I can't believe they have no comics!


 21 Vs Brock
I was watching one of my favorite cartoon shows called the Venture Brothers and I thought to myself, "How can this not be a comic?".   As many of you know it was intended to be a comic and the show shares some of the creative talents from the Tick.  The odd part is that it was never made into a comic itself.  Not one issue.  So, great characters like Brock Samson and 21 don't have comic pages on comicvine.  This is made even worse when characters like John (whoever he is) has his own page.  This bummed me out so I ask you who deserves a comicvine page but doesn't fit that oh, so, needed criteria of actually being in a comic.  Is the Venture cartoon the only exception?  
 
Nominate your candidate!
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Superman one degree of separation.


 Superman vs. Hulk
Superman changed it all.  He was not the first Superhero.  He may not even be the best Superhero but he is the icon.  Every hero that came before and after has at one point compared with Superman.  Superman seems to have met just about everyone.  Both fictional characters and real people.  One of my favorite things in the comic world is the crossover.  We get to see Batman meet Scooby-Doo, Punisher meets Archie and even the X-Men meeting the characters from Star Trek.  With this in mind it should be easy for us to play the 6 ° of Superman game.  The obvious goal to this game is to connect a character on comicvine in the shortest way possible.  Ultimately, the best is to have both characters in the same frame.  Like when the Hulk fought Superman in Superman Spider-man #1 (1981)
 
Here are the rules
  1. You must list the comic, number and year for each degree
  2. You cannot use anything over that comics to make a connection.
  3. The user who solves the separation in 6 degrees or less gets to toss out the next challenge.
  4. It cannot be a piece of fan art or promotional art.
  5. They have to share the same frame as the next degree character in the actual story.
Degrees so far
  1. Worf in 3
  2. Spawn in 1
  3. Punisher in 2
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Please make Aquaman great again

A New King
Like several of my blogs this one was inspired by a previous writing.  I was reading a great blog by Amegashita at http://www.comicvine.com/forums/gen-discussion/1/four-things-i-see-wrong-with-the-comic-book-industry-today/620087/ 
 
In the last twenty years Aquaman has changed drastically and yet somehow not at all.  Aquaman has been on the edge of being one of DC's top characters and yet even he is subject to the whims of an their unsure vision.  In 1993 Aquaman was about as exciting as a bowl of white rice.  He couldn't even sustain his own book.  That was until Peter David wrote for the character and changed his look and character for better.  Aquaman soon looked more like an ancient king with his beard and long hair.  He was like a super-powered King Arther.  He got rid of his orange shirt and wore armour like a gladiator.  He also did something that I am normally dead set against.  He lost his hand.  The reason this was an exception is because what was done with the character afterwards.  He was interesting again!  
 
 Dolphin
Aquaman looked and acted like the character always should have.  He also had interesting supporting characters.  Remember when Dolphin wore his orange shirt as a dress.  It was a more heroic look then the daisy dukes outfit albeit not as revealing.  Last but not least was Aquaman's hand was not replaced by some overly cybernetic technological prosthetic that is somehow only available to superhero characters in the DC universe.  His hand was basically a hook.  Not only was it simple and elegant it was appropriate for his character.  He had a unique look now.  He stood out.  He no longer looked like a blonde Superman.  He was a man handicapped by his missing hand and yet still a powerful hero.  No matter how cool his hook arm was it was still a hook.  He may of had other powers but he was still handicapped and that made him relateable.  In the DC Animated Universe the loss of his hand was an even more powerful story when he cuts it off his own hand to save the life of his son from the otherwise certain death at the hands of his own brother.  That is a biblical story of epic proportions worth of a superhero.
 
The series started by Peter David lasted 77 issues not counting annuals and specials and was the longest run the character ever had.  The decision was made to cancel the book and this was the last nail for the peak of Aquaman.  After that Aquaman was changed again and again piece by piece reverting him back to the stale charter he was when it all started.  Now it is 2011 and Aquaman, Hal Jordan and Barry Allen are back like it is the 1960's again.  Character's need to change and grow but it needs to be done well and the long standing implications need to be considered.  Why change Aquaman back to the boring character of the 1960's?  He was a successful, modern, appealing and needed to grow.  Why revert Aquaman back?  Why bring back characters like Hal and Barry when you have correctly replaced them with Kyle and Wally?  And can someone tell me why we still have Superhero's wearing panties on the outside of their spandex tights? 
 
DC is rebooting many aspects of it's universe.  I hope they get it right.  Unfortunately, I don't think they will. 
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DC Comics 52. What is yours.

Look, we fans have little control over the comic book world minus our voting with our hard earned cash.  So, like it or not there will be 52 books next year.  In a perfect world what would be your 52?  Keep in mind you can reboot if you want.  Do you have what it takes to make up your own list of 52 books?   Here is mine
 

  1. Superman
  2. Superboy
  3. Supergirl
  4. Steel
  5. Power Girl
  6. Batman
  7. Nightwing
  8. Robin (Tim Drake as the last Robin.  No others after him.)
  9. Catwoman 
  10. Oracle (with the Birds of prey Huntress, Black Canary, Power Girl, Thorn, Judomaster, Misfit)
  11. Batgirl (Cassandra Cain)
  12. Wonder Woman
  13. Billy Batson
  14. Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner)
  15. Flash (Wally West.  Barry is still dead.)
  16. Aquaman
  17. Green Arrow
  18. Hawkgirl (Hawkman as sidekick)
  19. Martian Manhunter (Leader of Justice League starring Hawkman, Jesse Chambers, Starfire, Gypsy, Nightwing, Billy Batson, Conner Hawk, Supergirl, John Stewart, Raven)
  20. Atom (Palmer)
  21. Booster Gold
  22. Blue Beetle (Back from the dead Ted Kord teaches Reyes how to be the next Blue Beetle)
  23. Firestorm (Ronnie)
  24. Donna Troy (Leader of Titans also starring Superboy, Kid Flash, Robin (Drake), Arrowette, Wonder Girl (Brunette), Secret, Bombshell, Miss Martian, Mary Marvel)
  25. Wildcat (A rebooted young Wildcat)
  26. Cyborg (Beast Boy as sidekick)
  27. Adam Strange
  28. Animal Man
  29. Raven
  30. Blackhawk (with his squadron as modern day jet pilots)
  31. Rock (Modern Soldier and commander of Suicide Squads with Flag, Waller the other characters from EZ Company and various badguys)
  32. Captain Atom (leader ot the international Justice league also starring Guy Gardner, Ice, Fire, Rocket Red, Booster, Blue Beetle, Ragman, Maxima Crimson Fox the twins)
  33. Tarzan (In the modern world)
  34. Black Lightning
  35. Swamp Thing
  36. Blue Devil
  37. Miss America (Leader of the Freedom Fighters starring Unknown Soldier (Modernized), G.I. Robot, Agent Liberty, Liberty Belle (New), Shield)
  38. Black Terror (reimagined)
  39. Crimson Avenger (Travis in a modern world)
  40. Nightshade
  41. Spirit
  42. Ray
  43. Phantom Lady
  44. Question (Vic)
  45. Vigilante (Original Chase)
  46. Static
  47. Spartan (also starring the rest of the W.I.L.D. Cats)
  48. Stargirl (with S.T.R.I.P.E.)
  49. Red Hood
  50. Vixen
  51. Zatanna
  52. Zorro (A Modern Hero)
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DC's new 52 reboot/relaunch....What is going on?


