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#1  Edited By sociald1077

Any update on the scraper status? Or will the new colocation facility alleviate that issue? Thanks!

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#2  Edited By sociald1077

My first thought: "Finally!"

I didn't mind his art, in fact I like that style. But his writing was just bla. It was bland and boring.

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#3  Edited By sociald1077

I have to say that I loved this issue. Though I have one issue with this issue, it paints Diana as very naive, to the point of ignorance. I mean the daughter of the queen not knowing the ways of her society?

That one issue aside, I think this has been a really strong run on WW and I can't wait to see what is in store next.

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#4  Edited By sociald1077

NNNNNNNNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!

*Uses the force to randomly crush things*

Please not Deathstroke. It is way too fun of a book to be taken over by that hack. Maybe DC wants these title to follow in the foot steps of Hawk and Dove.

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#5  Edited By sociald1077

@Babs said:

@jhazzroucher said:

no Batgirl??

Batgirl's not really...good

When Steph first took over as Batgirl, I was hesitant to say the least. By the time the series ended to make way for the New 52, I thought it was one of the best books DC had. Brian Miller was hitting gold with every issue. He tapped into Stephanie Brown and made her a really fun character.

The DCnU is a sadder place with out Brian Millers Batgirl.

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@KidSupreme said:

@sociald1077: I have something like 7000 comics, with another 100 plus trade paper back, and another 50plus hard cover. How did you make your graph? Did you use a software?

I use Comic Collector from Collectorz.com http://www.collectorz.com/comic/

It's got a lot of options for inputting comic, you can even use bar codes and it pulls all the info from the net. Took me a good 2-3 weeks to sit down and get everything input, but its really handy now that I did it. I can even print run lists so when I go to con's I can stop getting repeat books when I'm trying to complete runs.

@RedOwl_1 said:

My collection is digital (I blame you, urbanization) I try to keep big things in rars, organize in carpets by character (or events, like the reboot)

I begin half a year ago and I have 12.3 GB don't ask me how many, I will die counting them.

I have kinda been thinking about going this route, since DC is pretty much all digital now. but I haven't really dabbled in it.

@batmanbeyond234 said:

Only 300. :(

Everyone starts some where :D. Remember it's not the size of your collection that counts, it's if you enjoy using - er- reading it ;)

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#7  Edited By sociald1077

The Walking Dead #48

So much loss in that one issue, and poor Lori. The only time a comic has made me close to crying.

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#8  Edited By sociald1077

@TheOptimist: Wow, do you keep them out and available to read, or in closets and the garage?

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@Archlord said:

I'm just curious, do you board and bag your comic books? I was wondering about that for I've either been collecting for just the read, or for fun,

and I want to start a new collection as a hobby, like I've always wanted to do.

I'm looking to make a better collection in the near future, possibly all the Marvel/DC books I have about 350 something... (Or only the ones I really liked.)

I do bag and board. I don't do it for snobby "Its gonna be worth a million dollars!!" reasons. I do it so I know my kids will be able to read them, and their kids as well.

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#10  Edited By sociald1077

As of this week I am up to 2798 books. I was kinda wondering how many books others had and how they store their books. Right now I have mine in cardboard boxes, but I'm thinking about upgrading to comic cube

As you can see by the picture, I'm kind of a DC fan :D

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