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Yeah, I figured that out eventually, but I left it...

2012-12-21T09:10:58.895-06:00

Yeah, I figured that out eventually, but I left it up as a record of my dumbness.



You probably know this, but it is MORTALITY not MO...

2012-12-21T00:03:38.930-06:00

You probably know this, but it is MORTALITY not MORALITY.



Kenny: I know! It's amazing what a good colorist ...

2007-10-16T08:33:00.000-05:00

Kenny: I know! It's amazing what a good colorist can bring to a book. I think I saw some of Chiang's artwork a few years ago on Human Target, and while it was nice, it didn't blow me away or anything. But he's on a whole new level here, and the colorist has a lot to do with that.



I loved this and really with/hope that it's turned...

2007-10-16T03:45:00.000-05:00

I loved this and really with/hope that it's turned into an ongoing series.

I'm also glad you pointed out the colorist deserves a lot of credit for this beautiful book. The art is fantastic but the color really brings the book to another level. Chiang did a backup in Detective a few years ago, and while his art was servicable, it definitely didn't stand out. Now on this book (and Green Arrow/Black Canary) he's been paired with colorists that can really make his style pop. I think he's going to become a star becasue of it.



You definitely should. Its selling like crap of c...

2007-10-01T14:51:00.000-05:00

You definitely should. Its selling like crap of course (its Deathblow), so the more who buy it, the better. I knew nothing about the character either, and Azzarello does great job reinforcing that you don't have too. He's just the usual stock confused mercenary programmed to kill, the straght-man of the series.

Issue seven's out, and its bi-monthly. Cheap shouldn't be a problem.



Wow, Daniel, that sounds pretty great. I briefly ...

2007-09-28T14:37:00.000-05:00

Wow, Daniel, that sounds pretty great. I briefly thought about checking Deathblow out when Wildstorm did their "relaunch" about a year ago, but I just didn't really care enough, and I know nothing about the character. But if it's more of the crazy-ass Azzarello that I like so much, I might have to check it out. Maybe I'll be able to find some issues in discount bins or something.



If you're looking for some more the crazy-smart as...

2007-09-28T14:31:00.000-05:00

If you're looking for some more the crazy-smart ass Azzarello, but with a far more insidious bent, I HIGHLY suggest you check out Deathblow. It has great dialog, extremely clever word balloon placement, talking dogs creating lamentation in women by blowing up their skirts, mechanical sphincters, and poetry reciting raptor/man/cyborg hybrid. Dark, vicious, insidious, clever, smart, and funny as hell. I absolutely never know what's coming next. Its like the perfect combination of All-Star Batman & Robin mixed with NextWave. Its genius.

Sorry for the spew, but I read both last night, and Azzarello got me running on all cylinders. He definitely needs to write more superheroes.



That's an interesting theory; thanks for the link,...

2007-09-28T13:15:00.000-05:00

That's an interesting theory; thanks for the link, Pedro!



I'm wondering if the reason why Anthro speaks fren...

2007-09-28T11:44:00.000-05:00

I'm wondering if the reason why Anthro speaks french isn't a homage to famous french caveman comic character Rahan:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rahan_%28comics%29

Best,
Hunter (Pedro Bouça)