Comic Book Recommendations

DR. Jimcy M.E.

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He writes for DC now, but I don't know if he has a management position. I don't think so, but I don't know.
I know you love your DC comics. So I suggest you pray to the comic gods that he gets hit by a bus or something. He started as a writer at Marvel as well, then he worms his way into everything.
 

Madness

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If anyone is interested. Walmart has started selling monthly 100 page Giants for DC. You get one new story and then 3 reprints to fill it out. Superman has a story written by Tom King starting with #3 of the Superman book with Andy Kubert on art. They're only $4.99.
 

Lord Zero

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I read through Nightwing #50 today, and even though I'm still not crazy about the amnesia storyline )and I'm still uneasy about Scott Lobdell taking over next issue onward), I actually really liked it. It was a good issue for Benjamin Percy to go out on. And Travis Moore's art didn't disappoint.



Greg Capullo is my favorite comicbook artist, but Travis Moore is quickly becoming a close second.
 

Lord Zero

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Even though I hate the storyline on an idea level, I have, for the most part, been pretty okay with the execution of the amnesia arc in Nightwing so far, although, like others, I can't wait for it to end. I'm more annoyed with how absent Travis Moore's pencils have been lately.

I'm also reading the Batman: Kings of Fear limited series and I'm liking it so far. Kelley Jones draws a weird Batman, but I love his Scarecrow.