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Darth Virul

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  1. No Star Wars, you say? Well sir, that's playing dirty Rick and Morty is pretty high on the list of re-watches MCU movies (I'm particularly fond of the Infinity War and the first Thor) Justice League Crisis on Two Earth and Gods and Monsters. Come to think of it the JL and JL Unlimited shows also get a lot of eyeball time Blue Mountain State Disney's Aladdin 60s Batman show American Ninja (not the show, you heathen. The movie!) Let's add some classy artsy fartsy now. Granada's Sherlock Holmes series
  2. Books. My dad will get a book of crossword puzzles, my best friend some graphic tpb of Deadpool/Rick&Morty/something by Mark Millar, another friend will get couple of birdwatching books.
  3. On the last point, yes, you're right, there's a difference between superpowers stories (the Red Queen series, like Hunger Games but with superpowers) and superhero stories. And thank you for these suggestions, I'll make a list a check my library system's availability.
  4. I've read the trilogy (there's a fourth book out now concentrating on the story from a supporting character's perspective), it's all right. I have read better and it is a very slow and unexciting narrative but I recognise the author's cred on her background research, especially on subjects like Elizabethian London/England and the history of alchemy. Closest soundbite I could reduce it is it's a supernatural Outlander. I have watched the first episode of the tv show so far and plan resume as soon as my work schedule let's up a bit.
  5. Hello. I've recently started reading superhero books and I'm looking for recommendations from those brave foolhardy souls who have travelled this path before I. So far I have read Richard Roberts "Please don't tell my parents I'm a supervillain" series (5 books and all mucho excellento), the two books from Ralph Angelo's "Hyperforce" series (is two books series? Maybe not) and few standalones from different authors like "Supervillain and Me", "Soon I will be invincible" and couple of others. Genre like this is bound to be full of trash among which few goodies can be found so post here recommen
  6. Can the thread starter add "spoilers" in the title? I need to ask another one who has seen the movie about one character whom I didn't recognise from the past movies in an important scene.
  7. Anyone else seen this? Minor spoiler: no end credit scene, so if your bladder is bursting after 3 hours of soda drinking go to the restroom and don't be like Tycho Brahe.
  8. 1. Where and when? You don't want to see. THE. MOST. BORING. ROCKY TRAINING MONTAGE. EVER. 2. Speed reading? No but I'm assuming you don't mean the drug variety. Then yes. 3. Sleep reading? No but not sure whether because the old belief of different sides of the brain makes reading asleep impossible or not, I've heard it might not be so. I do however keep two books by my bed and I read one before going to sleep my cat comes next to me and promptly curls up on to the book to nap. Hence second book. 4. Lying? Believe me (yes, I'm aware of the paradox but hang on) if I were lying about totals, m
  9. 142. Tales of Shadowmen vol 4 by Jean Marc Lofficier 143. Deadpool MAX omnibus by David Laphm 144. House of Silk by David Horrowitz 145. Aloha from Hell by Richard Kadrey 146-155. Deadpool Classic vol 1-10 by Joe Kelly, Christopher Priest and others 156. Thor the World Eaters by Matt Fraction 157&158. Journey into Mystery Complete Collection vol 1-2 by Kierron Gillen 159-161. Cable and Deadpool Ultimate Collection vol 1-3 by Fabian Nicieza 162-164. Liberty Meadows vol 2-4 by Frank Cho 165. Young Avengers omnibus by Kierron Gillen 166. X-men Epic Collection: Second Genesis by Chris Claremon
  10. Combination of lack of social life and good quality digital age network of libraries.
  11. 101. Just Imagine Stan Lee Creating the DC Universe omnibus by various 102. King's Cage by Victoria Aveyard 103. Bone complete edition by Jeff Smith 104. Sin City complete edition by Frank Miller 105. The Complete Far Side by Gary Larson 106. The Green Lama. Complete Pulp Adventures vol 1 by Kendell Foster Crossen 107. The Green Lama. Complete Pulp Adventures vol 2 by Kendell Foster Crossen 108. The Green Lama. Complete Pulp Adventures vol 3 by Kendell Foster Crossen and Adam Lance Garcia 109. The Green Lama Unbound by Adam Lance Garcia 110. Doctor Who: Shada by Douglas Adams and Gareth Robert
  12. 51. Stray by Rachel Vincent 52. Rogue by Rachel Vincent 53. Pride by Rachel Vincent 54. Prey by Rachel Vincent 55. Shift by Rachel Vincent 56. Alpha by Rachel Vincent 57. Thor: Across All Worlds by Dan Jurgens 58. Thor: The Death Of Odin by Dan Jurgens 59. Thor: Lord of Asgard by Dan Jurgens 60. Thor: Gods on Earth by Dan Jurgens 61. Thor: Spiral by Dan Jurgens 62. Thor: Gods & Men by Dan Jurgens 63. Avengers Disassembled: Iron Man, Thor and Captain America by Michael Oeming 64. Uncanny Avengers omnibus by Rick Remender 65. Avengers & X-men: Axis by Rick Remender 66. Please Don't Tell
  13. 1. Tales of the Shadowmen vol 1 Modern Babylon by Jean-Marc and Randy Lofficier 2. Tales of the Shadowmen vol 2 Gentlemen of the Night by Jean-Marc and Randy Lofficier 3. Tales of the Shadowmen vol 3 Danse Macabre by Jean-Marc and Randy Lofficier 4. Edge of Spider-verse by David Hine 5. Alan Moore's Complete WildC.A.T.S. by Alan Moore 6. Cursed Moon by Jaye Wells 7. Deadly Spells by Jaye Wells 8. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by JK Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne 9. Kiss of Frost by Jennifer Estep 10. Dark Frost by Jennifer Estep 11. Crimson Frost by Jennifer Estep 12. Entangled by v
