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  1. I watched a little bit of the first episode and found it really annoying but felt the same about OK KO (same animation style) but when i went back to it and binged a few i thought it was a tad better. Was good to see art style aside it was actually the original characters as such, although Jaga seemed less of an Obi Wan rip off this time around!
  2. Just joined as Reptar2020 currently sat playing some dice climbing tutorial game against the computer and getting my ass kicked lol!
  3. I watched this and didnt think it was too bad. But i do agree we have seen this done time and time again, and i wanted to learn more about the creatures etc and the universe it was set in. If i'm honest i found the confined spaces and underwater breather scenes far more uncomfortable than the monsters themselves. Worth a watch but file it under a lazy Sunday evening film.
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    Pokemon Go

    Yeah they havent fixed that shit, its been happening since they first released it. The charge moves can be stacked mind you which is a handy little trick. Ultra league has just been shit for me overall, wasted so many fast and charge move tickets trying to get some good combinations.
  5. I caved and brought the T-800 loving the little nods and quips and its ace that hes good to get to grips with too.
  6. I think for me i don't get all the references you guys do, I still appreciate it at face value. The artwork has been stunning throughout the run, and if it wasn't for how enthusiastic @Mr. Gerbik and the rest of you guys are about the title i may have given up on it ages ago. @Mr. Gerbik Have you ever thought of doing one of those Wordpress blogs for all the references? It would be very popular especially since you are so knowledgable.
  7. Sorry i stand corrected! https://www.comixology.co.uk/comics-sale Why the fuck the Star Wars sale is in French is beyond me and annoying as the girlfriend's little one is Star Wars mad right now. Some BPRD & Hellboy stuff in the Dark Horse Sale :O https://www.comixology.co.uk/comics-sale?list_id=33863&33863_pg=5 - BPRD https://www.comixology.co.uk/comics-sale?list_id=33863&33863_pg=22&cu=0 - HELLBOY Harrow County https://www.comixology.co.uk/comics-sale?list_id=33863&33863_pg=21&cu=0 He-Man Mini Comics (these are good for any nostalgia) https://www.comixology.co.uk/comics-sale?list_id=33863&33863_pg=22&cu=0
  8. If anyone wants some nostalgia the original mini comics are in the Comixology sale at this moment:- https://www.comixology.co.uk/comics-sale?list_id=33863&33863_pg=22&cu=0 https://www.comixology.co.uk/He-Man-Masters-of-Universe-Minicomic-Collection-Vol-1/digital-comic/308023?ref=YnJvd3NlL3NhbGUvZGVza3RvcC9ncmlkTGlzdC8zMzg2Mw - Volume 1. https://www.comixology.co.uk/He-Man-Masters-of-Universe-Minicomic-Collection-Vol-2/digital-comic/308038?ref=YnJvd3NlL3NhbGUvZGVza3RvcC9ncmlkTGlzdC8zMzg2Mw - Volume 2. https://www.comixology.co.uk/He-Man-and-the-Masters-of-the-Universe-The-Newspaper-Comic-Strips/digital-comic/460919?ref=YnJvd3NlL3NhbGUvZGVza3RvcC9ncmlkTGlzdC8zMzg2Mw - Newspaper Strips. https://www.comixology.co.uk/He-Man-and-She-Ra-A-Complete-Guide-to-the-Classic-Animated-Adventures/digital-comic/419430?ref=YnJvd3NlL3NhbGUvZGVza3RvcC9ncmlkTGlzdC8zMzg2Mw - He-Man & She-Ra Animated guide.
  9. I thought the latter too but just look at what Amazon are doing bumping up the prices on anything you can do during isolation! You would have thought comixology may have done some of the same stuff 2000AD have etc but it's crisis (snigger) that show people for being the greedy cunts they are!!!
  10. RIP Albert Uderzo Albert Uderzo, the co-creator of the Asterix comics series, has died. He was 92-years-old. The artist's family announced that the French artist died at home from a heart attack. "He died in his sleep at his home in Neuilly from a heart attack unrelated to the coronavirus. He had been very tired for several weeks,” his son-in-law Bernard de Choisy told French news agency AFP. Uderzo's creation, the stout Gaulish warrior Asterix, is an icon in French popular culture. In addition to the more than 370 million comic book volumes sold worldwide, Asterix has starred in 11 films and headlines his own theme park, along with his invincible friend Obelix and dog Dogmatix. Asterix debuted in the French magazine Pilote in 1959. Uderzo co-created the series with writer René Goscinny. Two years later, they launched the first standalone adventure of Asterix, Asterix the Gaul. They continued to collaborate on the series, seeing it translated into more than 100 languages until Goscinny's death in 1977. Uderzo then became the sole writer and artist of Asterix until he retired in 2009 and sold the rights to the series to publisher Hachette. (Photo: Chesnot/Getty Images) Parc Asterix, the theme park based on series located outside of Paris, opened in 1989. It has seen 50 million visitors since then. Asterix stories focus on the titular hero, who is living Roman-occupied Gaul in 50 BC. With the help of a magic potion that gives him superhuman strength, Asterix harasses the Roman guards and protects his home — the one holdout against the Roman occupation — from the efforts of the Roman occupying force. The series celebrated 60 years of adventures last year. Publisher Papercutz announced that it would take over the franchise's publishing rights in the United States, with plans to reprint Asterix's adventures in new collections and to release new non-fiction works examining the series' history. As a pillar of Franco-Belgian comics, also known as bande dessinée, Uderzo earned the respect and admiration of comic book writers and artists around the world. Mark Millar, the Scottish writer of Marvel's Civil War and creator of Kingsman, Wanted, and Kick-Ass, tweeted about Uderzo after learning of the artist's death. He writes, "RIP Albert Uderzo, my gateway drug to beautiful European comics... The Master! Brazillian artist Rafael Albuquerque, co-creator of American Vampire, also tweeted about Uderzo, saying "Sad to hear about the passing of master Albert Uderzo. Believe it or not, one of my biggest influences in comics. Asterix was the first comic i’ve read, from my aunt’s bookshelf. With him I learnt about expression more than anyone. Merci maître!"
  11. Thank you for that, one of the best comics articles ive read in ages. Also made me look at a few points differently.
  12. https://www.comixology.co.uk/Hulk-2-Day-Sale/page/18250?ref=c2l0ZS9pbmRleC9kZXNrdG9wL3NtYWxsQ2Fyb3VzZWw Quick sale! Ends tomorrow!
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