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    • CommentAuthorjimh92
    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2010
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    Googled Ellis for his biblo, wandered here. Been here for two days, reading @ work. Love it.
    • CommentAuthorTasdo
    • CommentTimeAug 31st 2010
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    I enjoy Ellis' other works and kept reading about Freakangels. Kept forgetting about it when I went online, until someone mentioned it in another forum
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    I used to post on the WEF way back when, went looking for Warren online in 2008 and found Whitechapel.
    • CommentAuthorHalJones
    • CommentTimeSep 1st 2010
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    I was on Dimestore Productions when someone asked about favorite online comics. Freakangels kept popping up in the top spot so I googled it and here we are. Been following over a year.
    • CommentAuthorNebula
    • CommentTimeSep 2nd 2010
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    I love Warren Ellis's Writtings!!!!!! so of course I picked up Freak Angels! Warren Ellis is a GOD!!!!!
    • CommentAuthorGenkkaku
    • CommentTimeSep 7th 2010
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    Looking at Steampunk related bodies of work through Wikipedia
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      CommentAuthorstaticgirl
    • CommentTimeSep 17th 2010
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    It seems to me there are unusually varied routes to Freak Angels compared with most titles....
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    I was reading Order Of The Stick by Rich Burlew, and in the News section, he mentioned that a certain webcomic called FreakAngels had beaten OOTS to 1st place in some competition of some sort. So I checked it out, and now FA is my new favorite webcomic. :))
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    I was looking for some of Warren's work a few years back and have been addicted since 2008.
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      CommentAuthorIG
    • CommentTimeDec 28th 2010 edited
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    I was getting back into comics after about eight or nine years.
    Or it would be more accurate to say that I got into comics that aren't horrible canonuity messes that make you beg for mercy. And I heard some people drop the name FreakAngels and it's apparently free.

    By now the only online comic that comes close to how much I love FreakAngels is Gunnerkrigg Court and I own all four books released so far, one of them twice. Once in English once in my horrible mother tongue, German. I didn't even know the comic got a translation so I was surprised to find it in a train station bookstore next to Spiderman, Batman the X-Men and several other man-things. The translation isn't too atrocious, but everyone who's capable of understanding ze Englisch should read it in ze Englisch.
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    By and Large I've always been a Warren Ellis fan. I found out he was going to be doing this and have been surprised. Easily one of the best books produced in comics and right with Fell, Planetary and Transmet as my favorite things Warren has done.

    JP
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      CommentAuthorTurnabout
    • CommentTimeFeb 7th 2011
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    I have liked Warren Ellis for a while, but I didn't hear of Freakangels until I read a bulletin by Rob Burlew lamenting Freakangel's Eagle Award win. I clicked on the hotlink provided and... yeah.
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    I have always been here. Haven't I?
    • CommentAuthorTruly320
    • CommentTimeFeb 8th 2011
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    My son put me on to Ellis. He's a fan, and found Freakangles...thought I'd be interested....He was right. I read 80 or 90 episodes in a row, and then went through withdrawal when I had to wait a week for the next installment.
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    Discovered Ellis on Twitter, bought "Shivering Sands" from Lulu.com, loved it, went to blog. From there I found Freakangels, which drew me in with its premise and gritty style. If it weren't for Ellis, I would still be skeptical about graphic novels. Now I'm revisiting the genre to see what I've been missing.
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      CommentAuthorPeteFord
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2011
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    Read Transmetropolitan, Planetary and the Authority years ago, so follow the man on Twitter. Ended up in this forum, only realising what it was a forum for after a few posts. Reading the whole thing now. I like.
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      CommentAuthorNeila
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2011
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    I had been watching Paul on Deviantart and found out from there. XD I had no idea who Ellis was at the time. :o I felt rather slow and uncultured for not knowing and tried to read on more comics and writers after that.
    • CommentAuthordalliance
    • CommentTimeFeb 16th 2011
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    After discovered we were the only 2 graphic novel comic book geeks at a party with male strippers, my friend's brother kindly alerted me to this amazing webcomic. I'm supposed to be writing a grant proposal to save lions in Kenya. But after starting on Freakangels, that will have to take a backseat for now.
    • CommentAuthormamo86
    • CommentTimeJul 1st 2011
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    I was Looking for webcomic...and I totally falled in love with it...
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    I must say that I'm a little ashamed...

    My gf showed me the first volume at our local comic store in Quebec, Canada. I looked at it and said "nah, doesn't seem that good". A few days later I decided to search for it on google, looking for a review, and found the site. Got up to date in two days... My girlfriend is now reminding me every week when I go to read my 6 pages that "it doesn't seem that good"...