The Fury of Firestorm #1
Hello friends.  Far be it for me to know everything (some may say anything) about comics but I can not seem to find story on this website or any other that can tell me what is going on with the DC reboot/relaunch.  If there is a blog like this and I missed it I am sorry.  There is a bunch of stuff that explains some things or partial list of what is coming up but I am always the last to know when ever there is any new information.  So, Comicvine maybe you can help.  My questions as follows.... 

  1. What are the 52 new titles?
  2. Does everything start at issue #1 even books like Detective Comics?
  3. Are there any books that will be made besides the 52?
  4. Why 52 anyway?
  5. Will there be other universes like Vertigo and Wildstorm or is everything under the same umbrella.
  6. Is this a real reboot or relaunch?
  7. What is being rebooted or changed?
  8. What are the rosters for the new teams and how many are on these teams?  Answer: My Greatest Adventure will star (Tanga and Garbage Man)
  9. How many Firestorm's are they going to be and who?
  10. Who will star in Green Lantern, Batgirl and Flash?
  11. Who is going to be OMAC?  Is it a team?
 OMAC?
I am asking you to help a guy out.  I'm starting to feel like a clueless old man.  Here is a partial list of the books I think are coming out.  Please let me know if I am wrong or update me if I am missing some or when the new one's are released. 
 
Solo Titles:
01. Aquaman
02. Batman
03. Superman
04. The Savage Hawkman
05. Fury Of Firestorm
06. Captain Atom
07. Mr.Terrific
08. Green Arrow
09. The Flash
10. Wonder Woman
11. Grifter
12. Nightwing
13. Batgirl
14. Green Lantern
15. OMAC
16. Static Shock
17. Batwoman
18. Supergirl
19. Catwoman
20. Swamp Thing
21. Voodoo
22. Batwing
23. Batman:The Dark Knight
24. Demon Knights
25. Animal Man
26. Frankenstein: Agent Of S.H.A.D.E
27. Resurrection Man
28. I,Vampire
29. Deathstroke
30. Superboy
31. Blue Beetle

Awesome

Team Books:
32: Red Hood and the Outlaws
33: Batman and Robin
34: Hawk And Dove
35. Teen Titans
36. Birds Of Prey
37. Legion Lost
38. Green Lantern Corps
39. Green Lantern:The New Guardians
40. Red Lanterns
41. Justice League 
42. Stormwatch
43. Blackhawks
44.Sgt.Rock and his Men Of War
45.Suicide Squad
46. Justice League International
47. Justice League Dark
48: Legion Of Superheroes
 
Anthology Titles:

49. DC Universe Presents 
50. Detective Comics
51. All-Star Western
52. Action Comics 

Information is Power and I am powerless.  By the way:  Thank you Avenging-X-Bolt for cluing me in.
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The Original Star Trek Pilot, and What Could Have Been


The Cage
I was writing a review for one of the comics in the Star Trek: Early Voyages series by Marvel and I started going on about what could have been if the series had been made with Christopher Pike as Captain.  That is what the series is about and it is really good.  I highly recommend it. Well as I wrote the it sounded more like a blog.  So here it is.
 
With only one episode it is hard to see why a character could be so impactful and it is not just because he was the first.  The whole crew was great from the sweet young Yeoman J. Mia Colt to Spock himself.  Spock being the only character from Pike's crew to go on to be a part of Kirk's crew.  
 
Now without sounding sacrilegious I never liked Kirk much but thought Pike was what a Captain could really be.  So, I would wonder what would have happened to the whole Star Trek Universe if the pilot with Pike was picked up instead of Kirk.  One big thing is that the actor Jeffery Hunter died a few months before the last episode of the original series.  This means that any movie that came after would either not exist, had stared another actor as Pike or made someone else as Captain like Spock for example. 
 
Love That Man!?
The big thing that is for sure is there would be no William Shatner.  Now, Shatner's personality had greatly effected what Star Trek was up until the first few seasons of the Next Generation.  It does not matter if you like the actor William Shatner or his character on Star Trek but I strongly believe that he held Star Trek back from what it could be by his impact on how the episodes were made.  There have been many comments made from actors and people who worked on the show such as writers who would portray Shatner as abrasive, arrogant and as an ego manic.  Complaining he did not have enough lines, screen time and making it difficult to film anything that didn't really make him the star.  In other words making it very difficult to have an ensemble cast.  These traits kept most the other actors in the background.
 
A New Crew
If Pike remained not only would the interaction be different and in my opinion better it would also have many different actors.  They still would have needed to add a few more characters such as a helmsmen, chief engineer communications officer and the nurse would be different as Christine Chapel and Number One were played by the same actress.  Having a prominent female officer as second in command sure would have a positive impact in the 1960's for sure.  
 
