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  1.  (7904.1)
    Might as well fire up a topic now, since Warren's got it posted in big letters on the front page.


    DO ANYTHING: Jack Kirby Ripped My Flesh, collecting the first run of the eponymous column at, will be on sale from 28 April. In the first instance, you’re probably only going to find it in comics stores, so call your local and ask if they’ve ordered it. If they don’t, I believe you’ll find it available for pre-order by the usual online suspects.

    Those 'usual suspects' in the United States (and, who knows, maybe elsewhere) will likely be able to locate the title under ISBN 1592911056. Amazon. Barnes and Noble.

    Looking forward to it. Like how the cover design matches the look of SHIVERING SANDS. I think the columns will gel well together in print -- they always seemed a little spaced out as a weekly.
  2.  (7904.2)
    I certainly think that I'd like to go back to this column in collected form, from time to time. Seems like the kind of thing my dad might like, too...
    • CommentAuthorPow
    • CommentTimeMar 19th 2010
    I'm loving that cover
    • CommentTimeMar 19th 2010
    I certainly think that I'd like to go back to this column in collected form, from time to time.
    Having just read the whole thing over (some days I really love my job, I do), I can say with some authority that it's a completely different experience all as one thing than it was as weekly installments. I prefer the collection, honestly -- the connections click differently when you read it all in one go.
  3.  (7904.5)
    I am going to buy the ever-loving shit out of this, I was very excited to see it was being collected.
    • CommentTimeMar 19th 2010
    I ordered it from the Previews solicit. Not exactly sure when it will show up, but it will, and I will be happy.
      CommentAuthorCameron C.
    • CommentTimeMar 20th 2010
    Oh, yes, I'll take one, please.
  4.  (7904.8)
    I read about 90% of the whole thing in a sitting at work one very slow day (interrupted by the infrequent need to do my job, sadly) and it was fantastic. I'll be picking this up for a re-read, no question.