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The_Ghost
Posted: Tuesday, December 20, 2011 1:21:22 AM

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What back issue are you reading currently? I like to go back and re-read some comics from time to time. Right now I am reading BATMAN and ROBIN #2 from October of '09. It's not too bad considering it's written by Grant Morrison.



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BurningDoom
Posted: Tuesday, December 20, 2011 1:18:08 PM

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I'm currently re-reading a bunch of 90s Green Lantern issues. I started with The Emerald Twilight storyline (GL v3 #46-51) and have been continuing onwards from there.


I just finished "Capitol Punishment" (Guy Gardner: Warrior #27-28 & Green Lantern #60) where Guy Gardner and Kyle Rayner team-up against Major Force (who killed Kyle's girlfriend in issue #54), and Guy Gardner kills Major Force.


I'm about to start Green Lantern/Sentinel: Heart of Darkness where Alan Scott & Kyle Rayner team-up and Jade loses her powers.


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Nanosplicer
Posted: Tuesday, December 20, 2011 1:20:01 PM

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I'm reading a bunch of EC reprints right now. Two-Fisted Tales, Tales from the Crypt, Crime SuspenStories, Weird Fantasy, etc.

spiderjack
Posted: Tuesday, December 20, 2011 5:02:12 PM

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Werewolf by night [72 series] or is that 73 oh will it the series from the 70s good stuff

junkmonkey
Posted: Tuesday, December 20, 2011 7:07:44 PM

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I just reread Heart of Hush from Detective Comics #846-850. I didn't like it much when it came out, but reading it all in a row made it a lot better to me.

ukblueky
Posted: Tuesday, December 20, 2011 9:49:51 PM

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Been reading alot of back issues the past few months.
Currently I'm reading
Amazing Spider-Man (started with issue 300,I'm up to 390 now)

Uncanny X-Men (started back in the 130's.Up to 291 on it)

Cyberforce(90's volume) (started with the first issue in the mini.Up to issue 28 on it).This book seemed alot better when it first came out when I was in high school.lol.I'm making a vow to finish it,now matter how rough it gets.

Tomb Raider (started with issue 1.I'm up to around issue 30).This book is alot better than one would expect.It's one of those fun reads if you go in with an open mind.

Then there is the sporatic back issue.Like
Tales Of The Green Lantern Corps.It's a 3 issue mini series from the 80's.I only have the first issue but it was so awesome that I just ordered the 2nd and 3rd issues tonight here on CCL.



BurningDoom
Posted: Tuesday, December 20, 2011 10:28:29 PM

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ukblueky wrote:
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Then there is the sporatic back issue.Like
Tales Of The Green Lantern Corps.It's a 3 issue mini series from the 80's.I only have the first issue but it was so awesome that I just ordered the 2nd and 3rd issues tonight here on CCL.



Great story! Introduces the big-baddie behind the recent Blackest Night crossover.

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junkmonkey
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BurningDoom wrote:
ukblueky wrote:
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Then there is the sporatic back issue.Like
Tales Of The Green Lantern Corps.It's a 3 issue mini series from the 80's.I only have the first issue but it was so awesome that I just ordered the 2nd and 3rd issues tonight here on CCL.



Great story! Introduces the big-baddie behind the recent Blackest Night crossover.


Also, Green Lantern Arisia!

Now I'm inspired to go read Blackest Night again.

Thundercron
Posted: Wednesday, December 21, 2011 1:16:45 PM

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BurningDoom wrote:
ukblueky wrote:
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Then there is the sporatic back issue.Like
Tales Of The Green Lantern Corps.It's a 3 issue mini series from the 80's.I only have the first issue but it was so awesome that I just ordered the 2nd and 3rd issues tonight here on CCL.



Great story! Introduces the big-baddie behind the recent Blackest Night crossover.


It sure does! I just can't believe I let it go for a buck!
junkmonkey
Posted: Wednesday, December 21, 2011 2:20:58 PM

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I just read Dark Knight, Dark City from Batman #452-454. Very weird story about the Riddler trying to summon a demon. I had heard about the story from an article on weird panels out of context. The panel from this book is Batman cutting a baby's throat. I said it was weird, didn't I? Anyway, I enjoyed it since the Riddler is one of my favorite Bat-Villains and he was a little crazier than usual in this story.

Xylob
Posted: Wednesday, December 21, 2011 3:38:12 PM

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Still working my way through post-CoIE Superman - I'm up to the World of New Krypton right now so Flashpoint isn't far off for me.
Then I'll start in on either Supreme or Booster Gold.

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junkmonkey
Posted: Friday, December 23, 2011 6:39:33 PM

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I just read part 1 of Venom from the Legends of the Dark Knight series and I thought it was really good. Gonna pick up more of the story next week. Has anyone else read this?

BurningDoom
Posted: Saturday, December 24, 2011 1:52:37 AM

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junkmonkey wrote:
I just read part 1 of Venom from the Legends of the Dark Knight series and I thought it was really good. Gonna pick up more of the story next week. Has anyone else read this?


I've had this one on my wishlist for a while. This and No Man's Land are the 2 Batman stories I NEED to read.

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junkmonkey
Posted: Saturday, December 24, 2011 11:06:32 PM

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BurningDoom wrote:
junkmonkey wrote:
I just read part 1 of Venom from the Legends of the Dark Knight series and I thought it was really good. Gonna pick up more of the story next week. Has anyone else read this?


I've had this one my wishlist for a while. This and No Man's Land are the 2 Batman stories I NEED to read.


No Man's Land is on my list too. My buddy is working on getting all 80+ tie ins. I think he has at least half of them.

The_Ghost
Posted: Monday, January 09, 2012 12:20:16 AM

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I know it's not that old but I'm reading the War of the Green Lanterns story. I had every issue but part 6 so I waited on reading until I could find that one issue. Well today I found it and can now re-start it.




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db8coach
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Outside of the new 52 and Green Hornet every month, My wife bought me this...
Eville_1
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Finished reading Marvel Comics Presents #72- #84, the Wepon X story by Barry Windsor-Smith.
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The "Kraven's Last Hunt" 6-part saga that ran through Amazing, Web, and Spectacular Spider-Man... man, that was awesome!! It made Vermin my favorite sympathetic villain for a long time...

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The_Ghost
Posted: Monday, January 09, 2012 10:40:28 PM

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db8coach wrote:
Outside of the new 52 and Green Hornet every month, My wife bought me this...


I love Simonson's Thor work. Good stuff.



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junkmonkey
Posted: Thursday, February 02, 2012 10:44:31 AM

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I just read the American Son story from ASM a few years back. Awesome story IMO! I think Joe Kelly can write one hell of a Spidey and the art was great for most of the arc. There was a point in I think the third part where quality dipped, but other than that I loved it. Shows how evil Osborn is and what he's willing to do to get what he wants.

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