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March 19, 2017


FFF Results Post #472 -- Futures

On Friday, CR readers were asked to "Name Two Comics You Have Yet To Read And Look Forward To Reading, Two Comics You Look Forward To Re-Reading Someday, And One Comic You Thought You Might Read Or Re-Read At One Time But Now Probably Won't Bother." This is how they responded.

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Michael Dooley

1. Flapper Filosofy [pictured]
2. Jerry on the Job
3. Skippy
4. Toonerville Folks
5. Dumb Dora

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James Moore

1. My Favorite Thing is Monsters [pictured]
2. Prince Valiant Vol. 3
3. The Compete Phonogram
4. East of West
5. Underground Era stuff -- It's a gap in my reading, but I'm not excited to read most of it.

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Dave Knott

* Journal -- Fabrice Neaud
* The Cage -- Martin Vaughn-James
* Captain Marvel: The Monster Society of Evil -- Otto Binder and C.C. Beck
* Nausicaä Of The Valley Of Wind -- Hayao Miyazaki [pictured]
* Thriller -- Robert Loren Fleming and Trevor Von Eeden

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Tom Spurgeon

1. The Gumps [pictured]
2. Leslie Turner's Captain Easy.
3. Critters
4. Weirdo
5. Tower Comics -- I've sampled, but I have no interest right now in a deep dive.

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Justin J. Major

1. Mike Mignola's Hellboy/BPRD books
2. Carl Bark's Donald Duck.
3. Achewood
4. Ernie Pook's Comeek
5. Watchmen [pictured]

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Anthony Stock

1. Alack Sinner [pictured]
2. Queen Esmeraldas
3. Lone Wolf and Cub
4. Prophet (I wanna read it all at once now that the series is finished)
5. Cerebus (It just doesn't seem to be worth revisiting. There's too much good looking stuff I haven't read.)

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Marty Yohn

1. Hal Foster's Prince Valiant [pictured]
2. Sandman Mystery Theater
3. The Sandman
4. Joe Kubert's Tarzan
5. Tintin

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Sean Kleefeld

1. Jack Kirby's The Demon
2. Frank Miller's Give Me Liberty
3. Jack Kirby's Kamandi [pictured]
4. Kazuo Koike's and Goseki Kojima's Lone Wolf & Cub
5. Moebius' The Airtight Garage

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Andy Mansell

1. Lance by Warren Tufts [pictured]
2. Dick Tracy in the Fifties
3. Spirit Archives
4. Prince Valiant
5. Cerebus -- just can't bring myself to re-read any of it.

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Michael Grabowski

1. Cages [pictured]
2. Prince Valiant
3. Black Hole
4. the 2nd half of Cerebus
5. Paying For It

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Scott Dunbier

1) From Hell.
It's the last major work from Alan that I have not read (or, rather, not finished). I started it a couple times when it was being serialized in Taboo but the gaps were so great that I had to reread each chapter whenever a new one came out... they were dense! Setting a goal to read before end of year. Is that too blabby, Tom? [Editor: Just blabby enough]
2) John Stanley's Little Lulu Comics
3) Love and Rockets
4) Goodwin and Simonson's Manhunter
My favorite when I was a kid, every five or six years I gotta pick it up and read it again... hmmm... it's been a while.
5) Jack Katz' First Kingdom [pictured]
I meant to read this for years but don't think I'll get around to it.

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Oliver Ristau

1. Animosity: The Rise #1
2. Deathstroke #11 [pictured]
3. Punisher MAX
4. Shelter
5. Copra
I have to catch up on the latest issues, Michel's drawing them faster than I can read.

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Hans Rickheit

1. Eric Haven's Compulsive Comics
2. Josh Cotter's Nod Away Volume II
3. Tom Manning’s Runoff
4. Sarah Oleksyk's Ivy
5. Can't think of any book I wouldn't bother re-reading, so I'll plug one more worthwhile comic: Mahendra Singh's excellent adaptation of Hunting of the Snark [pictured]

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Michael May

1. Pogo
2. Terry and the Pirates
3. Early Peanuts
4. Krazy Kat
5. The Yellow Kid [pictured]

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David Jones

1. Dan Brereton's Nocturnals: The Sinister Path
2. Starstruck: Old Proldiers Never Die
3. We3 [pictured]
4. Druid by Ellis and Manco
5. Preacher

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