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Old 12-22-03, 02:23 PM
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Queen and Country by Uni Press (Rucka) questions

Can someone tell me the reading order for the Queen and Country tradepaperbacks? I want to use the dynamic forces $25 coupon and want to know which to get first.
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Queen & Country, Vol. 1: Operation: Broken Ground
Queen & Country, Vol. 2: Operation: Morningstar
Queen & Country, Vol. 3: Operation: Crystal Ball

Crocker "prequel" side-story:
Queen & Country: Declassified Vol. 1
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I didn't notice the volume numbers.

My bad.
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greydt forgot to list Queen & Country, Vol. 4: Operation Blackwell which has been my favorite Q & C story so far, barely beating out the wonderful Declassified mini-series that was a feature for my personal favorite character Paul Crocker.

Q & C has become my favorite comic book being published right now (now that Catwoman has dreadful art). It's probably the most heavily researched on-going comic being published. Also of note, all 4 trades are available in limited edition hardcovers that are really wroth the extra $ IMO b/c of how nice they look. But I am a bit bias, I'm a sucker for Hardcovers.

Also, the company that publishes Q & C is "Oni Press". Hope you dig the series J.P., I think you will.
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Did someone just call Paul Gulacy art dreadful? I'm shocked! Though I haven't seen the issues in question - I'm a fan of his master of kung-fu and Batman work.

Also, don't know where they fit continuity wise, but I would also recommend the 2 volumes of Whiteout.
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There are just too many damn comics to buy. I'm already reading 8 monthly comics, plus all the trades I've missed. Good god!
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Queen and Country is just an amazing book. Whiteout too. If you like Rucka's comic work, you should check out his Atticus Kodiak series of bodyguard novels. Great books!

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