So imagine a crew of Pike as Captain, Number One as First Officer, Spock as Science officer, Jose Tyler as Navigator, Hikaru Sulu as Helmsmen, Nyota Uhura as Communications, Philip Boyce as the Doctor, Janice Rand as Nurse, Montgomery Scott as Chief Enginer, and J. Mia Colt as Yeoman.  Is is a Pipe dream?  Sure but, it is fun to imagine. All that said the comic series is a lot of fun.  It really shows what it could have been.
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My Friend Is Gone

This last Friday night/Saturday morning a dear friend of mine died and tomorrow is his funeral.  This man cheated death twice.  Once in Viet Nam and once twenty years ago when he faced a medical crisis.  If he had died either of those times I never would have gotten to know him.  The man was a hero and a mentor to me.  Considering the differences in our age he was like a father figure to me.  This is really tough considering I lost my grandfather less than a year ago.  He was also really important to me.  Both were war heroes btw.  
 
When my grandfather died I had close people I could morn with but it is different this time.  I feel completely alone and isolated in my grief.  This is due to our unique friendship and the difference of age.  I wrote this only to feel better.  Forgive me for being pathetic.  Right now my heart is broken and I feel very, very weak in my depression.

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Superhero History A Resolution


 Holy Superhero
This whole idea started with a couple blogs I read arguing who was the first superhero. Just like all the other blogs and forums it depends on what your definition of Superhero is. Are you looking for the first character with superpowers? Are you looking for the first superhuman? Are you looking for the first one in comics or the first one in history? It is all relative. To some Hercules, Samson, Robin Hood, and King Arthur are Superheros. All of these are nearly a thousand years or more old. Personally I think Zorro is the first Superhero but that is just me.

Well, after reading many insightful comments and then twice as many more moronic one's I decided to look into it myself and what I found is obvious. It is that all Superheroes are based on characters and stories that came before them. Superman was not born in a vacuum he was inspired by characters that came before him. They were built on the shoulders of past characters and real life heroes. They are an evolution. This led me to make lists of characters that inspired comic characters that came after them, and had the biggest impact on the comic world. The only prerequisites to the list were they had to influence the world of comics and appear in comics themselves.

I started making a list of the twelve greatest characters for each decade starting with the years between 2000 and 2009. Then I went back into time. The 90's, 80's, 70's and so on. I kept doing this until 1800. Out of all those there were only a couple of lists I couldn't fill. After that I made four more lists this time they were for two centuries. Like 1600-1799 and so on. This took me back to the year 1000. It is at this time that I made one more list for characters that have been around so long no one is sure when they first appeared.

 The First

On these lists I posted the very first appearance of each character. In doing so I came across wonderful pieces of literature. Many I had read. Many I had not. I found myself wanting to read many of the books and reread others. I also studied how comics came to be and how the whole thing started.

You see comics started out as collections of comic strips. Then someone got the bright idea to make new ones. This was the start of comics....or was it. Before comics there were pulp novels, dime novels, penny dreadfuls, gothic horror and many more. They were illustrated but mostly there were narratives. That said they carried the heart of what comics were.

After this I made these lists and took on my research. I told myself I was going to reread and in some cases read for the first time all the books that I listed for these characters....Or at least as many as I can.  This is my New Years Resolution.
 
I'll mark the ones I read with a ♥♦♣♠

Comics
  1. Funny Pages #6 1936 - Clock
  2. Funny Picture Stories #1 1936 - Clock
  3. Action Comics #1 1939 - Superman
  4. Detective Comics #27 1939 - Batman
  5. Mystery Men Comics #1 1939 - Blue Beetle I
  6. Marvel Comics #1 1939 - Human Torch
  7. The Spirit #1 1940 - Spirit
  8. Whiz Comics #2 1940 - Captain Marvel
  9. Batman #1 1940 Catwoman
  10. Detective Comics #38 1940 - Robin I
  11. Motion Picture Funnies Weekly #1 1940 - Namor
  12. All-Star Comics #8 1941 - Wonder Woman
  13. Captain America Comics #1 1941 - Captain America
  14. Military Comics #1 1941 - Blackhawk
  15. More Fun Comics #73 1941 - Green Arrow, Aquaman
  16. Police Comics #1 1941 - Plastic Man
  17. Exciting Comics #9 1941 - Black Terror
  18. Phantom Stranger #1 1952 - Phantom Stranger
  19. Wild Westerns #26 1953 - Ringo Kid
  20. Four Color #596 1954 Turok
  21. Rawhide Kid #1 1955 - Rawhide Kid
  22. Showcase Comics #4 1956 - Flash II
  23. Wild Frontier #7 1957, Cheyenne Kid
  24. Showcase #17 1958, Adam Strange
  25. Showcase #22 1959, Hal Jordan
  26. Our Army At War #81 1959 - Sgt. Rock
  27. Action Comics #252 1959, Supergirl
  28. Flash #110 1960 - Flash III
  29. Amazing Fantasy #15 1962 - Spider-man
  30. Journey into Mystery #83 1962 Thor
  31. Incredible Hulk #1 1962 - Hulk
  32. Tales of Suspense #39 1963 - Iron Man
  33. Sgt. Fury #1 1963 - Sgt. Fury
  34. Magnus Robot Fighter #1 1963 - Magnus
  35. Daredevil #1 1964 - Daredevil
  36. Fantastic Four #48 1966 - Silver Surfur
  37. Marvel Super-Heroes #12 1967 - Captain Marvel
  38. Vamprilla #1 1969 - Vamprilla
  39. Marvel Spotlight #5 1972, Ghost Rider II
  40. All-Star Westerns #10 1972 - Johna Hex
  41. Conan the Barbarian #23 1973 - Red Sonja
  42. Hulk #181 1974 - Wolverine
  43. Amazing Spider-man #129 1974 - Punisher
  44. DC First Issue #8 1975 - Warlord
  45. Werewolf By Night #32 1975 - Moon Knight
  46. A Man Called Nova #1 1976 - Nova
  47. 2000 AD #2 1977 - Judge Dread
  48. ROM #1 1979 - ROM
  49. Swamp Thing #1 1982 - Swamp Thing
  50. Badger #1 1983 - Bager
  51. Starslyer #10 1983 - Grimjack
  52. Teenaged Mutant Ninja Turtle #1 1984 - Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, Raphael
  53. Swamp Thing #37 1985 - John Constantine
  54. ♠♣♥♦  Booster Gold #1 1986 - Booster Gold
  55. Meagaton #3 1986 - Savage Dragon
  56. Uncanny X-Men #201 1986 - Cable
  57. The Tick #1 1988 - Tick,  Arthur
  58. Sandman #1 1989 - Dream of the Endless
  59. Batman #436 1989 Robin III
  60. Ghost Rider #1 1990 Ghost Rider III
  61. New Mutants #98 1991 - Deadpool
  62. Spawn #1 1992 Spawn
  63. Superman #500 1993 - Superboy
  64. Green Lantern #48 1994 - Kyle Rayner
  65. Flash #92 1994 - Flash IV
  66. Starman #1 1994 - Starman VII
  67. Cyblade / Shi #1 1995 - Witchblade
  68. Supergirl #1 1996 - Linda Danvers
  69. What if...? #105 1998 - Spider-girl
  70. Sentry #1 2000 - Sentry
  71. Invincible #1 2002 - Invincible
  72. Hood #1 2002 - Hood
  73. Walking Dead #1 2003 - Rick Grimes
  74. ♠♣♥♦ Infinite Crisis #3 2006 -  Blue Beetle III
  75. Cable & Deadpool #38 2007 - Bob
  76. Kick Ass #1 2008 - Kick Ass
 A Bad Man

