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Do you read comics? What title?





yimaw
Thorgal for me is the best Rolling Eyes
mOrpheuS
Thorgal Question
haven't heard of that one.

but anyways, when in school I mostly read certain popular hindi action comics.
The only english comics that I can claim to have read is the Archies...and I felt they were really bad (no offence to any Archies fan)

I've always wanted to read internationally famous comics like Asterix and TinTin, but they came too expensive here and I couldn't really afford to Sad
mohamed
Ever heard of Naruto. Now that's one good anime/manga. Don't read any more marvel now. the "universe" is changing to being so much more complicated than my math papers.
xezon
I read dragon ball and i love it
dark_paladin
Ever heard of Captain Tsubasa? It is extremely old, but I love it
comsci18
i read DEATHNOTE
i think it is the best one comic

any one read it?
meangurl
i'm addicted to archie comics 4 years ago.. although i still read a bit of it but i'm not totally obsessed with it anymore...

i also love to read w.i.t.c.h. comics and of course, anime mangas.. currently hooked with naruto manga
arrha
So comics also means manga to me, okay...

Naruto is a great one... I recently downloaded it and afterwards read it and well... still downloading.

Also, Kaori Yuki's Angel Sanctuary is also good, although I love the way it was drawn than the story itself... Hehehe...
deswithat
Ruler of the land, Rebird ,Shaman King
Naruto,One Piece,Bowling King ,Rave,


And ........... BLEACH !!!
kv
I do. Tintin is my favourite. But I read all comics and kannada (one of the asian languages) comic, "amara chitra katha" is the one I adored from my childhood.
Helios
Nope..
blackant
I read Japanese comic such as Initial D and shaman King. Razz
Recently they just flimed a movie based on Initial D, which is about a boy talented in street car racing.

It is very nice, and I love it very much. As the graphics is very nice! Wink
orangeshoesgirl
Naruto is an extremely good manga, but the pictures are iffy. o_o Chobits and Love Hina, on the other hand, have brilliant drawings... I stopped my Love Hina reading at book 3 though because it was getting boring for me. DN Angel is the series I'm "investing" in, lol. I have read all of the ones out in English right now (and bought them too, which is a total of about 60 dollars, methinks?). I don't particularly like the drawings in Mars, but it has a lovely plotline. ^_^ I've seen the Chinese sitcom of Meteor Garden (the first season) and I absolutely adore thaat (along with the cute guys, haha XD)

Hm... I've watched some w.i.t.c.h cartoons on saturday (haha) but I didn't like how they made it so that it was "uncool" for a guy to ski... I mean, guys ski, eh? Hehe. The plotline seems a little shallow for me, but the graphics are niiice... I've never watched dragonball z before (besides a random cartoon here and there)... I am a devoted pokemon obsessee... not the trading cards or the cartoon, but the GAMES, haha. Pokemon is a classic! *nodnod* Yugioh is a nice anime I like to watch once in a while, but all the characters look constipated... o_o

As for American Comics, I don't like the superheros. I'm sorry, but I'm a die-hard, silly Asian. I read the sunday cartoons every sunday though. xP Anyways, I absolutely adore Foxtrot. And Baby Blues... but mostly Foxtrot.

Anyways, that's my two cents on anime/cartoons.
Monkeydog
Hrm the Love Hina Mangas are supposed to be good.I liked the anime and never got around to reading the magna's since i didn't fell like paying for them(tho i did get vaolume 1 for Christmas one year and i enjoyed it)
I mostly read manga.I love Yu-Yu Hakoshu,Yu-Gi-Oh,Love Hina,and FLCL but i'm not a huge reader of manga either,my sister and her friends are and sometimes i'll steal them and read them.
I don't read american comics(Tho i have a huge collection of old Archie Sonic comics...)unless you count newspaper ones...which i read Far Side(i love the Far Side it rulz),Garfeild,Peanuts,Dilbert,and Baby Blues...
althalus
Does webcomics count? Wink Cause I recently got caught up by one called Orneryboy, a weird comic about a guy and a girl and their pet zombie Confused
niedziel
i like Yu-Gi-Oh
Monkeydog
Oh if webcomics count i love Penny-Arcade,8bit Theater,RPG World,and Megatokyo...
Bookface
I mostly dismissed comics until recently finding an electronic copy of The Maxx. This lead me to read Transmetropolitan, Sam & Max, and The Tick as well. I'm very satisfied with my reading experience of those, but I'm hesitant to explore more than a few other big names I already know.


