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    Enigma by Peter Milligan and Duncan Fegredo. A psycho-sexual examination of loneliness, obsession, and need done through the spectrum of superheroes. Plus, who the hell is telling this story anyway?

    Since the list is getting long, I'm only going to list the last twenty:

    60) Wolverine LS
    61) Slaine: The Horned God
    62) Jack Kirby's Fourth World saga
    63) Master of Kung Fu
    64) Scalped
    65) Fantastic Four-Byrne
    66) Justice League by Giffen & DeMatteis
    67) The Weirdo-era R. Crumb stories
    68) Our Fighting Forces #152
    69) "Legion of Super-Heroes" in Adventure #s 300-380.
    70) Little Lulu by John Stanley
    71) The USS Stevens stories of Sam Glanzman
    72) Batman: "The Jungle Cat Queen" Detective 211
    73) Incredible Hulk-Peter David
    74) Spectre by Ostrander/Mandrake
    75) The Zabime Sisters by Aristophane
    76) Brat Pack-Veitch
    77) Enigma by Milligan and Fegredo

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    60) Wolverine LS
    61) Slaine: The Horned God
    62) Jack Kirby's Fourth World saga
    63) Master of Kung Fu
    64) Scalped
    65) Fantastic Four-Byrne
    66) Justice League by Giffen & DeMatteis
    67) The Weirdo-era R. Crumb stories
    68) Our Fighting Forces #152
    69) "Legion of Super-Heroes" in Adventure #s 300-380.
    70) Little Lulu by John Stanley
    71) The USS Stevens stories of Sam Glanzman
    72) Batman: "The Jungle Cat Queen" Detective 211
    73) Incredible Hulk-Peter David
    74) Spectre by Ostrander/Mandrake
    75) The Zabime Sisters by Aristophane
    76) Brat Pack-Veitch
    77) Enigma by Milligan and Fegredo
    78) The Authority by Ellis and Hitch

    So I'll forego the Great Darkness Saga cos Dan gave us 81 issues of Adventure awesomeness, but I cant let everyone out of here without getting in a book that completely blew my mind when it came out. Warren Ellis was at the height of his powers, and Bryan Hitch...OMG Bryan Hitch he be quite a nifty drawer that fulla.
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    Strange Tales #130-141

    Two of Kirby's greatest Silver Age epics, Dr. Strange's surprisingly dark Dormammu Saga and (starting five issues later) Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD's first (and arguably most memorable) HYDRA storyline, both climaxing in parallel in #141. Damn powerful stuff, plus you get the whole introduction of the Agent of SHIELD feature in #135, which has always been memorable to me, as well as Kirby and Ditko art back-to-back in one book.




