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Arriving 12/29/11

The final ship week of the year, and it’s not a bad one!

We do, however, have two ASSHATS OF THE WEEK, in this final shipping week — first is the loverly *four* different issues of 2000 AD that are shipping to America this week; seriously, I’d rather have a single SKU to have to process if you’re going to do that anyway, guys.

The second goes to Marvel comics, and the *two* issues of CAPTAIN AMERICA (#5 & 6) shipping this week, AS WELL AS an issue of CAPTAIN AMERICA & BUCKY.

Please please please please please stop making it harder to sell your comics, publishers!

2000 AD #1759
2000 AD #1760
2000 AD #1761
2000 AD #1762
30 DAYS OF NIGHT ONGOING #3
ALL STAR WESTERN #4
ALPHA FLIGHT #7
AMERICAN VAMPIRE #22
ANGEL & FAITH #5 STEVE MORRIS CVR
ANNE RICE SERVANT OF THE BONES #5 (OF 6)
ANNIHILATORS EARTHFALL #4 (OF 4)
AQUAMAN #4
ARCHIE #628 (ARCHIE MEETS KISS PT 2 )
ARTIFACTS #12 (OF 13) CVR A HORN
ASTONISHING X-MEN #45
AVENGERS CHILDRENS CRUSADE #8 (OF 9)
AVENGERS SOLO #3 (OF 5)
BART SIMPSON COMICS #66
BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT #4
BLACK PANTHER MOST DANGEROUS MAN ALIVE #527
BLACKHAWKS #4
CAPTAIN AMERICA #5
CAPTAIN AMERICA #6
CAPTAIN AMERICA AND BUCKY #625
CROSSED BADLANDS OPENING SALVO
CYCLOPS #7
DC COMICS PRESENTS BATMAN BLAZE OF GLORY #1
DC COMICS PRESENTS BATMAN URBAN LEGENDS #1
DC COMICS PRESENTS ELSEWORLDS 80 PAGE GIANT #1
DC UNIVERSE ONLINE LEGENDS #20
DEADPOOL #48
DMZ #72
DOROTHY AND WIZARD IN OZ #4 (OF 8)
DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS #14
FF #13
FLASH #4
FRENEMY OF THE STATE #5 (OF 5) (RES)
FURY OF FIRESTORM THE NUCLEAR MEN #4
GAME OF THRONES #4
GEARS OF WAR #21
GREEN LANTERN NEW GUARDIANS #4
HACK SLASH #11 CVR A SEELEY & BADILLA
HAUNT #20
I VAMPIRE #4
INCORRUPTIBLE #25
IRON MAN 2.0 #12
JOE HILL THE CAPE #3 (OF 4)
JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #4
KICK-ASS 2 #6  (OF 7)
KIRBY GENESIS CAPTAIN VICTORY #2
LEGION SECRET ORIGIN #3 (OF 6)
LENORE VOLUME II #4
MICE TEMPLAR VOL 3 #6 MICHAEL AVON OEMING CVR
MIGHTY THOR #9
MONOCYTE #2 (OF 4)
RED SONJA #61
ROBERT JORDAN WHEEL OF TIME EYE O/T WORLD #18
SAVAGE HAWKMAN #4
SECRET AVENGERS #20
SIMPSONS SUPER SPECTACULAR #14
SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #232
SPACE WARPED #6 (OF 6)
SPACEMAN #3 (OF 9)
SPIDER-MAN #21
STAR TREK ONGOING #4
STAR WARS CRIMSON EMPIRE III EMPIRE LOST #3 (OF 6)
SUPERMAN #4
TEEN TITANS #4
TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES MICRO SERIES #2 MICHELANGELO
THE GUILD ZABOO #1 DORKIN CVR
TOO MUCH COFFEE MAN #1 FACSIMILE ED
ULTIMATE COMICS ULTIMATES #5
ULTIMATE COMICS X-MEN #5
UNCANNY X-MEN #3 XREGB
UNWRITTEN #32.5
VENGEANCE #6 (OF 6)
VOODOO #4
WARLORD OF MARS #14
WITCH DOCTOR RESUSCITATION ONE SHOT
WORLD OF ARCHIE DOUBLE DIGEST #13