Novels
  1. Book of Judges - between 1045 and 1000 BC, Samson
  2. ♥♦♣♠ Book of Job - 600 and 400 BC, Job
  3. Aesop's Fables - between 620 and 560 BC, The Big Bad Wolf
  4. ♥♦♣♠ Beowulf 8-11 Century - Beowulf
  5. The History of The Kings of Britain 1136, King Arthur, Morgause, Merlin, Sir Morderad
  6. Les Prouesses et faitz du noble Huon de Bordeaux 13 Century - Oberon
  7. ♥♦♣♠ Divine Comedy 1321 - Dante Alighieri
  8. ♥♦♣♠ Sir Gawain and the Green Knight 14 Century - Green Knight
  9. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book One 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  10. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Two 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  11. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Three 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  12. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Four 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  13. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Five 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  14. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Six 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  15. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Seven 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  16. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Eight 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  17. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Nine 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  18. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Ten 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  19. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Eleven 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  20. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Twelve 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  21. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Thirteen 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  22. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Fourteen 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  23. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Fifteen 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  24. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Sixteen 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  25. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Seventeen 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  26. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Eighteen 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  27. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Nineteen 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  28. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Twenty 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  29. ♥♦♣♠ Le Morte Darthur Book Twenty-one 1485 - Sir Gareth, Sir Gaheris, 
  30. ♥♦♣♠ The Ingenuous Hidalgo Don Quixote (Book One) 1605 - Don Quixote, Sancho Panza
  31. The Ingenuous Hidalgo Don Quixote (Book Two) 1605 - Don Quixote, Sancho Panza
  32. ♥♦♣♠ Pilgrim's Progress (Book One) 1678 – Christian
  33. ♥♦♣♠ Pilgrim's Progress (Book Two) 1678 - Christian
  34. Tales of Passed Times, by Mother Goose - 1698, Little Red Riding Hood, Sleeping Beauty
  35. One Thousands and One Nights Volume One
  36. One Thousands and One Nights Volume Two
  37. One Thousands and One Nights Volume Three
  38. One Thousands and One Nights Volume Four
  39. One Thousands and One Nights Volume Five
  40. One Thousands and One Nights Volume Six - Ali Baba, Aladdin
  41. One Thousands and One Nights Volume Seven
  42. One Thousands and One Nights Volume Eight
  43. One Thousands and One Nights Volume Nine
  44. One Thousands and One Nights Volume Ten
  45. One Thousands and One Nights: Supplemental Nights Volume One
  46. One Thousands and One Nights: Supplemental Nights Volume Two
  47. One Thousands and One Nights: Supplemental Nights Volume Three - Sinbad
  48. One Thousands and One Nights: Supplemental Nights Volume Four
  49. One Thousands and One Nights: Supplemental Nights Volume Five
  50. One Thousands and One Nights: Supplemental Nights Volume Six
  51. ♥♦♣♠ Robinson Crusoe 1719 - Robinson Crusoe, Friday
  52. The Highland Rouge 1723 - Rob Roy
  53. Gulliver's Travels 1726 - Lemuel Gulliver
  54. La jeune américaine, et les contes marins in 1740 – Belle, Beast
  55. ♥♦♣♠ The Memoirs Of A Woman Of Pleasure 1748 - Fanny Hill
  56. Baron Munchhausen's Narrative Of His Marvelous Tales And Campinas In Russia 1781 - Baron Munchhausen
  57. A History Of New York From The Beginning Of The World To The End Of The Dutch Dynasty By Diedrich Knickerbocker 1809 - Diedrich Knickerbocker
  58. Children's and Household Tales Volume One - 1812 Hansel, Gretel, Repunzel 
  59. ♥♦♣♠ Frankenstein 1818 - Dr. Frankenstein, Frankenstein's Monster
  60. Ivanhoe 1819 - Ivanhoe
  61. The Spy 1821 - George Washington
  62. The Hunchback Of Notre Dame 1831 - Quasimodo, Claude Frollo, Phoebus Chateaupers, Esmerelda
  63. The Life And Adventures Of Col. Davy Crockett Of West Tennessee 1833 Davy Crokett
  64. A Page From The Colonial History Of Philadelphia 1835 - Captain Blackbeard
  65. Three Bears 1837, Goldilocks
  66. Little Mermaid 1837, Little Mermaid
  67. The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby 1838- Nicholas Nickleby
  68. Oliver Twist 1838 - Oliver Twist, Bill Sykes, Artful Dodger
  69. The Genuine History Of The Life OF Richard Turpin 1839 - Dick Turpin
  70. Deerslayer 1841 - Natty Bumppo
  71. A Christmas Carol 1843 - Ebenezer Scrooge, Bob Cratchet, Tiny Tim, Jacob Marley, The Ghost's of Christmas Past, Present and Future,
  72. The Three Musketeers 1844 - D'Artagnan, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis
  73. The Man In The Iron Mask 1847 - The Man in the Iron Mask
  74. Prince Of The Gold Hunters 1849 - Kit Carson
  75. Scarlet Letter 1850 -  Hester Prynne, Arthur Dimmesdale
  76. Moby Dick 1851 - Captain Ahab, Ishmael, Stub, Starbuck, Queequeg
  77. Uncle Tom's Cabin 1852 - Uncle Tom
  78. The Life & Times Of Col. Daniel Boone 1859 - Daniel Boone
  79. A Tale Of Two Cities 1859 - Sydney Carton
  80. The Woman In White 1859 - Walter Hartright
  81. Great Expectations 1860 - Philip Pirrip
  82. Les Miserables 1862 - Javert, Jean ValJean
  83. Alice's Adventurers In Wonderland 1865 - Alice Liddle, Queen of Hearts, The White Rabbit, Cheshire Cat, Mad Hatter
  84. From Earth To The Moon 1865 - Michael Arden
  85. The Toilers Of The Sea 1866 - Gilliatt
  86. The Forrest Boy 1867 - Abraham Lincoln
  87. Gwynplaine 1869 - Gwynplaine
  88. ♥♦♣♠ Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Seas 1870 - Captain Nemo, Ned Land
  89. What Katy Did 1872 - Katy Car
  90. Around The World In Eighty Days 1873 - Phineas Fog
  91. The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer 1876 - Tom Sawyer, Huckleberry Finn, Injun Joe
  92. Early Experiences Of A Young Flagellant 1876 - Rosa Belinda Coote
  93. Ben-Hur A Tale Of Christ 1880 Ben-Hur
  94. Treasure Island 1881 - Long John Silver
  95. King Solomon's Mine 1885 - Allan Quatermain
  96. ♥♦♣♠ Strange Case Of Doctor Jekyll And Mister Hyde 1886 - Henry Jekyll, Hasite Lanyon
  97. Robur-The-Conquerer 1886 - Robur the Conquerer
  98. ♥♦♣♠ A Study In Scarlet 1887- Sherlock Holmes, John Watson
  99. The Man-Hunter: Stories From The Notebook Of A Detective 1888 - Dick Donovan
  100. ♥♦♣♠ The Time Machine 1895 - The Time traveler
  101. Dracula 1897 - Dracula, Wilhelmina, Murray, Abraham Van Helsing, John Seward, Johnathan Harker
  102. The Invisible Man 1897 - Invisible Man
  103. ♥♦♣♠ The Wonderful Wizard of Oz 1900 - Dorothy Gale, Scarecrow, Tin Woodsman, Cowardly Lion, Wicked Witch
  104. The First Men To The Moon 1901 Selwyn Cavor
  105. The Little White Bird 1902 - Peter Pan
  106. ♥♦♣♠ The Scarlet Pimpernel 1903 - Scarlet Pimpernel
  107. Bar-20 1904 - Hopalong Casidy
  108. The Marvelous Land Of Oz 1904 - Jack Pumpkinhead
  109. Cabellero's Way 1907 - Cisco Kid
  110. Phantom of the Opera 1909 - Phantom of the Opera
  111. Fantomas 1911 - Fantomas
  112. Alraune 1911 - Alraune
  113. Tazan of the Apes 1912 - Tarzan
  114. ♥♦♣♠ Under the Moons of Mars 1912 - John Carter, Tars Tarkas
  115. Mystery of Dr. Fu Manchu 1912 - Dr. Fu Manchu,  Sir Dennis Nayland-Smith
  116. ♥♦♣♠ Cave Girl 1913 - Cave Girl, Smith-Jones
  117. At the Earth's Core 1914 - David Innes
  118. Doctor Syn: A Tale of the Romney Marsh 1915 - Scarecrow
  119. The House Without A Key 1925 - Charlie Chan
  120. Bomba the Jungle Boy 1926 - Jungle Boy
  121. Moon Maid 1926 - Moon Maid
  122. Captain Blood: His Odyssy 1922 - Captain Bllod
  123. Casino Royal 1953 - James Bond

