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March 30, 2005

Letters to the editor - GrimJack: Killer Instinct #3

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Posted at March 30, 2005 03:12 PM

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I don't know how your doing it, but each issue is better than the last. "Grimjack" is the best!

Posted by: Howard at April 3, 2005 04:15 AM

I looked at the credits in the front of the mag and there is a credit for film master, and films provided by First. What is that for?


Since you have all these sexy vampires in the comic (even though one is currently Zonked out her mind), and a picture of this guy acting as a table to hold the blood, maybe the films are snap shots of our two creators that Tim is using as a model sheet.


You guys use to talk about the bar that Munden's is based on. That anything can happen. Maybe John and Tim were used as a bar by a leather bar maid? Or maybe John and tim acted as the maids. Lots of snap shots could have come out of that bar and coverd the walls of First. And now when Tim needs some kinky panels he just goes to his scrap book and walks down memory lane?

Posted by: James Edger at April 3, 2005 11:09 AM

I looked at the credits in the front of the mag and there is a credit for film master, and films provided by First. What is that for?
We're reprinting all the old issues in lovely trade paperbacks from the original film, and that requires going back through 20+ year old files and finding 100 pieces of film an issue. A somewhat daunting task.

As far as vampire D/s, and any accusations that the giant bloodsuckers bear a resemblance to the editor-- what? You weren't making that--? Never mind.

Posted by: Glenn Hauman at April 3, 2005 03:07 PM

I had never picked up a GrimJack comic until Killer Instict. After getting through the third issue I am a fan for life and now feel the urge to get the trades as they come out.

To start out I love Timothy Truman's art style. It definatly harkens back to the 80s, which I love, and fits the book perfectly.

As cool as the action sequences are, and believe me they are better then most, the best part about GrimJack is the sense of humor. It manages to be hilarious without being inappropriate for the mood.


Posted by: Stephen Combs at April 3, 2005 06:05 PM

It was a relief to run across my old friend John Gaunt again, I was an avid fan of the comic in the 80's. So stepping to the bar and ordering a glass of Auld Acquaintance I perused the pages of the latest issue Killer Instinct #3. I thought the days of Roscoe, the TDP, Mayfair and Cynosure were a long gone memory. Keep up the good work, I am glad the original GrimJack is back in full force.

Posted by: Demon Knight at April 5, 2005 05:23 PM

I would love to make a comment about how great it is to have Grimjack back -- It truly is -- just as I would like to make a comment or two about Issue #3. Unfortunately, it is now April 24th, 2005 and my local comic retailer STILL has not received Issue #3 so I can buy it and laud about it. Hopefully soon.

Yours in service,
Ray O. Chatterton, U.S. Coast Guard, retired

PS: When will Munden's Bar return to print?

Posted by: Ray Chatterton at April 24, 2005 02:50 PM

RareWare,or nintendo needs to bring back Killer Instinct it would make for great competition for Mortal Kombat. Both Games are very cool with finishers so the person you are Beating the crap out of can be destroyed at ur hands. Killer Instinct has been a favorite for years, why not bring it out on the new nintendo console? Bring Killer Instinct back!!!!!!

Peace,

James Elliott of Macon, Georgia.

Posted by: James Elliott at December 20, 2005 12:35 PM

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