Anybody have some suggestions based on those comics?
darkelven
I've read anime comics, but the most part I've found with a good story but ugly pictures. You talk about the drawings o f the anime comics, but in the most part are poorly.

Wath's wrong with the superheroes? the anime also haves them.
I'been watched stories and drawings of the anime and american comics, and I think the american comics are better in drawings, and in stories level is almost the same, but with different conceptions, of course.

But a cannot deny the perspectives of the anime drawings are better.
Smile


orangeshoesgirl wrote:
Naruto is an extremely good manga, but the pictures are iffy. o_o Chobits and Love Hina, on the other hand, have brilliant drawings... I stopped my Love Hina reading at book 3 though because it was getting boring for me. DN Angel is the series I'm "investing" in, lol. I have read all of the ones out in English right now (and bought them too, which is a total of about 60 dollars, methinks?). I don't particularly like the drawings in Mars, but it has a lovely plotline. ^_^ I've seen the Chinese sitcom of Meteor Garden (the first season) and I absolutely adore thaat (along with the cute guys, haha XD)

Hm... I've watched some w.i.t.c.h cartoons on saturday (haha) but I didn't like how they made it so that it was "uncool" for a guy to ski... I mean, guys ski, eh? Hehe. The plotline seems a little shallow for me, but the graphics are niiice... I've never watched dragonball z before (besides a random cartoon here and there)... I am a devoted pokemon obsessee... not the trading cards or the cartoon, but the GAMES, haha. Pokemon is a classic! *nodnod* Yugioh is a nice anime I like to watch once in a while, but all the characters look constipated... o_o

As for American Comics, I don't like the superheros. I'm sorry, but I'm a die-hard, silly Asian. I read the sunday cartoons every sunday though. xP Anyways, I absolutely adore Foxtrot. And Baby Blues... but mostly Foxtrot.

Anyways, that's my two cents on anime/cartoons.
darkelven
Someone like weapon X, guioned, drawed and tinted by Barry Windsor Smidth?

It it the stry about when Wolverine gots its knifes of Adamantium.

Great drawings, colour, scenaries, perpectives and deatils, and ALL FROMM THE HAND OF AN ONLY ONE ARTISTS!

This is a great comoc, I heve to read more than one tiem to understand the historie, 'cause the half is in the text globs and the other half on the drawings.


Take a look in the play of the shadows and lights, all iwas made without computacional effects, only a pencil and the capabilities of this big artist!!!
darkelven
Hi!!
anyone knows of a good site when I can found pencil drawings as wallpapers?

I've surfing on the web looking for anyone, but my results have been infructicious (bad).

I f someone can help me please...
Sad
Bruno Kitsune
Comics... hun... a brazilian comic, the name is: "Turma da Monica"
Tiger
kv wrote:
I do. Tintin is my favourite.


I really like Tintin too, but as a child I preferred Asterix and Obelix. There is also a cartoon series of Tintin, which they showed every Saturday morning at one stage. I thought it was quite good, but some episodes were disappointing because they were in two parts, and we had to wait a whole week to watch the second part.

Recently they've made Asterix and Obelix films too - not cartoons on TV, but actual films. One of them was a little primitive - like the first book, and the other was better. I actually wondered if the first was deliberately 'inferior' to imitate the first book in film. If that's the case, then the director is really something special to go that far!

I also used to read 'Richie Rich', Archie and Jughead, and 'Beano Annual' from Great Britain.

Now I'm considered too old to read comics, but I remember speaking to the owner of a used book store, and she said that she sold a lot of comics to middle aged men - more than to kids. She said it was because of nostalia, and also, the men said it was a great way for them to relax.

