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ñañoñ




no BP till october 26th?? what the f... happened with septembers' issue??


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Primetime




> no BP till october 26th?? what the f... happened with septembers' issue??

Wasn't this fully covered here?:

http://www.comicboards.com/blackpanther/view.php?trd=070619185206


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Thatguy




> > no BP till october 26th?? what the f... happened with septembers' issue??
>
> Wasn't this fully covered here?:
>
> http://www.comicboards.com/blackpanther/view.php?trd=070619185206


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Primetime.




> > > no BP till october 26th?? what the f... happened with septembers' issue??
> >
> > Wasn't this fully covered here?:
> >
> > http://www.comicboards.com/blackpanther/view.php?trd=070619185206


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Halo82




> > > > no BP till october 26th?? what the f... happened with septembers' issue??
> > >
> > > Wasn't this fully covered here?:
> > >
> > > http://www.comicboards.com/blackpanther/view.php?trd=070619185206


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ñañoñ




and you even complain about me posting somethin!!


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Thatguy




My complaints about the quality remain largely the same, but I'm impressed that, given his other responsibilities, Hudlin has managed to reach all of his deadlines with seeming ease. I can understand tearing him down (and he's long since earned it), but rag on a guy for what he's actually done, ya know?


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Halo82




> and you even complain about me posting somethin!!

There's a reason why silence is golden.


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Scott




The last time you posted was August 29th. And that was 18 days ago. Far more than 4 days or less.

Scott
"The art in comics is generally better than ever, the writing is often clever and glib, but in spite of that, far too many comics are utterly unreadable. Even hardcore fans find many comics daunting to follow! The craft of comics storytelling is all but lost. A who's who of industry big shots have privately agreed with me when we've discussed exactly this subject, but it's a tough problem to fix, given the often huge egos of the creators, general creative anarchy and lack of trained editorial people." Jim Shooter


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