
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Re: SDCC: DC to Release Harley Quinn Ongoing

Postby Arion » Wed Jul 17, 2013 7:20 pm

Punchy wrote:
That was like, 8 years ago. I was a kid, I don't have that jacket anymore.


The question is... how did he know you had that jacket 8 years ago?

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Re: SDCC: DC to Release Harley Quinn Ongoing

Postby doombug » Wed Jul 17, 2013 8:18 pm

Arion wrote:
The question is... how did he know you had that jacket 8 years ago?

you've never seen that picture used against punchy before? :lol:

Where's Yoni, he must still have it.

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Re: SDCC: DC to Release Harley Quinn Ongoing

Postby Punchy » Thu Jul 18, 2013 7:50 am

Arion wrote:
The question is... how did he know you had that jacket 8 years ago?


I posted it once 8 years ago, and some of these weirdzoes saved it to their harddrives.

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Re: SDCC: DC to Release Harley Quinn Ongoing

Postby IvCNuB4 » Sat Aug 17, 2013 10:26 am

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Amanda does some art for issue #0. In addition to the artists already mentioned (Darwyn Cookie, Sam Kieth, Tony Daniel, Paul Pope, Walter Simonson, Art Baltazar), Bruce Timm, Dave Johnson and "a few more surprises".
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The plan on Harley is to get into who she is, what she does all day, how she makes a living and how she views the world. She is the hero in her own mind, and we will be focusing on this. We will get to know her, the people around her and how she deals with things in her own special way. We plan to charm the readers with her exploits, but don’t expect a by-the-numbers superhero type book.

Palmiotti: To add a dimension to Harley we don't get to see or have time to focus on in Suicide Squad. To give Harley her own circle of characters that belong in her world. These people will make sense to the character once you meet them. These are the kinds of people that look at her differently than most.

Conner: Her supporting cast will be less superhero-like (for now) and more like the rest of us. Kind of. We will be working all that into the storylines, and part of the entertainment will be in seeing how those characters deal with her being around.


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Re: SDCC: DC to Release Harley Quinn Ongoing

Postby thefourthman » Sat Aug 17, 2013 10:45 am

Punchy wrote:
Trainspotting is when people go to Train Stations and write down the serial numbers of the Trains in a little notebook. It's one of the nerdiest, lamest hobbies of all time.

I thought Trainspotting was an Irvine Welsh novel about heroin addiction. I am pretty sure Danny Boyle directed a brilliant movie adaptation.

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