50 Cent #II (1st)

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  1. The Unofficial Underground Comix thread...

    The Miami Concert comic was called Miami Pop Festival Official Program. There was a loose map that I've only seen once, but I think most people assume it's the drawing of the layout inside, but it's not.
  2. Which issue was the actual Return of Superman in '93?

    The original Superman came back to life in the first issue of the Return of Superman arc? I thought it was Superman: Man of Steel #25 or 26?
  3. Just wondering which issue was it in the Reign of Superman arc in 1993 (June to October) in which the real Superman first returned in I think Sept. or Oct. '93 about the end of Copper, beginning of Modern?
  4. The Unofficial Underground Comix thread...

    Gory Stories Quarterly #2 1/2 was also a bound in comic in a magazine which I have forgotten the title of. Corpsemeat #2 had something bound in by Savage Pencil Miami Concert Comic that I'm forgetting the name of had a loose map included.
  5. The Unofficial Underground Comix thread...

    Appears an affordable 2nd print of Crumb's Bible of Filth was released last month. It's published by a Dutch publisher and is expanded to over 300 pages (336 pages, over 60 additional pages). Anyone know why some pics show silver lettering and "Scratch Books" on the cover and others are in gold lettering without the "Scratch Books" at the bottom? https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1941701701/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  6. The Unofficial Underground Comix thread...

    While I've got copies of 3 variant printings of the "Rainbow" interior cover edition of Freak Brothers #2, it was reported that there was also a variant of the Pink Paper edition. Today my copy arrived and I can confirm that there was a Rainbow cover variant of the Pink Paper edition. So the first 4 printings all had Rainbow variants.
  7. Rampant Rumors on the set of the new Star Wars movie that Christopher Plummer is taking over the role of Chewbacca after old photo released.
  8. THE PUNISHER on Netflix

    Watching an episode today, they reference the Phoenix Program. New what that is because I happen to be listening to this book. Very interesting, if you're looking to learn about it. https://www.amazon.com/CIA-Organized-Crime-Illegal-Operations/dp/0997287012/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1510971630&sr=8-1&keywords=CIA+Phoenix&dpID=515d%2BSJ134L&preST=_SY344_BO1,204,203,200_QL70_&dpSrc=srch Seems the husband and wife are both reading the same book "Life of Pi" by Martel, which is a very good book, wonder if there's a significance later as I'm only 6 episodes through.
  9. JUSTICE LEAGUE: PART ONE (11/17/17)

    Glad I'm not considered "Average".
  10. JUSTICE LEAGUE: PART ONE (11/17/17)

    Thanks. I'd give JL a three and a half out of five stars (if they don't have a quarter star). or a 6.5 out of 10. I rate my Netflix (I miss the firefox allowing 1/2 stars they used to ) as Stars: 1 (really bad), 2 (bad), 2.5 (Meh), 3 -3.4 (OK), 3.5-3.9 (Good), 4-4.4 (Very Good), 4.5-5 (Great).
  11. JUSTICE LEAGUE: PART ONE (11/17/17)

    You mean 87 out of 221.
  12. JUSTICE LEAGUE: PART ONE (11/17/17)

    They were worth waiting for, first seemed pretty short but fun, the post was a bit more detailed regarding something completely different (future sequel aspect).
  13. JUSTICE LEAGUE: PART ONE (11/17/17)

    Thought it was OK. There's a during credit scene as well as a post credit scene for those wanting to know if you should stay through all the credits.
  14. Watching this 1975 (Netflix lists 1979, which is the year it was released in the U.S.) movie again, it's a bit of a devilish idea to put a message before (as the book does) that it's based on actual events when it's fiction. Wonder how often this has been done before? The idea of no ending was actually the publisher of the books idea, he suggested that author remove the last chapter (the 12 pages were later published separately). The flow and music of the move remind me of another movie, even though it has nothing to do with the subject, Miracles Still Happen (1974) that came out about the same time, that's about a sole survivor who's plane crashed in the Amazon jungle. The director's most recent movie The Way Back (2010) was pretty good by the way.
  15. Saw Ingrid Goes West in the theater. Was a bit of a odd one, but worth watching. Always like shows filmed near the area I grew up in, this was in Venice. There's also a Netflix series starring Will Arnett that was filmed in the same area of Venice that's worth watching, 2 seasons have come out.