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Blessed by God
08-22-2009, 03:48 AM
Is there only one in here that is into comic books. And if so what is your favorite?
08-23-2009, 12:38 AM
For some reason, I tend to prefer the non-powered heroes over the superheroes. Some of my favorite are Batman, Green Arrow, and the Punisher.
On a note pertaining to this site, it's a shame that so many dead comic book characters are resurrected these days as niggers. They've did it with a Green Lantern (Jon Stewart), the Crimson Avenger, and now even with the new Azrael (Michael Washington Lane).
I'm suprised they haven't made specifically-white stereotypes like Thor niggers yet (I'm sure that's coming one distant day in the future though:rolls).
Blessed by God
08-23-2009, 07:06 PM
It is a shame that they are placing more nigs in comics. They even changed Nick Fury to a nigger in the new comics. I also agree that I like some of the heroes without powers. I got away from the main stream comic to indies to gey away from the main.
08-23-2009, 10:12 PM
why ever happened to the good old days of GI COMBAT, SGT ROCK AND EASY COMPANY, THE HAUNTED TANK, BIG AL, LIL AL. AND CHARLIE CIGAR???
08-23-2009, 10:46 PM
I used to be big into comics back in the early 90's, and I've read a lot
of stuff from the 1960s onwards, although I no longer buy or read
new comics. I still like to read some of the old stuff every now and then.
Starting in the 1970s, Marvel and DC got it into their heads that they
were just going to shove nigger super-heroes down everyone's
throats, and kept producing FAIL nigger characters that nobody
bought and no one liked (Falcon, Luke Cage, Black Lighting, etc.)
Eventually the nigger-love got to be the norm rather than the
exception...around that time is when I stopped buying comics.
A big favorite of mine was The Question (the 1980s DC Comics
series, written by Denny O'Neill). Although the tone of the book
was somewhat lib-tarded, there were very few niggers presented in
a positive light, and the stories were usually excellent. Unfortunately,
the artist for the series was the nigger hack Denys Cowan, whose
atrocious chicken-scratching was only made bearable by Rick Magyar's
incredible inking jobs.
08-24-2009, 05:37 PM
I'm gonna be lame and name a few of the classics, well..because they're classics:
X-Men: The Phoenix saga
Kirby's New Gods and Eternals
All off the top of my head and from my mis-spent youth..I haven't read a comic book in years!
08-25-2009, 02:13 PM
I liked mostly story driven comics that weren't about superheros, my favorite comics were Optic Nerve, Love And Rockets, Blood Comics & occasionally Strangers In Paradise. The one superhero comic I did love was
Gen 13. It had an awesome plot, no niggers and the art was awesome for the most part. It also had my favorite superhero(ine) evah: Foxy Roxy Spaulding *fap* fap*fap*
08-29-2009, 02:52 PM
I'm gonna be lame and name a few of the classics
V for Vendetta.
09-26-2009, 05:04 PM
I'm not a big comic book fan (Mainly because we dont get many of them over here in England or if we do they are quite hard to find.) however I am a big fan of Batman and several comic book movies. I would say that my favorite graphic novel is "From Hell" by Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell. Very deep and brilliantly written.
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