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TheBowmanBody is suspending his North American tour due to concerns arising from the coronavirus.  The hope is the tour will resume in the fall and all purchased tickets will be honored at rescheduled dates.  TheBowmanBody regrets any inconvenience this causes and looks forward to seeing his many fans soon when all the ridiculous panic has subsided.  More information to follow.

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Fuck this team

I'll tie a frying pan to my ass so you hurt your penis, you ****ing homo!

Shut the fuck up dark cloud pussy

Anyone who is foolish enough to not be a Buffalo Bills fan can go f*ck themselves with a wooden shovel handle.

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also, all that shit in your signature is beyond annoying. just like you.

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Sorry to hear that.  But I'm having my own crisis Iof conscience. 

I always thought that by the time I hit this age, I'd be controlling North America like a comic book supervillain. 

Let Doctor Doom have Europe; let the Mandarin have greater Asia; let Magneto have his mutant state in Australia and New Zealand. 

South America?  I suppose the Red Skull would have tried to control that from his base in Argentina.  Diablo may have issues with that. 

Regardless, I've fallen short. 

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35 minutes ago, FanBack said:

Sorry to hear that.  But I'm having my own crisis Iof conscience. 

I always thought that by the time I hit this age, I'd be controlling North America like a comic book supervillain. 

Let Doctor Doom have Europe; let the Mandarin have greater Asia; let Magneto have his mutant state in Australia and New Zealand. 

South America?  I suppose the Red Skull would have tried to control that from his base in Argentina.  Diablo may have issues with that. 

Regardless, I've fallen short. 

Love the Marvel Comics references.  I was always a bit more of a DC guy.

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Only one man controls the world from his underground lair with Harvey Cthulu by his side!

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Sack "The Buffalo Range's TRUSTED News Source!"

 

"But, man, you're never going to get any truth from us. We'll tell you anything you want to hear; we lie like hell... We'll tell you any shit you want to hear. We deal in *illusions*, man! None of it is true! But you people sit there, day after day, night after night, all ages, colors, creeds... We're all you know. You're beginning to believe the illusions we're spinning here."

 

- Howard Beale, Network

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10 hours ago, Thebowflexbody said:

TheBowmanBody is suspending his North American tour due to concerns arising from the coronavirus.  The hope is the tour will resume in the fall and all purchased tickets will be honored at rescheduled dates.  TheBowmanBody regrets any inconvenience this causes and looks forward to seeing his many fans soon when all the ridiculous panic has subsided.  More information to follow.

 

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11 hours ago, FanBack said:

Sorry to hear that.  But I'm having my own crisis Iof conscience. 

I always thought that by the time I hit this age, I'd be controlling North America like a comic book supervillain. 

Let Doctor Doom have Europe; let the Mandarin have greater Asia; let Magneto have his mutant state in Australia and New Zealand. 

South America?  I suppose the Red Skull would have tried to control that from his base in Argentina.  Diablo may have issues with that. 

Regardless, I've fallen short. 

Marvel or DC?   I love both, but slightly prefer DC.

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22 hours ago, Thebowflexbody said:

If Hip-Kat seeks a refund, he can forget it!  LOL

Send his money to the Trump Campaign.  :niterider:

 

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Fuck this team

I'll tie a frying pan to my ass so you hurt your penis, you ****ing homo!

Shut the fuck up dark cloud pussy

Anyone who is foolish enough to not be a Buffalo Bills fan can go f*ck themselves with a wooden shovel handle.

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also, all that shit in your signature is beyond annoying. just like you.

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19 hours ago, Thebowflexbody said:

Love the Marvel Comics references.  I was always a bit more of a DC guy.

Do you know what made me read DC in the 70s?  F'in Jim Aparo art.  He was like a Neal Adams, but without the stupid faces and he could draw a fight scene.   When he drew the death of Jason Todd, I was disappointed.  It looked like his style had slipped. 

But his 'The Brave and the Bold' and 'Aquamam' were awesome. 

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20 minutes ago, FanBack said:

Do you know what made me read DC in the 70s?  F'in Jim Aparo art.  He was like a Neal Adams, but without the stupid faces and he could draw a fight scene.   When he drew the death of Jason Todd, I was disappointed.  It looked like his style had slipped. 

But his 'The Brave and the Bold' and 'Aquamam' were awesome. 

So, graphic art is like fap porn to you? 

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13 minutes ago, jc856 said:

So, graphic art is like fap porn to you? 

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No it's like the Sistine Chapel:

 

John Buscema > Michelangelo.  That's actually not so crazy. 

Silver Surfer #4 m'erf'er.

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10 minutes ago, FanBack said:

No it's like the Sistine Chapel:

John Buscema > Michelangelo.  That's actually not so crazy. 

Silver Surfer #4 m'erf'er.

I was always more of a Gahan Wilson , Jack Cole kinda guy....

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1 hour ago, FanBack said:

Do you know what made me read DC in the 70s?  F'in Jim Aparo art.  He was like a Neal Adams, but without the stupid faces and he could draw a fight scene.   When he drew the death of Jason Todd, I was disappointed.  It looked like his style had slipped. 

But his 'The Brave and the Bold' and 'Aquamam' were awesome. 

Great stuff!  Aparo almost always inked his own stuff.  As I recall, Dick Giordano brought him over from Charlton with some others.  What are your thoughts on the polarizing Vince Colletta?  I love comics history.  If you're not familiar, with them check out the Twomorrows website.  They're located in Raleigh, NC.  Great publications, especially involving Jack Kirby.

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45 minutes ago, FanBack said:

No it's like the Sistine Chapel:

John Buscema > Michelangelo.  That's actually not so crazy. 

