Once i could have had every dc book for free because my father on sundays would buy us every comic that was new, because it was easier to buy us stuff than to hang out with us and talk with us. Kurt said if i ever did a comic with them he’d run it in the magazine. The eisner award-winning dairy duo returns in this trade paperback collecting every single stupid milk and cheese comic ever made from 1989 to 2010, along with a ton of supplemental awesomeness. But i refused to buy dc out of that baby fannish stuff some people refuse to ever outgrow. Which was published by slave labor graphics in 1991. And jack kirby comics, which had a lot going on in them. Is definitely one of those things that people can grow out of.
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Milk and cheese comic strip. And with the craze of post- I don’t think i can get drunk enough or get enough people drunk enough to get that approved and produced. At that point, i read anything, and soon after that, jim hanley and his partner opened their fantastic store near my school, and that was it. Despite the cover proclaiming number one, this is actually issue #2. A prophecy says that in the comic book industry’s darkest days, a hero will come to lead the people through a plague of overpriced floppies, incentive variant covers, #1 issue reboots, and super-mega-crossover events. A little too alpha male for me.
And i think the material from the last ten years or so – which almost no one has really seen – is pretty strong. Black and white; 24 pages.