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How do i mark quest items in Ultima Online?

To mark a quest item,first click on yourself once. Then click 'Toggle Quest Item'. Select your quest item, then, it is marked.

Is there a way to buy fake branded clothes from Turkey online?

Branded clothes are expensive because of quality. You can easily afford branded clothes. Just add some extra money. check theses websites for some good clothes.Crilya.com | Replika Çanta , Birebir Çanta , Taklit ÇantaTurkish wholesale clothesTOPMAN USA - Mens Fashion - Mens Clothing - Topman290 Square MetersOnline Fashion Destination

Where can I find the Deadpool comics online for free?

Read Deadpool Comics Online Free - Thisisdeadpool.com is a site i came across which is dedicated to deadpool. They have a large collection of deadpool comics and seem to add comics everyday, titles on there so far include:Cable & DeadpoolDeadpool – MAX Vol.1Deadpool – MAX Vol.2Deadpool – PulpDeadpool – Sins Of The PastDeadpool – Suicide KingsDeadpool – The Circle ChaseDeadpool – Wade Wilson’s WarDeadpool & Cable – Split Second Infinite ComicDeadpool Kills DeadpoolDeadpool Kills The Marvel UniverseDeadpool KillustratedDeadpool Vol.1Deadpool Vol.2Deadpool Vs GambitDeadpool Vs Old Man LoganNight Of The Living Deadpool

When does Naruto get his new outfit?

its the first episode of naruto shippuden, later it shows him and jiraiya go buy new clothes because his old clothes were tattered.

In DCUO where do you spend the seasonal Spooky bite rewards?

there's one vending machine in the Event instance itself, and another in the safehouse (police station or nightclub) where you pick up the open-world mission each day. :)

Why hasn't DC Comics attracted new readers with the "New 52?" Surveys shows that 95% of readers are male and only 5% are new. What can DC do to expand its reader base?

I'm one of the 5% that used the relaunch as an opportunity to finally get into comics after years of being on the outside, looking enviously in. Overall, I applaud DC for giving me the opportunity to jump on board, but I must admit that I quickly stopped buying the comics, even the titles I enjoyed.1) Price: It's been said before, but it bears repeating: I only buy digital, and the bucks still add up quickly. I was extremely confused when I paid for my first "Aquaman" (which was fantastic) and saw how short the thing was. For $3.99, I expected a lot more content.2) Uncertain release schedule: this is something everyone else probably knows, but as a n00b to the world of comics, it took me forever to understand that different titles come out at different times. I'm still not clear about what the schedule is, exactly.CommunityHere is the thing: I don't mind coughing up, but what I want in return is to feel like a part of something much larger than myself. I suspect a subscription model would work. I would love it if for $X a year I got privileged access to an entire living (digital) universe, which the comics would augment/complement. The current digital model feels like a vending machine, when what I want is a community.Storytelling that transcends platformsI'm also seduced by the idea of an entirely new universe, one with new myths, which understands that entertainment is now a multi-platform experience. A story that only plays out within a comic feels unnaturally siloed. How cool would it be if the comic were just one facet of a experience that involved a TV show, a MMOG, a series of novels and a Foursquare-powered location-based game? Different people would gravitate towards different channels, but an event on one plane could have potentially far-reaching consequences on the others. The world would be a living, evolving thing, available to everyone on their entertainment medium of choice. It would be a strange new form of collaborative world-building.Overall, I'm actually pretty excited by what is happening in the space. It might require a new publishing house to finally crack it, but I feel that we're on the precipice of something pretty amazing.