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Ooh, I'm not sure! Will let you know after it's up Smile


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ARGH IT'S A BLOODY SKIP WEEK!

Apparently 2 more weeks of comic to go, though.


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*grumps*


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I was a little surprised by Ellis's seemingly genuine Tweet about being upset that this was a skip week. I mean unless I buy the books or the merchandise it is of no cost for me to read.

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Apparently FREAKANGELS is on a skip week today. Don't know why. Am not pleased. Apologies to all.


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Well, it's running up to a climax, i expect he had it all paced out and was upset at the disruption of his pacing.


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the parrot... ...gets tiresome.
the parrot... ...i ate him.


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Still not reading, for what another two weeks I think I saw? *nods* I'll be back Smile


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One More Week!


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the parrot... ...i ate him.


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I caught up with it! It was really hard remembering where I left off.



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Am caught up.
Wow.
One more! Smile


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thisweekendthisweekendthisweekend.....


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I prefer to live in a country that's small, and old, and where no one would ever have the NERVE to wear a cape in public, whether they could leap tall buildings in a single bound or not.

the parrot... ...gets tiresome.
the parrot... ...i ate him.


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And it's over. What a journey Smile


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No, sir, didn't like it. Another non-conflictingy almost-ending. Did not suit me.

Still a great comic, though.


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I have just read the final 10 episodes.

Perhaps it's because I read Neil Gaiman short stories and watch a lot of animie, I don't expect endings to be The End.

That...was the *right* ending.

Thank you all for coming on this journey with me Smile


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the parrot... ...gets tiresome.
the parrot... ...i ate him.


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I didn't expect it to be The End either, but I expected it to earn it's non-ending at least. The question, "Will the FreakAngels be killed restoring London into normal time and space?" was answered with, "No, they will all be standing in a semi-circle in a warehouse set up for a rave."


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I really love most of Warren Ellis's work, but this left me a bit underwhelmed. I just felt that the characters were never fully developed and except for a few were not very well defined.

I know it was free so therefore I should not complain too much.
Please know that I do not think is was bad, I was just expecting more from an Ellis project.


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I loved the art work & the ideas. However the ending left me underwhelmed too & I read PKD. Wink
 
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Originally posted by Lan Martak:
I really love most of Warren Ellis's work, but this left me a bit underwhelmed. I just felt that the characters were never fully developed and except for a few were not very well defined.

I know it was free so therefore I should not complain too much.
Please know that I do not think is was bad, I was just expecting more from an Ellis project.

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