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Discuss Blog Entries / Radicast #14 - Who Framed Roger Rabbit
« Last post by Adam Dravian on April 19, 2019, 03:09:24 PM »
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Discuss Anything / Re: Satan Ninja 201X?
« Last post by JerryWashington on February 04, 2019, 07:46:22 AM »
So Maddox's character in Satan Ninja got his ass exploded by a Lich. I think I can like this comic again
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Discuss Anything / Re: Article: Why are we so obsessed with the 1980s?
« Last post by Mayra Kaufman on February 01, 2019, 07:34:19 AM »
Your welcome. Put more thought into writing this than I did for a 1800 word essay I had to do (got it done though). Interesting point about deciding which elements of the 80s are real in their world and which one's are fiction as well.

Because the 80s ruled .....
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Discuss Anything / Re: Article: Why are we so obsessed with the 1980s?
« Last post by CharlesPerry on January 25, 2019, 09:15:13 AM »
I love 80s music and still listen to it D bal max.

Totally. Several months ago, after Jessica and I thought we might have finally started to run out of rad new '80s music to discover, we ended up going down a YouTube rabbit hole of music videos that introduces us to a whole bunch of (mostly) German '80s electronic pop music.

German '80s electronic pop music! Never thought about it. Heading over to YouTube right now. :)
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Discuss Anything / Re: Article: Why are we so obsessed with the 1980s?
« Last post by rubyatiy on January 16, 2019, 04:01:36 AM »
Your welcome. Put more good reviews of instant knockout into writing this than I did for a 1800 word essay I had to do (got it done though). Interesting point about deciding which elements of the 80s are real in their world and which one's are fiction as well.

Because the 80s ruled!

These are not the issues but you can fix it with those resemblance thing
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Discuss Anything / Re: RIP Stan Lee
« Last post by PatDon on November 27, 2018, 07:27:25 AM »
I was going to ask if you were inspired by any of Stan Lee's work, but you already answered that. Great stuff. I mean, his body of work is so huge he must have influenced most everyone in the comic book business at this point, one way or another. RIP Stan Lee
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Discuss Comic Pages / Re: Issue 4 - Rad As Hell - Page 15 - The Dragon-fire Burst
« Last post by Matty2310 on November 20, 2018, 02:03:24 AM »
Have been busy recently, but great stuff.
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Discuss Anything / Re: RIP Stan Lee
« Last post by Adam Dravian on November 12, 2018, 11:35:39 PM »
A few years ago I started to read all the big silver-age Marvel comics in chronological order, starting with the first issue of the Fantastic Four in the early '60s, and I was amazed to learn just how many notable characters Stan Lee had a hand in creating--most within the span of a few years. I wouldn't be surprised if he's created/co-created more truly iconic pop culture fictional characters than any other person.

The dude led a full-as-fuck life and left behind an astounding legacy.

Edit: Also, as I've mentioned before, though it wasn't intentional, it seems that I must've been subconsciously inspired by Spider-Man when I was creating Satan Ninja 198X, as the similarities are too numerous to deny. So I suppose the existence of this rad comic is owed in part to Stan Lee.
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