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    I'm just glad the new writers are writing what they want, instead of what they think will work for little kids.


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    Unfortunately most comics aren't really for kids anymore.

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    Unfortunately?! Bite your tongue!


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    Kids need things like decent comics about heros they can respect.

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    There are comics for kids. But if it weren't for the writers writing for themselves, what would I read? I'm not a kid, I'm 24.


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    Other books?

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    Wow, so i wonder if I glue an etch-a-sketch onto my son's batman if he will think it's a whole new toy...I think that one was pretty great!

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    Originally posted by lighthouse

    There are comics for kids. But if it weren't for the writers writing for themselves, what would I read?
    Gee, I don't know. How 'bout history books? Philosophy books? Political commentary? You know, things adults read.
    WARNING: Graphic video here.

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    How about a philosophy book taught by Batman?
    says: "Visit Spammer's Paradise today."

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    The Joker could come in with some alternate thinking from Batman's and Batman could whoop up on him.
    says: "Visit Spammer's Paradise today."

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    Originally posted by LivingDeadDoll

    Wow, so i wonder if I glue an etch-a-sketch onto my son's batman if he will think it's a whole new toy...I think that one was pretty great!
    Is it a key-chain Etch-A-Sketch?

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    Originally posted by Jefferson

    Gee, I don't know. How 'bout history books?
    Yeah, lighthouse. Don't you have any of those coffeetable books on the history of Batman?

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    Originally posted by Turbo

    Is it a key-chain Etch-A-Sketch?
    Ahhh..vedy good young grasshoppa'!

    it is!

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    Then you should be good to go!

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    Well you could read some Spider-Man, X-Men, Iron Man, Wolverine, etc., ...

    I also liked some of the Spawn comics as well.

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