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by Omega Red
19 Oct 2010, 15:21
Forum: Kitty's Computer (Games)
Topic: Xmen: Destiny
Replies: 188
Views: 18625

Xmen: Destiny

I'm looking forward to this as well.  Even without knowing what kind of game it will be, or without knowing any details of the plot, I still intend to buy this.  I've been waiting for a next-gen X-Men game for some time now.  The Wolverine game was quite good, and more than delivered on the violence...
by Omega Red
19 Oct 2010, 15:05
Forum: The Institute's Coffee Room (Books)
Topic: what are you reading?
Replies: 818
Views: 187180

what are you reading?

I've been reading a few Dean Koontz books lately.  I finished The Servants Of Twilight a few weeks back.  It's about the mother of a young boy who becomes the object of hate by an old woman who is convinced that the boy, Joey, is the AntiChrist.  His mother has to enlist the aid of a private detecti...
by Omega Red
19 Oct 2010, 14:52
Forum: The Institute's Coffee Room (Books)
Topic: Conan the Barbarian
Replies: 2
Views: 1978

Conan the Barbarian

I think I read one or two issues, many years ago.  'Twas so long ago, in fact, that I can hardly remember anything about them.  But if you can find issues for a decent price, then why not?  I'd imagine the upcoming Conan film will revitalise interest in the comics and the Schwarzenegger films anyway...
by Omega Red
26 Jun 2010, 05:21
Forum: Shi'Ar Space (Anything Else)
Topic: Classic Marvel and DC Figurine Collection
Replies: 699
Views: 76238

Classic Marvel and DC Figurine Collection

I'm only collecting the X-related issues, so the likes of Forge come as good news.  Forge may not be one of my all-time favourite characters, but I don't dislike the guy either.  If nothing else, picking up his issue will let me find out a bit more about him.
by Omega Red
26 Jun 2010, 05:11
Forum: The Institute's Coffee Room (Books)
Topic: what are you reading?
Replies: 818
Views: 187180

what are you reading?

I'm currently reading Knots And Crosses, the first book in Ian Rankin's Rebus series.  I've read several Rebus books prior to this one, so I know some of the events that take place after this book ends, but that's not stopping me from enjoying it.  Rankin's Rebus books are consistently well-written,...
by Omega Red
14 Nov 2009, 20:09
Forum: The Institute's Coffee Room (Books)
Topic: what are you reading?
Replies: 818
Views: 187180

what are you reading?

I'm just starting to read Dean Koontz's book Odd Thomas, about a man who lives in a small desert town who knows and sees things about the living, the dead, and the soon to be dead, and has to attempt to prevent an oncoming whirlwind of violence and murder that is set to devastate his town and his li...
by Omega Red
13 Nov 2009, 20:00
Forum: Shi'Ar Space (Anything Else)
Topic: Classic Marvel and DC Figurine Collection
Replies: 699
Views: 76238

Classic Marvel and DC Figurine Collection

I'll have to hurry up and cast my vote if there's still time... I find it shocking that Omega Red hasn't had his turn yet!  I also want to see Jubilee, Stryfe, and maybe Exodus get the CMFC treatment. As for special issues, Onslaught is a must!  Mojo - yeah, I'd buy him.  And a Brood Queen would be ...
by Omega Red
06 Oct 2009, 15:17
Forum: Shi'Ar Space (Anything Else)
Topic: Classic Marvel and DC Figurine Collection
Replies: 699
Views: 76238

Classic Marvel and DC Figurine Collection

I just collect the X-related issues of this series as well - don't have enough spare cash to buy every single issue!  Overall I've been pleased with the quality of the figurines, though some (Beast, Mystique, Rogue, Cable) were somewhat of a let-down - I was hoping for them in their classic 90s outf...
by Omega Red
03 Oct 2009, 10:02
Forum: X-Pressions
Topic: Character Voices
Replies: 14
Views: 2536

Character Voices

I make up voices every now and again when I'm reading, though I don't really think of any certain actor when I'm doing it.  I just come up with something along the lines of how I think that character's voice would sound.  For instance, Wolverine always has a gravelly voice, Rogue has the stereotypic...
by Omega Red
03 Oct 2009, 09:58
Forum: The Institute's Coffee Room (Books)
Topic: what are you reading?
Replies: 818
Views: 187180

what are you reading?