 No Time To Play
Plays
  1. ♥♦♣♠ The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark 1599-1601 - Hamlet, Ophelia
  2. Spring Heeled Jack The Terror Of London 1840 - Spring Heeled Jack
  3. Peter Pan 1904 - Captain Hook
Dime Novels
  1. ♥♦♣♠ The Case Of Summerfield 1871 - Black Bart
  2. Jack Harkaway's Schooldays 1871 - Jack Harkaway
  3. Beadle's Half-Dime Library #1 1877 - Calamity Jane
  4. Adventures Of Buffalo Bill From Boyhood To Manhood 1881 - Buffalo Bill
  5. The Authentic Life Of Billy The Kid 1882 - Billy the Kid
  6. The Old Detective's Pupil 1886 - Nick Carter
  7. The Mysterious Crime Of Madison Square 1886 - Nick Carter

 The Red Death
Gothic Novels
  1. The Curse Upon Mitre Square 1888 - Jack the Ripper
Short Stories
  1. ♠♣♥♦ Rhodopis - between 64 BC – 24 AD
  2. ♠♣♥♦ The History Of Johann Faust 1587 - Johann Faust
  3. ♠♣♥♦  The History Of Tom Thumb 1621 - Tom Thumb
  4. Master Cat - 1698, Puss in Boots
  5. ♠♣♥♦ Rip Van Winkle 1819 - Rip Van Winkle
  6. ♠♣♥♦ The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow 1820 - Ichabob Crane, The Headless Horseman
  7. ♠♣♥♦ The Fall Of The House Of Usher 1839 - Roderick Usher
  8. ♠♣♥♦ Berenice 1835 - Berenice, Egaes
  9. ♠♣♥♦ Murders In The Rue Morgue 1841 - C. Auguste Dupin 
  10. ♥♦♣♠  The Masque Of The Red Death 1842 - Prince Prospero, The Red Death
  11. ♥♦♣♠ The Little Girl With Matchsticks 1845 - The Little Matchstick Girl
  12. ♥♦♣♠ The Caste Of Amontillado 1846 - Montresor, Fortunato
  13. ♥♦♣♠ Some Words With A Mummy 1850 - Allamistakeo
  14. ♥♦♣♠ A Scandal In Bohemia 1891- Irene Adler
  15. ♥♦♣♠ The Final Solution 1893 - James Moriarty
  16. ♥♦♣♠ The Greek Interpreter 1893 - Mycroft Holmes
  17. ♥♦♣♠ The Adventure Of The Empty House 1903 - Colonel Sebastian Moran
  18. ♥♦♣♠ The Statement of Randolph Carter 1920 - Randolph Carter
 Nice Hair Cut
Magazines
  1. Lippincott's Monthly Magazine Picture of Dorian Gray 1890 - Dorian Gray
  2. All-Story Weekly Magazine #2 1919 - Zorro
  3. ♥♦♣♠  Weird Tales 1928 Call Of Cthulhu - Cthulhu
  4. ♠♣♥♦ Armageddon 2419 A.D. 1928 Buck Rogers, Wilma Deering
  5. Weird Tales (Red Shadows) 1928 – Solomon Kane
  6. Weird Tales (The Shadow Kingdom) 1929 – Kull
  7. Weird Tales Magazine #1 1932 - Conan

