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>>First off, before I begin, let me say I am sorry about the cancellation of "Avengers Academy" as I truly did believe that the title had some potential into being the Avengers version for the Jean Grey School of Higher Learning. I will miss the title.
>>Thanks, Marcus, that's very much appreciated. I can't tell you how grateful I am that Marvel, my amazing collaborators, and our incredibly loyal audience of retailers and readers supported us so strongly that a book about predominantly new characters lasted 40 issues. That's longer than recent series starring established characters like Nova, the Defenders, the Sub-Mariner, the Guardians of the Galaxy -- it's really amazing, especially in the tough market we have today. Between "[Avengers] Academy" and "Avengers: The Initiative," I've been writing an Avengers comic that also allowed me to play with new and obscure characters for around 70 issues. It's been a dream come true, and I can't say how much it means to me that so many of you gave us your support and love. And I hope you know it's reciprocated.
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Cut off one limb and two more shall take its place!
>Release dates for comics can be found at:
>Information about comics can be found at:
ComicBookDB and ComicVine
>Local comics shops can be found through:
The-Master-List and ComicShopLocator
>Comics can be purchased online through:
Amazon and ComiXology
>Scans can be found online through:
/rs/, FilesTube, FileCatch, FileTram, FileCrop, RapidLibrary, and our backup thread: http://plus4chan.org/b/co/res/189785.html
>And never forget:
Google and Wikipedia
>Some helpful tips when searching for downloads:
If results are too general, try searching for the year, volume, issues, creators or scanners, if you know them. Some popular scanning names and terms include "DCP", "Minutemen", "CPS", "Digital", "noads" and "c2c". Remember that "Comic Name" might have separate listings from "Comic-Name" or "ComicName", remember that with volumes "v#" would return different results than "vol#" and "volume #", and remember that issue "##" might be listed separately from issue "#" or "###". On search engines like Google, results can be narrowed down through modifiers such as "-[unwanted term]", "site:[website]" and "filetype:[extension]".
Be patient, be polite, and understand the simple concept behind these simple words: Not posted means not scanned yet. Any other questions can be directed at the back-up thread on plus4chan (see above) or at: AIM: EismyIdentity | e-mail: EisMyIdentity@AOL.com, so post/IM/email whatever minor inquiries there.
Making mirrors is always appreciated, if any of you would like to help out. And lastly, Hail!
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does anyone else just not care about Tim Drake? I know he has his own personality and story arcs or whatever, but I never gave a shit about him. He just feels like a generic Robin to me. Dick has the OG factor going for him, Jason died and is Red Hood - which a lot of people dig, and it's different - and I LIKE Damien.
Especially when he was paired up with Dick as Batman. I liked the reversal of personalities, and his background
But to me, Tim is just... there. But judging by the internet, he's the best Robin ever