I read the first two issues and liked it so much I put it away.
I know that makes little sense but I like to read in bulk when I see a non-big two title that I really like.
I have the issues ... through 13 or 14, I think (I know I am about a month behind as Dave reads this later than his others) packed in a corner. Plan to burn through this and Clean Room ... sometime ... this year? Hopefully.
My hope is, and it may be wishing in one hand and ... yeah you know what on the other, but my hope is to one day soon get mad at current comics again and spend at least 2 months reading old stuff
. That usually happens, me getting mad over some stupid thing (like Civil War II for example
), so I look forward to reading this and about 8 other Image/Vertigo/Dark Horse books. It's just finding time.
And by time I mean reading time. I can come here and spend an hour, but that isn't the same as having an hour of reading time. I can take an hour to write one sentence here, with chasing the puppy around when he grabs something, answering the phone, getting coffee, etc... and it seems like I was here the entire time. But reading time, as we know, is a different beast. Just ask Jimmy who, poor guy, has been running ragged battling the time stealing ogre .. or perhaps Nozdormu (just heard that name while watching people play at the shop)
I can't even have the television on or listen to music. I don't know how people listen to music while reading. They say it is like setting theme music to a movie and I love that idea. Listening to Metallica when reading Simonson's Ragnarok, Star Wars soundtrack when reading Star Wars
or the Vapor's when reading Wayward
(hahaha, yes there is a bad joke there that you older folks may ... MAY just get) but I just can't. It takes my head out of the comic.
Okay, now that I totally went on a tangent here ...