mecha-gino wrote:Okay I'm going to say it: Robert Kirkman IS the Geoff Johns of Image Comic. You could give this guy ANY comic and he can turn it into gold.
I'm currently reading Brit Vol. 1 and I'm loving it.
Hellspawn28 wrote:So I just watch Linkara's review of Spawn #1. It's not a bad video and it was pretty funny too (Not as funny as his other videos). I don't get how you can be a fan of something if you never read it? That would be like being a Godzilla fan but never watching any of the movies? He forgot to mention on how huge and popular Spawn was in the 90's, pretty much anyone around those times knew who he was. He was just big as Pokemon from 1992-1997.
Hellspawn28 wrote:Spawn's massive popularity died after the 90's when Issue #100 came out, after #100 then series started to go down hill a bit. He somewhat became popular again when Todd return to Spawn in 2008 which did not last long since Endgame got mixed reviews. Spawn has not been popular with the man stream audience since 2003 when Namco had the rights to the series.
He is popular but not as much as he used to be (Issue #200 was one of the best selling books in January 2011), and I doubt he will again anytime soon.
Hellspawn28 wrote:I still wonder if there is any comics from Image that Linkara likes? I still wonder if he likes Savage Dragon or not?
Hellspawn28 wrote:I stop reading Invincible around Issue 60 (I think) where Nolan was in some type of jail. What is the ultimate collection BTW?
Hellspawn28 wrote:So I hear they are ending Haunt after the 16th issue? I'm not sure if this is true or not because I'm somewhat piss off about the news since I really the comic is going and the comic reminds me of most older anime/manga characters (Like Devilman). I think it's one of my favorite recent titles from Image in the past few years next to Proof.
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