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We are a readers group of Graphic Novels in Streatham, London, UK.
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Agents of C.O.M.I.C.B.O.O.K Podcast 15h
I am still reading Claremont. (around issue #200) so I will have to come back to this question once I've read more. But as of now: 1. New Mutants: Demon Bear. This was the most exciting story I've read from Claremont so far 2. HOXPOX. With that Moira issue being a BIG standout
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Richard🔥Wells 15h
Here's my latest lino print for the Damnable Tales anthology. This time, I've illustrated H.R. Wakefield’s 1940 tale The First Sheaf. “Did I ever tell you how I lost my arm?” An old man recounts a childhood encounter with a sinister rural cult...
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ReadersGroup 16h
Replying to @nberlat
Thanks for posting this. *Lindsay*s post & his followers made me smile
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Germán García 24h
Wanda & Zatanna. Commission
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Avery Hill Aug 9
The Impending Blindness Of Billie Scott by is now available to pre-order! "This book is a stunning revelation of a tender heart, embracing all the tools the medium of comics have to offer." - (Moon Knight, Bog Bodies)
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Dan Slott Aug 8
Just recommended Frank Miller's RONIN to someone, and got me thinking-- what are the *Must Read* GNs? For me... WATCHMEN DARK KNIGHT RETURNS DAREDEVIL BORN AGAIN MAUS CAMELOT 3000 BATMAN YEAR ONE INFINITY GAUNTLET X-MEN GOD LOVES, MAN KILLS BLANKETS LAIKA What are yours?
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chris riddell 24h
Five Years...a sketchbook of political drawings.
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Tom Gauld 23h
‘Reading suggestions for summer 2020’ (for yesterday’s )
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ReadersGroup 21h
Replying to @ronmarz
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Eric Powell Aug 8
Congrats to for his well deserved nomination for his work on . If you’re not familiar with Megaghost, the trade paperback is up for comic shop preorder right now. On stands in October.
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Sebastian Girner Aug 8
Finally had a chance to get caught up on PROTECTOR. What a great Comic! is one of my favorite artists working today & this is some of his very finest work. The trade is up for preorder with JUL200063 at your LCS.
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Sweeney Boo Jul 26
Ms. Marvel & Captain Marvel commission ⚡️🌟 (commission list is currently closed)
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ReadersGroup Aug 8
International Cat Day.
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Marc Laming Aug 7
When you hear people complaining about the quality of work in comics today I wonder if they have gone back & looked at the books from the 80s &90s again. We have etc all kicking ass
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ReadersGroup Aug 8
Replying to @NakatomiTim
Harsh but fair.
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Greg Palast Aug 8
You're going to have to protect your own vote. Don't count on Congress, don't count on the Democratic Party, certainly don't count on the Republican Party. Don't count on anyone but you! Full interview:
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Bob Q! Aug 8
Cool commission, Bob. You’ve done it again.
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Dave Kruku Aug 8
Politely introduce our present government and oligarchy to Mme Guillotine.
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Multiversity Comics Aug 8
"One Year at Ellsmere," an updated version of "The War at Ellsmere," shows how time and experience improve storytelling but without sacrificing the spirit of the original.
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Michael DeForge Aug 8
we are truly living in a golden era of bosses, gatekeepers and politicians shaking their heads, throwing their hands in the air and going "damn. if only someone in power was able to *do* something about this!"
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