Throw everything into the pot of crayons
Freezing time now, with the swelling of the fingers into massive clumps like the obese what nub along the side dishes into funnels from the troughs. Such as it is, the feeding of the face in times of icy cold weather. Breathe inside the house, those that can see their own heat hit the cold, well, house heating may very well be an optional extra next to thermal underwear.
Take forever for a resurrection when not playing in the big two companies of franchises. Well, looks like that any way when big title changes are concerned. Nevertheless, here comes a return of Tales From The Crypt #1. Horror at it's most. And a well wishing that the kind of stories what kind the nads of the comics back in times before the Comics Code Authority hold the same kind of bit a hungry cow does for clumps of grass.
Recently an issue in this series, must have been something back about #12, didn't really jive, nor was there any real beats of jazz. Wonder then what the tune is on Ex Machina #29 by the time it gets around to that. Probably over in Kentucky by the land of this very issue.
Bendis remains, but Bagley takes a walk with Ultimate Spider-Man #110 being his final solo issue of the long running series. Stuart Immonen is taking over on the next issue with half, but let's read out the final whole Bagley issue for a nice chunk of a Marvel series. Right now on #99 actually, looks like a corker.
And cannot just pass up on Tick 20th Anniversary Special Edition #1. Jam issue, throws in all sorts of creators to slam their take on the big blue boy with antennas out his forehead. Looks promising, looks like one ride of laughs and neck popping veins.
Posted by Soon Van on Tuesday, June 19, 2007 - 22:52
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