That third crossover is actually (currently) the last time we saw Johnny and the boys.
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Where does this take place in Johnny's continuity? There's these two brothers in the story that are obviously clones (or have a strong family resemblance) to Stix from the old Strontium Dog stories, but I don't know where they came from or what the deal is with them.
On a related continuity note, have the return of Rogue Trooper (post-Friday progs) been collected, and what are the titles of those? Is the first one the Realpolitik collection from 2007? Or is that the ONLY one?
Im making my way thru Abe Sapiens series...and its pretty boring.Just hanging around with a group of survivors and scavenging for supplies.Its like a low key Walking Dead.
Interminable stuff, I agree. I gave up after the Sacred Places Collection (Vol 5?).
Is the story really as bad as the summary makes it sound?
And back on the topic of the Volgan War again, does anyone have some theory (or better yet, an actual explanation from Pat Mills himself) about why the date of Hammerstein's involvement in the war was changed to 2083?
That certainly kicks things out of any possibility of being part of Judge Dredd's timeline...
I'm still not over the fact Boots never returned.
Oops, 2008, not 2009... so that's nearly TEN years! Maybe by celebration next year, you can offer the chance to return to past themes...?
Just wondered if it was possible to compile a list of past themes in one easy-to-access place so we can avoid repetition.
Yup, Vimes and the Watch are my favourite Discworld story-focus, edging out even Granny and Tiffany Aching.