In the newspaper, my favourite comic is "Hagar the Horrible".
comsci18
i read all
but i like
Captain Tsubasa
Naruto
Dragonball
...
nilsmo
I only read the funnies in the newspaper, and long ago I used to read some childish adventures of a bear called Bamse, written in Swedish.
poggendroff
evry book of asterix,, tintin,, and every bit of calvin and hobbes intrest me mostttt....

archies suks big time.

ever read richie rich? thts cooll too

but the best is TINTIN Wink
Bashur
Ahem, one word:

Bone

It's classic, it's new, it's old, it's everything good.

Graphic Novels though...so...maybe not comics.
FADED
I only read Calvin and Hobbes, Garfield, Archie, and a bit of Ranma.
Philip
Naruto is an extremely good manga, but the pictures are iffy. o_o Chobits and Love Hina, on the other hand, have brilliant drawings... I stopped my Love Hina reading at book 3 though because it was getting boring for me. DN Angel is the series I'm "investing" in, lol. I have read all of the ones out in English right now (and bought them too, which is a total of about 60 dollars, methinks?). I don't particularly like the drawings in Mars, but it has a lovely plotline. ^_^ I've seen the Chinese sitcom of Meteor Garden (the first season) and I absolutely adore thaat (along with the cute guys, haha XD)

Hm... I've watched some w.i.t.c.h cartoons on saturday (haha) but I didn't like how they made it so that it was "uncool" for a guy to ski... I mean, guys ski, eh? Hehe. The plotline seems a little shallow for me, but the graphics are niiice... I've never watched dragonball z before (besides a random cartoon here and there)... I am a devoted pokemon obsessee... not the trading cards or the cartoon, but the GAMES, haha. Pokemon is a classic! *nodnod* Yugioh is a nice anime I like to watch once in a while, but all the characters look constipated... o_o

As for American Comics, I don't like the superheros. I'm sorry, but I'm a die-hard, silly Asian. I read the sunday cartoons every sunday though. xP Anyways, I absolutely adore Foxtrot. And Baby Blues... but mostly Foxtrot.

Anyways, that's my two cents on anime/cartoons.
otaku
Bone

I am totally mind blank... cuz i can't think of the artist/author.

but this is a hillarious serious about a couple of bones who get kicked out of Boneville, get lost, and wind up in a hillarious journey to find each other.

You have to read this. I know there's a couple books out. Try the library.
lavender
don't like comic
i think it's only for child
Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes
creepyguy
i agree with lavender
JohnFMcKillop
Crayon sin-chan ! anime .. has anyone heard about it ? It's a kindergarten boy (around 5 years old) who acts like a 20 year old sex addict... chasing girls all over the place, acting stupid and funny .. great COMIC !! love it .. have em all .. hmm .. talking about anime .. what bout hentai? hehehe .. there are some hentai that takes the original version of a comic (sample : detective conan, one piece) and make a pornographic version .. it's .. cute .. thats about it though .. hehehe .. Still reading archie though (i live in jakarta, indonesia .. ) .. hehehe ..
disturbated
The comics I have read are:
Bat Man
Super Man (the one where he dies)
Savage Dragon (not so good)
X-men
Archie
Calvin and Hobbes
Garfield
Beetle Baily
Pickles
Peanuts
B.C.
Dennis the Menace
Blondie
Star Wars and
Spider Man
brightskies
comsci18 wrote:
i read DEATHNOTE
i think it is the best one comic

any one read it?


YES, I read Deathnote. Awesome manga.

Descrip.: The Death Note. A book that kills people by writing their names in it. How did a normal teenager get his hands on this? When Ryuuku, a Shinigami (demon) decides to drop his Death Note in the human world, Raito, an excellent student and all around normal guy, finds it. He soon discovers by writing a persons name inside of this book, it will kill that person. Raito decides to use this power to punish criminals, but will he have to use it on innocent people when the entire police force begins searching for him?!

Later in the book, it becomes a battle of wits between two geniuses. Verry interesting. Highly recommended if you like suspense and mystery.
titonb
I read Dragon Ball Z and Pinki and I love both
Ioana
i sometimes read Donald Duck - like it!
lycadia
darkelven wrote:
Someone like weapon X, guioned, drawed and tinted by Barry Windsor Smidth?

