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Subj: Re: Any of these worth reading to get as a stocking stuffer?
Posted: Tue Dec 23, 2014 at 08:52:57 pm EST (Viewed 188 times)
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Ragnorak is my favorite of this bunch. Simonson's art work and storytelling ability is still excellent. He's weaving a great story with elements of the Norse mythos mixed into a what if version of the fall of the Gods and how this Thor survives.
I like Greg Rucka's Stumptown and Christopher Priests Quantum and Woody, too. I've only read the first issue of each and was hooked. The subsequent issues are still sitting in a big pile I've yet to catch up on. Not sure how Q2's relaunch is doing sales wise but I hope its strong enough to continue. Love the characters!

Yeah. I've only read the first issue thus far, but should probably get a sub for this. Uncle Walty doing a Mythological story WITHOUT the editorial overhead of the publisher. He earns that seat at the table in Asgard!




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