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    Re: Hey cheapskates! Read Honor Brigade for free.

    Is it 6 issues?
    Hate me all you want, 95 % of the time I'm write.

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    Re: Hey cheapskates! Read Honor Brigade for free.

    The original series is six issues. Plus I'll be adding the extra content from the trade like Gail's Toy Boy stories and the two Toy Boy issues.

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    Re: Hey cheapskates! Read Honor Brigade for free.

    New Honor Brigade pages are up. Aw yeah free superhero comics!

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    Re: Hey cheapskates! Read Honor Brigade for free.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Stillwell View Post
    New Honor Brigade pages are up. Aw yeah free superhero comics!
    This makes me happy. I'll re-read this. Toy Boy =
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    Re: Hey cheapskates! Read Honor Brigade for free.

    Hey buddies! New pages are up over at the Honor Brigade webcomic!

    http://www.honorbrigadecomic.com

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    Re: Hey cheapskates! Read Honor Brigade for free.

    In today's Honor Brigade find out the secret origin of TOY BOY!

    http://www.honorbrigadecomic.com/

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    Re: Hey cheapskates! Read Honor Brigade for free.

    The final issue of the Honor Unbound mini-series starts in today's Honor Brigade! http://www.honorbrigadecomic.com/

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    Re: Hey cheapskates! Read Honor Brigade for free.

    Today’s installment of Honor Brigade concludes the last issue of the Honor Unbound six issue mini-series. But don’t worry, there’s lots more Honor Brigade goodness ready to roll! Check in with us on Wednesday for the first installment of a two part Toy Boy short by none other than Gail Simone!

    http://www.honorbrigadecomic.com

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    Re: Hey cheapskates! Read Honor Brigade for free.

    Ta very much

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    Re: Hey cheapskates! Read Honor Brigade for free.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Stillwell View Post
    Today’s installment of Honor Brigade concludes the last issue of the Honor Unbound six issue mini-series. But don’t worry, there’s lots more Honor Brigade goodness ready to roll! Check in with us on Wednesday for the first installment of a two part Toy Boy short by none other than Gail Simone!

    http://www.honorbrigadecomic.com
    Hey, Tom...

    I've been thinking about this.

    Who would you say your influences are?

    If I had to guess, I'd say Wolfman, Ordway, Perez, Claremont (you're often less wordy; but who isn't?), Gail, and Christopher Priest. Maybe some 60s Marvel, some 80s DC. Giffen/deMatteis and Wolfman/Perez jump out a lot to me, though. Early Geoff Johns, perhaps.

    Is that fair? I've been thinking a lot about influences.

    Waiting on art for my book, I've had time to overthink things and have been pondering the answer to the question, "Who would you say that your work is like?" And I figured you've had enough time to grapple with this idea while still being indy that you'd have a good answer to this.

    A lot of people's first reaction is, "I'm like me. Read the book."

    But I think when people ask that question, they want to know if the book is for them and what the selling points of the book are.

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