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    Default Project Luna: 1957 - London Super Comic Con Launch

    Next month is the London Super Comic Con. I'll be there, with Dan Hart, to report back for Bleeding Cool.

    But we get a sneak peek today. With Project Luna: 1957 by Martin Hayes and Jim Boswell, launching at the show from Markosia.
















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    Looks like 1947 to me.

    Two major screwups in headers in two days? Someone needs some caffeine...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lou View Post
    Looks like 1947 to me.

    Two major screwups in headers in two days? Someone needs some caffeine...
    Thanks! Glad I saw this!

    If you do see problems, and they do happen, why not email me, PM me, tweet me or post on the Complaints and Corrections thread? It means I'm far more likely to see the problem in question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Johnston View Post
    Thanks! Glad I saw this!

    If you do see problems, and they do happen, why not email me, PM me, tweet me or post on the Complaints and Corrections thread? It means I'm far more likely to see the problem in question.
    Will do! Thanks.

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    I've never heard of AAM/Markosia before, but I have to say this looks pretty damn cool.

    Well, of course it's 1947 -- the first sighting by Kenneth Arnold at Mt. Ranier. His description of the craft, that they flew like saucers skipping across water, gave us the popular term "flying saucers". As a fan of both Saucer Country and Mars Attacks, I can tell I'm gonna love this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Johnston View Post
    If you do see problems, and they do happen, why not email me, PM me, tweet me or post on the Complaints and Corrections thread? It means I'm far more likely to see the problem in question.
    ...What? And eliminate the only hook we have besides complaining about my posts to get you to keep up with the forums? Perish the thought, Rich!

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