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#1 2007-05-23 10:49:48

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CRIME BIBLE featuring Montoya Question by Rucka

in the latest DC Nation page written by Dido:

"...Our very own Greg Rucka tells the story of the THE CRIME BIBLE and how it will have a lasting impact on the DC Universe.  This is one Question in search of an answer; let's just hope that she can survive it."


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#2 2007-05-24 06:03:33

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Wow, so many Question-related news lately! This will be a new mini, right?

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#3 2007-05-24 13:56:58

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Or perhaps an ongoing?

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#4 2007-05-24 14:01:50

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Can....not....wait....


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#5 2007-05-27 21:23:43

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Re: CRIME BIBLE featuring Montoya Question by Rucka

Eric wrote:

Or perhaps an ongoing?

If it was an on-going, they probably would have called it "The Question," not "The Crime Bible." So, I'm sure it's a mini.

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#6 2007-05-28 11:01:56

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DarkKnightJRK wrote:

Eric wrote:

Or perhaps an ongoing?

If it was an on-going, they probably would have called it "The Question," not "The Crime Bible." So, I'm sure it's a mini.

Good point...but still The Question + 4th Word = Greatness


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#7 2007-05-31 05:16:38

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Cool - a series with Montoya as the Question!

It'll give me the opportunity to choose not to buy it...

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#8 2007-05-31 10:15:11

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NoFaceGuy wrote:

Cool - a series with Montoya as the Question!

It'll give me the opportunity to choose not to buy it...

Love or hate Montoya...
If Vic is going to be mentioned or reappear anywhere in the main DCU, it will be in this book (for now).
just say'n hmm


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#9 2007-05-31 14:28:51

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more info today on newsarama in their interview with Didio:

NRAMA: Moving on to other Countdown/52 related topics – the DC Nation that was in last week’s books…most of the new projects we’d heard about, but there was something new - The Crime Bible, a miniseries written by Greg and starring the Question…got any more on that?

DD: What the miniseries will do is really explore the repercussions of the Crime Bible in the DCU in the current time, and Renee Montoya as the Question will be one of the key members of the storyline. Five issues, starting in October.

NRAMA: How’s it going to be framed? Just Renee investigating it, or…what?

DD: Actually, it’s going to be told in five different chapters, and each chapter focuses on a different aspect of the Crime Bible itself.

NRAMA: The last time we saw it, it was still in Tot’s hands up int eh Himalayas, correct?

DD: That’s where we think it’s at, but the problem with something like the Crime Bible is that it’s hard to keep in one place, because people are always after it.

NRAMA: No copies?

DD: Nah – it’s sort of like Cancelled Comics Cavalcade - there are only a very small number – if that – of copies around. And besides that, it’s printed on skin, so it’s hard to make copies…

NRAMA: Wait - Cancelled Comics Cavalcade is printed on skin?

DD: [Laughs] That’s the rumor – and inked with tears. But no – the Crime Bible is printed on skin. It’s not like it’s something that Gutenberg could’ve set up on a separate print job after running off copies of the Bible on the press. The Crime Bible’s hard to reproduce. Just to collect the material it’s printed on takes a while – not to mention finding the staples.


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#10 2007-05-31 14:35:53

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I just hope Rucka doesn't kill Tot.

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#11 2007-05-31 15:45:11

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Gabo wrote:

I just hope Rucka doesn't kill Tot.

hurm...I didn't even think of that sad

well, Montoya is going to need someone to provide the gas, color change treatment and backup masks for a least some time, so Tot should be safe for now.


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#12 2007-06-01 01:51:35

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I'm kind of glad Montoya has the sense to keep up with the color-change treatment; as much as I love the Veitch/Edwards look, it's just not The Question without some blue to it.


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#13 2007-06-01 09:13:19

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Re: CRIME BIBLE featuring Montoya Question by Rucka

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...as much as I love the Veitch/Edwards look, it's just not The Question without some blue to it.

Soooooo, with that in mind, what do you think of Question Sanity and it's lack of Blue on the hero?  hmm


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#14 2007-06-01 11:22:28

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Flash1087 wrote:

I'm kind of glad Montoya has the sense to keep up with the color-change treatment; as much as I love the Veitch/Edwards look, it's just not The Question without some blue to it.

In your opinion wink


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#15 2007-06-01 12:48:28

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The brown look is ok, but I'm going to have to side with Flash on this one.


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#16 2007-06-01 15:29:34

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? wrote:

The brown look is ok, but I'm going to have to side with Flash on this one.

I prefer the Brown look myself. But then, I prefer the Veitch - Edwards version of The Question against all others (so I suppose I am somewhat biased). I feel the Brown look provides more realism, even if the story that it is used in is arguably devoid of it (not that I'm saying it is, mind you).


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#17 2007-06-02 01:39:38

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Re: CRIME BIBLE featuring Montoya Question by Rucka

j3h wrote:

Flash1087 wrote:

...as much as I love the Veitch/Edwards look, it's just not The Question without some blue to it.

Soooooo, with that in mind, what do you think of Question Sanity and it's lack of Blue on the hero?  hmm

Frankly, even if I didn't like your Question's costume, I wouldn't try to call you on it just because your series itself is that good. You could slap old Vic into some sort of jester's costume and I'd still love it.

That said, I like it. It's probably closer to how The Question would dress were he to actually exist.


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#18 2007-06-02 09:37:58

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I like the weather girl's outfit the best.

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#19 2007-06-02 09:44:55

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HAHAHA. Oh, Eric....tsk tsk


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#20 2007-06-02 10:09:27

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Eric wrote:

I like the weather girl's outfit the best.

yeah, Vic would look great in that!  http://www.mazeguy.net/sad/vomit.gif


and Thank you Flash1087!
I'm glad you guys are enjoying the series...because if the regulars here weren't, I'd know I was doing something majorily wrong with the character.

And to bring this tread back to it's origins while making one last QS comment...Weds' ep4 has a cameo...http://www.mazeguy.net/silly/uninvolved.gif


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#21 2007-07-17 11:08:50

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Anyone see the just released cover on the latest DC solit for Crime Bible?  Yeah, she still looks *ridiculous* as the Question!

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#22 2007-07-17 12:37:25

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NoFaceGuy wrote:

Anyone see the just released cover on the latest DC solit for Crime Bible?  Yeah, she still looks *ridiculous* as the Question!

I actually like that cover.

And let's just say that I have some insider information, and that the trenchcoat and tie Montoya probably won't be the one you see in Crime Bible.

--Eric

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#23 2007-07-17 14:31:35

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Re: CRIME BIBLE featuring Montoya Question by Rucka

Eric wrote:

NoFaceGuy wrote:

Anyone see the just released cover on the latest DC solit for Crime Bible?  Yeah, she still looks *ridiculous* as the Question!

I actually like that cover.

And let's just say that I have some insider information, and that the trenchcoat and tie Montoya probably won't be the one you see in Crime Bible.

--Eric

I too like the cover. In fact, I love it. I'm becoming quite the Renee advocate roll


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#24 2007-07-18 05:42:43

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Yeah, the cover was kinda nice, although I could not see it very clearly...

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