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Christopher Garrett "Comic Book Guy" (Chester, UK)

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Fat and Blood
Fat and Blood
by S. Weir Mitchell
Edition: Paperback
Price: £4.49

1.0 out of 5 stars Extremely Poor Production, 14 Feb. 2016
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This edition completely lacks any sort of publication data or page numbering, making it impossible to cite in an academic text. Avoid if your interest is scholarly (and let's be honest - who else is this going to be of interest to at this point?).

Behringer C-1 Studio Condenser Microphone
Behringer C-1 Studio Condenser Microphone
Price: £36.00

1 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Nice build quality, poor in usability out of the box, 20 Jan. 2012
As expected from Behringer the build quality on this microphone is second to none - it's solid without being unnecessarily heavy and comes with an adapter to ensure it fits to more or less any mic stand. I have to criticise its usability however - it comes with no XLR cables, so please ensure you either have one or purchase one along with it, and the accompanying instruction manual comes in all languages except for English, making it difficult to determine how to set it up in order to be hitting the proper "sweet spot" of the mic. Real shame - though for the price one can't complain too hard.
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House Of M: World Of M Featuring Wolverine TPB (Graphic Novel Pb)
House Of M: World Of M Featuring Wolverine TPB (Graphic Novel Pb)
by Daniel Way
Edition: Paperback

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Weak entry in otherwise excellent series, 6 Jun. 2009
I love the Wolverine books with a flaming passion, but this run was particularly woeful. Daniel Way does as best he can with what he's given but this AOA-reminiscent, corporate version of Wolvie just doesn't fly. The character comes over as stiff and constrained, and the story constructed around him is so off the wall that it comes close to dragging down the rest of House of M. Only shining light in this collection is the inclusion of Captain America #10, a genuinely interesting story penned by the always reliable Ed Brubaker. Pick it up to complete your set, otherwise avoid.

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