Silver Surfer #4 m'erf'er.

Here's a guy I liked that not many others did: Frank Robbins.  Very different.  Loved Buscema, Romita, Grell, Cockrum, Swan, Plastino, George Klein, Gene Colan, Barry Smith, Starlin, Buckler.  The Silver Age was so special.

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Groo The Wanderer would kick the ass of corona, the fear mongering media, and the stupid sheep who buy into it!!  Groo's thinking process actually is like that of most of the sheep, and he(looks wise, and thinking wise) actually reminds me of the guy folks say is Daryls' doppleganger, so I think he serves as a great example of the destruction that misinformation can bring.

 

 

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14 minutes ago, StraightJ said:

Groo The Wanderer would kick the ass of corona, the fear mongering media, and the stupid sheep who buy into it!!  Groo's thinking process actually is like that of most of the sheep, and he(looks wise, and thinking wise) actually reminds me of the guy folks say is Daryls' doppleganger, so I think he serves as a great example of the destruction that misinformation can bring.

Groo!  Haven't thought about him in years.  By Sergio what's his name?

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36 minutes ago, Thebowflexbody said:

Groo!  Haven't thought about him in years.  By Sergio what's his name?

Good work Bowman!  Sergio Aragones.  It was a fun comic to read.   Groo is almost an anti-hero with his intelligence level, and reminds me of a few of our over reacting(albeit supposedly well-meaning) friends on here, with "Oh joy, a fray!!".  The guy loved to be "triggered" lol!!!!

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StraightJ: The Range's most relevant news source 

 

"I don't think I'm easy to talk about. I've got a very irregular head. And I'm not anything that you think I am anyway".

-Syd Barrett, founder of Pink Floyd. Rolling Stone, December 1971

 

https://oathkeepers.org/about/

 

Europa: The last Battle is the new best documentary in existence: https://search.bitchute.com/renderer?use=bitchute-json&name=Search&login=bcadmin&key=7ea2d72b62aa4f762cc5a348ef6642b8&query=Europa+The+Last+Battle

 

https://nativeamericanchurches.org/

 

My adopt a Bill is LeSean McCoy

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1 hour ago, StraightJ said:

Good work Bowman!  Sergio Aragones.  It was a fun comic to read.   Groo is almost an anti-hero with his intelligence level, and reminds me of a few of our over reacting(albeit supposedly well-meaning) friends on here, with "Oh joy, a fray!!".  The guy loved to be "triggered" lol!!!!

Groove for a few years was the funniest thing on the planet.   When I started buying Groo it was on Pacific Comics and I had to go to Empire Comics in Rochester to get it, or maybe another store near the House of Guitars. 

When Marvel picked it up it became more available and they changed nothing. 

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2 hours ago, Thebowflexbody said:

Great stuff!  Aparo almost always inked his own stuff.  As I recall, Dick Giordano brought him over from Charlton with some others.  What are your thoughts on the polarizing Vince Colletta?  I love comics history.  If you're not familiar, with them check out the Twomorrows website.  They're located in Raleigh, NC.  Great publications, especially involving Jack Kirby.

Coletta had talent.   He really could draw.   He also had a great line for Thor.   But he put food on the table by meeting deadlines; anyway he could.   Erasing the pencils?  He needed his mob connections to stay alive. 

His inks KILLED John Buscema and Perez's work.   Even when he wasn't hacking.

But Sinnott over Buscema and Perez was awful too.  And Sinnott was the cheeseburger on the cheese for the Kirby Fantastic Four.  Especially in the later years.   Every once in awhile another inker would fill in and it wouldn't be the same.   And we're taking about talented guys like Frank Gaiacoa.

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2 hours ago, Thebowflexbody said:

Here's a guy I liked that not many others did: Frank Robbins.  Very different.  Loved Buscema, Romita, Grell, Cockrum, Swan, Plastino, George Klein, Gene Colan, Barry Smith, Starlin, Buckler.  The Silver Age was so special.

You're right about Frank Robbins.   Frank Robbins could draw even though it was stylized.   A lot of the guys in the 90s became stylized before learning to draw.  Ever see a horse in a Rob Liefeld comic?  Didn't think so.  

 Robbins had that Primitive golden age thing that was so right for the Invaders but it was really good art; see the WW2 planes, tanks, etc. 

He was like Don Heck ; but far more kinetic. 

Why was his Warrior Woman so hot?

Maybe because he drew her as twisted as the creators of Wonder Woman really wanted Wonder Woman ro be?

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1 hour ago, FanBack said:

Groove for a few years was the funniest thing on the planet.   When I started buying Groo it was on Pacific Comics and I had to go to Empire Comics in Rochester to get it, or maybe another store near the House of Guitars. 

When Marvel picked it up it became more available and they changed nothing. 

House of guitars, good memories.......

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1 hour ago, FanBack said:

Coletta had talent.   He really could draw.   He also had a great line for Thor.   But he put food on the table by meeting deadlines; anyway he could.   Erasing the pencils?  He needed his mob connections to stay alive. 

His inks KILLED John Buscema and Perez's work.   Even when he wasn't hacking.

But Sinnott over Buscema and Perez was awful too.  And Sinnott was the cheeseburger on the cheese for the Kirby Fantastic Four.  Especially in the later years.   Every once in awhile another inker would fill in and it wouldn't be the same.   And we're taking about talented guys like Frank Gaiacoa.

You absolutely know your stuff, my friend.  Frank Giacoia.  Nice.  Should have inked Kirby at DC in 1970.  Always liked Chic Stone.  Bill Everett on Thor in 1969 was the best ever.  Beautiful.

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