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May 4, 2014


FFF Results Post #378 -- Multi-Platform

Five For Friday #379 -- Name Five Comics You'd Be Happy Reading In Any Format, On Any Device

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John Vest

1. Love & Rockets
2. Reid Fleming (now available on Kindle)
3. Lee & Kirby Fantastic Four
4. Bendis and Maleev Daredevil stories
5. Peanuts

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Jean-Paul Jennequin

Here’s the five comics I’d be happy reading in any format, on any device :

1) The Wiggle-Much by Herbert Crowley
2) Les Jumelles by Henriette Robitaillie and Janine Lay (published in Lisette, Bernadette and Nade)
3) Moonchild by Pat Mills and John Armstrong (published in Misty)
4) Nic et Mino by Claude Dupré and Jean Ache (published in Le Journal de Mickey)
5) X-Men

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Bert Duckwall

1. Marvel Secret Wars from 1984
2. Marvel's Run Of Star Wars Up Until The Empire Stikes Back
3. DC's Secret Society Of Super-Villains
4. Marvel's Thunderbolts the original 12 issues
5. Marvel Team-Up

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Dave Knott

* Hip Hop Family Tree
* Walt Simonson's Thor
* The comics of Boulet
* Doonesbury
* Hark! A Vagrant

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Buzz Dixon

1. Cerebus
2. Sinfest
3. Any Fletcher Hanks material
4. Classic 1950s/60s Archie
5. Yotsuba&!

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Jude Killory

* Gabrielle Bell -- Lucky
* Nate Bulmer -- Eat More Bikes
* Chester Brown's comics from the '80s and '90s
* Jack Chick tracts
* Urasawa -- 20th Century Boys

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John Platt

1. Hellboy, etc.
2. Usagi Yojimbo
3. Richard Corben's Poe adaptations
4. Dark Horse Presents
5. Rich Geary's murder graphic novels

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Chris Duffy

1. COPRA by Michael Fiffe
2. Any 1970s comic by Jack Kirby
3. Ernie Pook's Comeek by Lynda Barry
4. Afrodesiac by Jim Rugg
5. Hellboy by Mike Mignola

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Chad Hanna

1. Andre Franquin's Gaston Lagaffe
2. Milton Caniff's Steve Canyon
3. Walt Simonson's Thor
4. Dave Sim's Cerebus
5. All Kim Deitch's stuff

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Matthew Craig

1. Lee/Ditko/Romita Amazing Spider-Man
2. McKelvie/Gillen's Phonogram
3. Ennis/Dillon's Preacher
4. Morrison/Porter et al.'s JLA
5. DC Thomson & Co.'s "Commando"-format comics (68 pages, A5, 1-3 panels per page), e.g.: Commando, Starblazer, misc. football and romance titles.

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Douglas Wolk

1. Giffen/T. & M. Bierbaum-era Legion of Super-Heroes (so iPhone-friendly!)
2. Mister O
3. Black Jack
4. Doonesbury
5. Jim Woodring's Frank stories

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Oliver Ristau

1. Murderdrome (Imagine that digital penny dreadful as a feature in 2000 AD)
2. Project Ballad (I hope that there will be a printed book some day)
3. Decrypting Rita (Crowdfunded print collections available)
4. Life Ain't No Ponyfarm (Three printed collections have been released this far)
5. Tarkan (I think this would be perfect for reading it on a mobile device)

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M. Emery

1. Carl Bark's Ducks
2. Commando/Battle/War Picture Libraries
3. Julia Wertz's comics
4. Noah Van Sciver's comics
5. Amalgamated Press Super Detective Library

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topic suggested by John Vest; thanks, John

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