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stubbleupdate ([personal profile] stubbleupdate) wrote in [community profile] scans_daily2010-07-22 03:27 pm

The prettiest thing that Steve McNiven drew

Since I posted the Predictably Unpredictable monologue, lots of people have been gushing over Wolf at the door. (you can buy a copy from Amazon Marketplace for £3.98 plus postage, or from the real Amazon for £8.37). I went and re-read some of it yesterday and yes, I cried. #4 is featured in Best of the Fantastic Four hardcover along with some other classics like the origin story, Johnny Storm's April Fool's, Reed asking Otto Octavius for help with Sue's pregnancy, the first issue of Waid and Wieringo's run on FF and quite a bit more. I think that Liddleville is in there too, but it's next door and I'm not prepared to check.

I only post to give you probably the prettiest thing that McNiven drew in Wolf at the Door - the beginning of The Ledge Scene.

How good would this be rasterbated?
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[personal profile] perletwo 2010-07-22 03:04 pm (UTC)(link)
I was thinking about the ledge scene the other day! Remember in the Love Meme Post somebody put up the pretty Quitely Superman/Gothgirl ledge scene from AS-S? And it reminded me that Reed had one of those too, complete with payoff down the road. :D
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[personal profile] icon_uk 2010-07-22 06:25 pm (UTC)(link)
It's lovely art, but one has to wonder whether a completely freaky looking man made out of sillyputty is going to be a calming influence on a wannabe suicide.
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[personal profile] qalchemist 2010-07-22 06:35 pm (UTC)(link)
Hey - as someone who hasn't really read F4 in around 10 or 15 years, any chance of getting some recommendations as to where I should pick up to get a good feel for them these days?

If anyone can, I know you geeks can. ;)