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27th June 2011, 04:05
a few months ago i was reading a comic book series called: Final Crisis by Grant Morrison. It is a very interesting series, the author throws in a lot of fringe elements and the result is fantastic. You'll see aliens, super heroes, pan-dimensional beings, pararel universes, quantum mechanics, time travel, spirituality, off-planet gods, genetic engineering, and much much more. I think Grant Morrison is one of those mad geniuses.
The characters are from DC comics. So what comic books with fringe elements do you guys know?
27th June 2011, 04:33
27th June 2011, 06:06
Maybe some fridges can go into the fringe realm :crazy_pilot:
27th June 2011, 10:39
- hello, interesting topic .
Fringe being personal, I guess ..
As a kid the fringe was the freak brothers
the fabulous furry, and funny, ones ,
and fat freddys cat .
This one is probably not defined as fringe,
but was part of expanding my mind as a youth.
This was released in Norway in the 70s
and was wonderfully absurd and humorous.
Here it was called: T?ffe Tom, and the
english name was Cucco Bill
I think only four issues were made in norwegian in 1976
(you can click on each of them to get more info and larger coverimage)
here by two of them:
1473 .. 1472
- made by Benito Jacovitti
here a finnish resource on same comic
covers the languages there translations are made
and published in
| Cocco Bill | Zorro Kid | Others |
| Zorry Kid | Others |
| Cocco Bill | Zorry Kid | Others |
And (Cocco Bill):
| Brazil | Denmark | Germany | Greece | Hungary | Norway | Spain | Sweden | Yugoslavia |
Nice thread, thanks.
Will try to dig up some real
fringe comic-stuff later.
27th June 2011, 14:30
20th July 2011, 15:23
I'm a fan of the late great Jack Kirby - Who created art for both Marvel and DC.
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