  14. Jasper Fforde's Thursday Next series, although mainly because of the humor and not the AH.
  15. I've read this and while all right, it does come across a little bland. Neil Gaiman's persona does not shine here since he is re-doing traditional myths and doing them faithfully. Like a remake movie done shot for shot with the original. I would instead recommend Joanne Harris' Gospel of Loki, same story but a new angle and more Ohhh factor.
  16. 192. Pigs Get Fat by Warren Murphy 193. Once a Mutt by Warren Murphy 194. Too Old a Cat by warren Murphy 195. Domino Lady: Moneyshot by Bobby Nash 196. Knights of Madness edited by Peter Haining 197. Mr Darcy, Vampyre by Amanda Grange 198. Star Wars: Death Troopers by Joe Schreiber 199. Practical Demonkeeping by Christopher Moore 200. Left Hand of God by Paul Hoffman 201. The New Discworld Companion by Terry Pratchett 202. Ceiling of Hell by Warren Murphy 203. Witch's Vacuum Cleaner and other stories by Terry Pratchett 204. Original Sin by Jason Aaron 205. Original Sin Companion by various 20
  17. 158. Scorpion's Dance by Warren Murphy 159. Jericho Day by Warren Murphy 160. The Sure Thing by Warren Murphy 161. Sin Eater's Daughter by Melinda Salisbury 162. Animal Man omnibus by Grant Morrison 163. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling 164. Gospel of Loki by Joanne Harris 165. Witch Hunter by Virginia Boecker 166. The Host by Stephenie Meyer 167. Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs 168. Touch of Frost by Jennifer Estep 169. The Invisibles omnibus by Grant Morrison 170. Thor vol 1: The Goddess of Thunder by Jason Aaron 171. Thor vol 2: Who Holds the H
  18. 136. Star Wars Hard Contact by Karen Traviss 137. Sandman Slim by Richard Kadrey 138. Kill the Dead by Richard Kadrey 139. Grey by E.L. James 140. A Slip of the Keyboard by Terry Pratchett 141. Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card 142. Cleo: the Cat Who Mended a Family by Helen Brown 143. Huono Karma by David Safier 144. Four by Veronica Roth 145. Sammon Ryöstö by Ilkka Auer 146. Firelight by Sophie Jordan 147. Science of Discworld IV by Terry Pratchett 148. Dirty Magic by Jaye Wells 149. Art in the Blood by Bonnie MacBird 150. The Joker: Endgame by Scoot Snyder 151. Injustice Gods Among Us: Compl
  19. All right, then. 126. Insurgent by Veronica Roth127. Allegiant by Veronica Roth128. The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagencrantz129. Demigods and Magicians by Rick Riordan130. X-factor by Peter David Complete Collection vol 1131. Cruel Crown by Victoria Aveyard132. Percy Jackson and the Greek Heroes by Rick Riordan133. Unchanged by Jessica Brody134. You're Never Weird on the Internet (Almost) by Felicia Day135. Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon by Brad Stone
  20. Krawlie, let me have my compliment good buzz, man. MG, answer: unemployment and library card.
  21. 103. Essential Warlock by Jim Starlin and various 104. Infinity Gauntlet Aftermath by Ron Marz 105. Half Lost by Sally Green 106. ABC Murders by Agatha Christie 107. Eiger Sanction by Trevanian 108. Sweetest Kiss by D.L. King 109. Catch the Jew by Tuvia Tenenbom 110. Throne of Fire by Rick Riordan 111. Serpent's Shadow by Rick Riordan 112. The Kane Chronicles Survival Guide by Rick Riordan 113. Fairest in All the Land by Bill Willingham 114. Fairest vol 3: Return of the Maharaja by Sean Williams 115. Ex Machina vol 5: Smoke Smoke by Brian K Vaughan 116. Ex Machina vol 6: Power Down by Brian
  22. 81. Ex Machina vol 1: The First Hundred Days by Brian K Vaughan 82. Ex Machina vol 2: Tag by Brian K Vaughan 83. Ex Machina vol 3: Fact v Fiction by Brian K Vaughan 84. Ex Machina vol 4 : March to War by Brian K Vaughan 85. Y The Last Man vol 1: Unmanned by Brian K Vaughan 86. Y The Last Man vol 2: Cycles by Brian K Vaughan 87. Y The Last Man vol 3: Small Step by Brian K Vaughan 88. Y The Last Man vol 4: Safeword by Brian K Vaughan 89. Lobster Johnson vol 1: Iron Prometheus by Mike Mignola 90. Lobster Johnson vol 2: The Burning Hand by Mike Mignola 91. Cards on the Table by Agatha Christie 92,
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