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I had gotten volume 1, but have decided not to get the others. I love them, but the entertainment is too short for the price paid! LOL SEriously, netflix is considering continuing the X files... I wonder if we can petition them to take on Millennium?

"I smell blood and an era of prominent madmen"

W. H. Auden
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I've purchased all five issues, really like the artwork. :)

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"We worry...we wait...who´s gonna see a different future?"
Frank Black

"Are you aware how often you use negative associated words?"
"No, I don´t neither."

Jose Chung´s Doomsday Defense

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I've purchased all five issues, really like the artwork. :)

I totally agree, the artwork is awesome. Do we know if there's going to be more?

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"Time is too slow for those who wait; too swift for those who fear;

too long for  those who grieve; too short for those who rejoice.

But for those who love, time is eternity."

(Jane Fellowes)

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I loved the artwork and it was very loyal to the series but it just wasn't long enough to explore much. Felt like like it barely got started. Maybe it was testing the waters for interest. I hope more is incoming from IDW, maybe take a virtual season approach. Can't be too choosey though, it was wonderful to have Millennium again even in comic shortform.

Seven and One [3.19]

:"Frank Black" (voiceover): I've been given the gift of insight, of seeing in the dark and seeing into the darkness of men's hearts and minds. I know what evil is. I've seen it, felt it, tasted it, inhaled the demon breath of its ancient powers. The same powers that have been prophesied through history and which are now marshalling. Who is witness to this? Have we stopped listening to the prophets, the seers and the sayers? I have misjudged my gift. If I see in the darkness it's because there is light. And it is the light which guides me now. The light that will not go out, that will lead us out of the dark night, if we let ourselves feel this, too. It will protect me, as it protects those around me. Even as the ancient forces try to steal our breaths. Seven years of trials and tribulations. Seven plus one, the prophets tell us. Is this the end? The last year of this peace? Or the beginning?

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I have the first one in the comic series.  I stopped at that.  I just can't follow  comics like I can the written word or a tv episode...

 

You know, I saw a comment while searching for the end of this thread.. In Season 1 Frank was not psychic.  But,  "midnight of the century" shows us he is, or that he sees things, not like his mother but he sees things. His daughter sees like his mother, like Lara Means.  So they have something  beyond the 5 senses, Frank  does too.  He might not be "psychic"  in teh sense we know of, but he has visions, he sees demons, and  and can see fetches.  He has some supernatural sight of some kind.

"I smell blood and an era of prominent madmen"

W. H. Auden
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I managed to finish the series with the last issue as an iPad download. I thought it was interestingly put together but could have been a little longer than 4-5 issues. The return of Butler was a nice touch and bringing the Group back on the good side with Frankie was a long time coming. I liked it when he was with the Group, not outside of it. As for him being psychic, it's a given that he is, including his daughter. I think it's a generational thing in his family that's carried on over the centuries, perhaps early on with the Millennium Group knew of his ancestors. 

I do agree with the sentiment that IDW is feeling this out and should continue his story. They should make him the new Old Man of the group versus the other splinter faction to square things up. Perhaps Mabius should be the next focus of the story, now that Lucy's been dealt with. 

This is who we are!

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I thought they did reasonably well, compared to season 10 of the x files?

Seven and One [3.19]

:"Frank Black" (voiceover): I've been given the gift of insight, of seeing in the dark and seeing into the darkness of men's hearts and minds. I know what evil is. I've seen it, felt it, tasted it, inhaled the demon breath of its ancient powers. The same powers that have been prophesied through history and which are now marshalling. Who is witness to this? Have we stopped listening to the prophets, the seers and the sayers? I have misjudged my gift. If I see in the darkness it's because there is light. And it is the light which guides me now. The light that will not go out, that will lead us out of the dark night, if we let ourselves feel this, too. It will protect me, as it protects those around me. Even as the ancient forces try to steal our breaths. Seven years of trials and tribulations. Seven plus one, the prophets tell us. Is this the end? The last year of this peace? Or the beginning?

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The only thing that I don't get is the rapist guy who falls down of the window, it seems that Jordan is the one who pushes him... And I don't like that. At first I didn't like the idea of her being in the group, but this seems a benevolent group anyway. It's a shame that the comics won't continue, because there are things which need to be explained. I hope the new season of X-Files gives some burst to Frank's story.

Greetings from Spain!

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