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PostPosted: Thu Nov 19, 2009 5:50 pm 
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9CCF2Kbwvlw&feature=fvhl

Holy shit! Just pause at 0:02 and look! This guy literally has the comic laid out on his wall.


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HOLEEEEE SHIT.

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I remember seeing something like this at the Watchmen display at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Arts in New York City. They had this pillar with all of the parts of the book attached all around it. It was really cool.

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Godziller66 wrote:
I remember seeing something like this at the Watchmen display at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Arts in New York City. They had this pillar with all of the parts of the book attached all around it. It was really cool.


well that's cool, but right now we're being jealous of RayWilliamJohnson. focus on the present man, the past gets you nowhere, except in history class but that's not an excuse.


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Godziller66 wrote:
I remember seeing something like this at the Watchmen display at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Arts in New York City. They had this pillar with all of the parts of the book attached all around it. It was really cool.


well that's cool, but right now we're being jealous of RayWilliamJohnson. focus on the present man, the past gets you nowhere, except in history class but that's not an excuse.

The pillar was indeed cooler. I could do that to my wall if I wanted to.

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Godziller66 wrote:
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Godziller66 wrote:
I remember seeing something like this at the Watchmen display at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Arts in New York City. They had this pillar with all of the parts of the book attached all around it. It was really cool.


well that's cool, but right now we're being jealous of RayWilliamJohnson. focus on the present man, the past gets you nowhere, except in history class but that's not an excuse.

The pillar was indeed cooler. I could do that to my wall if I wanted to.



then why don't you?

Would you search for individual pages from the web or buy the comic and cut it up? I WANT TO SEE RESULTS, GODZILLER!

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tbone wrote:
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Godziller66 wrote:
I remember seeing something like this at the Watchmen display at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Arts in New York City. They had this pillar with all of the parts of the book attached all around it. It was really cool.


well that's cool, but right now we're being jealous of RayWilliamJohnson. focus on the present man, the past gets you nowhere, except in history class but that's not an excuse.

The pillar was indeed cooler. I could do that to my wall if I wanted to.



then why don't you?

Would you search for individual pages from the web or buy the comic and cut it up? I WANT TO SEE RESULTS, GODZILLER!

LoL I already have stuff all over my wall and I don't think that the end result would be worth the work.

But if I did do it then I would buy the book and carefully cut it up.

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Did he cut up two copies of the GN so he'd get both sides of each page up there? Hmmm...

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I gotta go to work, but I do have some wallpapers like that. Will post them as soon as I get back.

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Mister Pain wrote:
Did he cut up two copies of the GN so he'd get both sides of each page up there? Hmmm...

I hadn't even considered that. I suppose someone would have to use two.

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If he did use two, that would've taken a shitload of time. The kind of time only a COMIC BOOK FAN HAS! (Speaking from experience of course.)

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If he did use two, that would've taken a shitload of time. The kind of time only a COMIC BOOK FAN HAS! (Speaking from experience of course.)

Now I want to do it just because I feel like it's a challenge. I would, too, if I had a bunch of blank walls to work with.

Alas.

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Indeed. The perfect crimson woe of it all! I don't even have enough room for my new Bob Dylan poster, let alone an entire comic. It'll have to go on the ceiling.

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:o But that would mean unworthy feet treading on the Bobmeister's face! Though Watchmen is so big it would have to go on the floor too.

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I'd say I live in a normal sized house. (2 stories, attic, basement) but all of the space is taken up. Like Rionymesh, I don't even have enough room for any more posters. I could put it across my ceiling but that would be ridiculously difficult.

Stupid gravity...

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I am considering a framed microfiche. No one but me would know what it is. Isn't that the hight of cool?


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Haha, I had to google what that was. I think anyone's room would have their cool factor doubled by having that in it. But you wouldn't be able to read it.

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i could do it... in my mother's or sister's rooms. but not mine.


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Godziller66 wrote:
I'd say I live in a normal sized house. (2 stories, attic, basement)

What's the address?

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