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#1 Posted by 1eyejoker (50 posts) - - Show Bio

Looks great. Plus GOGGINS is in it!
#2 Posted by 1eyejoker (50 posts) - - Show Bio

When I first saw a few pages of INCARNATE I got a strong Hellsing vibe from it. Reminded me of the manhwa Jack Frost, too.
#3 Posted by 1eyejoker (50 posts) - - Show Bio

I can't do art for sh!t, and I don't know anybody who can. Seriously frustrating when you write tons of scripts but have nothing to do with them.
#4 Posted by 1eyejoker (50 posts) - - Show Bio
#5 Posted by 1eyejoker (50 posts) - - Show Bio

My college has a class where Watchmen, Persepolis, The Killing Joke, and Maus are required reading. I haven't taken the class, but I think that's pretty cool.
#6 Posted by 1eyejoker (50 posts) - - Show Bio

If yer including Top Cow, then The Darkness. 
 

The Darkness 75 - Broussard, Weems & Firchow
#7 Posted by 1eyejoker (50 posts) - - Show Bio

The only comics Grant Morrison wrote which I enjoy are All-Star Superman and his Vampirella issues with Millar. WE3 and those three issues he wrote for Spawn were alright. Seven Soldiers was just disappointing. I truely hated Batman R.I.P. and everything that lead up to it. Remember that horrible issue 663 with the ugly prose and even uglier art? I could not even bother with Final Crisis, I just stuck with Johns' great Rogues' Revenge. Batman and Robin I'm on the fence about: the first three issues were good, the last three issues were not so good. I wasn't impressed with Joe. 
 
My brother read his entire run of New X-Men on his winter break and said it was okay, which for him means pretty good.

#8 Posted by 1eyejoker (50 posts) - - Show Bio

I could never get into Witchblade, except for a couple issues here and there, the only time I really liked the character was in First Born. I'm a Darkness-man through and through.
#9 Posted by 1eyejoker (50 posts) - - Show Bio

Breaking Bad is hardcore, there should be no problem with The Walking Dead. And even if it's censored on Tv, the episodes on DVD won't be.
#10 Posted by 1eyejoker (50 posts) - - Show Bio

Seriously, dream director for this: David Cronenberg. He could handle the gore and dark humor effortlessly, plus he would cast actual actors in the roles rather than just movie stars. And I hope the movie is closer to the first issues Garth Ennis wrote than the game which was more going for the tone Paul Jenkins had during the 2nd volume.