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  • fammann
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    I love Akira. I'm contemplating buying the Saga Omnibus. Everyone is raving about it, but I never actualy read Saga.

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  • danskmacabre
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    Collecting/reading the Akira Graphics novel/books.
    I own/have read the first 3 so far.
    Really interesting to read the books to see how much the Anime cartoon was cut down.

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  • zlogdan
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    I have just acquired the Saga Compendium, a massive ~1200 pages paperback. I had read it in the digital format ( I now have an amazon fire 7 ) and loved it. I am also, buying the Sandman 30 years celebration reissues in Portuguese.

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  • Wolfshead
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    Was reading hardcover compilations of Sandman and Witchblade before I got laid up. Annoyed with Witchblade because there are crossovers with other comics that are not in the compilation so I got left hanging in places. Also picked up a glossy Dr. Strange, loved all those psychedelic pages from back in the day.

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  • zlogdan
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    I have the Brazilian softcover 2 volumes version of "the Adventures of Luther Arkwright". Both Mike and Alan Moore wrote introductions to these ones I have.

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  • Pebble
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    Originally posted by Pietro_Mercurios View Post
    One of my son's friends gave him a copy of, The Adventures of Luther Arkwright (the ed. with Mike's introduction). He was so pleased he SMS'd me to let me know. I'm quite pleased, because it's years since I read it, although I do have a copy of, Heart of Empire, so this is my chance to read it again.
    Amazingly, I have the large format books 1 and 2, but never got the full set. Need to catch up.

    Surrey Library is doing me proud - X-men: The Adventures of Cyclops and Phoenix (the origin of Cable and following series) and then Jonah Hex - Shadows West (the Truman series)

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  • Pietro_Mercurios
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    One of my son's friends gave him a copy of, The Adventures of Luther Arkwright (the ed. with Mike's introduction). He was so pleased he SMS'd me to let me know. I'm quite pleased, because it's years since I read it, although I do have a copy of, Heart of Empire, so this is my chance to read it again.

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  • Vazkar Asquinol
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    Just received "The First Confessor" hardcover.
    My Terry Goodkind indulgence...

    Sent from my MB855 using Tapatalk 2

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  • Octo Seven
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    I think that's part of the same Marvel series that includes Moore's Captain Britain.

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  • zlogdan
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    The family and I went to Walmart this Saturday while I was paying for some Manga my youngest kid loves I saw Gaiman/Kubert 1602



    I really loved it. It is one of the finest comics Gaiman wrote after Sandman. It sort of mixes Sandman/American Gods ideas with X-Men and Marvel. Superb.

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  • Octo Seven
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    The Simon/Kirby one is 350 pages! and deluxe sized. Spirit is 200 pages. By strange coincidence both volumes happen to have intros by the legendary Dave Gibbons.

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  • zlogdan
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    Originally posted by Octo Seven View Post
    Two great finds today.

    A massive Joe Simon Jack Kibry sci fi omnibus hardcover (20 dollars!)



    And a beautiful Will Eisner Spirit Archive volume 2 hardcover covering January to June 1941 (30 dollars)

    WOW WOW


    Congrats! I envy you so bad!

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  • Octo Seven
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    Two great finds today.

    A massive Joe Simon Jack Kibry sci fi omnibus hardcover (20 dollars!)



    And a beautiful Will Eisner Spirit Archive volume 2 hardcover covering January to June 1941 (30 dollars)

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  • Octo Seven
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    Junji Ito - Fragmenrts of Horror

    Fairly excellent short story anthology in hardcover format. The stories vary in quality but the art is always a+ with Ito and there are several really good stories in there too. Great book to have on the subway due to the brevity of the tales and the detailed art.

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  • Pietro_Mercurios
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    Bought a copy of, Spike: A Dark Place (Season 9 of BtVS), today. Fun stuff from the peroxide vampire and fills in a few gaps in Season 9 of Buffy.

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