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14th Sep '13 6:39:30 PM millernumber1
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6. Conflicted comics fan. Enjoyed Joss Whedon's ''Astonishing X-men'', hate Frank Miller, Mark Millar, Alan Moore, Garth Ennis, and most of the "serious"/grimdark comic writers, adore Sean [=McKeever=]'s ''{{Spider-man Loves Mary Jane}}'', think Bendis's ''Ultimate Spider-man'' was great before Ultimatum (especially during Bagley's run), miss the ''Star Wars: {{X Wing series}}'', tentative Greg Rucka fan (especially his WonderWoman and Helena Bertinelli {{Huntress}}), and big ''BirdsOfPrey'' fan (at least the first Simone run, especially Helena and Misfit). Hate One More Day/One Moment in Time and have been unimpressed by the DC reboot so far (hey, I did actually update this post reboot, despite my prognostications). Do like a couple of indie type things - ''Asterios Polyp'' by David Mazzucelli and ''Fun Home'' by Alison Bechdel (got it signed and told her a conservative Christian loved her book).

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6. Conflicted comics fan. Enjoyed Joss Whedon's ''Astonishing X-men'', hate Frank Miller, Mark Millar, Alan Moore, Garth Ennis, and most of the "serious"/grimdark comic writers, adore Sean [=McKeever=]'s [=McKeever=] and Takeshi Miyazawa's ''{{Spider-man Loves Mary Jane}}'', think Bendis's ''Ultimate Spider-man'' was great before Ultimatum (especially during Bagley's run), miss the ''Star Wars: {{X Wing series}}'', tentative occasional Greg Rucka fan (especially his WonderWoman and Helena Bertinelli {{Huntress}}), and big ''BirdsOfPrey'' fan (at least the first Simone run, especially Helena and Misfit). Hate One More Day/One Moment in Time and have been unimpressed by the DC reboot so far (hey, I did actually update this post reboot, despite my prognostications). New 52. Do like a couple of indie type things - ''Asterios Polyp'' by David Mazzucelli and ''Fun Home'' by Alison Bechdel (got it signed and told her a conservative Christian loved her book).
book). Currently collecting Brian Q. Miller's Smallville, Dustin Nguyen's Li'l Gotham, and Brian Bendis's Takio.



9. Love genre fiction, from military sci-fi (OrsonScottCard, RobertHeinlein, JohnScalzi, AaronAllston, TimothyZahn, ElizabethMoon) to mystery (SherlockHolmes - especially the JeremyBrett series, DorothySayers, P. D. James, early Laurie R. King), to fantasy (TamoraPierce, GillianBradshaw, RobinMcKinley, MaryRobinetteKowal, SeananMcGuire).

10. Animation snob. Loves Pixar, but is worried after the not-goodness of Cars 2, the elitism of 3D and bluray releases, and increasingly political moves. Adored ''{{Tangled}}'', and thinks ''Beauty and the Beast'' is the best animated movie ever. Also, ''TheIncredibles'' is the best superhero movie ever made. Period. ''{{Coraline}}'' is story-weak, but animation and heroine-strong. Miyazaki/Ghibli is fantastic, with ''PrincessMononoke'' being my "conversion" film. Enjoyed ''TheSecretWorldOfArrietty''.

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9. Love genre fiction, from military sci-fi (OrsonScottCard, RobertHeinlein, JohnScalzi, AaronAllston, TimothyZahn, ElizabethMoon) to mystery (SherlockHolmes - especially the JeremyBrett series, series and ''{{Elementary}}'', DorothySayers, P. D. James, early Laurie R. King), to fantasy - high, low, and of course urban (TamoraPierce, GillianBradshaw, RobinMcKinley, MaryRobinetteKowal, SeananMcGuire).

SeananMcGuire, [[TheQueensThief Megan Whalen Turner]], ShannonHale).

10. Animation snob. Loves Pixar, but is worried after the not-goodness Is hoping Pixar comes out of Cars 2, the elitism of 3D and bluray releases, and increasingly political moves. their five-year slump with ''TheGoodDinosaur''. Adored ''{{Tangled}}'', ''{{Tangled}}'' and ''WreckItRalph'', and thinks ''Beauty and the Beast'' is the best animated movie ever. Also, Have high hopes for ''{{Frozen}}'' Miyazaki/Ghibli is fantastic, with ''PrincessMononoke'' grabbing my heart after a few others failed to generate more than "pretty." ''TheIncredibles'' is the best superhero movie ever made. Period. ''{{Coraline}}'' is story-weak, but animation and heroine-strong. Miyazaki/Ghibli is fantastic, with ''PrincessMononoke'' being my "conversion" film. Enjoyed ''TheSecretWorldOfArrietty''.
17th May '12 10:42:34 AM millernumber1
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5. JaneAusten, C. S. Lewis, and J. R. R. Tolkien = win. Especially ''Film/{{Emma}}'', TillWeHaveFaces, and TheSilmarillion.