It it the stry about when Wolverine gots its knifes of Adamantium.

Great drawings, colour, scenaries, perpectives and deatils, and ALL FROMM THE HAND OF AN ONLY ONE ARTISTS!

This is a great comoc, I heve to read more than one tiem to understand the historie, 'cause the half is in the text globs and the other half on the drawings.


Take a look in the play of the shadows and lights, all iwas made without computacional effects, only a pencil and the capabilities of this big artist!!!


I Love Weapon X. I bought the trade paperback version and it's one of my favorite Wolverine works of all time.
Yes, chicks dig Wolverine. Well, this one does anyhow. *grins*
It stands out, as you said, becuase of the skillful way the story doesn't play out only in the dialog, nor does the dialog feel pasted on to explain the action, but they work together seamlessly. It makes the art more important than it is in some comics, more nuanced. It stands up to long inspection and repeated readings wonderfully. I'm sure someone must have an example of another comic with is the product of a group effort and has that same seamless quality, but I can't think of one.

As for comics in general, I was a huge fnagirl in High School, but keeping up with one series, meant reading bits of others when crossovers happened, which meant I'd inevitably start keeping up with other series and it just got too expensive. I had to give it up cold turkey when my mother got ill. I didn't have the time or money. I still have all my old comics, though, whole totes full of them, with thier backboards and things. I miss it sometimes, but I'm not one of those people who can read a few comics, then not buy the next one if it's good and so on.

I do still read alot of webcomics though.
hive
I read Calvin & Hobbes regularly, I don't get tired of read it.
I like Sandman and Heavy Metal too.
kazoe
deathnote and trinity blood for me. how i love them. deathnote is an intelligent manga (dont wanna explain) while trinity blood is droll-worthy just in its art alone.
they're both good on their own respective genres. i also like sandman graphic novels. love the illustrations.
carriage_return
Shame on you! you all had me fooled!

Well, not fooled perhaps, but I reckon I wasn't expecting people to say what magas they like the most, not that I mind of course, but I was sure expecting geeky comments on other areas ^_~.

Since I am way behind on my manga reading (I'm still waiting to figure out how can I get my hands on "X-1999") I will just comment on 'comics' (come on, you know what I mean). And to say that, and although it has become a common place by now, you should just start with "Watchmen" and get it over with. It seems that novel (it's a comic, don't worry) is one of the few things that not only everyone agrees on (about how good it is), but everyone really expects others to think the same way (and please, I urge you to read it, if you don't like it, I'll give you tons of cookies).

Getting past that, something much more sneaky but nonetheless grand has been the "Animal Man" series (I'm sorry, I'm too lazy to go to my room and check on the authors), and I will take a little detour to reccomend the "Chronicles of Atlantis" to anyone that can find it (it's only 7 little numbers). Currently, or should I say last time I had time to read, I was getting hooked on "John Constantine's Hellblazer", which was a lovely piece of Brit Horror (has over 200 numbers by now), although the thought of reading "Sandman" has been on my head for quite a bit of time now, so I will probably get down to doing that eventually.

To everyone interested on those series, I'm sure they'll be glad to know they are available. Well, kind of at least. I will just say that since the new exchange rates (been this way for about 4 years) and from the fact that most of these are old series, I had to be "creative" or rather sneaky to find them. With saying that I'm sure everyone will know where to look (and if you don't you can always pm me).

Speaking of that ... I should go re-read the rules, I was thinking about uploading some comics (or mangas) but I don't think it's allowed. Can someone answer that for me?.

carriage_return
Masochistic Tendencies
Manga and Johnny the Homicidal maniac Twisted Evil
sprinqles
I only read archie comics and all those old kiddie comics. Smile
aalmighty
Asterix and tintin is teh shit!
stiffler
The only Comics I read are the ones in the newspapers. My favorites:

