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DESIGNER:
Billy Van Muddlestein  
VENUE:
Tanks
Kissimmee
FL
USA
 
SUBMITTED BY:
Billy Van Muddlestein  
2003-12-03 14:18:19
 
BANDS:
Playground Heroes
Chubby Tuff
Libyan Hit Squad
Pans Lost Boys
Suckerpunch



Playground Heroes Poster - Tanks, Kissimmee - Billy Van Muddlestein



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kpelletSend kpellet a message :   "that alternate universe thing was called the age of apokolpyse. awesome storyline, but the reason i had to quit buying marvel. i couldnt afford to buy every issue they put out each month to keep up with the storyline"
Was this the beginning of the end for Marvel? Sorry I'm 2 years late, but I remember that whole Age of Apocolypse being the last phase of my comic interest as well. It was fucking cool, but there was just too much to follow that I gave up. I remember around that same time there was some Spider-Man storyline with a shitload of symbiote aliens, and I was totally lost. I recently saw an issue of Spider-Man where Aunt May was alive again, and then a Venom issue with depressingly mediocre artwork. I hate the way they color those books now. Marvel really sucks.
Oh, and I don't really have much to say about this flyer.
  2005-03-06 11:51:45
DWITTSend DWITT a message :   That's the comic book that made me want to draw comic books.
Wrightson rules.
  2003-12-09 18:16:37
kolfacekillaSend kolfacekilla a message :   i just read batman:the cult with art by bernie wrightson and his stuff is unbelievable. he also did some late 80's punisher war journal stuff and swamp thing and a bunch of stuff for stephen king, book covers and such, cycle of the werewolf.
his stuff is just amazing. theres no point in becoming an illustrator after seeing his stuff, he's just too good.
  2003-12-09 18:01:11
ENothingSend ENothing a message :   Watchmen   2003-12-09 16:08:01
MaximumFluorideSend MaximumFluoride a message :   I have owned approxametly 10 comic books in my life. All of them were given to me. I have never payed money for a comic book. They always seemed like such a rip off. They draw you in with an awesomew cover and when you open the thing it's all shit inside. Crappy art and a boring story.   2003-12-09 15:51:41
danieldangerSend danieldanger a message :   that alternate universe thing was called the age of apokolpyse. awesome storyline, but the reason i had to quit buying marvel. i couldnt afford to buy every issue they put out each month to keep up with the storyline   2003-12-09 14:38:14
harpuas420Send harpuas420 a message :   i saw that been meaning to pick that up, i got scattered issues from that era but none of the neil adams stuff, I can't justify paying $75 per issue   2003-12-09 13:17:09
perkinsSend perkins a message :   I bought the X-Men trade paperback featuring the Neal Adams issues (Neal Adams & Tom Palmer, same as on that Avengers run you mentioned.) The X-Men trade is newly colored- very nice.   2003-12-09 13:13:04
harpuas420Send harpuas420 a message :   the neil adams avengers rum rules it with the mandroids issues 92-100
also i'm a big fan of anything john bryne
  2003-12-09 13:09:07
perkinsSend perkins a message :   I have the entire Buscema Silver Surfer run, Avengers #35-100, most Daredevils up to #100 & tons of other stuff like Barry Smith's Conan. I'm working on the entire Tomb of Dracula run. Gene Colan RULES   2003-12-09 13:06:37
harpuas420Send harpuas420 a message :   i love silver age stuff i especially love the pre super hero marel stuff 1960-63 with all the killer jack kirby art   2003-12-09 13:03:53
perkinsSend perkins a message :   8 boxes and counting of newer comics (1997-present), & 2 large boxes of mostly Marvel silver age stuff.   2003-12-09 13:02:05
harpuas420Send harpuas420 a message :   i love going into comic stores, not embarrased at all but then again i'm full blown geek   2003-12-09 13:01:47
harpuas420Send harpuas420 a message :   it also looks like the same characters are there, shadowcat and night crawler (what ever happened to excaliber?) gambit have no ide who the chick is with the head dress, wolverine who somehow got his adamantium back right? i loved the wolverine rune after magneto ripped his adamantium out. rouge, collosis (I thought he defected to the evil mutants?) and storm bact to her orriginal headress
this is a newer issue right?
  2003-12-09 13:01:04
ENothingSend ENothing a message :   There's a feeling of illicitness, like I don't want anyone to see me going in here, coupled with the creepy, standard clientele. Should I spellcheck this?   2003-12-09 12:58:47
harpuas420Send harpuas420 a message :   why is that rouge give you a boner?   2003-12-09 12:55:40
