If it's crap ... We'll tell you
If you saw my last post pretend like you didn't.
This week The League of Extremely Ordinary Gentlemen gets back to its roots, COMIC BOOKS (anybody remember back when that's what the show was about?) And to help us out we'll have Marvel's newest hot shot artist, DAVID MARQUEZ.
And coming soon on "ULTIMATE SPIDERMAN".
There's no more time to waste. Get your questions in now!
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What great graphic novel or comic book would you love to see in Animation (be it Old or new)? With Justice League DOOM, Batman Redhood and Johan hex being a success.
I know how you feel about Ultimate Spider-Man, but I was wondering what you guys think of the regular 616, The Amazing Spider-Man comic book? I personally have been enjoying the change in Spider-Man and the way they have injected new life(And in one case brought one back and another is now dying) into some of his Old Rogues and some new ones too. I was just curious on your thoughts.
Thanks and Long Live The League!
Are there any up and comming writers and artists that we (the readers) should be looking out for, also will they be working on any big projects or a well-established title?
Thanks for your time and Long Live the League.
Dear Extremely Ordinary Gentlemen (and women),
Since it is now completely apparent The Walking Dead has all but thrown out the comic as a reference point, I was wondering: What are some of the best and worst comic to screen adaptations in your opinion?
Many Thanks and Long Live The League.
Who do you guys think are some of the best crime writers in comics? (note: Brubaker is a given, please try to name others if possible.)
With an adaptation of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo set to be released, I'd like to know how The League feels about novels being adapted into comics and graphic novels. Do you think they're really necessary, or are they generally unnecessary?
Thanks, and LONG LIVE THE LEAGUE!
Hello League of Extremely Ordinary Avengers.
I pray that someday we as a species will be able to look at each other as equals, and that no one will discriminate against another by their race, creed, ect. Only problem with this is when that day comes, the X-men may become obsolete. What do you think will happen to the X-men when that day comes? Do you think that humans will still be able to relate to them, or do you think they will become just like all the other superheroes out there.
Thanks in advance, and League of Extremely Ordinary Avengers AAASSSSEEEMMMMMMBBBBBBLLLLLLLLLEEEEEEEE!!!
How do y'all feel about Scott Snyder? Is he merely a competent writer or the best to write Batman since pre-insanity Miller?
The talk as of late from LEOG's previous comic-oriented episodes has been largely negative with regard to the big-name, on-going series in Marvel. I've taken a pretty long hiatus from comics, aside from reading offbeat stuff like Cowboy Ninja Viking and Witch Doctor, and have been looking to hop back in. Do the members of the LEOG have any suggestions as to where to hop back in, or should I avoid the giant miasthma that is Marvel altogether right now?
Thanks, and long live the League!
Which comic book writer would you like to see a novel from? Or, which novelist would you like to see a comic book from?
How do you feel about the direction that John Layman is taking Olive Chu towards?