Books / Mags / Stuff
BETTY & VERONICA BATTLE OF THE BFFS
BLACKHAWK GN (REBELLION ED)
BROADCAST TV DOODLES OF HENRY FLINT SC
CHASE TP
DUNGEONS & DRAGONS HC VOL 02 FIRST ENCOUNTERS
ESSENTIAL SPIDER-MAN TP VOL 07 NEW ED
GENERATION HOPE SCHISM TP
HELLBLAZER TP VOL 02 THE DEVIL YOU KNOW NEW ED
HOUSE OF MYSTERY TP VOL 07 CONCEPTION
JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE #317
LOBO UNBOUND TP
LOUIS – RED LETTER DAY HC NEW ED
PREVIEWS #280 JANUARY 2012 (NET)
ROOTS OF THE SWAMP THING TP
SECRET AVENGERS TP VOL 02 EYES OF DRAGON
SHAKY KANES MONSTER TRUCK GN
TERRY MOORE SKETCHBOOK VOL 01 HOT GIRLS & COLD FEET
TRUE BLOOD LOGO BEER MUG
TRUE BLOOD LOGO PINT GLASS
X-MEN AGE OF X TP
X-MEN LEGACY #260 XREGG
X-MEN SCHISM HC

What looks good to YOU?

 

-B

20 Responses to “ Arriving 12/29/11 ”

  1. BLACK PANTHER MOST DANGEROUS MAN ALIVE #527

    I find it interesting that this run is ending with the Black Panther doing some serious Daredeviling, fighting the Kingpin-run Hand, albeit with a motive from his own corner of the Marvel Universe (the Kingpin is trying to crash & seize the economy of Wakanda). Very cool to see Michael Avon Oeming on art, though it says Shawn Martinbrough is also on the book — if that’s right, I hope Liss has some clever scene changes set up to flip between the two, because those guys are different enough artists that the switch could well be jarring. Not that the New Deadline-Obsessed Marvel really seems to care …

    FURY OF FIRESTORM THE NUCLEAR MEN #4

    I must admit, I’ve been disappointed in this book so far; the grim, sadistic tone is off-putting, and OMAC is doing the “hero on the run, hounded by Evil Organization X” thing in a much more relentlessly entertaining way. (When the New 52 started, I was reading those two PLUS Grifter, which gave me way more than my fill of Dudes On The Run.) Still, it seems to be improving. I found many more things to like in issue #3 than I did in the first two, even if that was largely a result of Van Sciver & Simone cranking the melodrama up to 11. (They REALLY laid it on thick with the Poor Deluded Monster/Villain You Kind Of Feel Sorry For thing.) With the shake-up in the creative team, I’ll probably give this a couple more issues than I would have otherwise to come together; if nothing else, 7 & 8 are going to look awesome with Van Sciver dropping in on art. This one? I don’t remember what’s coming up in this one. I guess it’ll be a surprise!

    TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES MICRO SERIES #2 MICHELANGELO

    The Raphael one-shot was a nifty little done-in-one that featured a new villain and offered up Special Guest Stars Rocksteady & Bebop, so I’ve got my hopes up. Looks like it’s a holiday issue, too, just like the original Mirage micro-series story. Will it be a reprise of the original? Will this be the origin of IDW-TMNT Klunk The Cat? (No, probably not.)

    UNWRITTEN #32.5

    If I’m following the rhythms of this twice-monthly run of Unwritten right, this is going to be another history lesson issue, revealing more of the scope of the organization our heroes are up against. I really hope this is designed to make our heroes’ victory taste even sweeter, but the past couple of issues have given me serious doubts. Then again, I thought everything was going to go to hell in a handbasket when the fake Tommy Taylor book was going to be released, and the resolution of that storyline featured one of the best punch-the-air moments I’ve experienced in comics in years. Still, I’m sure I’ll find none of that here; it’s probably going to be another issue of terrible manipulative people who hold all the cards getting their way and screwing over the average person. From that standpoint, why I spend $2.99 to read this rather than just sit down and watch the news is a bit beyond me at this point. (Oh, that’s right, because this is better written and maybe, just MAYBE, this will have a happy ending …)

    VENGEANCE #6 (OF 6)

    The final of six issues of Marvel letting Joe Casey & Nick Dragotta pretend that it’s still ten years ago and you’re still allowed to do offbeat, interesting things with Marvel trademarks. This has definitely been one of my favorite reads over the past few months, so it’s probably sold terribly and we’ll never see any of the characters Casey created for it ever again. Ah well, given present-day Marvel I should just thank my lucky stars that I’m seeing the end of it. Once I snag this, I’m definitely sitting down with the whole thing and reading it beginning to end to see what I missed reading it month-to-month. (I am absolutely certain the arrival of the character who saved the day in Uncanny X-Force #18 was a total surprise to me because my issue-to-issue memory’s become total crap over the last few years; in something as densely-written as Vengeance, I’m betting there’s a LOT that I’m missing as a result of this problem.)

