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  • Jack Of Shadows
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    Originally posted by white wolf's son View Post
    I recently read The Man Who Fell To Earth...quite a sad story .
    Is that the same as the film starring David Bowie? I never knew there was a graphic novel.

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  • white wolf's son
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    I recently read The Man Who Fell To Earth...quite a sad story .

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  • EverKing
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    EDIT: Oops! Wrong forum/thread.

    Here's the appropriate post: https://www.multiverse.org/forum/the...591#post427591
    Last edited by EverKing; 02-05-2020, 07:24 AM.

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  • white wolf's son
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    I`m waiting on the new Julien Blondel Elric graphic novel being published in english , the first three are amazing , I`m really looking forward to it , I have pre ordered it on the book depository .

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  • danskmacabre
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    Originally posted by zlogdan View Post

    https://assinepanini.com.br/conan/in...t=&Versao_txt=

    Here is a pic of the whole thing, makes one wonder about the joys rich people have access hahaha :-)
    Yeah Wow, that IS impressive.
    I probably wouldn't throw that sort of money at something like that, but it DOES look very cool.
    I enjoy just picking up an old Conan comic every now and then and reading it for fun.

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  • Jack Of Shadows
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    Originally posted by zlogdan View Post

    I have seen a new collection of black and white hardcovers being published here every 15 days and I bought the first volume because the price was 2,5 Dollars but the other issues cost 3 times that so I can't afford them. I was never crazy about the books but I have always liked the comics a lot when I was in my teens. I had a friend that bought every single issue he saw

    But the thing is awesome:

    https://assinepanini.com.br/conan/in...t=&Versao_txt=

    Here is a pic of the whole thing, makes one wonder about the joys rich people have access hahaha :-)
    WOW The collection looks amazing all displayed together like that!

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  • zlogdan
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    Originally posted by danskmacabre View Post

    I managed to score a pile of old SS sword of Conan comics at a 2nd hand book store really cheap a couple months back.
    It's been fun reading these from time to time.
    I have seen a new collection of black and white hardcovers being published here every 15 days and I bought the first volume because the price was 2,5 Dollars but the other issues cost 3 times that so I can't afford them. I was never crazy about the books but I have always liked the comics a lot when I was in my teens. I had a friend that bought every single issue he saw

    But the thing is awesome:

    https://assinepanini.com.br/conan/in...t=&Versao_txt=

    Here is a pic of the whole thing, makes one wonder about the joys rich people have access hahaha :-)

    hero.png

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  • danskmacabre
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    Originally posted by Lankar Shrae View Post
    SS of Conan Omnibus
    I managed to score a pile of old SS sword of Conan comics at a 2nd hand book store really cheap a couple months back.
    It's been fun reading these from time to time.

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  • Jack Of Shadows
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    Originally posted by danskmacabre View Post
    I remember really enjoying watching the Akira cartoon many years ago and it blew me Away.
    30 years Later, I finally got the graphic novels.
    I love the art. Not super detailed, but really portrays the mood of the story well.
    So interesting to read the full backstory.
    That sounds really interesting. I really liked the movie and picked it up recently on DVD at a thrift store for a crazy .99 cents. I haven't got around to re-watching it yet, but will probably squeeze a screening in this week. The graphic novels sound cool that they go in to more depth than the film.

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  • danskmacabre
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    I remember really enjoying watching the Akira cartoon many years ago and it blew me Away.
    30 years Later, I finally got the graphic novels.
    I love the art. Not super detailed, but really portrays the mood of the story well.
    So interesting to read the full backstory.

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  • zlogdan
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    Originally posted by fammann View Post
    I love Akira. I'm contemplating buying the Saga Omnibus. Everyone is raving about it, but I never actualy read Saga.
    Some time ago I bought the first two collected issues on Comixology Then a few months later I decided to read it. Well, this has got me really broke because after finishing volume2 I just had to buy everything else. I think I read the whole thing in two or three days.

    This was my last Christmas present:
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    This is what I wrote on Goodreads after finishing it:

    If you don't want to spend a weekend reading 9 collected issues and nearly become broke in the process ( thank you Comixology) don't start reading volume 1 out of curiosity. Jokes apart and good humor left behind, I can't say I did not love this amazing mashup of Parenthood 101, Moonshadow, Farscape, Star Wars well-titled Saga, it is empirically proved that I thought this awesome. More to come in later reviews.
    By the way, Y: The Last Man, by the same author Brian K Vaughan, suffers from the same "problem". Don't start reading unless you want to do anything else at the weekend. ;-)

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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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