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Image Comics Solicitations - April 2012

Discussion in 'Comic Book Culture' started by Comics.Bot, Jan 17, 2012.

  1. Comics.Bot

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  2. King9

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    Still no word on Gladstone's. I'm DYING for more.

    I'll probably be picking up the Severed and Luthor Strode trades as well as Super Dinosaur and maybe Reed Gunther.
     
  3. Michael24

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    I'll be getting Spawn Origins Collection: Book 6 (just ordered 5 the other day). By my estimation, it should take two more volumes, for a total of eight all together, to get the first 100 issues. Sweet!
     
  4. Jin Kazama

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    I didn't realize that "America's Got Powers" was a mini-series. Makes it a little easier to trade wait on it.

    I'm still on the fence with "Saga." The talent is there, but I'm just not feeling it.

    Other than that, this is a pretty decent month for me with Image. The fifth volume of "Chew" and the third of "Li'l Depressed Boy."
     
  5. Ed Liu

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    Definitely in for the next Chew TPB. Not so sure about the Skullkickers HC, though -- I've heard good things about it but I don't know that I'm ready to commit to 12 issues and $35. Also embarrassed to admit that I have no idea if there have been earlier TPBs tho -- the book has been on my radar in a low-level kind of way.
     
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    When in doubt, Amazon.
    *checks Amazon*
    Yup and yup. Although I'll get to Skullkickers eventually. Still got a couple of issues left to read from the first arc I bought on Comixology a while back.

    As for me, maybe this month's Prophet if the first two issues really do blow my mind.
     
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    "Reed Gunther" #10 and "Supreme" #63.
     
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    Catching up on the issues of Gladstone's, so I'm definitely picking that up. I really think Nickelodeon should turn it into a show.
     
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    I may check out:

    SAGA
    SECRET
    SUPER DINOSAUR
    DANGER CLUB
    THE MANHATTAN PROJECTS
     
  10. rggkjg1

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    SUPREME #63

    can someone get me up to date with the "behind the scenes" info for the return of alan moore's supreme? i'm mostly curious how long the alan moore run is and what the plans are for supreme after the moore issues are published.

    i was able to get both checker tpb supreme collections a few weeks ago, i still dont know why i haven't seen the material being reprinted in new collections.
     

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