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Today’s update brings some small tweaks and additions to the site structure since the DC update isn’t quite ready yet.

First of all, I added a “Comment” link that also turns into a comment count (if the book has any discussion on it) right onto the reading order pages.

This increased the size of that segment, so I tweaked the others accordingly and changed “Info” to “More Info” and “CBDB” to “CBDB Entry.” “Review” has also been changed to “TRO Review” and moved to the top (remaining bold). The CBDB and TRO Review links will only appear when available, of course.

If you didn’t follow any of that, you should be able to see what I mean by looking at any random reading order page.

We’re also updated to WordPress 3.1.2 and a couple of the plugins (caching mainly) have been updated as well. As always, let me know if you see any weirdness with any of this.

There are also a few database updates to mention.

The following Marvel releases were added by Marc and are now placed on the Unplaced Books list until I have a chance to technically place them in the system (or until we figure out the contents.):

Evolutionary War Omnibus
Marvel Masterworks: Golden Age Marvel Comics Vol. 6
Spider-Man: The Next Chapter Vol. 1
X-Men by Chris Claremont and Jim Lee Omnibus Vol. 1
Spider-Man: The Vengeance of Venom

Also, I made a tiny change to the listed contents of Civil War: Fantastic Four, just putting in some spaces around the “Young Avengers / Runaway” slash so it line breaks more gracefully on the reading order pages.

That’s it for now, back to working on some of the upcoming reviews and the DC update. You’ll get to see whichever one I finish first soon!

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  1. avatar Eric wrote on at April 28, 2011 4:17 pm:

    Im a little excited for X-Men by Chris Claremont and Jim Lee Omnibus Vol. 1, Has anyone read this period? Is it any good?


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  1. Marc
    wrote on at April 28, 2011 9:11 pm:

    It depends what you want out of an X-Men story. For me, it's enjoyable in a “so bad it's good” kind of way. It's heavily entrenched in continuity and the writing is pretty bloated for the most part, but the art is generally pretty good. But that's the era of the X-Men that I grew up reading, and it entertains and fascinates me from that perspective. So it's a good buy for me personally (I preordered mine already), but I definitely don't think it's for everyone.


  2. Ian Aleksander Adams
    wrote on at April 28, 2011 10:15 pm:

    So what do you guys think about the comment counts? Getting too packed on the RO pages? Good info to have? I hope it will encourage commenting or let people know when there is additional info.


  3. Eric
    wrote on at April 28, 2011 11:08 pm:

    I think its great, sorry if I got way off base :) I think it will pull me into a lot of discussion seeing that.



  4. Ian Aleksander Adams
    wrote on at May 13, 2011 9:23 am:

    I hope so. It's too bad I can't get those comments to count towards the forum comment ratings, though


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