Penny Dreadfuls
  1. Varney The Vampire 1845 - Sir Varney
  2. The String Of Pearls: A Romance 1845 - Barber of Seville
  3. The Blue Dwarf 1961 - Blue Dwarf
  4. Broad Arrow Jack 1866 - Broad Arrow Jack

 Phantom of the Night
Comic Strips
  1. ♥♦♣♠ Phantom February 17, 1936 - The Phantom
  2. Dick Tracy October 4, 1931 - Dick Tracy
  3. ♥♦♣♠ Flash Gordon January 8, 1934 - Flash Gordon
Poems
  1. The Epic of Gilgamesh 7th Century - Gilgamesh, Enkidu
  2. The Life of Merlin 1150, Morgan Le Fay
  3. Erec and Enide at about 1170- Sir Perceval, Sir Lanceelot
  4. Lancelot, the Knight of the Cart 1170's - Lady of the Lake
  5. Perceval, The Story of the Grail 1181-1191 -Red Knight, Elaine, Caradoc
  6. Lancelot-Grail 1210 - Sir Galahad
  7. Prose Tristen 1230 - Sir Galahad
  8. The Post-Vulgate 1230 - King Pellanore - Sir Galahd
  9. The White Book of Rhydderch in 1325 - Queen Guinevere, Sir Gawain
  10. ♥♦♣♠ A Gest Of Robyn Hode 1475 - Robin Hood, Will Scarlet, Little John
  11. ♥♦♣♠ Robin Hood And The Sheriff Of Nottingham 1475 - Fairer Tuck
  12. ♥♦♣♠ The Tragicall History of Romeus and Juliet in 1562 - Romeo, Juliet, Tibult
  13. The Faerie Queen Book One 1596 - The Black Knight
  14. The Faerie Queen Book Two 1596 - The Black Knight
  15. The Faerie Queen Book Three 1596 - The Black Knight
  16. The Faerie Queen Book Four 1596 - The Black Knight
  17. The Faerie Queen Book Five 1596 - The Black Knight
  18. The Faerie Queen Book Six 1596 - The Black Knight
  19. The Faerie Queen Book Seven 1596 - The Black Knight
  20. Tom a Lincoln 1599 - Gloriana Tenebrae
  21. ♥♦♣♠ Robin Hood and Alan-a-Dale 17 Century Alan-a-Dale
Newspapers
  1. ♥♦♣♠ Round River Drive 1901 - Paul Bunyan

 Can You See My Voice?
Radio, Television, Film
  1. The Detective Story Hour – First Episode 1930 - Shadow (If it still exists)
  2. Lone Ranger – First Episode 1933 - Lone Ranger (If it still exists)
  3. Green Hornet Radio Program – January 31, 1936 - Green Hornet
  4. ♥♦♣♠ Nosferatu 1922 - Count Orlock
  5. ♥♦♣♠ Star Trek: The Cage 1965 - Spock, James Kirk
  6. ♥♦♣♠ Batman the Animated Series: Joker's Favor 1992 - Harley Quinn
  7. ♥♦♣♠ Superman the Animated Series: A Little Piece of Home 1996 - Mercy Graves
  8. ♥♦♣♠ X-Men: Evolution: X-23 2003 - X-23
  9. Creature From the Black Lagoon - The Creature
  10. ♥♦♣♠ Star Wars 1977 - Darth Vader, Han Solo, Luke Skywalker
  11. Raiders of the Lost Ark 1981, Indiana Jones
 
275 books for 2011  It is a Lofty Dream.  Happy 2011, Everyone!
 
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Well, I made this list and then found out the the books Le Morte Darthur and The Faerie Queen have multiple books Le Morte Darthur is twenty one books and The Faerie Queen has seven as well as others  Think of it like the Bible.  The Bible has about 66 books depending on your specific doctrine.  Long story short I have more on my reading list than I thought.  I am still trying to get it done but it is going to be harder.  I will still keep to my 20 books a month.  That means I could be 35 books off with 275 books on the list.  I think I will be successful if I read between 240-275 books.
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Liberty's Reviews

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Titles/ Characters Reviewed: (alphabetical) 
Batgirl Titles 
Black Lightning (1977)
Blue Beetle (1986)
Booster Gold (1986)
Brave and the Bold, The (1991)
Clerks Titles
DC 2000 (2000)
Deadshot (1988)
Death of Superman, The [story arc]
E-Man Titles
Ghost Titles 
Ghost (1995) 
Ghost (1998)
Ghost/ Batgirl (2000)
Guardians of Metropolis (1994)
Huntress, The  (1989)
Huntress (1994)
Justice League International (1987)
Legends (1986)
Miscellaneous 
Painkiller Jane Titles
Ray, The  (1992)
Showcase '94 (1994)
Spectre, The (1992)
Spirit, The (1940)
Sword of the Atom (1983)
Teen Titans (2003)
Vigilante, The (1983)
Wonder Girl (2007)
Young Justice (1998)

Batgirl Titles:.
08/08/10: Batgirl Adventures #1: ....... I Love My Harley.
06/04/10: Batgirl Special #1: .............. Full of holes
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Black Lightning (1977)
06/20/10: #1: Black in Black.
06/20/10: #2: How can you not love this.