[QUOTE=grief] The Christopher Golden novels are really good - at least, last time I read them they were. Admittedly, that was years ago. But it's got EVERYTHING in there. The titles are Siege, Sanctuary, and Salvation.[/QUOTE]I've got those books - I also remember them as being very worthwhile reads...
by Omega Red
02 Oct 2009, 10:30
Forum: The Institute's Coffee Room (Books)
Topic: what are you reading?
Replies: 818
Views: 187180

what are you reading?

I'm now reading The Last Templar, by Raymond Khourry.  Just started it, so it's a bit early to be voicing opinions or passing comments on it, but early indications are good.'Tis the first novel I've read to feature someone having their head chopped off with a sword since I read Braveheart.
by Omega Red
16 Sep 2009, 18:19
Forum: UnCanon Mess Hall
Topic: X-Men sprite sheet
Replies: 5
Views: 1062

X-Men sprite sheet

[QUOTE=absolutely]Neato. Not sure if this was your intent, but the Prof is so cute! Like a little wheel-chair bound baby.[/QUOTE]Yeah, I do intend to add a kinda 'cute' factor to them whenever I draw them.  It's worked up till now, so no reason to change it now!
by Omega Red
15 Sep 2009, 20:09
Forum: UnCanon Mess Hall
Topic: X-Men sprite sheet
Replies: 5
Views: 1062

X-Men sprite sheet

I bought the first 2 volumes of the Marvel Masterworks: X-Men series a while back (and the 3rd one is bought and on its way).  After reading them, I was inspired to draw some pixel sprites of the characters featured within.  I do a lot of pixel sprites as it is, from various properties and series - ...
by Omega Red
13 Sep 2009, 19:49
Forum: The Institute's Coffee Room (Books)
Topic: what are you reading?
Replies: 818
Views: 187180

what are you reading?

I'm now reading a book that's a lot lighter in tone - The Men Commandments, by Christian O'Connell.  It's unashamedly sexist, but funny as all-get-out.  After the dark subject matter of the last books I read, it's time for something considerably more light-hearted!
by Omega Red
09 Sep 2009, 08:34
Forum: The Institute's Coffee Room (Books)
Topic: what are you reading?
Replies: 818
Views: 187180

what are you reading?

I've just finished reading the Die For Me/Scream For Me/Kill For Me trilogy, by Karen Rose.  I found them to be very good reads - Rose writes very compelling works.  Full of interesting and likeable characters whom you really hope will survive till the end (and some not so likeable ones that you rea...
by Omega Red
08 Sep 2009, 02:59
Forum: X-Pressions
Topic: Favorite X-Men Era
Replies: 63
Views: 7282

Favorite X-Men Era

[QUOTE=JanO]That's what I like about the forum: Here's a new member, basically saying everything that I consider akin to cursing inside a church LOL.
Welcome to the forum, hope you'll be a good "nemessis" for me.... (I mean really, BISHOP????)[/QUOTE]Well, to each their own!
by Omega Red
07 Sep 2009, 08:47
Forum: X-Pressions
Topic: Favorite X-Men Era
Replies: 63
Views: 7282

Favorite X-Men Era

I started reading X-Men in the early-mid 90s, around the same time that the X-Men cartoon launched, and shortly before Essential X-Men was introduced.  So the 90s-era X-Men are my favourite era for several reasons:1 - It featured my favourite X-lineup of all time, split into the Blue and Gold teams....
by Omega Red
07 Sep 2009, 08:19
Forum: X-Pressions
Topic: Age of Apocalypse/Legion Quest...
Replies: 29
Views: 4445

Age of Apocalypse/Legion Quest...

The Age of Apocalypse is probably the best alternate-reality X-saga that's been done to date.  I read some of it way back in the mid 90s, when it was partially serialised in Essential X-Men and Wolverine Unleashed.  A great deal of the story was omitted from those titles due to space restrictions, s...