Re-Reading HARD Corps #30

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Re-Reading HARD Corps #30

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So glad it's all over...

/Magnus

(actually slightly better than the last few issues, but still...)

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magnusr wrote:So glad it's all over...

/Magnus

(actually slightly better than the last few issues, but still...)
exactly what I was thinking...

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Post by xodacia81 »

"The horror...the horror..." can we all breathe, now? Yes. Good. I believe we can all agree it was best this one wrapped up. It had devolved into something worse than agregious. It was sickeningly putrid.

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Post by Crimebuster Deluxe »

I will give the quote of the series to Shakespeare's "Don't mangle the bard at me Siggy!". Other than that this issue was a total waste.


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