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Mark Halegua wrote:
> On Thursday 10 December 2009 09:05:46 pm mrbrklyn wrote:
>> phantom21-at-mindspring.com wrote:
>>> Have you been reading the Blackest Night saga? It's been great.
>> Yes - they've been building it up for about 2 years now, but my only
>> complaint is that it is one of these mega-cross title read everything
>> titles now that has destroyed other interesting story lines. But I
>> already figured out how this ends...Bruce Wayne says the universe.
>>> The comic shops have been giving out the seven color corps rings when
>>> someone purchases some of the ancillary books in the series. I have the
>>> complete set. It's pretty.
>> I didn't see that. You should see the Wonder Woman DVD.
>>> Oh actually the set have 8 rings since the black one came out a month
>>> before the others.
>>> I'd like to hear what you think of the color war, the new color corps,
>>> and Blackest Night.
> Is it out? Haven't seen it. Did get the GL one. It was very good. Have you
> seen that one?
Nope - haven't seen it. But if someone wants to read something really
good, then pick up for about $20.00 the hard bound copy of "LOCAL" which
is not for kids and truly EXCELLENT to read.
I dare anyone to read it and not walk away without a feeling of awe at
what the comics medium can deliver.
BTW - it was written in Brooklyn, but that is besides the point. And
since Chanukah is this week, other recommendations include Planetary, a
scifi thriller...best of the decade.