Calvin and Hobbes - my all time favorite, though Bill Watterson has retired the strip.
Get Fuzzy - my next favorite, extremely funny
Over the Hedge
Far Side

the rest in no particular order I like:
Garfield
Pickles
Mutts
there are a couple "Far Side.ish" comics in as well but I cant recall the names
Keshav
I like all kinds of comics. Some of the Tintin comics have really amused me... I read them again and again. I also should say Calvin and Hobbes is one of the best small cartoons!!
Pikokola
@smarties
One piece? Ir's already at chap 388, pm me if you want the link

@comsci18
Yup, i'm read this one, Death not, but just for a little, and i can't get the next chapter (i think it's book 8 if i'm not mistaken)

@meangurl
naruto... yup, that's great, since i'm a fan of it ^^

@JohnFMcKillop
[indonesia : walah wacanane parno parno.. ikut Ahli (Anime Hentai Lovers Indonesia) nggak om? ikut yuk pm me aku kasih alamatnya]
Meanning : woot, porn reader Very Happy, Did you joined Ahli (ANime Hentai Lovers Indonesia)? If not PM me, i'll give you the link.

Anyway, I'm Reading :
1. Naruto : A story of a boy from Hidden Leaf ninja who's have the sealed Kyuubi (Nine tain Demon Fox) on his body.

2. One Piece : Story about a grup of pirates who is traveling on the Grand Line to get the treasure who is belong to Gol D. Roger (The king of Pirates), One Piece.

3. Mahou Sensei Negima : It's about Negi Springfiels, a magician whose dream is being a magister magi, in his training, he must teach on a school in japan (he is 10 years old, and teach a 9 grade class.)

4. Shaman King.
5. Yu-Gi-OH
6. Rebirth
7. Wild Base Ballers (Shounen Magz)
8. Yakitake Japan.
9. Tsubasa Reservoir chronicels.
10. and many more Very Happy
funkjunky
One of the best comics I ever read was the origin of wolverine, back when he was a lad. I realise this may make me seem like a hype hugger, but I just LOVE the artwork, its all painted, and the emotion in the comic is spot on, faces, thoughts, really captures wolverine's sense of isolation.

I've also just started reading the 100 bullets series, up to book 3. Now THAT is a comic. Real gritty sense of underworld crime layered with corporate conspiracy. The dialogue in this set of comics, is second to none I've read. The premise - 100 untraceable bullets. What would you do? Definetely recommended, although there seems to be about 10 books and at £10 each, its certainly not a cheap collection.

Its interesting to find out that Naruto is a comic, I'd only seen the animation, which I suppose now looks like it should have been a comic (so many character thoughts, flashbacks etc...). I've only seen up to 10, but its pretty enjoyable (even if the english speaking Naruto has a bit of an annoying voice
Wink )

I've yet to delve into manga comics - anyone got a good starting point?
mcduck2002
I mostly like Asteric And TinTin, but then I found on the internet, something like five years ago, a lot of new comic strips (that are updated every day) and I forgot where was that site. Does anyone knows where can I find that site or Dilbert comcis?
juliox
Well I used to read Spawn, Darskness, Witchblade and also I used to colleted them but you know the time passes and one gets older and sooner or later is hard to keep buying them because you are busy doing more things, like COLLEGE... Evil or Very Mad . Also I used to read Gen13. I also like to read Manga.
voteforsamuel
I hardly ever read comics but when I do I usually read Spiderman.
tsukiyuuki
I read a lot of manga-- and I mean a lot. I own over 160 volumes, but I have read more than that, I just don't own them (YET!). I also got rid of about fifty volumes of stuff I didn't really want to keep anymore last year... and traded it in for new volumes of what I do want to read... ^^;;

When it comes to American comics, I love Neil Gaiman, especially his "Death: The High Cost of Living", and the ont that comes after it. I also really like "The Books of Magic" by four-or-so guys I can't remember, and "Requiem" by someone else I can't remember, but it did run in Heavy Metal for a while...

Speaking of comics... *goes off to read new Shonen Jump*
Empath
I'm a big fan of the American superhero comics. I spend far more than I can afford on them each month, and there are always more I want to get!

I really love the X-Men, they're what got me into comics in the first place (well, the animated series did).

At the moment my favourites have to be the Marvel Ultimate titles, they re-tell the legends so well, always a great read. I also really like New Mutants/Academy X/New X-Men (it's varying titles), it doesn't focus so much on action, but on the characters - which I love.

