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Linkara's "Atop The Fourth Wall" Reviews Talkback II: Man Harder (Spoilers)

Discussion in 'Comic Book Culture' started by HellCat, Jan 12, 2010.

  1. Chaotix12345

    Chaotix12345 Guh-huh!

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    Linkara keeps on truckin' with US-1 #4.

    Also, he's posted his next schedule:

    YESSSSSSSSS, the Sonic/Image crossover. THIS should be fun. :D
     
  2. TnAdct1

    TnAdct1 Ravioli, Ravioli

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    ...and if Linkara's tweet about the next episode is any indication, it looks like the Jell-O Man episode is going to be a hoot.

    Definitely shaping up to be a fun time with some old favorites (Crazy Steve and Dick Grayson, Age 12; Tandy Whiz Kids; Bearded Idiot) and plenty of weird material (the aforementioned Sonic/Image crossover and Jell-O Man comic; a comic based on the 1980 film Xanadu, and a comic featuring some "doped" baseball stars).
     
  3. Gatomon41

    Gatomon41 Free Equestrian Forces

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    Linkara faces the Borg again, as he reviews the comic adaptation of Star Trek: First Contact: Star Trek: First Contact

    Yay :D First Contact is one of my favorite Star Trek movies, and I wish people talked about it more.
     
  4. John Pannozzi

    John Pannozzi Still Gritty after all these years

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  5. John Pannozzi

    John Pannozzi Still Gritty after all these years

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    Wow, is it dead around here. I'm rather bummed that this and the CA talkback thread get little activity, especially since I still watch most of Lewis' s new videos.

    Looking at his future, his take on the Star Wars should prove interesting. Other people have nitpicked the Star Wars Prequels and Crystal Skull to death, but I haven't seen anyone critique this.

    It's also nice to see him finally finish off Batman: Jazz and do another issue of Mister T & the T-Force. Don't really care about Vampire: the Masquerade, though.

    Big Bang should be interesting, considering that one of the few modern comics Alan Moore praised.
     

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