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      CommentAuthorcity creed
    • CommentTimeMay 12th 2010
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    Awe.
    This comic delivers it.
    Stunning conclusion to Vol. 4. Bring on the next book!
    • CommentAuthorNakedCelt
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2010
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    More thoughts, having re-read the flashback scenes in the first half of Book 4:
    1. Just noticed: the book opens and closes with Luke as the sole character on a single-panel page.
    2. If they're immortal... does that mean they could have ignored the army and police, let themselves be "killed", come back more powerful than their enemies could ever imagine (*snrk*), and had that as their "big show of force" -- and that they therefore triggered the Apocalypse for nothing?
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      CommentAuthormister hex
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2010
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    Get set for a skip week, kiddies.
    • CommentAuthorDee_Noir
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2010
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    I'm having a time out until I can learn some manners.
    @Mister Hex - If there is a skip week, I'm holding you personally responsible. You've brought the unfavourable gods of skip-weekdom through the back door.
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      CommentAuthorHayama
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2010
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    There's always an interlude/skip/break week between books, that's not new.
    • CommentAuthorNakedCelt
    • CommentTimeMay 13th 2010
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    There wasn't one between books 1 and 2. (Though there was just after the first episode of book 2.)
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    OK, I'm pretty new here, but when thinking that people had died...didn't anybody count the angels? I read that page to imply that it was a visit from the future ("It's not your time yet..."), so it follows that any killing can only be temporary. It also sort of implies that there's a big group hug coming.
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      CommentAuthorDelta-Fab
    • CommentTimeMay 14th 2010
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    SaiFai:
    I like Luke. Even with him being a dirty rapist I think he's one of the most interesting characters. He hates helicopters, puny humans, social contracts, and general responsibility. Most of his lines I have laughed out loud at. If I thought his was a conventional story i'd say he has all the makings of a good super villain.


    Luke does crack me up and anger me in equal measure. Every time he says something along the lines of "why does everyone hate/keep hitting me?" with seemingly total incongruity it makes me laugh. This guy apparently genuinely can't understand why the others can't or won't think like him.