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- 01 Mar 2014, 01:18
- Forum: Non-comics discussion
- Topic: Ever Been Frisked By A Security Guard?
- Replies: 46
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I don't get what all the mockery is about. An innocent civilian was harrassed without notice by an overzealous security guard who should have been fired. I can certainly understand why he would think someone rushing out a shop without buying anything is a shoplifter. What he should have done is just...
- 14 Feb 2014, 14:41
- Forum: General comics discussion
- Topic: "Inappropiate" stuff in UK kids humour comics
- Replies: 30
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Way to be culturally sensitive, guys!TwoHeadedBoy wrote: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-F49eeOl2azI/U ... nese+2.jpg
For some reason I thought Danny Diddly O'Donoghue was drawn by Nik Holmes (who drew Clown Wars for the 2011 Dandy). Kind of a huge missed opportunity to bring Fiddle O'Diddle back instead. They could have even had Tom Paterson draw it, given that he drew a few strips for the digital Dandy last year....
Anyone read these? I do, but they've been a bit boring and formulaic lately. It's always a main plot about Lisa and a sub-plot about Homer or Bart and eventually they connect in the end. Then again, now that I think of it, the humour in them was never really clever (and in some cases, non-existent).
I think The Phoenix is just using a bit of hype for the benefit of the media, in the same way The DFC claimed to be the first new children's comic in 25 years. :roll: The irony is, that, unlike in the other situation you mentioned, none of us can think of a "proper" independent comic that launched ...
- 27 Jan 2014, 14:40
- Forum: The Phoenix
- Topic: Current thoughts about The Phoenix
- Replies: 7
- Views: 10923
You likely wouldn't have found any copies even if you knew it was Waitrose that (supposedly) sold them!SID wrote:I don't no why but I thought it was Asda and not Waitrose that sold The Phoenix. No wonder I could never find a copy.