Weekly Comics Discussion – Wednesday, November 9, 2005

This week’s shipping
list
has only one item I’ll be taking home, namely
Pulse #12. (Incidentally, Brian Michael
Bendis has announced that issue #14 will be his last
on the title. No word on who will replace him, or
even if the series will continue.) Other noteworthy
items include 100 Bullets #66, the first
issue of a Danger Girl miniseries, DMZ
#1
, Infinite Crisis #2, JMS’ Book of
Lost Souls #2
, Captiain Universe
Daredevil
, Decimation: House of M: The Day
After
, Drax the Destroyer #3 (a series
which is getting great reviews but less than
spectacular sales), Exiles #72, the
Fantastic Four Wedding Special, Friendly
Neighbourhood Spider-Man #2
(continuing “The
Other”), and New Excalibur #1.

7 replies on “Weekly Comics Discussion – Wednesday, November 9, 2005”

  1. Timeshredder says:

    Infinite Crisis
    Judging from the hits for Infinite Crisis #1, a number of Bureauites have an interest in this comic. I intend to do the next review of 2 and 3. Does this work, or should I go issue by issue for this particular series?

    • Timeshredder says:

      Re: Infinite Crisis
      (Despite the hits, there were relatively few comments, so I’m thinking the original plan is good).

    • y42 says:

      gah!

      Bureauites

      Please don’t call us that.

      • Timeshredder says:

        mea culpa

        Bureauites

        Please don’t call us that.

        Yeah, it sounds pretty lame, but do we have a good collective name for people who post here?

        • Canthros says:

          Re: mea culpa

          Bureauites

          Please don’t call us that.

          Yeah, it sounds pretty lame, but do we have a good collective name for people who post here?

          Bureaucrats. Obviously.

          • Timeshredder says:

            = )

            Bureaucrats. Obviously.

            Obvious, but what label could be more offensive?

            • Canthros says:

              Re: = )

              Bureaucrats. Obviously.

              Obvious, but what label could be more offensive?

              I must confess some affection for calling users here ‘drawers’, inasmuch as a bureau is also a dresser. Might be a bit obtuse, though.

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