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“Stop the burning! No more! No more! I want to live! I want to live!! The skin, burned from my body… And still the blood won’t come off! Still blood all over me!!”
“Come on! Get up! You can’t fool me, pretending to be dead. Take another shot! Come on! […] I’ve killed trillions. Strategy and killing. And farming. I can handle that.”
“I’ll kill her for that. She— Oh no. Not tears. Not tears. *choke* It wasn’t supposed to happen like this. Damn her! This wasn’t supposed to happen!”
“I did it! The power is mine! I control the star-systems again! Now I’ll have revenge on all who opposed me! Blood will flow like a river! And it’s all thanks to you, Dreadstar! All thanks to you!”
“Well, thank you, lord. My day’s complete.”
“I am the Supergrunt. The original Supergrunt. Perhaps you’ve heard of me.”
“Finally! Someplace I don’t have to worry about banging my head.”
“Why?! Because one crazy old man in the middle of nowhere gives a sob story, and we’re supposed to fight planets because of it? Forget it!”
“No one on this galaxy helps anyone… unless it’s to an early grave.”
“I’m behind on my reading. So much to do, you know. So many decisions such as… do I kill myself today? Or wait a bit longer?”
“I’ve been in enough fights to know when there’s no advantage to fighting.”
“It’s a boy.”
“Are we there yet?”
There are 30 issues of Dreadstar written by Peter David (#41-64 of the First Comics series and #1-6 of the Bravura mini-series), but there are 31 days in December. When I last did Dreadstar December, I covered up through issue 31 of Dreadstar. Those two facts leave us with today, the first day of Dreadstar December 2, and a far too breezy look at the final nine issues of Dreadstar that Jim Starlin wrote.
I posed this question via a poll on Twitter (below), but I am considering doing another month-long daily posting series and wanted to see what people were more interested in. The two options are a second Dreadstar December about Peter David’s run on the title (with the first day being a longer post on Starlin’s final year on the title where he just wrote it since David only wrote 30 issues of the title total and December is 31 days long) or a third Another View about… well, I don’t know yet. Suggestions are welcome if you’d like to see me write about the same comic every day during January. So, vote in the Twitter poll, comment… and we’ll see which one I do.
What month-long post series on @csbg would interest people more? (DD on Peter David's run. AV3 on ?????????????????)
— Chad Nevett (@cnevett) November 9, 2015
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