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21st Dec '16 10:57:06 PM Tomodachi
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* [[ComicBook/{{Ultraduck}}]], by mexican author Edgar Delgado who works at Marvel. While it may not be the most original tale ever, is still a charming tale of a young man trying to grow up to impress his crush, while becoming a cool superhero. It has really good artwork, with a nice feel of a superhero tale, and is pretty cool! Keep in mind i'm talking about the remake, which you can find on Comixology, not the original one, which is charming on his own amateur right, but the remake shows how much the author has improved over the years.

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* [[ComicBook/{{Ultraduck}}]], ComicBook/{{Ultraduck}}, by mexican author Edgar Delgado who works at Marvel. While it may not be the most original tale ever, is still a charming tale of a young man trying to grow up to impress his crush, while becoming a cool superhero. It has really good artwork, with a nice feel of a superhero tale, and is pretty cool! Keep in mind i'm talking about the remake, which you can find on Comixology, not the original one, which is charming on his own amateur right, but the remake shows how much the author has improved over the years.
21st Dec '16 10:55:50 PM Tomodachi
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* [[ComicBook/Ultraduck]], by mexican author Edgar Delgado who works at Marvel. While it may not be the most original tale ever, is a charming tale of a young man trying to grow up to impress his crush, while becoming a cool superhero. It has really good artwork, and is pretty cool! Keep in mind i'm talking about the remake, which you can find on Comixology, not the original one, which is charming on his own amateur right, but the remake shows how much the author has improved over the years.

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* [[ComicBook/Ultraduck]], [[ComicBook/{{Ultraduck}}]], by mexican author Edgar Delgado who works at Marvel. While it may not be the most original tale ever, is still a charming tale of a young man trying to grow up to impress his crush, while becoming a cool superhero. It has really good artwork, with a nice feel of a superhero tale, and is pretty cool! Keep in mind i'm talking about the remake, which you can find on Comixology, not the original one, which is charming on his own amateur right, but the remake shows how much the author has improved over the years.
21st Dec '16 10:47:03 PM Tomodachi
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* [[ComicBook/Ultraduck]], by mexican author Edgar Delgado who works at Marvel. While it may not be the most original tale ever, is a charming tale of a young man trying to grow up to impress his crush, while becoming a cool superhero. It has really good artwork, and is pretty cool! Keep in mind i'm talking about the remake, which you can find on Comixology, not the original one, which is charming on his own amateur right, but the remake shows how much the author has improved over the years.
18th Sep '16 1:22:51 PM nombretomado
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* The ''ComicBook/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'' manga-style comic by Tania del Rio. This could have been just a cheap gimmick by ArchieComics. Instead, Tania took the manga idea beyond the look: it had good characters, a detailed mythos, and an actual arc.

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* The ''ComicBook/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'' manga-style comic by Tania del Rio. This could have been just a cheap gimmick by ArchieComics.Franchise/ArchieComics. Instead, Tania took the manga idea beyond the look: it had good characters, a detailed mythos, and an actual arc.
6th Aug '16 9:43:34 AM nombretomado
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* ''Chase'', a DC comic book from late '90s. The premise -- a (mostly) normal woman solving metahuman-related crimes in the DCUniverse -- was ahead of its time. It had a complex main character, a solid cast, and great art, but it was ingloriously cancelled after only 10 issues -- and the last issue was a crossover with ''ComicBook/DCOneMillion'' that was completely unrelated to the main story. Thankfully, DC had the decency to wrap up the unresolved plot threads in their 2000 annuals, and Chase herself later became a supporting character in ''Comicbook/{{Manhunter}}''... which was also too good to last.

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* ''Chase'', a DC comic book from late '90s. The premise -- a (mostly) normal woman solving metahuman-related crimes in the DCUniverse Franchise/DCUniverse -- was ahead of its time. It had a complex main character, a solid cast, and great art, but it was ingloriously cancelled after only 10 issues -- and the last issue was a crossover with ''ComicBook/DCOneMillion'' that was completely unrelated to the main story. Thankfully, DC had the decency to wrap up the unresolved plot threads in their 2000 annuals, and Chase herself later became a supporting character in ''Comicbook/{{Manhunter}}''... which was also too good to last.
31st Jul '16 9:54:54 AM nombretomado
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** And in 2011, Jaime returns as part of [[DCComics DC's]] [[ComicBook/{{New52}} big relaunch]], keeping his costume and supporting cast.

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** And in 2011, Jaime returns as part of [[DCComics DC's]] Creator/{{DC|Comics}}'s [[ComicBook/{{New52}} big relaunch]], keeping his costume and supporting cast.
24th May '16 11:32:45 AM bazer63
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* [[ComicBook/MonicaRambeau Monica Rambeau]] AKA [[LegacyCharacter Captain]] [[AffirmativeActionLegacy Marvel]] AKA Photon AKA Pulsar AKA [[IHaveManyNames Spectrum]] is a Marvel Comics character who gain the power to absorb, manipulate and turn into energy on the electromagnetic spectrum, and fly at the speed of light while in her energy form. She is one of the most powerful characters in the Marvel Universe. She was a member of the Avengers (the first black female member in fact) and even lead them for a while. But for some reason, few people have even heard of her.
5th May '16 7:23:11 PM quackytrope
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* ''ComicStrip/TheBoondocks'' comic strip, which has now been almost completely eclipsed by the [[WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks television adaptation]].

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* ''ComicStrip/TheBoondocks'' comic strip, which has now been almost completely eclipsed by the [[WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks television adaptation]].adaptation]] in spite of being just as hilarious and clever, if not more so.
12th Jan '16 10:34:09 AM AHI-3000
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* The original [[TheBoondocks Boondocks]] comic strip, which has now been almost completely eclipsed by the television adaptation.

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* The original [[TheBoondocks Boondocks]] ''ComicStrip/TheBoondocks'' comic strip, which has now been almost completely eclipsed by the [[WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks television adaptation.adaptation]].
7th Jan '16 2:17:18 PM Misiael
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* ''{{ComicBook/Rork}}''. Very obscure yet brilliant comics series with complex, well-written plot, likeable characters, truly epic vibe and jaw-dropping art. If you like dieselpunk, inteligent story, CrazyAwesome ideas and deep mysticism, it's comics for you.
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