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    • CommentAuthorharchangel
    • CommentTimeJan 11th 2008
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    I want to see these put into production with a series of comics to go with.

    So freaking awesome!!!
    • CommentAuthorharchangel
    • CommentTimeJan 11th 2008
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    Apparently these aren't the sculptor's only works.

    Check out these Moore inspired characters.
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      CommentAuthorAlan Tyson
    • CommentTimeJan 11th 2008
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    I dunno, I was all ready to geek out over a Victorian-age Green Lantern, but it didn't quite fit how I imagined it. Batman looks pretty good, mostly because his costume hasn't changed much, but that mantle is what really kicks my ass. Why doesn't modern-day Batman have a mantle?
    • CommentAuthorharchangel
    • CommentTimeJan 11th 2008
     (481.4)
    I don't know but i could do with one of those Aquaman figures.

    I could also do with a Mignola drawn comic based of these characters....too bad thatll never happen.
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      CommentAuthorFerburton
    • CommentTimeJan 11th 2008
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    I love the Hawkman one. Nothing like gear working wings.
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    DC actually did put out a "Gotham By Gaslight" Batman figure.

    Adi Tantimedh wrote a Victorian-era/science heroes version of the JLA in "JLA: Age of Wonders."
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    Superb... I like alot.
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    Very nice.
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    They have produced some of those figures (from Elseworlds Ser. 4), but they are still nicely done custom pieces.
    • CommentAuthorhank
    • CommentTimeJan 11th 2008
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    There was this... It was Tasty.
    • CommentAuthorharchangel
    • CommentTimeJan 12th 2008
     (481.11)
    Wow, that does look tasty. Not being much of a DC guy i tend to miss these kind of things, thanks for pointing it out.
    • CommentAuthoromer333
    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008
     (481.12)
    finally, a way to make Aquaman cool.
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      CommentAuthorAndre
    • CommentTimeJan 21st 2008
     (481.13)
    There was a steampunk style 2 issue JLA elseworld story called JLA: Age of Wonder.
    Printed in 2003, It's not bad but alot of the characters aren't nearly as well designed as
    those home modified ones do.
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    I wrote JLA: AGE OF WONDER.

    The editor wouldn't let me help design the characters' costumes, though.
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      CommentAuthorRandy74
    • CommentTimeJan 26th 2008
     (481.15)
    @ Adi, i recall that story being really well written.

    Have you been doing regular work in comics of late?, i haven't seen or noticed your name on anything.
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      CommentAuthorretromancy
    • CommentTimeJan 26th 2008
     (481.16)
    The Hawkgirl sculpt is really nice - I really liked his Venture Bros sculpts too.
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      CommentAuthorAndre
    • CommentTimeJan 27th 2008
     (481.17)
    Hi Adi, I was a fan of the graphic novel good work in the steampunk genre, what else have you been doing?
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    Randy and Andre:

    I've since written a 90-page noir graphic novel BLACKSHIRT for Moonstone books that you should still be able to find or backorder.

    I'm also currently serialising a new graphic novel called LA MUSE over at Big Head Press' website. It started last year and will be running until this June. You can read it from the beginning from

    http://www.bigheadpress.com/lamuse?page=70
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    Cut and paste the url and then click on the page itself to get to the next page.