UnitusSend Unitus a message :   i got 3 long boxes..., and i'm currently trying to fill in the small gaps of x-men #100-350... i'm missing about 80 issues in there...   2003-12-09 12:54:52
ENothingSend ENothing a message :   Walking into a comic shop now gives me the same sorta feeling that walking into the porno store used to.   2003-12-09 12:54:29
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   My first job at like 15 or 16 was in a Comic Shop. I was like the worst employee casue I didn't really read the damned things. People would ask me questions and get all bent out of shape when I didn't know what the fuck they were talking about. So in effect the cientelle of comic shops turned me off from comics. I'll still pick one up every once in a while if the cover is interesting though.   2003-12-09 12:49:43
harpuas420Send harpuas420 a message :   i was collecting from 1980-1995 actively now i just buy graphic novels and trade paperbacks but i was marvel all the way till the late 80's and all the upstart labels started producing great books like dr. mirage and spawn   2003-12-09 12:46:56
ENothingSend ENothing a message :   Me, 7 boxes. Probably fewer titles in production when I was buying.   2003-12-09 12:44:56
harpuas420Send harpuas420 a message :   read em they are great, i got 9 geeked out long boxes of all sorts of comics and I still read em all   2003-12-09 12:38:43
ENothingSend ENothing a message :   I still gots the whole run from like 83-87 or so, all geeked up in plastic bags. Haven't looked at 'em in years. Can't remember nary a thing about the stories.   2003-12-09 12:26:52
harpuas420Send harpuas420 a message :   you can also get the trade paperbacks too, they reprint isues 94-188 in 3 4 volumes called essentail x-men all in black and white which is bitchin   2003-12-09 12:18:34
UnitusSend Unitus a message :   i started reading the x-men when they were hiding in Australia and fighiting the reavers/lady deathstrike. and there was something about a seige perilous and storm came back as a kid, gambit was introduced... then, when x-men got huge, they launched about 5 extra books and you could't keep track of the story unless you dropped about $30 a week on comics. fuck that.
i did score about 30 issues from the 70's (including the dark phoenix saga) from my english teacher in high school for cheap.
  2003-12-09 12:15:28
harpuas420Send harpuas420 a message :   yeah romita jr work is awsome, just got out of collecting for sometime and when i tried to get back in there was too much weirdness going on, seriously marvel fucked with 30 years of storey continuity
  2003-12-09 11:27:12
harpuas420Send harpuas420 a message :   hell yeah richie, that was when the time lines got all screwed up because leigien went back in time to kill magneto but killed xavier instead, killer killer series but after everyting returned to normal the x-books went to shit with the storey line and i stopped buying them that was like 1995 i think. that was also when andy kubrik was drawing x men and there was some killer art and comics were still printed on news print   2003-12-09 11:25:46
perkinsSend perkins a message :   You need to check out Straczynski & Romita Jr's Spider-man run. Daredevil & Thor have been good lately as well.   2003-12-09 11:22:05
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   I forget exactly what they called it but the alternate X-Men universe books from the late 90's were killer. I think the premise was that Xavier was dead and that Magneto was the leader of the X-Men. Wolverine was a bad guy and Sabretooth was good and so forth.   2003-12-09 11:21:59
harpuas420Send harpuas420 a message :   marvel let this title crash and burn, i like the late 70's and 80's x-ment the best. one title one storey line and continuity, i tried to read some of the later stuff and was sooooo lost i just said screw it, i'm not about to spend thousands to update back issues to read a storey that doesn't make sence any more
marvel sucks now
  2003-12-09 11:19:50
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   Sometimes Magneto is evil and then sometimes he helps the X-Men out. It's so confusing.
What's the deal, Magneto?
  2003-12-09 11:15:29
harpuas420Send harpuas420 a message :   hey at least he left the artist credit on there i think   2003-12-09 11:13:26
KurtSend Kurt a message :   Great drawing Billy!   2003-12-09 07:04:32
alex HDQ designSend alex HDQ design a message :   Shouldn't this be illegal? Is'nt it?   2003-12-09 05:13:11
maynardSend maynard a message :   yup... errrr... :|   2003-12-09 04:47:48
FinchSend Finch a message :   Feel the wraith of Brandon Peterson! :evil:   2003-12-09 03:45:06
harpuas420Send harpuas420 a message :   UM.............. :roll:   2003-12-05 17:08:34
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