(First. And then.)
I would buy the Maxx collection.
What supergp said.
I think I have a Savage Dragon tpb that looks almost exactly like the one up there…
What, no Pitt?
What’s Wolverine doing to Onomatopoeia?
What’s Cyber-Wolverine doing to Aquaman-wearing-Bullseye’s-mask-and-the-Question’s-coat?
I would buy two copies of the Maxx. I want it digital so bad it’s killing me. Comixology needs to get that. PLEASE.
That’s a really good design.
Am I on the outside of an inside joke?
Shaft’s invisible bowstring still seems incredibly stupid to me. Also, calling him Shaft bothers me because that guy will never be as cool as Richard Roundtree.
With the exception of the Maxx, it’s amazing just how decidely poorly drawn and designed all these image characters are. They have no taste or skill. I hadn’t noticed until I looked at the Marvel and DC archives.
I’d get the Shadowhawk and Maxx ones, and maybe Savage Dragon, as that started out good.
Maxx is the weirdest title by the best artist (and the guy with the least interest in comix biz administration) so it would be far and away my first pick too.
@Brian T.: Shut yo mouth!
Well, I now feel completely nauseous. Liefeld and McFarlane especially bring out that reaction in me.
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