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    • CommentTimeJul 2nd 2011
    Only four of these beauties left... and Warren: your comment does NOT add to the pleasure, it only gets people worrying and weeping. (But I think you intended that. I think I like you) ;-)

    Pretty normal week here, nothing much special happening. Nothing like in Whitechapel anyway.
    • CommentTimeJul 2nd 2011
    Just reread all the volumes, in the revisited reading materials chart freakangels sits in with the top seven next to bone, finder series, sandman, transmetropolitan and preacher.

    So what is the last thing?

    Stuff I could possibly see happening a) a separation of super-selves vs. mono-selves b) most of everyone dies or c) the world is empowered in a small way.

    Undoubtably, Warren will have plotted something that shoots my imaginings out of the water. :)
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    Warren: your comment does NOT add to the pleasure, it only gets people worrying and weeping.

    I have to find my fun where I can.
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    One last thing indeed. I fucking hate you.

    At first, I read that out of context, and thought for some reason that was directed at me, and wondered, wtf?

    Now, I kinda read it, like Sam Jackson's Go the Fuck to Sleep reading.

    "Go the fuck to sleep, Daddy? Yes, honey. Go the fuck to sleep."
    • CommentAuthorfod_xp
    • CommentTimeJul 2nd 2011
    Been reading this series since episode 1 and I've bough the $27.99 Hardcover editions for each book. I applaud your genius Warren Ellis, this is by far my favorite comic series, by you or any one else.

    So is this an Ex Machina "tragic" ending or an Y: The Last Man "tragic" ending.

    or did you go all out and do an classical Greek tragedy ending? I love me some classical Greek tragedies!
    • CommentAuthornehal
    • CommentTimeJul 2nd 2011
    like i needed the smiths to love this even more.

    the colouring, is amazing.
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    I just hope we're not angling in for the old cliche where the protagonists erase themselves from existence in the act of hitting the cosmic reset button.