  2. CAPTAIN AMERICA #5
    CAPTAIN AMERICA #6
    CAPTAIN AMERICA AND BUCKY #625

    I knew about CAP #5 & 6 this week but missed CAP & BUCKY. I don’t get back loading a week like that, especially with CAP #5 being McNiven’s final issue and CAP #6 being Alan Davis’s first.

    HAUNT #20
    VENGEANCE #6 (OF 6)

    Joe Casey, working outside the box. VENGEANCE has been great and, working with Fox, HAUNT could be a “must read”.

    JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #4

    I love Peter Milligan on such a weird JL book.

    SECRET AVENGERS: EYES OF DRAGON, VOL. 2 TPB
    SECRET AVENGERS #20

    SECRET AVENGERS is consistently the only AVENGERS book worth reading. Brubaker and Deodato really clicked on the early issues and Warren Ellis has made it a “Read first and then again at the end of the pile” book.

    SPACEMAN #3 (OF 9)

    I have missed Azzarello & Risso doing whatever the hell they want. SPACEMAN is not what I expected.

    SUPERMAN #4

    I’m pretty bored with this. George Perez’s “classic” tone isn’t working for me.

    CHASE TPB

    It’s a DREAM to see this collected. I preordered two copies to make sure DC didn’t cancel this before printing. Can’t wait.

  3. ALL STAR WESTERN #4
    AQUAMAN #4 – Between this and JL, Johns is making Aquaman all about kicking ass, aquatic and otherwise. The only problem is he feels the need to point out that people think Aquaman is silly. I think he’s trying to address criticisms in the real world but… I know what people think that about Aquaman in the real world. If I’m buying an Aquaman book, I don’t want to be reminded about that, I just want to be able to enjoy it, and laugh at how everyone else in the world is missing out. Johns doesn’t feel the need to point out that people in the real world think Green Lantern is silly, or most other heroes for that matter, so why do it with Aquaman?

    DC COMICS PRESENTS BATMAN URBAN LEGENDS #1
    DC COMICS PRESENTS ELSEWORLDS 80 PAGE GIANT #1 – I’m not getting the other Batman DC presents because… it sounds quite average. To make up for it, I’ll get the Johns Legion DC Presents that’s apparently coming, but not on this list.*

    FLASH #4 – Because this has been so good.

    HAUNT #20
    JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #4
    SECRET AVENGERS #20 – Ellis really did a good job writing #16. He also wrote the following issues.

    SUPERMAN #4 – I’m enjoying this book. It’s not perfect, but it is good fun. I understand why it’s not everyone’s cup of tea, but I don’t get why it doesn’t get that much love. I think #1 tried for a bit too much and fell short, and that’s coloured people’s perceptions with the subsequent issues.
    (Or maybe #2 being quite good coloured mine of the issues surrounding it. Plus, I’m a Superman kind of guy).

    TEEN TITANS #4 – I’m the guy who thinks Lobdell is doing fine with the three books he has. I’m still a bit skeptical he’ll keep it up, but I’ll stay with them whilst it lasts.

    WITCH DOCTOR RESUSCITATION ONE SHOT – The supernatural Doctor Who.

  4. 2000 AD #1759
    2000 AD #1760
    2000 AD #1761
    2000 AD #1762
    ALPHA FLIGHT #7
    LEGION SECRET ORIGIN #3 (OF 6)
    RED SONJA #61
    WARLORD OF MARS #14
    WITCH DOCTOR RESUSCITATION ONE SHOT

  5. Does anyone know what the “Blackhawk” graphic novel (Rebellion edition) is? It wouldn’t be a collection of the Chaykin series from the late-1980s, would it? Any chance of that ever being collected?