From DC I'm a really big fan of Birds of Prey at the moment (Oracle (ex-Batgirl), Huntress, Zinda and Black Canary.
benwhite
Y: The Last Man is a new and really excellent graphic novel, written by Brian K. Vaughan about the trials of the sole male survivor of the instantaneous death of everything with a Y chromosome on Earth. Great comic.
Garnet
I like anything x-men, and Calvin and Hobbes, but I'm mostly liking manga. Love Hina is super good if you can make it past book 3, the ending's pretty darn good. I also really Fullmetal alchemist - this series is fantastic. If anyone wants a link to read it I've got some. Anyone read Bleach?
tsukiyuuki
I read Bleach, and it is awesome. *is a total Renji fangirl* A friend of mine is going to cosplay a Bleach character, though I can't remember which one...

I'd like the link to FMA, if you don't mind - I've been reading the manga as it comes out in English, but I want more. I lost all my scanlation site links when my harddrive died a while back, and have never been able to find some of them again.
ddukki
I'm reading Bleach right now, and I can't get enough of it. I've only been reading since yesterday afternoon, but I'm on Chapter 97. Very exciting and well-written.
Garnet
Awe it's crazy good isn't it? I'm amazed at how well Tite Kubo's been able to keep up the quality. Yes! Renji is great Very Happy Yeah I spent three days reading up to the latest, and I'm thinking the art changed for the better. Anyone noticed how gradually manga artists change their art style? Fruits Basket did this big time.

Death Note is one of the weirdest ones I've read - Light's evil. It's somewhat addictive though.
tsukiyuuki
I think one reason behind Takaya-sensei's change in drawing style is that she broke her drawing hand, and of course it didn't heal exactly like it was before it had been broken.

Death Note is rather weird, I agree. And Light is an evil, evil, psychotic boy. Very much so.
Kaneda
I read the occassional comic/manga/"graphic novel", but don't really follow any series (and it's been years since I read any actual "superhero comic" or similar). What's on my bookshelf right now is what I consider classics of the art (and my definition of that term may be very different from most others). So:

- Cages (by Dave McKean). One of my personal favorites, and a book that anyone - comics reader or literature freak - should read, definitely.

- Sandman, the entire series (Neil Gaiman/various artists). Another one that should be compulsory reading for anyone Smile

- Akira 1-7 (trade paperbacks). I have yet to get all through it, actually...

- Batman: Arkham Asylum (Grant Morrison/Dave McKean). Pretentious pile of garbage in terms of story, but I love McKean's art, so there.

- Battle Royale 1-15 (original manga in the original Japanese). Just as study material while learning Japanese. Fan of the film, so had to get the manga.

- X-Men: Dark Phoenix Saga (from the "Uncanny" days). A piece of nostalgia. I always liked that mythical storyline, even if it seems somewhat corny today.
tsukiyuuki
Ooooooooo, Sandman. I love Neil Gaiman; have you read his Death: The High Cost of Living? Very cool. He writes excellent novels, as well. I think his American Gods is my personal favourite so far.

The Books of Magic is really good, too; it was written by Neil Gaiman, with the art by John Bolton, Charles Vess, Paul Johnson, and Scott Hampton. Also very cool.
Kaneda
tsukiyuuki wrote:
Ooooooooo, Sandman. I love Neil Gaiman; have you read his Death: The High Cost of Living? Very cool. He writes excellent novels, as well. I think his American Gods is my personal favourite so far.

Yeah, I count Death: The High Cost of Living and (the much lesser) Death: The Time of Your Life along the "entire series" Wink (along with Endless Nights and Sandman: The Dream Hunters).

And yeah, I love "The High Cost of Living". The one Sandman piece that I'd like to see as a film.

Haven't read any of his novels yet. But if you like Gaiman, you'd probably like McKean's "Cages" too. 500 or so pages, but I can read it over and over. A true masterpiece, dealing with just about everything from life to death, love, sex, art, music, fate, loneliness, the entire human condition, pretty much Smile
gh0stface
tsukiyuuki wrote:

The Books of Magic is really good, too; it was written by Neil Gaiman, with the art by John Bolton, Charles Vess, Paul Johnson, and Scott Hampton. Also very cool.

