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The Haul – March 16th, 2016

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Welcome back to this week’s books at The Weekly Haul!  A quick little comic shop story — when I usually go to pick up my books, I’m welcomed by an empty store, just me and the owner.  Granted, I tend to go late right before they close (thanks to my long commute), but it’s been a while since I’ve been at the shop with other customers.  Point being: I don’t know how to compare my amount of weekly comic purchases with other comic readers.  I’ve always thought that I spend too much on books, especially since I’m usually angry with around half of the comics I read.  This week, though, there was another guy in the shop.  His total: $150 worth of comics from this week’s new releases alone.

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What are all of you spending weekly on average?   Let me know in the comments.

And one more thing — a big congratulations to Batman fan and supporter of the site, Matt, on his wedding!

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Now here we go… To The Haul!

The Haul – November 11th, 2015

Anyone read the comic Nonplayer?

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This is a beautiful comic — like no joke gorgeous art — that has been plagued by extensive delays.  The first issue was released in 2011 to critical and fandom acclaim, but it took until the summer of this year for there to be a second issue.  And still no third as of this posting.

A peek in the pages of Nonplayer #1
A peek in the pages of Nonplayer #1

So, when I made a Twitter post about our own delays in getting posts up on the site:

 

this happened…

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Yup, that’s Nate Simpson, the creator of the comic that I was being self-depricating in reference to.  So, without a doubt now, I’m totally internet famous.

This week also marks the start of the next Marvel/Netflix show, Jessica Jones, based off the excellent Bendis/Gaydos Alias series from the early 2000s.

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We’ll be putting up an installment of Small Screen Comics this week, where I’ll take a look at the Alias series, the character of Jessica Jones, and the comic-versions of the supporting characters that you’ll see in the TV series.  Keep a look out for the update!

To The Haul!