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CBCS Boomhauer HeinzDad private msg quote post Address this user
Oh hey I gotta quote that so your ignorant ass understands....

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@HeinzDad Honestly, they destroyed the Punisher... Now he's working for the Hand, whom worship a demon that brings back his wife... and as long as he continues to work for them, they will bring back his kids...

So, they made Frank, that came to the realization that his family was gone for good; came to terms with this loss, to fuel his emptiness and hate to continue to do what he does, to be the Punisher...

Has now bent to the knee to a group that Daredevil, Ironfist etc has defeated, just so Marvel can remove his Iconic Skull and Guns..... and turned him into a ninja...

They destroyed the Punisher we all love... They should have just Killed him off.... For good.
They will never get any of my money on this series...


Like I said leave BS out of this....

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Meaning the change is inconsequential? Or you are angry too?
inconsequential and no reason to not read an exceptional book. Thanks for asking actually, I realized my thought didn’t script proper.
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I blame the forum gremlins. figment private msg quote post Address this user
Time to start reliving some of Benjamin Jacob Grimm's other adventures.


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Collector GanaSoth private msg quote post Address this user
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Awesome, thanks for being a dick.


Why you mad at me? I was just stating they should have just killed him off and made a new character cause the real Punisher we all love is gone.
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Collector GanaSoth private msg quote post Address this user
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Originally Posted by HeinzDad
Oh hey I gotta quote that so your ignorant ass understands....

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Originally Posted by GanaSoth
@HeinzDad Honestly, they destroyed the Punisher... Now he's working for the Hand, whom worship a demon that brings back his wife... and as long as he continues to work for them, they will bring back his kids...

So, they made Frank, that came to the realization that his family was gone for good; came to terms with this loss, to fuel his emptiness and hate to continue to do what he does, to be the Punisher...

Has now bent to the knee to a group that Daredevil, Ironfist etc has defeated, just so Marvel can remove his Iconic Skull and Guns..... and turned him into a ninja...

They destroyed the Punisher we all love... They should have just Killed him off.... For good.
They will never get any of my money on this series...


Like I said leave BS out of this....

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Originally Posted by HeinzDad
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Originally Posted by Bronte
Meaning the change is inconsequential? Or you are angry too?
inconsequential and no reason to not read an exceptional book. Thanks for asking actually, I realized my thought didn’t script proper.


OK so you called me ignorant and a dick. Good luck with that.
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CBCS Boomhauer HeinzDad private msg quote post Address this user
Hey, go google the search on a book that hasn’t been read and the shoe fits.
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Just finished a couple of books that wrapped up major storylines. Coincidentally, both feature wraparound covers as well. Sabre is an obscure and underrated 80s title. I don’t think Billy Graham was the best suited artist for the book, but McGregor’s characters have depth and his storyline is interesting and well thought out. The Micronauts special edition wraps up the original 12 issue story arc by Mantlo and Golden. This is something all comic book lovers should read! The first dozen and last dozen issues of Micronauts are absolutely classic. There was something of a drop off in the middle of the run, which Mantlo addresses in his text piece in this book. Apparently, since the Micronauts were based on toys, the toy company had some input into the project. They felt that the size issue was a key element to the product and wanted it played up in the comics. This meant finding reason after contrived reason to bring the Micronauts back to earth, where everything is much bigger than they are, instead of the more serious SF/ space opera direction that Mantlo wanted to take it. It wasn’t until after the toy line folded that he was able to return to his original vision and take the series in the direction he wanted it to go.





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This is the first George Perez drawn comic that I have read since his recent passing and proof that his work will endure forever. I originally bought this comic on New Year’s Eve of 1983/ 1984. It seems like such a long time ago in some ways, not so long ago in others. This was really a great period for Perez and the Titans. The 1984 baxter book was just about to explode onto the scene, giving us two Titans books each month. It was probably the greatest single year in Titans history, with both the Terra/ Terminator/ Nightwing epic and the return of Trigon saga/ baxter series debut happening simultaneously! Certainly a high water mark for the medium and just one of many reasons why George Perez will never be forgotten.
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I called CGC about the giveback benefit. beastboy1980 private msg quote post Address this user
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I adjusted my work schedule starting this year. It’s allowed me more time for activities.










I’m only half way thru volume24 here but I started it yesterday afternoon while I was laughing at the Cowgirls.



how was the comic ?
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I called CGC about the giveback benefit. beastboy1980 private msg quote post Address this user
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This is the first George Perez drawn comic that I have read since his recent passing and proof that his work will endure forever. I originally bought this comic on New Year’s Eve of 1983/ 1984. It seems like such a long time ago in some ways, not so long ago in others. This was really a great period for Perez and the Titans. The 1984 baxter book was just about to explode onto the scene, giving us two Titans books each month. It was probably the greatest single year in Titans history, with both the Terra/ Terminator/ Nightwing epic and the return of Trigon saga/ baxter series debut happening simultaneously! Certainly a high water mark for the medium and just one of many reasons why George Perez will never be forgotten.


those titans comics were must reads

marv and perez made you feel invested into the characters
i have never read a comic that made you care about what was going to happen next with the titans.
its a treasure to comics
if DC comics was smart they would bring back the titans team from the 1980's and hand it back over to marv wolfman and pick a great artisit
its time to bring back the team
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Collector michaelekrupp private msg quote post Address this user
@beastboy1980 Titans was a pretty important book for DC. As with many other readers, it was probably the first DC that made my “never miss an issue” list. In the early ‘80s, I was mainly a Marvel zombie who occasionally bought a Batman, Flash or JLA here or there. Titans and All-Star Squadron broke that pattern and led to me buying more DCs.
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I adjusted my work schedule starting this year. It’s allowed me more time for activities.










I’m only half way thru volume24 here but I started it yesterday afternoon while I was laughing at the Cowgirls.



how was the comic ?
Which one? They are all TPB’s, but all are good.
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The apple sauce and pudding were the best part... Bronte private msg quote post Address this user
Turns our prime members of Amazon have access to free comics. I just read the oath with Dr strange and thor with Jane foster picking up his hammer... both were pretty good reads.
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CBCS Boomhauer HeinzDad private msg quote post Address this user
Wait, a woman lifted Thor's hammer? Thats it, "they' took Thor from us.
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Beaten by boat oars Studley_Dudley private msg quote post Address this user
The stack is getting a little lower.


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