6. Conflicted comics fan. Enjoyed Joss Whedon's Astonishing X-men, hate Frank Miller, Mark Millar, Alan Moore, Garth Ennis, and most of the "serious"/grimdark comic writers, adore Sean [=McKeever=]'s {{Spider-man Loves Mary Jane}}, think Bendis's Ultimate Spider-man was great before Ultimatum (especially during Bagley's run), miss the Star Wars: {{X Wing series}}, tentative Greg Rucka fan (especially his WonderWoman and Helena Bertinelli {{Huntress}}), and big BirdsOfPrey fan (at least the first Simone run, especially Helena and Misfit). Hate One More Day/One Moment in Time and have been unimpressed by the DC reboot so far (hey, I did actually update this post reboot, despite my prognostications). Do like a couple of indie type things - Asterios Polyp by David Mazzucelli and Fun Home by Alison Bechdel (got it signed and told her a conservative Christian loved her book).

7. Huge BBC classic drama fan - from AndrewDavies's Jane Austen and CharlesDickens adaptations (especially SenseAndSensibility 2008 and LitleDorrit), and Sandy Welch (her Film/''{{JaneEyre}}'' 2006 and Emma 2009 are excellent, though imperfect).

8. Because of personal history with fandom (etc), hates Harry Potter, but quite enjoys {{Twilight}}. Don't make any claims of quality for either. Do quite like MarkKermode's thoughts on Twig-lit.

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5. JaneAusten, C. S. Lewis, and J. R. R. Tolkien = win. Especially ''Film/{{Emma}}'', TillWeHaveFaces, ''TillWeHaveFaces'', and TheSilmarillion.

''TheSilmarillion''.

6. Conflicted comics fan. Enjoyed Joss Whedon's Astonishing X-men, ''Astonishing X-men'', hate Frank Miller, Mark Millar, Alan Moore, Garth Ennis, and most of the "serious"/grimdark comic writers, adore Sean [=McKeever=]'s {{Spider-man ''{{Spider-man Loves Mary Jane}}, Jane}}'', think Bendis's Ultimate Spider-man ''Ultimate Spider-man'' was great before Ultimatum (especially during Bagley's run), miss the Star ''Star Wars: {{X Wing series}}, series}}'', tentative Greg Rucka fan (especially his WonderWoman and Helena Bertinelli {{Huntress}}), and big BirdsOfPrey ''BirdsOfPrey'' fan (at least the first Simone run, especially Helena and Misfit). Hate One More Day/One Moment in Time and have been unimpressed by the DC reboot so far (hey, I did actually update this post reboot, despite my prognostications). Do like a couple of indie type things - Asterios Polyp ''Asterios Polyp'' by David Mazzucelli and Fun Home ''Fun Home'' by Alison Bechdel (got it signed and told her a conservative Christian loved her book).

7. Huge BBC classic drama fan - from AndrewDavies's Jane Austen and CharlesDickens adaptations (especially SenseAndSensibility ''SenseAndSensibility'' 2008 and LitleDorrit), ''LitleDorrit''), and Sandy Welch (her Film/''{{JaneEyre}}'' ''Film/{{JaneEyre}}'' 2006 and Emma ''Emma'' 2009 are excellent, though imperfect).

8. Because of personal history with fandom (etc), hates Harry Potter, but quite enjoys {{Twilight}}.''{{Twilight}}''. Don't make any claims of quality for either. Do quite like MarkKermode's thoughts on Twig-lit.



10. Animation snob. Loves Pixar, but is worried after the not-goodness of Cars 2, the elitism of 3D and bluray releases, and increasingly political moves. Adored {{Tangled}}, and thinks Beauty and the Beast is the best animated movie ever. Also, TheIncredibles is the best superhero movie ever made. Period. Coraline is story-weak, but animation and heroine-strong. Miyazaki/Ghibli is fantastic, with PrincessMononoke being my "conversion" film. Enjoyed TheSecretWorldOfArrietty.

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10. Animation snob. Loves Pixar, but is worried after the not-goodness of Cars 2, the elitism of 3D and bluray releases, and increasingly political moves. Adored {{Tangled}}, ''{{Tangled}}'', and thinks Beauty ''Beauty and the Beast Beast'' is the best animated movie ever. Also, TheIncredibles ''TheIncredibles'' is the best superhero movie ever made. Period. Coraline ''{{Coraline}}'' is story-weak, but animation and heroine-strong. Miyazaki/Ghibli is fantastic, with PrincessMononoke ''PrincessMononoke'' being my "conversion" film. Enjoyed TheSecretWorldOfArrietty.''TheSecretWorldOfArrietty''.
17th May '12 1:35:58 AM millernumber1
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5. Jane Austen, C. S. Lewis, and J. R. R. Tolkien = win. Especially Emma, Till We Have Faces, and The Silmarillion.

