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What comics have you been reading?

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DeCarlo Rules

04-25-18:
UNCLE SCROOGE #439
TITANS ANNUAL #2
DETECTIVE COMICS #979
WONDER WOMAN #45
THE TERRIFICS #3
THE DEMON: HELL IS EARTH #6
(of 6)
SCOOBY-DOO TEAM-UP [with SUPERGIRL] #37
KILL OR BE KILLED #18
SAVAGE DRAGON #233
THE BEEF #3
(of 5)
SHEENA #8
LOCKJAW #3
(of 4)
THANOS ANNUAL #1
RICK & MORTY #37
G.I. JOE VS. THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN #3
(of 4)
ICE CREAM MAN #4
HIT-GIRL IN COLUMBIA #3
(of 4)
MEGA MAN: MASTERMIX #2
APAMA: THE UNDISCOVERED ANIMAL #1

BettyReggie

I read
Saga #50
Vampironica #1
Reggie & Me #5
Archie #28 & #29
Little Archie & His Pals - One Shot

BettyReggie

My monthly package from midtown comics came & I read these comics
Betty & Veronica Vixens #5
The Archies #6.- Dan Parent
Archie #30 - Sandy Jarrell
Saga #51
And I also got Jughead's Time Police


DeCarlo Rules

05-02-18
STAR TREK TNG: THROUGH THE MIRROR #1 (of 5)
ACTION COMICS SPECIAL #1
INFINITY COUNTDOWN #3
(of 5)
CAPTAIN AMERICA #701
AVENGERS #1 (actually #691)
HARLEY LOVES JOKER #1 (of 2)
DC NATION #0
HILLBILLY #9
DOCTOR STAR & THE KINGDOM OF LOST TOMORROWS #3
RED SONJA/TARZAN #1
XERXES: THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF DARIUS #2
(of 5)
ALIENS: DUST TO DUST #1 (of 4)
Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era: VENUS HC VOL 01 (reprints issue #1-9)
Marvel Masterworks: SUB-MARINER HC VOL 07 (reprints issue #50-60)
GOOD NEWS BIBLE: The Complete Deadline Strips of Shaky Kane 1988-1995 TP

BettyReggie

I read each of these books for 12 minutes each
Archie 1000 Page Comics Shindig
Archie Christmas Stocking
Betty & Veronica Prom Princesses

BettyReggie

I read each of these books for 12 minutes
Archie's FunHouse Back To School Annual #27
Archie Comics Double Digest #269
Menage a 3
Invincible #144

DeCarlo Rules

May 09, 2018, 03:46:17 pm #1416 Last Edit: May 09, 2018, 03:48:27 pm by DeCarlo Rules
05-03 to 05-09-18:
LOVE-O-RAMA 2000: Romance Stories That Will Touch You in a Special Place! TP by Dan Parent & various
DIE KITTY DIE VOL 01 HC
DIE KITTY DIE SUMMER VACATION SPECIAL #1
DIE KITTY DIE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL #1
DIE KITTY DIE VOL 02: HOLLYWOOD OR BUST! HC
DIE KITTY DIE: I Love You to Death! FCBD 2018
LIFE WITH KEVIN TP
YOUR PAL ARCHIE TP
THE BEST OF ARCHIE AMERICANA VOL 02: SILVER AGE [1960s-1970s] TP
BETTY AND VERONICA: FRIENDS FOREVER #1

SABRINA THE TEENAGE WITCH #67 (Jun. 1981)
LIFE WITH ARCHIE #228 (Dec. 1981)
PEP #276 (Apr. 1973)
DETECTIVE COMICS #980
WONDER WOMAN #46
JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE #1
(of 4)
BATMAN AND HARLEY QUINN HC
BETTY AND VERONICA: VIXENS #6 - I read it. Didn't like it, so I didn't buy it. I'm bored with this.
FIGHTING AMERICAN: THE TIES THAT BIND #3 (of 4)
WORLD OF TANKS: CITADEL #1 (of 5)
SOUTHERN BASTARDS #20
AVENGERS FCBD 2108
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN FCBD 2018
DEADPOOL #300

BettyReggie

May 10, 2018, 06:01:47 pm #1417 Last Edit: May 14, 2018, 10:07:05 am by BettyReggie
I read Archie Comics Double Digest # 269 & Menage A 3- Volume #1.

BettyReggie

I read
Archie's FunHouse - Back To School Annual #27
Menage A 3- Volume #1

BettyReggie


BettyReggie

I read each of these books for 12 minutes
Deadly Class - Noise Noise Noise -Book #1
Menage A 3 - Volume #1
The Nameless City- Book #1
The Best Of Archie Comics starring Betty & Veronica - Book #2.

BettyReggie

I read
The Best Of Archie Comics - Betty & Veronica- Book #2


DeCarlo Rules

Last week:
BATMAN: SINS OF THE FATHER #4 (of 6)
JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE #2 (of 4)
HARLEY LOVES JOKER #2 (of 2)
FUTURE QUEST PRESENTS: THE HERCULOIDS #10
SUPERMAN SPECIAL #1 (one-shot)
CABLE #157
CAPTAIN AMERICA #702
AVENGERS #2
(actually #692)
THE LAND THAT TIME FORGOT: SEE-TA THE SAVAGE #2 (of 2)
SAVAGE TALES VAMPIRELLA #1 (one-shot) - I was surprised to see that Fernando Ruiz drew the last half of the lead Vampirella story. Looks good!
ASSASSINISTAS #5
DRY COUNTY #3
THREE STOOGES SLAPTASTIC SPECIAL #1
KICK-ASS #4
MOONSHINE #10
GIDEON FALLS #3
SUPERMANSION #2
(of 2)
THE ARTIST BEHIND SUPERMAN: THE JOE SHUSTER STORY OGN TP
DISNEY MASTERS VOL 01: MICKEY MOUSE IN THE DELTA DIMENSION HC


Picked up about 30 Archie Comics back issues from the 50c boxes last week. Don't know when I'll get around to reading them, but some of those are actually in pretty good condition, for ACP comics from the late 1980s. Some early issues of VERONICA, DILTON'S STRANGE SCIENCE, LAUGH (Vol. 2), plus BETTY AND ME, BETTY AND VERONICA, and a couple of Archie Giant Series B&V SPECTACULARs.

