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#1 Posted by keith71_98 (387 posts) - - Show Bio

@astrid12: I'll keep complaining. Sorry dude, I find it totally distracting and pretty goofy looking.

#2 Posted by keith71_98 (387 posts) - - Show Bio

Mega Congrats!

#3 Posted by keith71_98 (387 posts) - - Show Bio

He certainly said NOTHING that would make me give Red Hood another chance. Still doesn't seem to get why people feel so strongly about his cheesy, over-sexed, frat boy first issue.

#4 Posted by keith71_98 (387 posts) - - Show Bio

UGH! More Bachalo self-indulgent nonsense. No thanks!

#5 Posted by keith71_98 (387 posts) - - Show Bio

Congrats!!!!!!!!!!

#6 Posted by keith71_98 (387 posts) - - Show Bio

Clearly Cyclops was right. Wolverine came out of Schism like some unhinged baby with no grasp of reality.
#7 Posted by keith71_98 (387 posts) - - Show Bio

Congrats!
#8 Posted by keith71_98 (387 posts) - - Show Bio
@cosmo111687

Best Writing/Story

1st  Batman#1

2nd  All-Star Western #1

3rd  Swamp Thing #1

Best Interior Artwork

1st  Aquaman #1

2nd  Nightwing #1

3rd  Action Comics #1

Best Cover Artwork

1st  Resurrection Man #1

2nd  Grifter #1

3rd  DC Universe Presents #1

Best Non-DC or Marvel Issue

1st  Red Skull #3

2nd

3rd

Best Issues of the Month

1st  Batman #1

2nd  All-Star Western #1

3rd  Aquaman #1

#9 Posted by keith71_98 (387 posts) - - Show Bio

If comics completely let go of continuity, I'll probably let go of comics. I have all sorts of avenues to travel to find "a good story". Comics have always been unique in one way (other than being a visual and written medium), they have had this neat continuity where stories built upon stories and characters grew as their histories grew.  
 
There is this growing disdain over continuity but I find it to be absurd. Continuity shouldn't be considered a handicap. It's what gives the comics that extra something that most other storytelling mediums lack. Loving continuity isn't old fashioned. It's appreciating comics for what they've always been. 
 
Could it be a growing arrogance in creators that's driving this anti-continuity movement? Or could it be a new lazier group of readers who care nothing for history?
#10 Posted by keith71_98 (387 posts) - - Show Bio

Congrats!!!!