Sep. 19th, 2018

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You wanted ol’ Jade‐Jaws not to be dead? Surprise. He’s never going to be dead. You’re stuck with him, and he’s not a big cuddly green guy any more, he’s not fun, he’s terrifying, and he’s coming for you. -- Al Ewing

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Pearl #2

Sep. 19th, 2018 01:54 am
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"Michael Gaydos and I were talking about tattoos and he said, 'There’s something about one of my children I never told you about.' He has a very fascinating skin condition where if he scars, it will fill in when he’s upset. You can actually see the scar fill in. He talked to another tattoo artist who had tattooed someone with that condition with an empty gun, and you could only see the tattoo when they were upset or excited. It was such an interesting way to approach that character and I thought, 'Now we have a character who is so unique, who we’ve never seen before,' and it went into this beautiful stew of everything I would ever want to write about that was new and exciting—and I couldn’t believe Michael had the missing piece right in his own home. It makes you feel like…that’s what we’re supposed to be doing." -- Brian Michael Bendis

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“The Bat is broken,” is sort of [Bane’s] last line. When Batman’s standing there and Catwoman doesn’t show up, the Bat is broken. And can Batman repair himself, and can he repair himself in time to fight Bane? -- Tom King

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Alan Moore: "What Marvelman was, he provides the technology to make this fantastic world real. We're not bothering with that, we're just going from the assumption that what they did in the comics in the '60s was real anyways. It's just a sort of world where there happen to be talking gorillas or what have you."

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(Cable #158'd taken place in the past.)

In the time of Apocalypse, the young Nathan was hanging out with friends.

" I saw a full-scan once. "

" Was it the guy who goes bamf and disappears? "

" Nah, it was an old woman with claws in her hands! "

" What about you, Dayspring? "

" Well.. umm.. my dad can shoot lasers out of his eyes! "

They didn't believe him.

They didn't have any reason to. )
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"Writer DENNIS CULVER (E Is for Extinction) and artist GEOFFO (layout artist of Marvel Rising) team up for a new ongoing series that combines the paranoia of They Live with Stranger Things. To save their friends and families, a group of high school teenagers must fight off an attack on their town by a secret alien invasion… but they can only see the aliens if they’re completely wasted. The Burnouts are saving the world one puff at a time!"

- Image Comics press release

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On this community, I'm the one-man street team for She Could Fly by former Marvel Studios intern Christopher Cantwell and Martin Morazzo. Halfway through reading #1 I could feel that it was a special book, and that feeling has only got stronger as I read more.

But don't just take my word for it...

AOK: There is no better medium to authentically portray the voice inside than literature. Sometimes we feel our inner monologue instead of hearing it. To convey it as prose allows for the reader to experience it on a level beyond a voiceover; sometimes to speak it is too concrete. To read it, as we read every other part of the story, allows us to be it. Christopher Cantwell has been it, hid it, exposed it. To tell this story well is to tell his story. You should be listening.

And nothing brings uncontrollable emotion across like watching others undergo it. Martin Morazzo’s cartoonish style is larger than life. I’ve compared his knack for capturing anxiety on par with Junji Ito, and She Could Fly allows him to depict disquiet with as much gravitas than any of his previous work to date. You should be watching.

Read She Could Fly because it is important, it is powerful, it takes ideas that are crucial to humanity—like fragility, like empathy—and does them right and true.

Doom Rocket.

Issue 2 - a summary )
For me, She Could Fly is about dying and wanting to die, and finding the things that make you not want to die, and it tells that story with a huge amount of heart
And in issue #3 )


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