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#1  Edited By Zombiebite1888

Popular Character: Hey guys

Teammates: Dude, your dead

PC: What? No, just went to Whitecastle

T: We saw you die. Ripped apart by the Kraken

PC: You know how it is when you get that urge for those tiny burgers

T: We buried what was left of your hand. There was like fifty variant covers for that issue.

PC: Nope wasn't me. Want some fries?

T: Are they salted?

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#2  Edited By Zombiebite1888
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Iron Spider was the best none traditional (standard red & blue or the black one) costume. I think if it wasn't for Starks manipulation Parker would have kept this one for a lot longer. The worst was out in '96. The one with the giant spider symbol on the front that connected to the one on the back, along with gosh awful gloves and web shooters.

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#3  Edited By Zombiebite1888

@DoomDoomDoom: I have never ran across Eerie before, could you tell me a bit about it or point me in the right direction? I love discovering new and classic books that have been hidden in the mountain of crossover event of the week fluff.

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Not to start a Frank Miller debate or anything I would have to disagree about All-Star. I thought it was one of the funniest and most absurd take on the whole Batman saga. Miller took every single one of Batman's attributes and crunk them to eleven revealing an almost paranoid schizophrenic obsessed on justice and enough clearity to know when he has gone too far. I really don't think its fair to compare this to Sin City or any of Miller's past Dark Knight contributions as this has a completely different tone than other works he has produced. I would also defend DK2 for the same reason. Granted I didn't enjoy it as much as DKR I still feel that it gets slandered simply because it failed to carbon copy preconceived notions for what a "Frank Miller" Batman schematic should consist of.

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#5  Edited By Zombiebite1888

I am definitely excited about all of them. The ones I am having any reservations about are The Comedian and Rorschach. Those are the two that giving their extreme natures can be written out of proportion very easily. Hopefully Azzarello will give us convincing and satisfying characters and not just Batman and Punisher extremes.

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#6  Edited By Zombiebite1888

The Dc Volume "Trinity" is listed here http://www.comicvine.com/trinity/39-40779/ as a story arc that only contains itself. It is a duplication of the volume page and isn't needed.