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Old 02-09-2020, 05:21 PM   #781
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I’ve just finished rereading the Lee/Ditko’s Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus vol 1.

I haven’t read this since it first was published, around 2007. So, it’s been 12 years. I’ve dug back into my library and have committed myself to all my HCs and TPBs in addition to my non-comic books reading. I’ve read the first 10 FF Marvel Masterworks (Lee/Kirby) and the first 18 Thor Marvel Masterworks and, as groundbreaking and truly awesome as these were, they barely hold a candle to this collected Spider-Man run. The sheer joy, fun, engaging stories/plots/characters just made me desperate to pick this up after putting it down to resume my life. It’s no wonder Spider-Man stole the title of flagship character and book from The Fantastic Four. Just an amazing, spectacular (yes, I know you saw what I did there!) collection of stories and single, contained read!
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Old 03-12-2020, 10:15 AM   #782
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I recently finished reading Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. Incredible book, I'm delighted. I love the period of the second half of the twentieth century. I also love the theme in the history of the US state - Westward Expansion. That is why I love to read books about this period of American history. About proud groups of people forced to move out of their home land and forced into a new life style. studydriver.com/westward-expansion-essay/ Here you can read more about this issue. Changes that shift everything about who they are and the life style they once held so dear to them. The group at mention is the Chickasaw tribe of North America. This is very interesting for me. If you know of books where you can find information about these events, I will be very glad if you share.
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