6. Conflicted comics fan. Enjoyed Joss Whedon's Astonishing X-men, hate Frank Miller, Mark Millar, Alan Moore, Garth Ennis, and most of the "serious"/grimdark comic writers, adore Sean McKeever's Spider-man Loves Mary Jane, think Bendis's Ultimate Spider-man was great before Ultimatum (especially during Bagley's run), miss the Star Wars: X-wing Rogue Squadron series, tentative Greg Rucka fan (especially his Wondygal and Huntress), and big Birds of Prey fan (at least the first Simone run, especially Helena and Misfit). Hate One More Day/One Moment in Time and have been unimpressed by the DC reboot so far (hey, I did actually update this post reboot, despite my prognostications). Do like a couple of indie type things - Asterios Polyp by David Mazzucelli and Fun Home by Alison Bechdel (got it signed and told her a conservative Christian loved her book).

7. Huge BBC classic drama fan - from Andrew Davies's Jane Austen and Charles Dickens adaptations (especially Sense and Sensibility 2008 and Litle Dorrit), and Sandy Welch (her Jane Eyre 2006 and Emma 2009 are excellent, though imperfect).

8. Because of personal history with fandom (etc), hates Harry Potter, but quite enjoys Twilight. Don't make any claims of quality for either. Do quite like MarkKermode's thoughts on Twig-lit.

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5. Jane Austen, JaneAusten, C. S. Lewis, and J. R. R. Tolkien = win. Especially Emma, Till We Have Faces, ''Film/{{Emma}}'', TillWeHaveFaces, and The Silmarillion.

TheSilmarillion.

6. Conflicted comics fan. Enjoyed Joss Whedon's Astonishing X-men, hate Frank Miller, Mark Millar, Alan Moore, Garth Ennis, and most of the "serious"/grimdark comic writers, adore Sean McKeever's Spider-man [=McKeever=]'s {{Spider-man Loves Mary Jane, Jane}}, think Bendis's Ultimate Spider-man was great before Ultimatum (especially during Bagley's run), miss the Star Wars: X-wing Rogue Squadron series, {{X Wing series}}, tentative Greg Rucka fan (especially his Wondygal WonderWoman and Huntress), Helena Bertinelli {{Huntress}}), and big Birds of Prey BirdsOfPrey fan (at least the first Simone run, especially Helena and Misfit). Hate One More Day/One Moment in Time and have been unimpressed by the DC reboot so far (hey, I did actually update this post reboot, despite my prognostications). Do like a couple of indie type things - Asterios Polyp by David Mazzucelli and Fun Home by Alison Bechdel (got it signed and told her a conservative Christian loved her book).

7. Huge BBC classic drama fan - from Andrew Davies's AndrewDavies's Jane Austen and Charles Dickens CharlesDickens adaptations (especially Sense and Sensibility SenseAndSensibility 2008 and Litle Dorrit), LitleDorrit), and Sandy Welch (her Jane Eyre Film/''{{JaneEyre}}'' 2006 and Emma 2009 are excellent, though imperfect).

8. Because of personal history with fandom (etc), hates Harry Potter, but quite enjoys Twilight.{{Twilight}}. Don't make any claims of quality for either. Do quite like MarkKermode's thoughts on Twig-lit.



10. Animation snob. Loves Pixar, but is worried after the not-goodness of Cars 2, the elitism of 3D and bluray releases, and increasingly political moves. Adored Tangled, and thinks Beauty and the Beast is the best animated movie ever. Also, The Incredibles is the best superhero movie ever made. Period. Coraline is story-weak, but animation and heroine-strong. Miyazaki/Ghibli is fantastic, with Princess Mononoke being my "conversion" film. Am looking forward to Arrietty.

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10. Animation snob. Loves Pixar, but is worried after the not-goodness of Cars 2, the elitism of 3D and bluray releases, and increasingly political moves. Adored Tangled, {{Tangled}}, and thinks Beauty and the Beast is the best animated movie ever. Also, The Incredibles TheIncredibles is the best superhero movie ever made. Period. Coraline is story-weak, but animation and heroine-strong. Miyazaki/Ghibli is fantastic, with Princess Mononoke PrincessMononoke being my "conversion" film. Am looking forward to Arrietty.Enjoyed TheSecretWorldOfArrietty.
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