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    gregroyj42 commented on the comic, On the Stump #1
    On the Stump #1

    Enjoyed this but know it is purely a setup issue.  It was a little slow but has a ton of potential for the story.  The art was fun and incredibly gorry, I am in to see if this can live up to the potential.

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    gregroyj42 commented on the comic, Canopus #1
    Canopus #1

    Very strong first issue.  The art is very good the emotions are well brought out.  The mystery set up here is intriguing and the flashback put a real depth to the story we got.

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    gregroyj42 commented on the comic, On the Stump #1
    On the Stump #1

    Anyone else planning on picking this up?  I loved Chuck Brown's The Quiet Kind and enjoyed the first volume of Bitter Root.  He is also a local creator so it makes it easy to support him.  This also sounds like a crazy unapologetic view on the state of politics so I'm on board.

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    • Taren

      I am looking forward to see what people say about this book. I might check it out in trade. 

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    gregroyj42 commented on the comic, Star Wars: Darth Vader #1
    Star Wars: Darth Vader #1

    Just got around to reading this, wow that was great.  We'll see if the end was a red hairing or not but damn that was a great start.

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    gregroyj42 commented on the comic, DIE Vol. 2: Split the Party TP
    DIE Vol. 2: Split the Party TP

    I'm torn on this one.  The art is gorgoues and tells a beautiful story on it's own and the story of some of our characters is great but i feel it gets weighed down by it's own scale and attempt at an epic story.  I felt the same thing with Gillen's Wicked and Divine.  I still like it and will continue to read from the library but can't say this is something i have to own.

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