Was the 4th always obsessed with Jelly babies?
Very much so!
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I read part of a Garth Ennis strip that was reprinted in the Mega Collection. The one set in Ireland with the potato guns/spud guns. Awful. Words cannot describe the awfulness.
Isn't Peter Cushing one of the characters in the Durham Red series?
...but Nemesis book 6 is just magnificently gripping, detailed, and now involving so many characters that people can be doing little more than standing around arguing for weeks on end and it's STILL completely involving. It's reaching a new level of greatness that was only hinted at before.
Oh that's interesting. I'm really looking forward to re-evaluating the 'later' books of Nemesis - which to be honest I regard as anything after book 4 which is a bit silly of me! I've never held them in as high regard as the earlier books, they are pretty damned fine and I do really like them, but for some reason I always think of it being a slow decline in quality as the series continues beyond Gothic Empire.
I'd forgotten all about The Grudgefather, and now it's come back to me like a repressed memory of being abused.
... Blood of Satanus III, and I'm a little surprised that hasn't already warranted a mention in this thread!
Where can I read about them?
So the Dredd-verse doesn't have a group of professional killers that only includes "normal" people, like something that resembles the League of Assassins?
It would have been interesting to do them as the Morlock Zoidberg versions. I guess semi-human would have been even more disturbing - I think it's the lobster claws that kills the design for me.
Except for Ron Smith in The Hotdog Run. Missionary Man went with a very literal gila monster look - as did Judge Minty - but took the same opt out as Ennis's Jonni Kiss story and explained them as a different sub-species (Gila Bruja?)[/i][/size]