  6. @ Steely Dan: that Blackhawk book is this: http://dewaynes-world.popshop.comixology.com/item/SEP111215/Blackhawk-Rebellion-Ed (Diamond code SEP111215)

    As for the Chaykin book, TITAN UK put it in print in 2009. Copies can be found here in Canada, and probably via John UK, if you’re desperate.

  7. This is the copy for the Rebellion book:

    “”(W) Gerry Finley-Day, Alan Grant (A) Massimmo Belardinelli, Ramon Sola In 50 BCE, an African warrior enslaved by the mighty Roman army defies fate to becomes an officer of Auxiliaries for the Empire. With his faithful desert hawk in tow, Blackhawk is instructed to enlist a hundred men willing to serve under him. The exploits of Blackhawk and his rag-tag army of misfits become legendary. Just as he starts to gain the respect he richly deserves, the warrior is suddenly plucked from the Earth and transported across the galaxy to battle in an alien arena!””

    The Chaykin book WAS collected… its ISBN was 978-1401225155

    Might be able to find it at a library (or through inter-library loan) — it is OP, and DC said they were going to reprint it in…. ’09, but that reprint package doesn’t seem to ever have come out.

    Looking at ebay/Amazon, it looks like you can find the four individual issues in the 99 cents range, though.

    -B

  8. DMZ #72: The end of a 6 year ride with Matthew Roth, examining the cultural identity of the modern US

    Secret Avengers #20: Ellis. Maleev. Black Widow.

  9. Well, looks like I’m gonna have to turn in my badge. I thought Chaykin’s Blackhawk was uncollected. Thanks to the heads-up from Corey (Ottowa) and the ISBN from Mr. Brian Hibbs I have now ordered one via the magical combination of The Internet/Christmas money/booze induced fecklessness.

    You see, that’s just one instance of why everyone at the Savage Critics roars like jungle beasts of awesome. Or something.

    The 2000AD Blackhawk is pretty far out if my memory serves. But then I’ve always been partial to a bit of Belardinelli and who doesn’t love it when a series suddenly goes from Ancient Rome to Outer Space because the original comic (Tornado) has folded and the new strip now has to run in a sci-fi comic (2000AD). Adapt and survive – that’s British comic strips all over, pal.

    Thanks again for the Blackhawk info!

  10. Amendment: That should, of course have been Corey(Ottawa).

    Also: there were only three issue in the series, so if you go on E-Bay you only want Books 1, 2 and 3.Otherwise, yeah, you can pick it for a toffee wrapper and a bit of lint usually.

    If Steely Dan lives in the UK I’m sure arrangements could be made for me to send him a spare set of the series. As long as he promises to look after them (they are so very rare!)

  11. Right, three… doing it from memory, I’m afraid.

    IIRC, that was the first post-DARK KNIGHT RETURNS prestige format series, so many stores ordered it like it was, in fact, what they WANTED to order of DARK KNIGHT RETURNS.

    Ooooops.

    -B

  12. AMERICAN VAMPIRE #22 – The new 1950’s story arc might be fun

    CAPTAIN AMERICA #6 – I’ll show you Marvel! You can drop 3 Cap books in one week, but I’ll just buy the one with Alan Davis art (I dropped off both these series a few issues ago, so no big deal for me)

    FLASH #4 – Most pleasant surprise of the Nü 52

    UNWRITTEN #32.5 – The last .5 was pretty great, and even the main series seems to be picking up steam

    WITCH DOCTOR RESUSCITATION ONE SHOT – Probably my favorite new series this year

    By the way, are new comics actually arriving Thursday (12/29)?

  13. New Comics Day is officially, nationally, Wednesday.

    Some regions might not have them until Thursday, though.

    Our truck JUST pulled up…

    -B

  14. Since I’m the poster boy for bad comic book stores, I wanted to point out an example of *awesome*…Brian’s answer to Steely Dan above. Seriously, if I could buy everything from Brian’s store, I would. Digital can’t withstand…the Savage Critic! ^_^

  15. So, having done my good deed for @Steely Dan, it’s time to list off what I’ll be buying, on this last week of 2012. And since @Jonathan L Switzer has seen fit to blow past the four word pithy review tradition, I won’t feel guilty if I bloviate a bit:

    ALL STAR WESTERN #4 – Not bad for a guy who hates Westerns. I cannot believe if you would have gone back 12 months and told me my most beloved books of 2011 would be the SPIRIT done without any tongue in cheek, and JONAH HEX, I might have smacked yer fancy yapper (still the quote of the year). And yet these WERE the class of 2011, issue after issue. In one of those strange Bolivian Soccer Team Plane Crash episodes, one of those favourite book ate the other, and much as Alan Moore explained it for planarian worms, gained the memories and continued the generation. So here I am with ASW, combining the beauty of Moritat, with Palmiotti and Gray on words. Good stuff, and above expectations even. I might just have preferred my SPIRIT and JONAH fixes (and yeah, sicne we’re coming clean, I thought P&G’s Freedom Fighters were pretty awesome too, and way more nuanced that BRAD MELTZER’s DECODED).

    AMERICAN VAMPIRE #22 – came late to this, and I still read them in bunches. Yes, totally trade waiting behaviour, but I just don’t trust the marketplace to continue books that nobody buys in floppies.

    ANGEL & FAITH #5 STEVE MORRIS CVR – I guess 2011 was my return to license, with John Carter, Planet of the Apes, Star Trek, Buffy and Angel. This particular book has eschewed cliché, and has been great stuff. It’s rich in character and done with heart. Lots of folks want to make a buck off of IP, this aint that book. Dark Horse, I’m proud of you.

    AQUAMAN #4 – I agree with Ben Lipman (as I usually do): the omniscient narrator needs to quit telling us that Aquaman is a goof. Let us see and decide. This title has been both symbolic and a benchmark for the nu52. It is pretty good, and shows what new can come. But the shackles of wanting to be accepted remain – in some meta fashion, much like the genre. I just can’t see people looking back fondly on this. That said, my daughters would buy the hell out of this book if it were just a little more OUTRAGEOUS!

    BLACK PANTHER MOST DANGEROUS MAN ALIVE #527 – Also here for the Oeming art. How stark a comparison this is, with T’Challa doing the stereotypical DD story, whereas meanwhile, over in DD Matt is doing anything but and doing so brilliantly. BP is a good solid book that never found its way. The Francavilla arc on the Hate Monger was good stuff, although the interwebs kept asking why BP was in a Captain America suit. Folks, that wasn’t BP, and given they fought for three issues, nobody could really have made that oops by accident (not like say, Bucky dying from the ser-ser-pe—ent). READING: It’s only hard if you do it.

    DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS #14 – so, here we have a book written by a Media Star™ that comes out on time, and is pretty nifty and enjoyable each and every month. Total electrons spent discussing this book on the interwebs: zero. Read it, it is good stuff.

    I, VAMPIRE #4 – I *think* DC did this book for all the wrong, sparkly, reasons. That does not mean that it is pre-ordained to fail. And it has been a nice surprise. For all of those who hate widescreen nothing happens storytelling, this is not that. It’s found footage video of the vampire apocalypse. Nice stuff.

    JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #4 – inasmuch as HELLBLAZER was probably my Book of the Year for 2011, I should like this more than I do. I adore the writer, I like the art, I LOVE the characters. And yet, here we are. I have faith, however, that this STILL might be the breakout it should be. All I’m saying is that after SHADE CHANGING MAN #1 I just KNEW.

    SECRET AVENGERS #20 – yes, Maleev on Black Widow. A last gasp on an old franchise. When you strip mine something, and dig down to bedrock, you had better be sure you know where you go next. Otherwise you get pretty hungry. Et tu, Marvel?

    SPACEMAN #3 (OF 9) – DC still publishes books like this. That’s a good thing and all you need to know.

    SUPERMAN #4 – @Ben Lipman gets it again… it’s telling a story and building to something. There is lots in each panel and each page to digest. Lots of folks don’t like it, whether for lack of widescreen, or lack of “being contemporary” or lack of pithy zippy dialogue that walks you through each panel. But as the market chases that mythical Lost Reader™ isn’t *this* what they expect to read. It is been pretty good, and yet gets no love. I wonder if there isn’t a bigger message in there, and as Graeme and Jeff say, we will get the comics we deserve.

    So….that’s it for 2011. Thanks to Mr Hibbs for letting me prattle here, and thanks to new friends met (John UK, this means you). Despite the moniker, this is a site for people who care about the medium, its vitality and its longevity. Anyone can snipe, but it takes heart to care, and caring is risky. We all die a little, with each book that goes.

