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Posted by G-Man

  Note: this video is only like 7 minutes despite the counter saying 22 minutes.
 

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Posted by aztek_the_lost

I like the segment and the comic does intrigue (especially since you sent me the first issue!) but I was sort of hoping for a trade paperback, I'm not usually a hardcover guy (I know, OCD), I guess I could just get it all in single-issue form...it does seem like something that should have been an ongoing though

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Edited by G-Man

By the way, AHR is the one that did the magical edits with this video.
 
@aztek the lost:
It would probably go to softcover someday. But the hardcover is pretty sweet. AND it has a quote from Babs on the inner flap.

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Posted by JoeyF

Damn Ana!  Nice!

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Posted by jloneblackheart

I hope this comic keeps going. They really leave you hanging in the end. I think it's a great story with endless possibilities.

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Posted by Derfla.Y.Levolcmp

I'm happy to see a segment devoted to trades.

Posted by Jeffmoocow

Awesome new feature, I was wondering if this trade was worth a pick up and now I may go buy it.
 
Also the images from the comic in the background is pretty neat too.

Posted by couzinit99

Great Work Ana! i love the new segment guys :)
Posted by sora_thekey

Kudos on Ana's work!!!
Love it!
 
This series was awesome, it was new and different and unexpected!
I just love it... I am totally buying this!
Great segment BTW!

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Posted by FoxxFireArt
@G-Man said:
"   Note: this video is only like 7 minutes despite the counter saying 22 minutes.   "
Thank Goodness. I saw that number and I was rather astounded. I was about ready to put off watching this until tomorrow. When I have more time. lol
 
I figure you aren't actually advocating burying books. It's kind of an issue with me. No matter how much I may despise a book. I'd never destroy one. I'd either sell it to a Used Book store, or donate it to a library.
 
I like when Doctor Who goes into the past. It was a fun episode for me when he went back in time and met Agatha Christie. I'm much more into ancient history and mysteries. I really enjoy history museums.
Posted by BKole

Days Missing is a brilliant series. Top of my read pile every time it was out. Fantastic. Rotating creative team, brilliant writers and artists and very human and interesting drama without falling into the same pitfalls as other comics. 
 
Fascinating and very, very well written.

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Posted by sora_thekey
@FoxxFireArt said:
" @G-Man said:
"   Note: this video is only like 7 minutes despite the counter saying 22 minutes.   "
Thank Goodness. I saw that number and I was rather astounded. I was about ready to put off watching this until tomorrow. When I have more time. lol  I figure you aren't actually advocating burying books. It's kind of an issue with me. No matter how much I may despise a book. I'd never destroy one. I'd either sell it to a Used Book store, or donate it to a library.  I like when Doctor Who goes into the past. It was a fun episode for me when he went back in time and met Agatha Christie. I'm much more into ancient history and mysteries. I really enjoy history museums. "
Bury It!Bury It!Bury It!Bury It!Bury It!Bury It!Bury It!Bury It!Bury It!Bury It!Bury It!Bury It!Bury It!Bury It! 
Hmmm No more caffine for me today! 
 
Nah seriously I agree you get money out of things you don't want! Amazon is always there for you!
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Posted by G-Man
@FoxxFireArt: 

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Edited by jakob187

G-Man, Babs...Dale Keown HAS been out there.  He did The Incredible Hulk with Peter David, created Pitt for Image, and he's working on one of Milo Ventimiglia's new books (can't remember the name off the top of my head).  He is an EXCELLENT artist.  Personally, I dig his work more than Alex Ross. 
 
I didn't really enjoy Frazier Irving's artwork.  It was just a bit creepy and not what I felt went with the story.  I wasn't aware that all the books were done by different artists.  The art in the fourth issue looked like what I was hoping for. 
 
I won't be picking this up, solely because of the different artists.

Posted by Cpt. Quor

I can't seem to find this in the UK :(

Posted by courtney12490
@G-Man: As somebody who reads their comics in trade form, I am really loving these reviews :D