Blue Beetle (1986)
05/29/10: #2: Incendiary.
06/08/10: #3: Mad World.
06/09/10: #4: Time Flies.
06/09/10: #5: The Blue Beetle Question.
06/11/10: #6: Face It.
06/28/10: #7: Good Book Corny Ending.
07/14/10: #8: All Star.
07/14/10: #9: Down with Beetle?.
07/20/10: #10: Time for a different Villain.
07/21/10: #11: A Hybrid Story.
08/01/10: #12: A Hybrid Crossover.
08/08/10: #14: Make My Day.
08/09/10: #15: I've got to admit it's getting better. It's getting better all t.
10/03/10: #16: Good One Shot.

Booster Gold (1986)
05/29/10: #1: Boosteriffic
05/29/10: #2: Death of Skeets!?!.
05/29/10: #3: That is right a Booster review.
07/16/10: #4: The 1000 Conclusion.
07/17/10: #5: A Very Good Story.
07/17/10: #6: Booster Origin.

Brave and the Bold, The (1991)
08/06/10: #1: Not a Good Start.
08/06/10: #2: Only Slightly Better.
08/06/10: #3: A Steady Incline.
08/06/10: #4: Short and Sweet?.
08/06/10: #5:   Down, Down, Down.

Clerks Titles:.
06/04/10: Clerks (The Comic Book) #0: Very Funny.
06/27/10: Clerks: The Lost Scene #1: .... Classic Clerks.
07/18/10: Clerks Holiday Special #1: ..... Noise, Noise, Noise.
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DC 2000 (2000)
08/02/10: #1: A Perfect Comic.
08/03/10: #2: Fantastic.
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Deadshot (1988)
05/13/10: #1: Dead on Arrival.
05/13/10: #2: Don't Mess With Deadshot.
08/01/10: #3: What can be said?.

Death of Superman, The [story arc]
10/23/10: Part 1: Superman: The Man of Steel #18: ....... Lackluster Start
10/23/10: Part 2: Justice League America #69: ............... Awesome.
10/25/10: Part 3: Superman #74: ....................................... Guy Is Awesome!
10/26/10: Part 4: Adventures of Superman #497: ........... It is about time!
11/08/10: Part 5: Action Comics #684: .............................. Filler
11/08/10: Part 6: Superman: The Man of Steel #19: ....... About Time
11/09/10: Part 7: Superman #75: ....................................... Snuffed Out
11/09/10: The Death of Superman TPB: ........................... History
11/16/10: Superman: Doomsday DVD: ............................. I want 90 minutes of my life and my 20 bucks back!

E-Man Titles:.
06/16/10: E-Man (Charlton) #1: ....... Awful. Awful. Let me look again. Yep, awful.
06/18/10: E-Man (Charlton) #2: ....... Ten Times Better.
06/19/10: E-Man (Charlton) #3: ....... Odd cover, Good Book.
06/19/10: E-Man (Modern) #1: ......... Awful Book.
06/19/10: E-Man (Modern) #2: ......... Ten Times Better.
06/19/10: E-Man (Modern) #3: ......... Odd Cover, Good Book.
06/20/10: E-Man (First) #1: ............... Half-a-Star.
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Ghost Titles:.
09/26/10: Comics Greatest World: Arcadia #3: ....... Little Ghost
07/13/10: Ghost Handbook #1: ................................. Just Like Comicvine.
09/26/10: Ghost Special #1: ....................................... Ghost is the Most.
09/26/10: X #8: .............................................................. Ghost Stories.
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Ghost (1995) 
09/26/10: #1: If I Only Knew.
09/26/10: #2: Another Great Ghost Story!.
10/04/10: #3: One Strong Lady.
11/17/10: #4: Ghost Wire.
10/07/10: #5: Caution.
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Ghost (1998)
10/15/10: #1: What!?!.
10/15/10: #2: Scare me up some love.
10/17/10: #3: Sister vs Sister?.
10/18/10: #4: Don't Blink.
10/18/10: #5: No World So Dark.
10/21/10: #6: Death of a Ghost.

Ghost/ Batgirl (2000)
06/29/10: #1: Good Book Rough Subject.
06/30/10: #2: Still a Mystery.
07/02/10: #3: Focus.
07/02/10: #4: That's all they wrote.

Guardians of Metropolis (1994)
09/03/10: #1: Too Much.
09/04/10: #2: D.N.Awful.
09/06/10: #3: Too much Jack Kirby!?!.
09/06/10: #4: Gilotina, huh Sucka.

Huntress, The (1989)
08/01/10: #1: The Beginning.
08/14/10: #2: Not Enough Time.
08/15/10: #3: A Drop In Quality.
08/16/10: #4: West Side.
08/16/10: #5: Silence Is Golden.
08/10/10: #6: Just what I was waiting for.
08/13/10: #7: Suggested For Mature Readers.
08/13/10: #8: The Hunt for Clues.
08/16/10: #9: Hunting for Meaning.
08/16/10: #10: No Happy Endings!.
08/17/10: #11: Dead Characters Don't Sell Books.
08/17/10: #12: You Have To Get Past the Premise.
08/17/10: #13: Some Promise, But Confusion.
08/17/10: #14: Stepping it up.
08/17/10: #15: The Waterfront Warrior.
08/18/10: #16: Good and Sad.
08/19/10: #17: The Wrath Of A Child.
08/23/10: #18: Batman arrives too late to save the series.

Huntress (1994)
08/20/10: #1: No, No, No!.
08/20/10: #2: Stop the Bleeding.
08/23/10: #3: Victims, aren't we all.

Justice League International (1987)
05/31/10: #8: Best Ever.
05/31/10: #9: The Stinky Millennium.
06/02/10: #10: Giffen and DeMatteis are not Gods?.
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Legends (1986)
06/28/10: #1: Legendary Story Arc.
06/29/10: #2: Just like the DC Animated Universe.
07/15/10: #3: Not the best issue in the Arc.

