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Old June 27th, 2006   Lord malvolio is offline   #49
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Uhhh... Something to do with nuts?


MOOSE!!!
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Old June 27th, 2006   kalorvoe is offline   #50
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Geoff, Moose... I'm flabbergasted. Not only is the artwork some of the best I've ever seen, but the tension in the story is exquisite. How on Biot are our heroes going to get out of THIS one?
 
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Old June 27th, 2006   Dan Loayza is offline   #51
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How on Biot are our heroes going to get out of THIS one?
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Old June 28th, 2006   Etrigan Unbound is offline   #52
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I know this post is redundant, but that's some amazing work.
 
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Old June 28th, 2006   kalorvoe is offline   #53
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Is there somewhere that fans nominate artwork for some kind of award? Where do we go?
...or should we go by the book and wait for the issue to come out first?
 
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Old June 28th, 2006   icon_red is offline   #54
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Old June 28th, 2006   Blight is offline   #55
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Geoff, Moose... I'm flabbergasted. Not only is the artwork some of the best I've ever seen, but the tension in the story is exquisite. How on Biot are our heroes going to get out of THIS one?
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They don't. GL is transformed to GL: Cyborg Superman.. what? I can wish can't I?
 
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Old June 28th, 2006   HalJordan is offline   #56
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What can I say to add to the chorus?

Awesome work, Geoff, Ivan and Moose! This book is just getting stronger by the issue
 
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Old June 28th, 2006   Shazam567 is offline   #57
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I want to see Superman come in at somepoint and rip that S-Shield right off him. Excellent work Moose!
 
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Old June 28th, 2006   Bizarro #98 is offline   #58
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I wonder, does the Cyborg Superman even realize that he's wearing the Kryptonian symbol for hope on his chest?

Since his primary goal seems to be killing everyone in the universe, I wonder just what kind of "hope" he thinks he represents.
 
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Old June 28th, 2006   Wally West888 is offline   #59
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Those pages are so freakin cool, Geoff, Moose you guys rock.
 
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Old June 28th, 2006   Anthem is offline   #60
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I wonder, does the Cyborg Superman even realize that he's wearing the Kryptonian symbol for hope on his chest?

Since his primary goal seems to be killing everyone in the universe, I wonder just what kind of "hope" he thinks he represents.
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The hope of getting through dinner without every being interrupted by telemarketers.

The hope of watching a TV show without getting interrupted by political attack commercials.

The hope of seeing a first-run R-rated movie without hearing the complaints of a 1-year-old brought by its mother (or babysitter).

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Old June 28th, 2006   Blight is offline   #61
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I wonder, does the Cyborg Superman even realize that he's wearing the Kryptonian symbol for hope on his chest?

Since his primary goal seems to be killing everyone in the universe, I wonder just what kind of "hope" he thinks he represents.
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Of course he does, for him it represents:

The Hope of crushing Hal Jordan and Superman.

The Hope of getting any cheap shot.

The Hope of proving once and for all time why he's an A list villain.

The hope of crushing those puny Lanterns.

See he even has his hopes
 
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Old June 28th, 2006   impulse1999 is offline   #62
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LOVE this book and LOVE the art.

For a LONG time solo titles have been less than adequate (except Geoff's Flash and his Hawkman run). The only ones I have always liked have been Catwoman..and...ummmm.....and I collect nearly all of the solo heroes books.

Now I feel Superman's titles are written the right way, the same with Robinson's Bat-books. Green Lantern is fricking sweet. I love both debuts for WW and Flash. Aquaman is on a trippy ride.

For me, DC is doing the right thing. Yeah, I still HATE late issues, sub-par artwork and some sloppy problems here and there, but for the most part, OYL ROCKS!
 
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Old June 28th, 2006   BrandonFordDodds is offline   #63
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Doddsey likey!
 
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Old June 28th, 2006   kalorvoe is offline   #64
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For a LONG time solo titles have been less than adequate (except Geoff's Flash and his Hawkman run). The only ones I have always liked have been Catwoman..and...ummmm.....and I collect nearly all of the solo heroes books.

Now I feel Superman's titles are written the right way, the same with Robinson's Bat-books. Green Lantern is fricking sweet. I love both debuts for WW and Flash. Aquaman is on a trippy ride.

For me, DC is doing the right thing.
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