I'm spending a year dead for tax reasons.
15th December 2002
See, I never got into Comic Books. And there's so many at this point it's like, how do you even.
Where's a good place to start if someone was interested? And is there a relatively cheap and easy way to do it? Such as an online Netflix type service?
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Dr. Professor Logic, PhD.
11th November 2003
So I never got super into traditional comic book heroes until the marvel movies, and even then I haven't bothered to read any of them. I read some Archie and Mad Magazine as a kid, but didn't really grow beyond that too much.
Not until I found The Sandmnan, though. It's a graphic novel series by Neil Gaiman, left a huuuuge impact on me as a kid and I still go back and re-read the series once every couple of years. HIGHLY recommended. Shout out to Johnny the Homicidal Maniac as well.
The Anxieties - Garage rockin' punk/mad scientist-core for the paranoid and suspicious.
If you have a library membership, some of them offer free access to the Hoopla application. This allows you access to a large digital library of graphic novels and music.
as for recommendations, I don’t read them as frequently as I used to:
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Dragon Ball Z comics books were pretty fun to read, 42 books if I remember correctly. Other than that I used to read comics from the dollar store, but I don't remember the names.