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    Just thought I would start a new thread based on comic books the books which are still going even way after our great grandparents have passed lol... I thought i would start by saying that one comic that I really enjoy is The Last Man - you know the guy with the monkey obviously being the last guy on earth i mean how awesome is that comic book series
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    I actually haven't read comics in a long, long time. I used to follow Spiderman pretty closely though :P
    If I find a decent comic store I'll get into it again, but so long I have been reading some online Mangas. They don't count though, they're too...Japanese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarvos View Post
    I actually haven't read comics in a long, long time. I used to follow Spiderman pretty closely though :P
    If I find a decent comic store I'll get into it again, but so long I have been reading some online Mangas. They don't count though, they're too...Japanese.
    Well theres outer limits? Thats probably the best comics store in the country, and their hq is in melville i think(not sure), so it would be perfect for u
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    Have you been to Cosmic Comics opposite Cresta at The Heathwat Centre? Bloody awesome comic shop and outstanding service!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfather View Post
    Have you been to Cosmic Comics opposite Cresta at The Heathwat Centre? Bloody awesome comic shop and outstanding service!
    I've heard about it but haven't been there yet. Was going to order a Spidey Hoodie from them but decided not to. It's a little far seen as I live on the Oos Rand. I'll try drop in there sometime in the holidays.

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    Anyone read Crossed yet? It knocks the balls of Walking Dead (and I am a huge Walking Dead fan). I read the 2nd trade and it was bloody disturbing...in a good way. Garth Ennis writes the 1st 8 issues. Ons of the best and shocking comics I have read in years.

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    I don't get much time to read anything that is 'offline' atm.
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    I read Asterix all the time, just brilliant. Was a fan of spider-man and x-men but they seem to be going downhill. Now it's mostly manga with a bit of Archie thrown in now and again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wraith_One View Post
    I read Asterix all the time, just brilliant. Was a fan of spider-man and x-men but they seem to be going downhill. Now it's mostly manga with a bit of Archie thrown in now and again.
    Funny you mention that, Asterix is the only comic range I actively followed.

    My neighbour back then who was over 70 had each and every single Asterix comic that was printed and he had them all bound into 3 hardcover old dictionary type books. With the name imbedded in a goldlike finish on the front.

    It was truly amazing. I borrowed them and read them time and again!

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    Do they still publish Archie comics or is it mostly old stuff you are reading?
    And Asterix, you book it out of the Library or actually bought it?

    I thought both of these have been retired a long time ago.
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