P.Rico COLECCIONISTAS DE COMICS

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  1. Paquinero-Cybron RSA Emeritus

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    ¿Quiénes coleccionan comics entre los miembros del PRJO a parte de mi?

    ¿Qué titulos les gusta coleccionar?

    ¿Han leido alguna historia recientemente que haya llamado su atención?

    ¿Hay algún en comic en especial que leyeron hace tiempo y aún lo recuerdan porque es su favorito?

    ¡POSTEEN AQUI!
  2. Paquinero-Cybron RSA Emeritus

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    ¿Quiénes coleccionan Daredevil?
  3. Darth_Valle Jedi Master

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    Bueno, yo no creo entrar en la categoría, ya que sólo compro Trade Paperbacks.
    Entre los paperbacks que me faltan:

    -Usagi Yojimbo (varios)
    -Fist of the North Star Masterpiece (acaba de empezar, va en el primer volúmen)
    -Storm Riders (va en el volúmen 7)
    -Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber (Vol 5)
  4. Paquinero-Cybron RSA Emeritus

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    Me gustaría señalar de especial interes que se supone que este miercoles saldrá a la venta ACTION COMICS #800.
  5. MegaJediRafa RSA Emeritus

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    Bueno, con la sensacion de la muerte de Superman hace años, entre al mundo de los comics y empeze a comprar cuanto comic salia con portada linda. Ahora mismo tengo par de cajas llenas de comics, pero la mayoria son populares. DC, Marvel y Dark Horse mostly (mucho superman y batman).
    Siempre he querido salir de par de ellos pero no se como empezar.

    Emilio, la historia del Action Comics 800 en que consiste si es que es una historia popular de esas que usan para celebrar algun evento.
  6. Ktulu_Terumo Jedi Master

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    COMIC FREAK HERE!

    Pues para comenzar, mi artista favorito es Frank Miller.
    Basicamente, tengo casi todo lo que ha hecho.
    Comenze a comprar comics cuando tenia 9 años.

    Cuando me volvi adicto fue a principios del '92. Si, cuando fue creado Image Comics, y coleccionaba TODO lo referente a eso.
    Pero despues se volvieron monotonos.
    Collecione tambien X-Men, cuando Claremont lo escriba. Pero no me gusto el ge of Apocalypse, y mucho menos el que le quitaran el adamantium a Wolverine y los susesos posteriores, asi que deje de coleccionar X-Men.

    Actualmente colleciono los comics de Star Wars, y como Valle, lo que compro son Paperbacks o mini-series, hasta ahora que Loeb/Lee estan en Batman y comenze a comprarlos.

    Mi favorito de todos los tiempos es Dark Knigth Returns.
  7. Spike_Spiegel Former FF Administrator Former Saga Mod

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    Yo era un freak increible hasta que me enfogone con los comic en los mid 90's con Age of Apocalypse, Onslaught y cuando cancelaron Excalibur.

    Soy una enciclopedia de el Marvel de los 80's y de el principio de los 90's. Era un mutant geek, y leia todo lo que tuviera que ver con mutantes, mis favoritos siendo Uncanny X-Men y Excalubur. (Me encanta Bishop pre-AoA y Nightcrawler) pero tambien compraba FF, Daredevil, Avengers, Thor, all the Marvel stuff.

    Pero despues de la decepcion. . .

    Ahora mismo me interesa completar mi coleccion de Sandman, los "new" X-Men, cualquier cosa por Frank Miller, Planetary y Top Ten de Alan "I am God and Only Neil Gaiman and Frank Miller are Worthy of Touching My Fingernails" Moore
  8. Ktulu_Terumo Jedi Master

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    Alan "I am God and Only Neil Gaiman and Frank Miller are Worthy of Touching My Fingernails" Moore


    LOL
  9. siul-fer-nando Jedi Knight

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    yo colecciono desde mis 9 años tengo bastantes.

