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>> No. 20404 Anonymous
7th February 2014
Friday 3:40 pm
20404 The Boys Specials
Herogasm, Butcher, Baker, Candlestickmaker and Highland Laddie.
I'm not really sure where these fit into the main plot, you'll have to look them up.
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>> No. 18611 Anonymous
6th February 2014
Thursday 8:49 pm
18611 Guards, guards!
By Terry P. Who cares who illustrated it, frankly. The best TP comic I've read, personally.
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Good Christ, what's happened to Nobby? He's turned from a remarkably filthy human being into some kind of mutant monster.
>> No. 18736 Anonymous
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He was always described as a mutant in the books.

I always pictured a lad I worked beside in Alexander's the bus builders as Nobbs. Harpo was his name, being as repulsive as possible was his game. No man should be that obsessed with Youporn.

Cystic acne did not suit him.

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>> No. 18480 Anonymous
6th February 2014
Thursday 8:23 pm
18480 The Light Fantastic
Terry Pratchett is great but the graphic novellisations of his work aren't always great. I haven't read this one, posting as a user request.
Mort is bad, Guards, Guards is good.
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>> No. 18183 Anonymous
20th January 2014
Monday 4:59 pm
18183 The Invisibles Vol 3
I'm confused by this, the issues were named in reverse order and the first pages had been switched around seemingly at random. I think I've corrected that now.
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It's interesting how similar some of the concepts regarding time in this comic are to some in Alan Moore's Neonomicon (2010), considering how much Moore accuses Morrison of plagiarism.

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>> No. 17336 Anonymous
20th January 2014
Monday 3:06 am
17336 The Invisibles Vol 1
Grant Morrison's continued descent into madness. Have you realised which character is his avatar yet? If you know what he looks like it shouldn't be hard. How many references to occult pop-culture have you noticed? I think John Lennon as the psychedelic Godhead was my favourite.
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>> No. 16618 Anonymous
20th January 2014
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16618 The Invisibles Vol 1
The Invisibles was Grant Morrison's first major work. A practitioner of (black?) magic, this comic is not just a comic - it was a four dimensional magical sigil intended to wake the world up to ... something or other. Awareness of the fight between order and chaos, symbolised as the clash between The Illuminati and the Justified Ancients of Mumu, perhaps. This comic caused quite a stir for various reasons, most notably that it pissed off Michael Moorcock who didn't like Morrison appropriating his appropriation of Joseph Campbell's Hero with a thousand faces.
When this comic was started, it wasn't really expected to sell because it was too off-the-wall. It would need some magical help. Now, according to Morrison, one of the easiest ways for a magical sigil to be "charged" with power, was to masturbate to completion with it in your mind. So a great wankathon was held to charge a sigil that would allow the comic to be funded to completion. Surprisingly, this worked and the comic was completed. Or, unsurprisingly, as Morrison says with regards to sigils:
>I've been using them for 20 years and they ALWAYS work.
If you're a little unhinged then you might have fun with his recipe for simple magic http://www.scribd.com/doc/24506/Pop-Magic-by-Grant-Morrison[/spoiler]
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>> No. 16322 Anonymous
20th January 2014
Monday 1:10 am
16322 The Filth
Written by Grant Morrison and drawn by Chris Weston and Gary Erskine.
The Filth was Morrison's next major project after The Invisibles. After his attempt to create a hyper-sigil that affected reality which was The Invisibles and accidentally (magically) giving himself a disease that he'd given his character in that story, he decided to try and make something with a less dangerous impact on the world and himself. Or at something along those lines.
I've wanted to post this for a while but apparently some of you are familiar with it, so, er, suck on it. If you've not read this before I hope you enjoy it.
Also, would you rather I did or didn't give this sort of rambling minor dissertation on each comic?
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>> No. 15779 Anonymous
16th January 2014
Thursday 3:20 pm
15779 League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Volume 3
Century 1, 2, 3 (1910, 1969, 2009).
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>> No. 16101 Anonymous
17th January 2014
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If you have the LOEG Black Dossier stuff? Or if not is Lost Girls any good or is it just a Mr Moore being a pervy old man? Although that could still be good I guess. Otherwise just whatever you reckons good.
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17th January 2014
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Oh yes thanks for reminding me, I had intended to post Black Dossier and that Nemo thing. There are lots of good things to be said about Lost Girls but I don't think the mods would appreciate it being posted.
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Fair play, appreciate all the uploading anyways.
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You could always upload it to another imageboard and link to it here.
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I'm not sure linking to it is a perfect solution. I'd rather just not bother with it if that's okay.

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>> No. 16103 Anonymous
17th January 2014
Friday 8:38 pm
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>> No. 15491 Anonymous
16th January 2014
Thursday 2:26 pm
15491 Empowered
Speaking of gratuitous fanservice (>>15487), here's issue #1 of the pseudo-manga "Empowered" by Adam Warren. The title is a little ironic. Whether or not that's deliberate I can't say as I never got more than ten pages in before giving up but if I had to guess I'd say it's not.
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>> No. 15671 Anonymous
16th January 2014
Thursday 2:40 pm
15671 The Dark Horse Book of the Dead
From 2003 to 2006 Dark horse published a series of four "The Dark Horse Book of the ...", collections of short stories written and illustrated by various different people. This is the most famous and hopefully best. Includes stories by Mike Mignola and Guy Davis, among others.
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>> No. 14836 Anonymous
16th January 2014
Thursday 1:18 pm
14836 Echo
Story and art by Terry Moore.
What I find interesting about this comic is that the panels and art are consciously based around phi, or the golden ratio. It's explained in >>15214
or thereabouts.
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The bad: The faces are all quite bland and generic and the main plot arc is a bit daft.
The good: The characterisation works well; many of the characters are very human and sympathetic. The clean lines and use of tone (white, black and grey) are really easy on the eyes, a pleasure to look at. I don't know if the use of the golden ratio really makes any difference but the gratuitous fanservice doesn't hurt.
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>the bad:
You forgot to include "someone on the production team clearly thought using Papyrus was an acceptable decision".

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>> No. 14568 Anonymous
16th January 2014
Thursday 12:39 pm
14568 Goddess
Garth Ennis and Phil Winslade.
This is a fun one. I suspect the likeness of "Mudhawk" is based on Ralph Brown's character[s] from Withnail & I and Waynes World.
Ralph Brown being the guy who plays the dad in Him and Her.
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>I don't advise a haircut, man. All hairdressers are in the employment of the government. Hairs are your aerials. They pick up signals from the cosmos, and transmit them directly into the brain. This is the reason bald-headed men are uptight.

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>> No. 14381 Anonymous
4th January 2014
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14381 Lobo - Unbound
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