Miscellaneous:.
06/03/10: Aquaman #1: ............................................................................................. Blagh.
07/17/10: Black Terror #3: ......................................................................................... Golden Story.
04/21/10: Charlton Bullseye #1: ............................................................................... Blue Beetle and Question Team-up.
05/26/10: DC Comics Presents: Justice League of America #1: ....................... Not Bad, not good, but not bad.
06/23/10: DC 1st Issue Special #1: .......................................................................... Move over New Gods.
09/19/10: Death of the New Gods #1: ...................................................................... I'm Sick.
07/16/10: Extreme Justice #1: ................................................................................... Hurk, Blaggghhh!.
10/20/10: Fearless Dawn/ Asylum Press Sampler #1: .......................................... Free is Good.
09/26/10: Firestorm #1: ............................................................................................... Detroit.
08/07/10: FCBD: Doctor Solar, Man of the Atom/ Magnus, Robot Fighter #1: ... Free is Good
05/09/10: Freedom Fighters #1: ................................................................................. Holy Exposition Batman
11/17/10: Gargoyles #1: ............................................................................................... Big let down
05/29/10: Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn II #1: ....................................................... A Straight Laced Guy
06/27/10: Guy Gardner #1: ........................................................................................... A New Guy In Town
06/20/10: Motor City Comic Con 2010 - Mindfield #1 Advanced Preview: ......... What do you want? It's a program guide
06/21/10: Steel, the Indestructible Man #1: .............................................................. Just above average
08/23/10: Tales of the New Teen Titans #1: ............................................................ ...and now for something completely different?
11/03/07: Tales of the Sinestro Corps: Superman-Prime #1: ............................... Dumb, or maybe I missed something.
05/12/10: Top Cow Secrets: Special Winter Lingerie Edition #1: ......................... Awful
04/21/10: Wildstar: Sky Zero #1: ................................................................................. Sky Zero
04/28/10: Wonder Woman and the Star Riders #1: ................................................ I got a cavity
10/22/10: Worlds Collide #1: ....................................................................................... Too Much

Painkiller Jane Titles:.
10/12/10: #0 (Event): A heavy Painkiller.
10/15/10: #1: Vile.
10/17/10: #2: I cannot believe it.
10/17/10: #3: Thank God It Is Over.
10/18/10: #0 (Dynamite): No More Painkiller.

Ray, The  (1992)
06/23/10: #1: Perfect.
07/15/10: #2: Hey Ray, What do you say?.

Showcase '94 (1994)
08/07/10: #1: 3 Bad Out Of 3.
08/08/10: #2: Finally A Good Story, No Joke.

Spectre, The (1992)
09/08/10: #2: I was bummed.
09/10/10: #3: You Better.
09/09/10: #4: Best so far in the series.
09/10/10: #5: Spectre Saves the Day.

Spirit, The (1940)
11/08/10: #6: 1940.
11/11/10: #7: Luck Be a Lady Tonight.
11/11/10: #8: Falling Flat.
11/17/10: #29: From Awesome to Garbage in one issue.

Sword of the Atom (1983)
08/01/10: #1: A Short Review.
08/01/10: #2: Oh, Rats!.
08/01/10: #3: What a Croc.
08/01/10: #4: Big Things. Mini Series.

Teen Titans (2003)
11/17/10: #1: Teen Titans Go!.
11/17/10: #2: Damn It!.
11/20/10: #3: What else can be said?.

Vigilante, The (1983)
05/10/10: #1: Vigilante the Punisher.
05/12/10: #2: Guilty?!?.
09/13/10: #3: Redemption.
09/21/10: #4: Great Work.
09/14/10: #5: All Right?.
09/23/10: #6: An Origin Begins.
09/24/10: #7: What?.

Wonder Girl (2007)
04/28/10: #1: Lackluster.
04/28/10: #2: Better than the first issue.
06/23/10: #3: Same as it ever was. Same as it ever was.

Young Justice (1998)
04/21/10: #1: Very Funny.
09/08/10: #2: Funny.
04/24/10: #4: Girl Power.
08/19/10: YJ: The Secret #1: Don't Tell Anyone.
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Liberty's Blogs

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04/22/10: Are comics for kids or adults?............................................................................................................ (Gen. Discussion) 
04/23/10: Proud to be on Comicvine................................................................................................................... (Off-Topic) 
04/23/10: A-List Z-List Heroes............................................................................................................................. (not found in forum search
04/25/10: Bring Back Ted Kord - Blue Beetle.................................................................................................... (Blue Beetle) 
04/28/10: Do dead Superheroes sell comics?................................................................................................. (Gen. Discussion)
04/30/10: Superhero Panties!?!........................................................................................................................... (Gen. Discussion)
04/30/10: Michigan Comic Book Readers......................................................................................................... (Gen. Discussion)
05/01/10: Justice League International making a comeback!....................................................................... (Justice League International) 
05/05/10: Ernie Harwell we will miss you!......................................................................................................... (Off-Topic) 
05/10/10: DC Comics Relaunch - It is time to do it again.............................................................................. (not found in forum search
06/21/10: Death and Dismemberment in Comics.......................................................................................... (Roy Harper) 
07/01/10: Torn about Quests............................................................................................................................... (Quests) 
08/12/10: How long should comic reviews be, and who reads them?....................................................... (Gen. Discussion) 
08/12/10: On a character page what publisher should be used?................................................................ (Charlton)
08/24/10: What's so great about Hal Jordan?.................................................................................................. (Hal Jordan)
08/26/10: If I could buy DC Comics.................................................................................................................... (DC Comics) 
08/26/10: Religion, Gods and Magic.................................................................................................................. (Gen. Discussion)
08/27/10: Stinky Comics....................................................................................................................................... (Off-Topic) 
09/01/10: No love for Charlton in the shadow of the Watchmen................................................................... (Watchmen)
09/02/10: The X-Men Faulty Premise.................................................................................................................. (X-Men)
09/08/10: A Poor Spectre Story............................................................................................................................ (Spectre)
10/10/10: The Greatest lists and Reviews (Edit) =]......................................................................................... (Gen. Discussion)
11/05/10: How do you determine who are the greatest heroes of all time?............................................... (Gen. Discussion) 


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