    tales como
    X-MEN
    X-FORCE
    X-FACTOR
    UNCANNY X-MEN
    STAR WARS
    WOLVERINE
    GÍ JOE
    WEAPON X
    REVELATION
    VAMPIRES THE MASCARADE
    BLADE
    MORBIUS
    NAMOR
    SPAWN
    BUENO TENGO TANTOS QUE NI ME RECUERDO YA QUE NO HE PODIDO COMPRAR MAS POR MIS ESTUDIOS Y MI TRABAJO Y POR SUPUESTO MI HIJA PERO TAMBIEN COLECCIONO FIGURAS DE ACCION TENGO SIN MENTIRLES COMO 2000 FIGURAS EN CAJAS Y CAJONES. PUEDO HACER UNA TUIENDA CON ESTAS FIGURAS. ADEMAS TENGO UNA FIGURAS QUE ESTIMAN EN $700 POR ERRORES DE FABRICA.
    COLECCIONO MAS DE 12´. BUENO SI ALGUIEN DESEA TREAD BUENO PODRIAMOS LLEGAR A UNOS ACUERDOS.
  10. Paquinero-Cybron RSA Emeritus

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    Tomado del Superman Homepage:

    ACTION COMICS #800
    A comics institution reaches a landmark issue!
    The modern super-hero was born in the pages of ACTION COMICS #1, the book that introduced the world to Superman. Now, more than six decades later, ACTION COMICS celebrates its milestone 800th issue with a look back at the life of Superman, the icon who has been the template for virtually every comic-book hero to follow!
    Written by Joe Kelly (SUPERMAN; JLA) with art by Pascual Ferry (SUPERMAN, Uncanny X-Men), Duncan Rouleau (ACTION COMICS), Cam Smith (SUPERMAN, GEN13), and Marlo Alquiza (SUPERMAN, The Tenth), plus Tim Sale, Mort Drucker, Lee Bermejo, Kilian Plunkett, Dave Bullock, and Gaijin Studios, ACTION COMICS #800 builds on the momentum begun in January's SUPERMAN: THE 10-CENT ADVENTURE. ACTION COMICS #800 also features a painted cover by Drew Struzan, the artist behind the striking posters for the Star Wars and Harry Potter movies!
    How has the Man of Steel affected the lives of those around him? Whether inspiring acts of unimaginable heroism or unspeakable evil, Superman's life since his crash-landing on Earth has had far-reaching consequences the entire DC Universe. This special issue re-examines Superman's life and the impact he's made both as a real and fictional character. A series of reality-based vignettes by guest artists delves into Superman's influence on the lives of everyday people throughout his comics history and beyond!
    This project is supported with house and trade ads.
    ACTION COMICS is an ongoing series edited by Eddie Berganza. Issue #800 is 64 pages and arrives in comic-book shops February 5 with a cover price of $3.95 U.S.


    La unica parte que no es correcta es la fecha de Febrero 5. se supone que llegue a las tiendas de comics en Febrero 12.
  11. Ktulu_Terumo Jedi Master

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    Hoy me compre el Sin City Yarn que me faltaba:

    Hell and Back

    Definitivamente estoy enamorado de Frank Miller. Cada vez que leo algo nuevo de el, no solo es super diferente, me hace respetarlo mas, y siempre encuentra la forma de sorprenderme. Le voy a proponer matrimonio
  12. Spike_Spiegel Former FF Administrator Former Saga Mod

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    Podemos double date, tu con Miller yo con Gaiman.

    Y Alan Moore nos puede casar...

    :D
  13. MegaJediRafa RSA Emeritus

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    Emilio gracias por brindarme ese ratito de tu dia y darme esa informacion. :)
  14. Ktulu_Terumo Jedi Master

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    Good idea Pete.

