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Men Who Like Comic Books

A group for those of us who (still) like comic books.

Location: Gotham
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Major Changes Made to Comic Book Characters in the Movies

Started by Pale Horse. Last reply by Pale Horse Aug 7. 6 Replies

  The title is self-explanatory. How do you feel about them? I dislike them for the most part-- I teeter between not minding and actually liking the Green Lantern uniforms, Supes' less flashy Man of…Continue

Favorite characters?

Started by Russell Finn. Last reply by Patrick Apr 7. 34 Replies

Disregarding the actual comic book "series", who are your favorite characters?  My favorite comic book character of all time is Benjamin J. Grimm a.k.a The Thing.

Worst movie adaption of a comic book?

Started by Stuart Charles. Last reply by N. Vest Mar 26. 25 Replies

I'm going with that new Wolverine movie.. man, I had to turn it off.Continue

MANLIEST comic books

Started by Curt Bolding. Last reply by Aaron P Jan 22. 11 Replies

Gentlemen:  as this is a website devoted to manliness, I would like to hear your votes for who you think are the manliest characters in comics.  I will cast the first vote for LOBO, the Main Man,…Continue

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Comment by N. Vest on March 27, 2014 at 2:18am

Comment by Cassidy on January 7, 2014 at 6:29pm

Excluding Action Comics, I am generally within 10 issues of completing every DC "legacy" superhero title back to each run's first 15-cent issue.

Marvel, I collect more sporadically. I have the big Bronze Age books - Hulk 181, GS X-Men 1, X-men 94, ASM 129, etc. But Marvel is more a "collect-just-the-runs-that-I-like," as opposed to DC, where I'm a completist.

Lately, my interests have turned to Bronze Age horror. I'm working on high-grade runs of House of Mystery, House of Secrets, The Witching Hour and Ghosts. And I'm a handful of issues away from completing the mid-70s Marvel horror titles. (Gee, guess which issue of Werewolf by Night I'm missing?)

Comment by Cypher82006 on June 4, 2013 at 10:21am

Greetings,

just a little background... I have almost every single green lanter from 1970's till last year. DC comics is where its at. also follow Batman and Flash and newly revamped and favorite Aqua Man

Comment by Curt Bolding on April 28, 2011 at 7:18pm

Chaplain Dan, you remember Creepy and Eerie, products of Warren Publishing?  That was the company that published reprints of Will Eisner's The Spirit, one of my all time favorites.  I even have a personalized sketch of the Spirit drawn by Will Eisner in which said character speaks directly to me in a word balloon.

Comment by Jim on February 7, 2011 at 8:18pm

Wolverine or 2 Bat men?

 

Comment by Jim on January 20, 2011 at 5:57pm

If all superheroes were hipsters :)

Comment by Danny E. Mason on January 12, 2011 at 4:16pm

I love comic books < I especially loved Eerie,and tales from the darkside, Doctor Strange, but where do you find comic books anymore?

Comment by Jorge Luis Vilá on August 10, 2010 at 8:53pm
I like Superman Too
Comment by Ian Brett Cooper on July 3, 2010 at 8:33pm
Good to see some 2000AD fans here. That reminds me, I have to resubscribe to 2000AD and Judge Dredd Megazine - I dropped my sub in December and keep forgetting to renew.

I'll have to sort out my comic collection one of these days. I have every 2000AD since issue 1, back in 1977. Good times!
Comment by Sean on June 18, 2010 at 2:45pm
Do you remember the original universal soldier? The guy with the chip in his head? Or the Maniac for hire, who was sent out to save the potato king and ended up making fries out of him?

What about a movie of some of the future shocks? The platinum hoard? The taxi driver from planet Deniro? Pure gold.
 

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