BettyReggie

I just read
Archie Vs Sharknado #1- Hack cover
Betty & Veronica #1- Zdarsky cover
Jughead #1- Zdarsky cover

DeCarlo Rules

May 25, 2018, 03:50:50 am #1424 Last Edit: May 25, 2018, 01:24:50 pm by DeCarlo Rules
05-17 to 05-24-18:
JIMMYS BASTARDS #8
THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF NICK WILSON #5 (of 5)
G.I. JOE VS THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN #4 (of 4)
HIT-GIRL #4

COSMO #5 (of 5) - Sorry to see it go. Along with YOUR PAL ARCHIE and MIGHTY CRUSADERS, it's one of a very few floppy comics ACP has published in the last year or two that I really enjoyed. There's still SUPERTEENS VS CRUSADERS upcoming, but that's a mere 2-issue microseries, and then ARCHIE MEETS BATMAN '66 (which I'm not sure how many issues there are supposed to be of... probably somewhere between 4 and 6). And then there's the upcoming DIE KITTY DIE: HEAVEN & HELL from AstroComix and (hopefully) more of SUPER SUCKERS from Darin Henry's SitComics.

SCOOBY-DOO TEAM-UP (with Blue Falcon & Dynomutt) #38 - It's officially my favorite DC comic book right now (with Future Quest Presents in 2nd place). Writer Sholly Fisch does a great job of working in Easter eggs and in-jokes for long-time DC fans, and handles the humor deftly with a light touch, and I'm loving the variety of DC and Hanna-Barbera guest-stars.

LOONEY TUNES #243 - It's good, but the writing tends to be variable from story to story.

JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE #3 (of 4) - DC heroes and villains reconfigured into new Justice League teams to battle 4 giant cosmic beings (somewhat like Marvel's Galactus in that they feed on the energies of entire planets)

FLASH #47 ("Flash War", Part 1) - Not sure if I'll stick with this, or if it's really going anywhere in particular with this story of Wally West's pre-Flashpoint/New 52 reboot memories.

DETECTIVE COMICS #981 - "Batmen Eternal" Conclusion. Looks like they're breaking up the Bat-family team that starred in this title since the first Rebirth issue (#934, which restored the legacy numbering) and changing the writer, so this might be my last issue. I enjoy the Batman-inspired protege characters, and liked seeing them interact as a regular team, and James Tynion IV was one of the few of the more recent crop of writers at DC whose work I liked. The new writer Bryan Hill, is an unknown to me, and the solicitations for #982 and beyond don't really interest me.

WONDER WOMAN #47 - I haven't been enjoying this as much the last couple of issues, but I guess I'll keep following it through issue #50, which appears to be the last written by James Robinson (an old favorite of mine). Looks like I'm dropping most of the few DC in-universe titles which I still read. (I'm not thrilled with the idea of Brian Michael Bendis taking over on Superman, either. He pretty much ruined Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy for me, over at Marvel.)

THE TERRIFICS #4
- Still reading this (for a while, at least) because I enjoy Jeff Lemire's work, especially on Dark Horse's BLACK HAMMER and its various spinoff miniseries).

INFINITY COUNTDOWN: DARKHAWK #1 (of 4)
THE BEEF #4 (of 5)
BLACK HAMMER: AGE OF DOOM #2
PELLUCIDAR: AT THE EARTH'S CORE #1
(one-shot)
STAR TREK: NEW VISIONS #21: "THE ENEMY OF MY ENEMY"
THE SEASON OF THE SNAKE #1 & 2

Millenium Edition: Superman's Girl Friend LOIS LANE #1 (1958/2000 reprint)
Millenium Edition: Superman's Pal JIMMY OLSEN #1 (1954/2000 reprint)
Millenium Edition: Tales Calculated to Drive You MAD #1 (1952/2000 reprint)

WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #166 (May 1967) - This was the first and only appearance of Bron Wayn E7705, the 20th direct descendant of Bruce Wayne and the future Batman of 2967. In this story, "The Danger of the Deadly Duo" written by then-High School student Jim Shooter (later to become the editor-in-chief at Marvel Comics in the 1980s), he first teams up with the Superman of 2967 [Klar Ken T5477] to battle their two archenemies, the future Joker and Superman's arch-foe Muto (a yellow-skinned hyperencephalic mutant with advanced telekinetic powers). The story was a sequel to previous appearances of the Superman of the 30th Century in SUPERMAN #181 and ACTION COMICS #338-39 (all written by Edmond Hamilton, who also wrote many of the early Legion of Super-Heroes stories). Unlike some other occasional diversions from the normal Superman continuity of the time, this one was not labeled as an "Imaginary Story" that "may or may not ever happen someday", but this was the final story in this sequence of future Superman tales. I loved searching out and discovering these oddball "special" stories as a young comic book collector. All of them were reprinted in the 2008 trade paperback collection, SUPERMAN: PAST AND FUTURE.



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