    Y despues hacemos un foursome!




    damn, I AM sick.
  15. Lord_Nyom Jedi Knight

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    Yo mayormente lo que coleccionaba eran temas de Vertigo, Books of Magic, par de sereis de 6, pero en especial Sandman y sus spin-off. Pero me harte, era demasiado el gasto y las series se pusieron algo malas despues de terminar a Sandman. Me hubiera gustado haber terminado Dreaming pero se me hizo tarde ya que me gustaba colecionar por issues, no los paper-backs.

    Desde hace como 4 años para acá me concentré solamente en los de SW, no he fallado en ninguno de la serie de Dark Horse, excepto par de #0 de Wizzard y los que estaban regalando en TrUs ahora cuando AOTC. (damn!).

    Mi único fallo es que nunca pude conseguir cuando salió el 1rst printing de Dark Empire issue#2, que ni idea sé lo que sucedió, solo tiraron pocas copias y a la semana salió el 2nd print y ya el 1ero costaba $84. Fué algo bien bizarre.
  16. Spike_Spiegel Former FF Administrator Former Saga Mod

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    Marvel as monolith
    After an early struggle, company is taking over Movietown
    By JEROME MAIDA
    For the Daily News

    With "Daredevil" another potential hit starring a Marvel Comics superhero, Avi Arad recalls when the company couldn't even get a film based on their characters into theaters.

    "That was before our management took over," said Arad, the president of Marvel Studios, referring to a string of rancid '80s duds like "The Fantastic Four" and "Captain America," which were so bad they were never even released to video. Those films had fans wondering if there would ever be a decent Marvel movie.

    Then Arad took charge of Marvel's potential film properties, and things began to change.

    "It started with 'Blade' (released in 199 , and then 'Blade 2' and 'X-Men' and 'Spider-Man,' " he said. "I think today [critics and the public] look at Marvel as great storytellers, with good quality control.

    "We are passionate about our movies. We pick out the right partners, right directors. The movies are fun and we are hitting the masses."

    Indeed they are. "Spider-Man" shattered box-office records and was the top-grossing film of 2002. Now "Daredevil" looks to be a successful springboard in a year that will see the release of two other huge Marvel summer movies, "X-Men 2" and "The Hulk."

    Contrary to longtime Hollywood thinking, Arad believes it is important to make the comic book fan base happy first, then hope the assembled talent can make a film enjoyable for all - rather than the other way around.

    Then he selects talented directors and actors who already know and care about the characters, like "Spider-Man" fan - and film director - Sam Raimi, and avowed Daredevil addicts Mark Steven Johnson and Ben Affleck, director and star respectively in the film.

    "People don't know, but Ang Lee [director of the upcoming "Hulk"] has two sons who are Hulk fanatics," Arad said.

    So, with "Daredevil" seeking to maintain the Marvel momentum - and perhaps even expand upon it (both Arad and Johnson have already discussed "Daredevil 2" and a solo "Elektra" flick for Jennifer Garner) - here's the lowdown on the other Marvel movies coming your way:

    "X-Men 2" (May 2, 2003) - In what is reportedly being labeled as the X-Men's "Empire Strikes Back," the story revolves around Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) searching for answers to his identity while the X-Men battle the Stryker Crusade, a movement intent on wiping out mutants everywhere. Most of the original players return, and they're joined by Alan Cumming's mysterious Nightcrawler, Kelly Hu's sexy Lady Deathstrike and Brian Fox's formidable General Stryker. Ray Park's Toad and Tyler Mane's Sabretooth are absent. The franchise, however, is considered so healthy that Mane has reportedly signed a contract to appear in the next two sequels.

    As if that weren't enough, a "Wolverine" solo film starring Jackman may be coming.

    "Making a movie about his origin and letting him figure out who he is may be [a] real interesting movie," said Arad.

    And arguably the most bankable actress in Hollywood is in this movie. Might Halle Berry be soaring in a "Storm" solo film soon?

    "Absolutely," said Arad. "It could be very interesting."

    "The Hulk" (June 20, 2003) - According to Arad, Eric Bana (Bruce Banner) and Jennifer Connelly (Betty Ross) will co-star with "the most amazing CGI done in a movie to date" in Ang Lee's epic.

