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I'm not sure how many fans of Indy comics are out there, but has anybody else gotten around to reading anything from Burlyman? I know of two titles so far, Doc Frankenstein and The Shaolin Cowboy, and both are pretty, um, interesting. Shaolin Cowboy seems a lot like Trigun meets Lobo, and puts the violence in the current Punisher run to shame. Doc Frankenstein is actually a very interesting book, with very little graphic violence.

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Has anyone else noticed that just about every Black Lantern seems to be highly sarcastic? I'm sure that whoever's behind the BLs is doing this to elicit an emotional response from the living, but it's a characteristic I'm getting a kick out of.
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