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ThatOneDude

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I have the first part of the series that has already been printed, but I am actually reading the TP's. I finished the first one, now I am waiting on the second to arrive as it was released yesterday. So far the story is pretty good.

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Lars

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Oct 17, 2015
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Does it have bewbs
 

ThatOneDude

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Whatdisbout?
To cut to the chase. America walls itself off from the world. There's a pandemic. 30 years go by and people get into America. And it's a fucking shit show city. Pretty psychedelic.

The second TP arrived today. I'll read that after Infinity Gauntlet.
 

Lars

I’m the shit! Ain’t no bitch hotter than me!!
Oct 17, 2015
42,026
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To cut to the chase. America walls itself off from the world. There's a pandemic. 30 years go by and people get into America. And it's a fucking shit show city. Pretty psychedelic.

The second TP arrived today. I'll read that after Infinity Gauntlet.
I forget is that the one with Eric masterson Thor or real Thor?
 

BeardOfKnowledge

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Jul 22, 2015
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To cut to the chase. America walls itself off from the world. There's a pandemic. 30 years go by and people get into America. And it's a fucking shit show city. Pretty psychedelic.

The second TP arrived today. I'll read that after Infinity Gauntlet.
When was it written?
 

kneeblock

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Sound interesting and has good writers. Will give it a look. The plot reminds me of Brian Wood's DMZ.
 
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Haven't been a reader of comics in many years but I'm always thinking
in terms of systems and business models so here's my quite possibly
stupid ass comic question.

If comics are still popular then how come they haven't moved
into the practically zero competition area of Audible?
 

ThatOneDude

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Haven't been a reader of comics in many years but I'm always thinking
in terms of systems and business models so here's my quite possibly
stupid ass comic question.

If comics are still popular then how come they haven't moved
into the practically zero competition area of Audible?
Art $$$?
 
Nov 21, 2015
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Yea, I don't think they'd translate well. Part of comics is the art of the comic itself and that gets lost in audio format.
Yeah as far as I know it hasn't been attempted. I mean there
are audible childrens story books and books like Game Of Thrones
on Audible... Just wondering if maybe a comic book character would
translate

Hell I listened to the entire Game of Thrones series on Audible

I guess comics would have to get better at story telling though

My eye is trained to look at everything in terms of market inefficiencies
and underserved areas. I'm just wired that way. lol
 

ThatOneDude

Commander in @Chief, Dick Army
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Jan 14, 2015
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Yeah as far as I know it hasn't been attempted. I mean there
are audible childrens story books and books like Game Of Thrones
on Audible... Just wondering if maybe a comic book character would
translate

Hell I listened to the entire Game of Thrones series on Audible

I guess comics would have to get better at story telling though

My eye is trained to look at everything in terms of market inefficiencies
and underserved areas. I'm just wired that way. lol
Lets try it.