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  1. Yeah isnt it basically complete ck2 for 15 quids or something absolutely stupid. Get on that you idiots. Literally the bargain of our entire lives
  2. I was really underwhelmed watching the Pax east footage posted earlier in the thread, so gonna hold off watching anything else until release I think. The previews I've read all sound really good tho.
  3. I haven't read LA Conf or White Jazz, I hear they resemble the Underworld USA books in terms of machinegun prose? Gonna give them a go this summer I think. I've got BN/LAC/WJ in a super thicc collected edition is the only thing and it's a chore to hold above my face in bed before I go to sleep
  4. What a sad shame. Absolutely loved TNO/TOB/TNC and was well up for giving this a cooperative bash with one of my pals. Glad I held off before buying.
  5. Don't think so. It looks like a sequel to me. Were those squids? So potentially a sequel to Moore's original rather than the Snyder desecration.
  6. It's certainly a different kind of fantasy world to the usual medieval western Europe type affair. It's definitely more of a Morrowind than an Oblivion.
  7. First hundred pages of TDTCB seemed very dense with references to about 8 or 9 different political factions and a lot to take in, but now it's settled down into a very compelling multi POV grimdark fantasy number. Glad I took the plunge
  8. No it's the shrike's spikey bellend
  9. I'm kinda sad my burly saxophone man crush Big Col Stetson isn't doing the soundtrack again. I'll still watch it in the cinema but probably with a sp404 loaded with different samples of reverb drenched foghorns I'll trigger at key parts of the film
  10. R Scott Bakker's Prince Of Nothing series. Worth a read? Just polished off Anna Smith Spark's The Tower Of Living & Dying (a worthy sequel to The Court Of Broken Knives, which I also enjoyed) and she seems to cite RSB's books as influences in interviews. Might take the plunge on the first book
  11. Karl Urban sounds like Dick Van Dyke in Mary Poppins
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    The Jazz Thread

    Sorry for late reply, I eschew notifications. Malcolm Catto, Moses Boyd and a stack of library musicians. Can't remember where I read that, maybe a post Gilles Peterson shared on the book of faces or some similar source.
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