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iZombie and Sweet Tooth, both from Vertigo Comics. iZombie is illustrated by Mike Allred, one of the best in the business. The writer, Chris Roberson is an up and comer, and did a wonderful Fables mini a little while back. The story has all the staple horror movie characters done in that wonderful Pop Art style of Allred's, and the characters are endearing. I love it. Sweet Tooth is an interesting post-apocalyptic story. Jeff Lemire's storytelling is almost quiet, and it lends itself to many re-reads. I'm swimming in the craziness that is the Bat titles at the moment, and it's hard to recommend any of them without then having to say "Well, you need to start here to know what's going on", but I am *loving* both Red Robin and Batgirl, the latter written by Bryan Q. Miller, the man responsible for some of the more watchable episodes of Smallville, and I think he gets the Stephanie/Spoiler/Batgirl character more than most. Red Robin first follows Tim Drake after the "death" of Batman, Tim being the only member of the Bat Family why (rightly) believes Bruce is still alive. The storytelling in this book is fluid and dynamic, and the art by Marcus To is amazing. I've been recommending this to anyone buying Bat Books. Last, you need to read Locke and Key. You just need to. Anything I say will not do it justice. Read it. Oneofus. All of these (save for iZombie, it seems) have the first few stories available in trade form!
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A Wil AND Sheldon episode? *head explodes in fangirl glee* Looking forward to it, Wil. :)
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ping pwned. Ow.
Toggle Commented Sep 25, 2009 on unraveling the mystery at WWdN: In Exile
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Oh, Wil, I am truly sorry for your loss. Believe me when I say I can completely understand and sympathize with what you are going through. My husband and I held our awesome-with-a-side-of-sauce cat Furio as he died a few years back, after only having him for a few years. The impact and love pets have on our lives is stronger than expected by most... your memories of Ferris will keep her alive with you and your family forever. Best wishes to you and yours, Andi
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I have fallen in love with this webcomic. Thanks, Wil! Oh, and scary clown sweater is scary.
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Best of luck, Wil. Glad to hear you had a good time at the audition! I just read about the show in Wizard magazine and it sounded interesting.
Toggle Commented Aug 31, 2007 on just a (geeky) audition at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil, You will be awesome. You are part of the reason I'm going to PAX, as I am not much of a gamer. I *used* to play Atari and NES back in the day, but didn't really touch them again until I got married and my husband introduced me to City of Heroes and World of Warcraft. I cannot wait to see you! I say again: You will be awesome!
Toggle Commented Aug 21, 2007 on PAX Panic at WWdN: In Exile
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Can't wait to read it, Wil!
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Best of luck on the auditions, Wil!
Toggle Commented Jun 23, 2007 on quote of the day at WWdN: In Exile
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Oh that's awesome, Wil! I have some gaming friends from out of town staying with me to go to this, but I'm not much of a gamer (old skool Atari and NES is about it:) ) so I wasn't going to go. Now I just might!
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Oooh, man. If there's one thing I miss about the East Coast, it's the cemeteries. Morbid, I know, but I would spend hours in Connecticut and Boston just wandering around, looking at the headstones and dates of death. Nothing quite so interesting out here in the PNW, I'm afraid. Connecticut Bahhhston Tell your brother he took some beautiful shots!
Toggle Commented Mar 16, 2007 on buzzetti at WWdN: In Exile
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