    "Spider-Man II" (May 2004) - Reportedly, the story has Peter and Mary Jane dealing with college. While Arad would not reveal the villain, he said speculation that it will be classic Spidey foe Doctor Octopus was "in the ballpark" and that there will almost definitely be only one main villain, not two as some have speculated.

    "Blade III" (2004) - This installment of the vampire hunter's never-ending battle is probably the last go-round for star Wesley Snipes. He's been itching to play the title role in a movie version of the Marvel hero "Black Panther."

    Other Marvel movies looking at a possible 2004 release include "The Punisher" (possibly starring the Rock),
  17. Ktulu_Terumo Jedi Master

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    As if that weren't enough, a "Wolverine" solo film starring Jackman may be coming

    Why? The two "X-Men" flicks are all about WOLVERINE with the rest of the mutants as background.
  18. Ktulu_Terumo Jedi Master

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    Nyom, lamentablemente yo comenze tarde a coleccionar el ongoing series de Star Wars. Tengo desde el storyline "Darkness" hasta el presente. Estoy en el proceso de conseguir los back issues. Lo unico que colleciono ongoing es SW y ahora Batman. La mayoria de lo que compro son paperbacks y graphic novels.
    De Dark Empire tengo el Hard Cover, y del Empire II el paperback(no me gusto mucho).

    Haz leido los INFINITES de ANH y ESB?
    Estan cool! son mucho mejor de lo que esperaba.

  19. Roman Jedi Master

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    Otro comic que esta por salir es el de Batman (creo que es Batman #611) en el cual sera la primera pelea (no fuera de continuidad) entre Batman y Superman (controlado por Poison Ivy). Me reservo mis comentarios hasta leerlo (de poder obtener una copia).

    ¿Qué colecciono?

    Ultimate Spider-man,
    Ultimate X-men,
    JLA,
    Batgirl,
    Young Justice,
    Star Wars Infinities,
    Super Manga Blast,
    Transformers,
    Gold Digger,
    Love Hina,
    Oh My Goodness!,
    Liberty Meadows,
    No Need for Tenchi,
    Ranma 1/2,
    Battle of the Planets (G-Force),
    Courtney Crumrin (mini-series, horror),
    Out There


    A veces: Batman, Superman, X-men, Spider-man, Star Wars, ...

    Tengo casi toda la colección de:
    The Maxx,
    Spawn (hasta el #101),
    Prime,
    Transformers (Generation 1 y Generation 2)
  20. Ktulu_Terumo Jedi Master

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    El issue de Batman que mencionas no es el 611 es el 612. Lo tengo, esta cool, pero no le llega a como Frank Miller expuso lo mismo dos veses antes que Jeph Loeb.


    Yo tambien tengo los issues de The Maxx.
    Tengo la mayoria de los comics que salieron con Image en el '92, pero llego el momento en que se pusieron monotonos.
  21. Paquinero-Cybron RSA Emeritus

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    Cuando sali del trabajo hoy, me fui a la tienda del frances (VISUAL ARTS BOOK STORE) y consegui par de cosas. Entre ellas una copia del mas reciente ejemplar de IDN (International Designers Network) el cual incluye tremendo reportaje acerca de los comics con varias entrevistas a personalidades del medio en diferentes paises.

    Tiene tremenda portada de FUERZA G po Alex Ross.
  22. Spike_Spiegel Former FF Administrator Former Saga Mod

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    De donde rayos es Dominic de Visual Arts? Alguien me habia mencionado que era portuges, pero por el nombre parece frances?
  23. Lucidus Jedi Knight

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    Yo habia escuchado que era canadiense, pero entonces alguien me habia dicho que era de otro lado, pero no recuerdo donde. Ese tipo es un international (old) man of mystery.
  24. Spike_Spiegel Former FF Administrator Former Saga Mod

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  25. Ktulu_Terumo Jedi Master

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    Negativo, el tipo es de Caguas.
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