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2009.04.26

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Man, that comic book got TOLD.

How did it wind up in the Humanoids line if it's not French, anyway?

Well, I remember hearing about "Olympus" in an interview from a few years back, then I tracked it down a year ago, and it was very shallow. The Greek mythology is so rich, and one of the founding stones of European culture, that it's a shame to see it represented in such a gung ho way. Forgettable, really.

Kind of hard to believe the guy who's most memorable scene is a kitten puking blood did a hack job on this...no, wait, it's completely believable.

Chris, the book was comissioned by Humanoids to be published in Europe. Other US creators worked (some still do) in similar projects.

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Hunter (Pedro Bouça)

No post on Metabarons?

Not from me, Jog took care of that one. It's at http://joglikescomics.blogspot.com/2009/04/desastre-hurlant-t10-psychomagic.html

I'll be updating the index at the bottom of the page tonight, apologies for not doing it sooner. Trust me, Jog has you covered on the Metabarons--it's excellent writing, unsurprisingly.

Chris, get ready: if Devil's Due has their way, there's going to be at least five more American creator-based Humanoids projects. We'll see.

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