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2012-11-26 12:33:54 PM
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So, we've got "hurrr hipsters", "lol comic books", and "whar superheroes" covered. With that out of the way, has anyone actually read anything on the list? Any thoughts?
2012-11-26 08:47:12 AM
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Each book taken seperately serves its own purpose and story but piling all of them in such a list, that's just pretentious bollo**ery.

It's as if, for the past 20 years, everyone's been trying to write the next Maus and mistook crude, black and white drawing as the reason behind its success instead of a powerful story.
Teen angst seemingly illustrated by 12 year olds and written by depressed New Yorkers? Zarjaz!.
2012-11-26 08:16:24 AM
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abhorrent1: They're farking comic books. Call them what they are.


Uh, not in this case. I read comic books and I think all of the items on this list look pretentious and shiatty.
2012-11-26 03:07:47 AM
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Slideshow hate vs Graphic novel love.

Slideshow hate wins.
 
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