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One Finally saw somthing in the SDCC news that I didn't a) already know about or b) am actually interested in (as opposed to say, everything that has come out of the Marvel news so far...)
Pride by Brian Vaughn and Niko Henrichon, a 128 page OGN about zoo lions accidentally freed during the war in Iraq.
Two Haven't had a chance to look at any of this week's books, other than to give them a quick glimpse. New volumes of Demo, Tuxedo Gin and Fruits Basket are always good. Spaghetti Western looks good. And Apocalypse Meow looks as twisted and insane as I'd hoped.
When you come in and ask me for Amazing Spider-Man #50, don't roll your eyes at me when I ask you "Which series?" When you follow up with a query regarding Avengers #40, please don't again roll your eyes when I ask, again "Which series?"
On a related note, asking me if we have Punisher #1 isn't very helpful. When I ask which of the seven Punisher #1s you mean, "the Garth Ennis one" isn't very useful a clarification.
Question Does anyone have in their possession a copy of the Spider-Man/Power Pack PSA comic about child-abuse that they can give me/sell to me cheap/send me good quality scans of? I've gotten it into my head to briefly discuss Marvel's history of presenting gay themes and the Spider-Man story from that book would be helpful. Thanks.