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#1 Posted by markslurpee (79 posts) - - Show Bio

I currently have around 15 comic books, all of which are bagged, only 3 of which are boarded. I can't seem to figure out which boards fit the bags, and I also need a decent priced box to store these things. Any suggestions? Currently, I just have them stacked in my closet.

#2 Posted by markslurpee (79 posts) - - Show Bio

get a beer with

#3 Posted by markslurpee (79 posts) - - Show Bio

I come from the land of loud Italians, yes.

#4 Posted by markslurpee (79 posts) - - Show Bio

School til 3:45 then traveling for an hour to see my girlfriend and take her out to a fancy dinner then probably getting laid. The effort I make for this girl OI.

#5 Posted by markslurpee (79 posts) - - Show Bio

I recently started a pull list, so I can definitely tell you, that, yes, it's worth the time. It allows you to budget, as someone previously mentioned, it keeps your comics in order for you, so you don't miss an issue, and some places give you discounts for using one. (My comic store gives me a 20% discount for EVERYTHING now that I'm a subscriber.)

#6 Posted by markslurpee (79 posts) - - Show Bio

Either Talon (It was the first real comic book I read and it's excellent) or The Walking Dead. Kirkman is fantastic, the plot twists are superb, the art is magical, and it's a well-rounded, well-written series.

#7 Posted by markslurpee (79 posts) - - Show Bio

Team 1 takes it, easy. Bloodlust Spidey is very difficult to beat, but with Punisher behind him? unstoppable.

#8 Posted by markslurpee (79 posts) - - Show Bio

I'd say Spider-man wins both rounds, especially Morals Off. His lethality, as well as web, agility, senses, and more can easily lend themselves to a quick and merciless victory. Iron Fist would put up an excellent fight for sure, but in the end, I think Spidey takes it.

#9 Posted by markslurpee (79 posts) - - Show Bio

Adam Demamp is an amateur bodybuilder.

#10 Posted by markslurpee (79 posts) - - Show Bio

I haven't watched them so i can't judge.

Scott Snyder is an excellent writer.