Pained Auron, post: 6422924, member: 1389 wrote:
Just started reading the Milligan/Allred x-force. Wow. Really great stuff.
P. Gorath, post: 6424417, member: 505 wrote:
went to the good used books store last night and picked up Shade the Changing Man vol. 1-3 and Astounding Wolf-Man vol. 1-4.
I really need to pick up the old Complete Concrete tpb one of the days. I loved that book when I was a kid...I would flip through it at the comic shop every time. I also have some Concrete stories from DHP etched in my brain from when I was young...there was a particular one where he went to this guy's house who was a giant collector that was pretty cool
Zephyranthes, post: 6429909, member: 525 wrote:
Yup. Those comics are my all-time favorite Marvels. I already own all the issues and I bought the omnibus when it came out. I'd probably buy the TPBs if I ever found 'em for cheap, too.
Zephyranthes, post: 6291368, member: 525 wrote:
I also really like what I've read of Northlanders, although that series is ending soon as well. And Milligan's been writing Hellblazer.
THE_KZA, post: 7810330, member: 6990 wrote:
recently picked up
Astonishing X-Men omnibus
Wolverine omnibus McNiven cover
Amazing Spider-Man vol 2 Romita DM cover
Mighty Thor omnibus
Fear Agent hardcover vol 1
Manhattan Projects vol 1
I don't know what to read first...
That DOES make me happy! Casey also cowrote issues 5 and 6 in the first Wildcats volume 2 TPB, although I think the TPB doesn't credit him. He cowrote the Zealot issues with Lobdell. Granted, Lobdell wrote most of that TPB so you're not missing anything particularly important (other than some pretty Travis Charest art) - Vicious Circles is a genuine starting point. The Joe Casey completist in me felt obligated to point that out.I've been totally interested in those Dredd Case Files. I need to find some way to score them cheap.My overall collection's getting to be a bit too much, though - I need to purge. My TRADES, BABY are all stacked up or piled in boxes due to lack of anywhere else to put them.