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  • brlesh
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    Have one more story in the anthology Beneath the Waves: Tales from the Deep, which has been a pretty solid read. The last story is Clive Barker's 'The Madonna', which I would have read 30 some years ago when I read his Books of Blood series (Damn, I really need to reread them some day!)

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  • Sock Monkey
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    Originally posted by khaos View Post

    I love the GI Joe run. I read a bunch of it a kid and read the whole run 10+ years back. I still get the restart IDW puts out. Hama is still the writer and it's a carry on of the original story.

    I'd rather read comics physical and in collections. Dealing with the bags when reading is just annoying. I don't mind digital reading for comics though. I wish my app was better. It sometimes won't switch pages right and sometimes messes up pages and I have to restart it. Digital is better for reading in large numbers too. I go through pretty fast as I'm a quick reader. And these old Marvel stories aren't the best. But I wanted to see what the old stories were like and read the original masters of the craft.
    I didn’t know that Hama was still in the game. Makes me want to check out both the old and new series. I remember liking his run on WOLVERINE quite a bit.

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  • Knightmare
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    Originally posted by Sock Monkey View Post

    The Bottoms is such a good book!

    And, holy crap, that’s a massive comic book reading project! I’ve toyed with a lot smaller ideas (Peter David’s run on The Incredible Hulk, Claremont’s X-Men run, All Superman books Post-Crisis through New 52 launch), but nothing of that scope. How are you tracking everything and what format (original floppies, trade paperbacks, electronic versions)?
    Love the Bottoms and Lansdale is really an interesting person. I'm finishing Morning Star currently. I'm not surprising anyone about the Red Rising series, but it's really great.

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  • Martin
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    Originally posted by mpbourja View Post
    I just plowed through a trio of Paul Tremblay:
    Head Full of Ghosts (Excellent)
    The Cabin at the End of the World (Excellent)
    Disappearance at Devil's Rock (Good)

    I just started reading his stuff, and I am definitely hooked. He really knows how to close out a story. I decided to switch it up, and now I'm reading the 4th book of Seanan McGuire's Wayward Children series. Liking this one so far.
    I have read Head Full of Ghosts and a couple of short stories and have really enjoyed them. At some point I will seek out more.

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  • mpbourja
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    I just plowed through a trio of Paul Tremblay:
    Head Full of Ghosts (Excellent)
    The Cabin at the End of the World (Excellent)
    Disappearance at Devil's Rock (Good)

    I just started reading his stuff, and I am definitely hooked. He really knows how to close out a story. I decided to switch it up, and now I'm reading the 4th book of Seanan McGuire's Wayward Children series. Liking this one so far.

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