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Mind me asking a question? Out of all the 90s over-muscled, pouch-laden, antiheroes, were there any who had the power to make their pouches into Bags of Holding? I have never seen one, and with how wide spread the pouch look got, is surprising that they didn't think "This one's is different because he has the ability to shove his obligatory BFG into those pouches that everyone has but look like they could store at most a mag of ammo."
Then again, didn't Liefeld throw a fit later on, saying he rescued Moore's career?
Anyway, I've been checking out some Pre-Moore Supreme appearances and came across this description:
"Shadowhawk is transported home to New York where he finds himself right in the thick of a battle between Supreme and the Fantastical Four; He begs Supreme for a few drops of blood to cure him of AIDS but Supreme has no time for him and blasts him instead"
90s Image Comics everyone!
edited 26th Jun '18 12:15:22 AM by strejda
Anyone remember Drain? The vampire comic by C. B. Cebulski about a bisexual ninja vampire named Chinatsu who goes on a 400 year old quest to kill the vampire who turned her and killed her family?
I remember reading the author wanted to do the sequel that explores Chinatsu's past as a vampire but there hasn't been any news about the sequel for a long time.
I have never heard of this book before. Is it any good? Is the art at least good?
Anyone here read Flavor?
The art is good since it was drawn by Sana Takeda, the artist of Monstress, who also did some work for Marvel like X-23 and the Danvers version of Miss Marvel before becoming the new Captain Marvel. Plus there were some erotic moments especially the lesbian sex scene between Chinatsu and her former lover Freya in the 2nd chapter.
The story was ok and had potential since the MC's past was interesting but I think it got rush in the last 3 chapters to give it an ending with a hint of a sequel.
Is anyone else following the current comics of Kick-Ass and Hit-Girl?
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