Thursday 27th November 2014,
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Stir the Pot Saturday: Week 43

Jeff Hill 10/26/2013 Features

Welcome back, everyone! Just a quick reminder of what our goal for each and every Saturday is: Stirring the pot is the act of causing trouble for the sake of your own amusement. So we here at Comic Booked would like to formally invite you to discuss, debate, and start some shit talkin’ about the characters, the creators, and the storylines given to us from the industry we all know and love, hate, and love to hate. So let’s quit wasting time and start the mud (or web) slinging!

 

This Saturday’s question: What is your favorite non-comic franchise license?

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Are you a Star Wars or Star Trek fanatic? Do the Scoobies of Buffy the Vampire Slayer keep you going into the comic shops? Or are you a fan of Conan the Barbarian? Do you follow each and every cartoon that gets its own comic series?  Or how about something a little more obscure like Mars Attacks? Do you follow your favorite books when they get the graphic novel or miniseries treatment?  Or is it something else (not originally presented in comic book format) that draws you to the wild and exciting world of graphic storytelling?

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So go forth and debate! But be sure to back up your responses. Don’t be scared. And don’t give up. After all, no one likes a quitter. And you’re not a quitter, are you?

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About The Author

Jeff Hill is a moderately reformed frat boy turned writer/teacher living the dream in Lincoln, Nebraska. He does freelance work and writes fiction, none of which is about corn or the husking of corn. His work has appeared in over a dozen publications and his mom has a binder full of printed copies for any doubters. Plus, he's the Chief Creative Officer of Comic Booked. So that's pretty neat, too.

  1. Aaron Clutter 10/26/2013 at 1:55 pm

    I love seeing comics that extend an existing series or movie, like with X-Files Season 10 or the Star Trek Khan series. Anything that takes me into a more indepth look at the character or, as with Grimm and Dexter, tells stories not in the regular series. Sometimes they fill in gaps and sometimes it is just a way to get some extra stories without having to produce a TV show.

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