SILENCE! #199.99

October 12th, 2016

 

 

BUT FOIST TRUE BELIEVERS, YA GODDA GET TREW SOILENCE #199.99 AND LEMME TELL YA IT’S A DOOZY! PIN BACK YA EAR HOLES AN’ EYE FLAPS, COS THIS IS GONNA HURT!!!!

Ugh…*cough*…*hack*…out…get out vile spirit. Begone from this vessel with your crass huckesterism and vile self-promotion. That’s simply not how we *do* things on SILENCE! Excuse me while I use this mouthwash…

<ITEM> After the hiatus…the OTHER hiatus!  Gary Lactus & The Beast Must Die are back from their Holiday Cruise and they want to talk to you! That’s right, we’re back and ready for a refreshing comics enema!

<ITEM> Hot buttons! There’s talk of the forthcoming SILENCE! #200 LIVE SPECTACULAR, the London Graphic Novel Network’s S.M.A.S.H. event, sponsorship and Thought Bubble 2016. And why not, you impetuous scamps?
<ITEM> Reviewniverse! Oh Reviewniverse how we missed your 4-colour charms. There’s talk of the new Young Animal imprint with Doom Patrol and Shade The Changing Girl. Then it’s the incredible City Strips Comics of Gotham, The Amazing City and The Incredible City. Then it’s Batman & The Monster Men, All Star Batman, Black Hammer, Martian Manhunter: American Secrets, Suicide Squad, , The Champions, Luke Cage and more, so very much more.
<ITEM> Updates from The Galacticats and the Phantasmacats in Cat Chat
<ITEM> Now shhh. We have to get our beauty sleep and prepare for our debut into society. 7 more sleeps till SILENCE! #200!!

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This edition of SILENCE! is proudly sponsored by the greatest comics shop on the planet, DAVE’S COMICS of Brighton. It’s also sponsored the greatest comics shop on the planet GOSH! Comics of London.

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8 Responses to “SILENCE! #199.99”

  1. Daniel S. Says:

    Wish I could attend the live show. Its a bit of a walk from Central Canada though. Have a blast!

  2. Gary Lactus Says:

    Lazy!

  3. Tim B. Says:

    City strips sounds amazing. One of those things that you don’t realise you need until it gets pointed out to you. Looking at the web site it is marvelously obtuse. Doesn’t appear to be any way to get in contact with the creators, let alone order it.

    Enjoyed Doom Patrol #1 & Shade the Changing Girl #1 too, love the flat colours, it’s the right look for super-hero & super-hero adjacent comics – worked for Kirby just fine.

    Good luck with the live show. Short of my numbers coming up on the lottery will not be able to make the trek from Liverpool, but talking about anniversary issues, the late great Dave Cockrum’s cover for X-Men #100 has to be the most homaged cover of all time.

  4. Tim B. Says:

    Turns out I can’t actually read. There’s an email address on the site…

  5. Tam Says:

    My cat takes the occasional crafty chomp just to check I’m still alive. I think he knows he’s being naughty because he always gives me a bashful look afterwards and tries to reassure me that he only did it because he thought I was dead and thus perfectly fair game.

    Got a soft spot for the original Marvel Champions team. I remember finding a second hand copy of that (and the DC title Freedom Force) from the mid seventies and both comics were full of heroes and villains I’d never heard of or seem in cartoons which seemed weird and exciting when you’re ten years old. Read them again a couple of years ago though and they weren’t any good even by the standards of the time but still fond of them anyway…

  6. Brendan Says:

    Martian Manhunter is rad.

  7. Jeff C Says:

    I really wish I could be there, but I do hope to send you an audio clip of my new class sending you our best wishes from the States.

    I do apologize ahead of time; my students may sound a little groggy from screaming out in the middle of the night from their nightmares regarding Donald Trump.

  8. Gary Lactus Says:

    I very much look forward to hearing this. It still doesn’t let you off the hook though.

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