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  1. Elise
    June 20, 2010 at 5:11 pm — Reply

    I highly, highly, highly, highly recommend Naoki Ursawa’s work. It’s not stereotypical manga; and the stories are addictive. I didn’t read much of 20th Century Boys, but Pluto is VERY good. It’s a sci-fi (actually a tribute to Astro Boy) about a police detective investigating a robot serial killer. It wasn’t nominated, but Monster is excellent as well. It’s a suspense thriller about a doctor who is investigating murders he was framed for.

  2. John I.G.
    June 20, 2010 at 8:53 pm — Reply

    Short Story:
    No Comment

    single issue:
    Matthew: Should: Brave and the Bold. Will: Cap’n America.
    Stephen: Ditto.
    Rodrigo: Usagi Yojimbo?

    Continuing series:
    R: Walking Dead or Fables.
    M: Should: Irredeemable. Will: Walking Dead.
    S: Ditto.

    Limited Series / story arc:
    R: Should: Wizard of Oz. Will: blackest Night.
    M: Should: Wiz of Oz. Will: Old Man Logan.
    S: Should: Wiz of Oz. Will: Incognito.

    New Series:
    S: Should: Irredeemable. Will: Sweet Tooth or maybe Chew.
    M: Should: Irredeemable. Will: Chew.
    R: N.C.

    For Kids:
    R: Not: Toon Treasury
    S: Wiz of Oz, maybe lunch lady.
    M: N.C.

    For Teens:
    S: I kill giants
    R & M: N.C.

    S: S: Scott Pilgrim. W: Drinky.
    M: S: Scott Pilgrim. W: Muppets.
    R: Ditto to both.


    M: Bayou.
    R: Ditto.
    S: N.C.

    Reality Based:

    S: Do androids & Wiz??? S & W: Parker: The Hunter.
    M: S & W: Parker or Genesis.
    R: funny.

    BGA New:

    BGA Reprint:
    M: Probably Absolute Justice.
    S: Absolute Justice was not very good.
    R: N.C.

    S: S & W: Bloom County.
    M: ditto.
    R: Not Prince Valiant.

    US Edition:
    S: Rocketeer.
    M: S & Can: Rocketeer.
    R: N.C.

    R: W: Ed Brubraker.
    S: S: Mark Waid & Bill Willingham. W: Geoff Johns.
    M: S: Brubraker. W: Johns.

    S: Darwin Cook.
    R: ditto.
    M: S: Darwin Cook. W: Urasawa.

    W/A NF:

    M: S: Kaluta. W: Mcniven.
    S: Williams.
    R: S: Zezelj. W: mcniven:


    M: S: Cassaday. W: Alex Ross.
    R: Cassaday or Larocca.
    S: S & W: Larocca.

    M: Laura
    S: Dave Stewart
    R: Ditto.

    R: N.C.
    M: Like to see Orzechowski.
    S: N.C.

    S: Comics Alliance.
    M & R: N.C.

    CR Book:
    S & M: N.C.
    R: S: Tezuka. W: Moore

    Publication Design:
    S: Martha Washington or Absolute Justice.
    R & M: N.C.

    There you go.

  3. brenton8090
    June 21, 2010 at 8:25 am — Reply

    Have to say, since you guys haven’t read it: Flight, the anthology, is awesome. My library has all 6 volumes, and there’s some stuff in those that blows me away, and gives me faith for non-superhero comics. Just a bunch of people doing really crazy awesome stuff. So Flight is definitely worth checking out.

  4. brenton8090
    June 21, 2010 at 8:28 am — Reply

    Oh, and since it wasn’t really mentioned either, Beasts of Burden is a really interesting read too. It’s a bunch of (realistically drawn) dogs and cats who protect this town from supernatural threats. Worth it for the art alone.

  5. Bryan
    June 21, 2010 at 10:30 pm — Reply

    I don’t have much to say about the main discussion, since I’m just breaking into comics and haven’t heard of most of the nominees, but I am so glad that Stephen thought to bring up the love fests that are known as the Dueling Reviews. I found it a very interesting take on something that I definitely have noticed and wondered about myself.

    • June 22, 2010 at 12:03 am — Reply

      I don’t have much to say about the main discussion, since I’m just breaking into comics and haven’t heard of most of the nominees, but I am so glad that Stephen thought to bring up the love fests that are known as the Dueling Reviews.


      I’m not sure what that means, actually. Stephen and I aren’t Joe and Frank Hardy over here, and we’ve had some pretty serious disagreements on books in the past…

      • TheNewNum.2
        July 3, 2010 at 7:09 pm — Reply

        I don’t know much about the past, but lately it does seem like there’s a whole lot of agreeing going on in the dueling reviews. Maybe it’s the flavour of the name dueling review that adds to the idea that there ‘should’ be more disagreement. (2 player online co-op reviews, perhaps?)

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