Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Experts approve

One of the foremost authorities on Qanon, NEON REVOLT, very much likes ALT-HERO:Q #1. He posted his initial reaction on Gab:
Wooooooow. This is actually really good!

Vox Day's Alt-Hero Q issue one, is now available for purchase through his Arkhaven Comics site, and on Amazon.

And as though it were by by some divine coincidence, it's written by Chuck Dixon, the guy who did a ton of work on The Punisher and Batman.

(I swear to god, none of this was planned).

This is an honest-to-goodness spy story, and possibly the first piece of fiction inspired by #QAnon, and man, it's a lot of fun.
And no, we don't mind patriots posting single panels or creating memes from the comic. WWG1WGA.

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Blogger Dave April 10, 2019 6:31 PM  

That's high praise, NR knows comics.

The coincidence is he had just been posting related to the Batman themed tweet by POTUS that was copystriked. Hilarious:

Also very good meme:

Blogger Teek-Lor April 10, 2019 6:58 PM  

Could not download it from the email (problem is on my side). So I just bought another copy! Problem solved.

Blogger Teleros April 10, 2019 7:01 PM  

Good to see NR giving AHQ the thumbs up - and yes, the coincidences WRT Chuck Dixon and all the Bane / Batman / Punisher memes really is something. I certainly enjoyed my copy - looking forwards to issue #2. To the Arkhaven comics team, good work all of you :) .

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OT, but a quick Brexit update. Looks like the EU is offering May an extension until October 31st, with a review of things in June. Per Tory party rules, Treasonous May cannot be challenged for the leadership until mid/late December, 12 months after the last leadership challenge. She also said earlier that she would stand down for the next stage of negotiations, but seeing as her Withdrawal Agreement hasn't been passed, we're not at that stage yet by her standards.

Still, that's 6.5 months, which ought to be enough time to fight a General Election and do all sorts of other fun things to force her out...

Blogger IncoherentM April 10, 2019 7:10 PM  

I'm no Q expert, but this is a great first issue. Top notch art and writing. Can't wait for the follow up issue(s). Happy to be a backer.

Blogger Rough Carrigan April 10, 2019 7:49 PM  

I just read it and had to download a program to do so as I'm not a kindle user or owner.

It was very good.

Blogger LP916 April 10, 2019 8:03 PM  

Wonderful that Gab is used for the Better. Thank you Neon R. for promoting the very best in comics!

Blogger werekoala2004 April 10, 2019 8:37 PM  

Fantastic first issue, really hit the ground running, as it were. Can't wait for more!

Blogger JG April 10, 2019 9:32 PM  

I knew AHQ would be good after the amazing start of Arkhaven Comics, but AHQ stunned me with its vibrant artwork and skillful storytelling.

Marvel and DC wish they could make a comic this good.

Blogger Disciple of Kek April 10, 2019 9:53 PM  

I just finished reading Issue #1 and I enjoyed it greatly. The art is breathtaking and the story is very captivating so far. This is the first comic I've ever purchased, by the way. Well done!

Blogger Robin April 10, 2019 11:05 PM  

What a blast! Fantastic art, and the Legend Chuck Dixon is in top form. Gripping from start to finish. Issue #2 can’t come soon enough for me.

Blogger Ingot9455 April 10, 2019 11:21 PM  

Brilliant artwork. Incredible text. Great attention to detail.

I am minded of a quote from Scott McCloud's UNDERSTANDING COMICS.

"Fresh out of college in 1982, I landed a job in DC's production department doing paste-up.

When I had a proposal for a comic of my own ready in late '83, I showed it to my bosses.

I would have sold my soul to have my own book. I would have slept on a bed of nails or walked through fire.

But by 1983 there was an idea gaining strength, even among us kids, that there were two things you should never give up. And when DC expressed some mild interest and asked what I would want in return, I told them.

'Well, I had hoped to, uh, retain copyright and trademark.'

Oh yeah, big chance of that!"

I get the feeling that this could be the book that Chuck Dixon slept on a bed of nails and walked through fire for. As for selling his soul, Vox is kind of like the bishop in Les Miserables - you think you might be selling your soul to the devil but you discover he's bought your soul for God.

Blogger CoolHand April 10, 2019 11:36 PM  

I just finished reading AH:Q#1 myself, and the plot and action are already better than pretty much any Bond movie I've ever seen.

It's much more serious than the campy Bond of the '60's so that's a tough comparison (for Bond, I mean, like bringing a rubber chicken to a gun fight), but it's far and away better so far than any of the modern "serious" Bond movies, IMO.

Well done all around guys.

Here's to hoping you can cap the triumph off with a mortal blow to IGG via a large settlement and/or punitive damages.

Blogger Grey Carter April 11, 2019 1:02 AM  

Original backer, just read AHQ#1, it's awesome. I could hear Magic Sword "In the Face of Evil" in my head as I read the last panel.

Blogger James Dixon April 11, 2019 5:25 AM  

> ... and yes, the coincidences WRT Chuck Dixon and all the Bane / Batman / Punisher memes really is something.

"There are no coincidences" - Q.

Blogger Rocklea Marina April 11, 2019 6:38 AM  

Outstanding first issue.

Blogger JonM April 11, 2019 9:57 AM  

The Legend is operating at the top of his game right now.

Blogger MendoScot April 11, 2019 10:23 AM  

Great stuff! And remember folk, if you enjoyed it, review it on amazon.

Blogger James Dixon April 11, 2019 12:23 PM  

> And remember folk, if you enjoyed it, review it on amazon.

Thanks for the reminder. Done. This one is five stars all the way.

Blogger Randomatos April 11, 2019 10:06 PM  

Truly excellent kick-off to the series. Looking forward to seeing how it progresses!

Blogger Avalanche April 12, 2019 6:15 PM  

Neon Revolt hits it out of the park again on his Gab account. He writes:
Just on the surface: You can't claim on one hand that Israel is a secular Democracy, and therefore deserves to be our ally, and then flip and say, no, no, it's a Religious ethnostate made up of a majority of a persecuted people-group, and therefore, deserves our unending support. These things are mutually exclusive. They're like two completely separate circles on a Venn diagram, with no overlap. You have to choose, because they can't be both at the same time:

Do you support a secular Democracy, or a Religious Ethnostate?

But if you support a foreign ethnostate, you better be prepared to extend support for ethnostates elsewhere in the world - including domestically at home. Zionism is explicitly the notion of a Jewish Ethnostate. There's no way to skirt around that.

So if its good enough for the goose, it better be good enough for the gander.

But the real issue here is that this doesn't even begin to cover the "Greater Israel" concept in Zionism, wherein, the real heavy-duty Zionists consider all of the "Promised Land" as theirs: from entire chunks of Egypt, to a massive expanse of Saudi Arabia, all of Jordan, all of Syria, parts of Turkey, and fully half of Iraq as their own; as Greater Israel.


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