    Enjoy your family, enjoy your friends, and enjoy your comics. See you in 2012.

  16. re: Corey (Ottawa)’s 2011 return to license, maybe 2012 will be my return to license, as it occurred to me that D&D and Buffy and Angel and John Carter are in a way no different than Superman, Batman, Spidey and the Fantastic Four. These are all books being produced by folks other than their original creators, much like Prince Valiant hasn’t been a Hal Foster thing for 40 years but people still enjoy it in their Sunday comics section. Is there really a difference just because Marvel and DC have always held the trademarks to their characters? You could argue that Buffy and Angel are at least being shepherded by Joss Whedon, a claim that no Marvel or DC book could muster.

  17. @Mr. Brian Hibbs: No need to send you to the knacker’s yard just yet, Mr. Hibbs! Any normal comic would have been 4 issues but Chaykin loves his prime numbers! Hey, I didn’t even know it had been collected for the last two years I thought I was looking at ridiculously priced copies of #1 on Amazon. (And if I receive a ridiculously priced copy of #1 through the mail, I’m gonna be a sore headed bear!) I enjoyed your awesome bit of retail insider knowledge about the sales. “Oooops” indeed! Shame, it’s a good book(s).

    @Chris Hero: Did you just say the “D” word! Get back! Any minute now Mr. Brian Hibbs will be bursting through the wall flexing and posing like Big Jim Slade in Kentucky Fried Movie! Just joking, Mr. Hibbs! Not the face!

    @Corey(Ottawa): Aw, you big goofy Canuck you! Backatcha!

    In 2012 I’ll be reading:

    ALL STAR WESTERN #4
    (Always enjoy a yarn where the secret society of bad guys all wander about in plain sight wearing rings with eeeeevil symbols on. Also, there was a real lack of dead whores last issue, c’mon people step it up!)
    AMERICAN VAMPIRE #22
    (I am perpetually surprised by the fact that this won an Eisner. Its okay and all but an Eisner? For serious?)
    KIRBY GENESIS CAPTAIN VICTORY #2
    (I don’t want to be telling Dynamite how to run their business but…comics? It’s a primarily visual medium. The art’s important, y’know. Think about it. No charge.)
    SPACEMAN #3
    (Not dee oh aye. Is Realtee! LOL! LOL!)
    WARLORD OF MARS #14
    (Ex-Confederate and Virginian gentleman John Carter introduces the Barsoomians to the quaint and noble Earth tradition of slavery!)

    Hey everyone, have an OUTRAGEOUS new year!

    (And remember: friends don’t let fiends drink and then buy stuff off the Internet.)

  18. Thanks for the “Blackhawk” suggestions, everyone! I already own the original prestige format series, so I was hoping to get the collected edition if it existed (personal preference on my part–not as much of a fan of individual issues anymore).

    I took Brian’s advice and plugged in the ISBN number into Amazon (US, UK, and Canada) as well as Alibris. So far, all the third-party sellers that I’ve contacted (and who’ve written back) have told me that even though the listing is for the collected edition, they were actually selling the individual issues of the mini series.

    I’m waiting to hear back from a few more third-party retailers, and I’ll keep searching other avenues to find the Titan edition. But thanks again for the tips and advice. Hopefully DC will solicit (and deliver) their own collected edition in the near future.

  19. @James Woodward

    While it is true that Joss Whedon isn’t writing the current Buffy and Angel & Faith books and is only shepherding them, the same could have been said for the properties when they were television series. Joss Whedon only wrote and directed a handful of episodes of those series himself. His capacity on the Dark Horse comics likely isn’t all that different from what he was doing with the television series.

  20. Hey! Guess what I got in the mail, yup, I’m a sore headed bear! Now it’s into the exciting world of returns and refunds.

    If anyone was after a TPB copy of HVC’s BLACKHAWK I would operate under the assumption that it never happened until someone who actually has a copy tells you otherwise. In fact have them bring it round your house and let you touch it first, I’d say. But punching them and running off with it isn’t nice.

    In 2011 I learned: Always check with the seller first. Every day is a school day!

    I’m off to clean out the guinea pig which will kill my free time quota for today so I’ll post some more inept garbage in 2012 so you all get a bit of a break – that’s my present to y’all! Hey do you want a stinky guinea pig or content? That’s right, pets first. Knew you’d see it my way.

    Have a Happy New Year everyone!

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