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Old February 18 2015, 08:37 PM   #466
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Re: JD's Comic Book Thread

I'm also a big fan of what VALIANT puts out.
The VALIANT has been a great read, I concur.
Divinity #1 was a solid set up book but I do agree the last 1/3 of it opens up a lot of questions that I think are going to play out over the next 4 issues. I feel like the lecture scenes talking of space/time a big part of the coming explanation.
Ivar, Timewalker was a fun #1 issue as well, looking forward to the rest of the opening arc!
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Old February 18 2015, 08:40 PM   #467
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I liked Ivar as well. I haven't read issue two yet but I will probably do so this evening.

After reading The Valiant #3 I am very curious about the new Bloodshot series about to be launched.
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Old February 25 2015, 09:10 PM   #468
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So where which of the recent origin stories for Dr. Strange is better, JMS's Strange, or Dr. Strange: Season One?
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