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Meditations by Marcus Aurelius. It helped me change the way I approached a lot of things in my life.

Casual redditor for a couple of years here. So far, my first post about comics has generated more thoughtful conversation than any of my posts in my time on reddit.

I like trivia and a lot of things from the 80's. I'm a fan of comics (obviously), music and movies. Also, I like to play guitar and piano, when I get the chance. I consider myself a pretty knowledgeable fellow even though I never received a higher education. I like to keep abreast of current events but also read about history.

Looking forward to more engaging dialogue on Hubski!

That is fantastic, I hadn't heard that. Thanks for the information. Most of my graphic novel/trades collection is older stuff. Alan Moore's Swamp Thing in hardcover is my pride and joy.

I hear you. I have taken a couple of breaks when the issues slowed down a bit. East of West is good but Saga definitely outshines it. If you get the hankering, I would pick up Saga first.

I'm curious as to who will be writing the new run after SW.

Thanks! I am a big fan of Dark Horse. The Firefly/Serenity stuff is pretty good and I really enjoy the Conan stories they adapted. Still working on those. There are a ton of trades for that run.

The rushed ending for Deadpool kind of irritated me though. Not sure if I'll stick with it. I read the first couple of issues of Moon Knight. Good stuff.

I have heard good things about Valiant and read a few that my buddy follows. I really liked the first few issues of X-O Manowar that I read.

I am definitely for creator owned content. I would say I read more from the other labels besides the "Big 2" now-a-days. Saga, Lazarus, East of West, and Uber to name a few, are really good reads.