Books of Magic was pretty good. A lot of comic book readers believe that JK Rowling, the writer of Harry Potter series actualyl stole some ideas from it. I mean, in Books of Magic you have a boy who has glasses, is suppose to be the most powerful wizard, and has a pet owl.

The most recent comic storyline I really liked was Batman: Hush.

V for Vendetta was excellent, along with the Watchmen and Sin City of course.
Kaneda
gh0stface wrote:
Books of Magic was pretty good. A lot of comic book readers believe that JK Rowling, the writer of Harry Potter series actualyl stole some ideas from it.


I prefer to agree with Gaiman on that issue Smile
kazoe
JohnFMcKillop wrote:
Crayon sin-chan ! anime .. has anyone heard about it ? It's a kindergarten boy (around 5 years old) who acts like a 20 year old sex addict... chasing girls all over the place, acting stupid and funny .. great COMIC !! love it .. have em all .. hmm .. talking about anime .. what bout hentai? hehehe .. there are some hentai that takes the original version of a comic (sample : detective conan, one piece) and make a pornographic version .. it's .. cute .. thats about it though .. hehehe .. Still reading archie though (i live in jakarta, indonesia .. ) .. hehehe ..


LOL oh that ill-mannered little boy is just so adorable! i havent read the manga but its been showed here in the philippines.

detective conan has a hentai version *faints

so.. what's the pairing??
drkarthi
Tintin and Asterix are my favourite. I simply love the pun in Asterix comics and ofcourse Captain Haddock of Tintin comics is the most funniest guy.
tsukiyuuki
Oh, I remember TinTin! I used to read those comics all the time! I haven't read any of the stories in years, though I did see the show sometime last year when I was channel surfing. It was showing on some kids channel, but I don't remember which.
Nikkori
I do read comics, and my favorite comics are Spider-Man, X-Men, and Other Marvel Super heroes. I enjoy reading those stuffs for it relaxes me and refreshes my mind...
Electricat
I like anything by Jhonen Vasquez:

Squee!

Invader Zim

Johnny The Homicidal Maniac

The Filler Bunny

Razz
nskaushik
calvin and hobbes roccks...Smile
viperbattlefield
i used to be obsessed with archie comics. not anymore, but sometimes i pick up one of them. i have like a kazillion of the books
Gitesh
I used to be great fan of hindi comics specially Raj Comics.,
Titles including that of Nagraj, SUper Commando Dhruv., And Doga the indian Hulk like character.,
But this comics had very great impact on my life and made me what i am today,
I was in Hostel or residential school ., we read lots of comics at the start of season but after few days the stock would dry up and we used to feed our appetite with other great books from library., this way comics made me more into reading books.
Radar
Kind of wish I did, kind of content with the fact that I don't?

I really admire the stories of comics, and the fact that you're able to have intersecting and decades-long adventures in this medium. However, I'm not actually sold on the idea of comics themselves.

Strange, yes.
manverupl
I read comics, the last comic I've read is one of the Marvel Comics about Deadpool.
dude_xyx
I do read couple of Manga. Naruto and Bleach because I have been reading these for years and now it seems they are about to be end.
Blummer
Think it's been an age, last time I read Star wars comics, it was my decision to do this, since I'm not very well informed about all the event in SW universe, so I decided to dig into it. A bit stuck now somewhere in the rebellion era, but I love it.
pravojednostavno
I like Alan Ford.
Blummer
I got into Watchmen recently, didn't know much about them and I absolutely love it now.
donoob88x
as a child i used to read "Funny comics" that's the name.. And when i'm in 20's i used to read "kiko machine" i like it for laughter, it is not that educational though, only for fun Very Happy
kaysch
On a more or less daily basis I read the strips of Dilbert, Wulff & Morgenthaler, Garfield the cat and a North German comic called Ottifanten.
And apart from that I enjoy reading Donald Duck cartoons as drawn by the late Carl Barks.
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