    1. Astro City
    2. Cerebus
    3. X-Men (Claremont)
    4. Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos (44-81) & Annual #4
    5. Eightball
    6. Jingle Jangle Tales
    7. Maus
    8. The Immortal Superman (Action Comics #385-387)
    9. Conan the Barbarian
    10.Preacher
    11. Avengers- Busiek/Perez
    12. Sandman Mystery Theater
    13. Alan Moore's Swamp Thing
    14. Howard Chaykin's American Flagg!
    15. Usagi Yojimbo
    16. Bone
    17. The Spirit by Will Eisner
    18. Eddie Campbell's Alec
    19. Hawkworld, especially #s 1-14
    20. Strangers in Paradise, "I Dream of You"
    21. Sandman
    22. Daredevil by Frank Miller
    23. Wolfman/Perez New Teen Titans
    24. Jim Starlin's Dreadstar
    25. Lee-Kirby FANTASTIC FOUR
    26. All star superman Morrison
    27. Gilbert Hernandez's "Palomar" cycle from Love & Rockets
    28. Thor-Simonson
    29. Manhunter--Goodwin & Simonson
    30. Lee/Ditko Spider-Man
    31. Simon & Kirby's Young Romance
    32. Planetary
    33. Promethea
    34. Harvey Kurtzman's MAD
    35. Thanos saga by Jim Starlin
    36. Box Office Poison
    37. Jim Shooter's Valiant Universe
    38. Englehart, Rogers, and Austin's run on Detective
    39. Hicksville by Dylan Horrocks
    40. Zot! by Scott McCloud
    41. Walt Kelly's Pogo stories in Animal Comics
    42. The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck
    43. Hellboy by Mike Mignola
    44. Astonishing X-Men, the Joss Whedon run
    45. V for Vendetta
    46. Steve Gerber's Howard the Duck
    47. Jack Kirby's Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth
    48. Charley's War
    49) Hard Time
    50) Spectacular Spider-Man: Death of Jean DeWollf
    51) Roy Thomas Avengers #51-71, Special #2
    52) Tintin
    53) Yotsuba & !
    54) Suicide Squad (original run by John Ostrander)
    55) Fabulous Fury Freak Brothers
    56) Nexus
    57) Fables #1-75
    58) Watchmen
    59) Kingdom Come
    60) Wolverine LS
    61) Slaine: The Horned God
    62) Jack Kirby's Fourth World saga
    63) Master of Kung Fu
    64) Scalped
    65) Fantastic Four-Byrne
    66) Justice League by Giffen & DeMatteis
    67) The Weirdo-era R. Crumb stories
    68) Our Fighting Forces #152
    69) "Legion of Super-Heroes" in Adventure #s 300-380.
    70) Little Lulu by John Stanley
    71) The USS Stevens stories of Sam Glanzman
    72) Batman: "The Jungle Cat Queen" Detective 211
    73) Incredible Hulk-Peter David
    74) Spectre by Ostrander/Mandrake
    75) The Zabime Sisters by Aristophane
    76) Brat Pack-Veitch
    77) Enigma by Milligan and Fegredo
    78) The Authority by Ellis and Hitch
    79) Strange Tales #130-141

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    If you're gonna mention Kirby's SHIELD run, I gotta add Jim Steranko's run. Some of the best artwork of the 60s.

    51) Roy Thomas Avengers #51-71, Special #2
    52) Tintin
    53) Yotsuba & !
    54) Suicide Squad (original run by John Ostrander)
    55) Fabulous Fury Freak Brothers
    56) Nexus
    57) Fables #1-75
    58) Watchmen
    59) Kingdom Come
    60) Wolverine LS
    61) Slaine: The Horned God
    62) Jack Kirby's Fourth World saga
    63) Master of Kung Fu
    64) Scalped
    65) Fantastic Four-Byrne
    66) Justice League by Giffen & DeMatteis
    67) The Weirdo-era R. Crumb stories
    68) Our Fighting Forces #152
    69) "Legion of Super-Heroes" in Adventure #s 300-380.
    70) Little Lulu by John Stanley
    71) The USS Stevens stories of Sam Glanzman
    72) Batman: "The Jungle Cat Queen" Detective 211
    73) Incredible Hulk-Peter David
    74) Spectre by Ostrander/Mandrake
    75) The Zabime Sisters by Aristophane
    76) Brat Pack-Veitch
    77) Enigma by Milligan and Fegredo
    78) The Authority by Ellis and Hitch
    79) Strange Tales #130-141
    80) Strange Tales #151-168, Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD 1-3, 5(Steranko's run)
    Intellect and Romance over Brute Force and Cynicism!

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    51) Roy Thomas Avengers #51-71, Special #2
    52) Tintin
    53) Yotsuba & !
    54) Suicide Squad (original run by John Ostrander)
    55) Fabulous Fury Freak Brothers
    56) Nexus
    57) Fables #1-75
    58) Watchmen
    59) Kingdom Come
    60) Wolverine LS
    61) Slaine: The Horned God
    62) Jack Kirby's Fourth World saga
    63) Master of Kung Fu
    64) Scalped
    65) Fantastic Four-Byrne
    66) Justice League by Giffen & DeMatteis
    67) The Weirdo-era R. Crumb stories
    68) Our Fighting Forces #152
    69) "Legion of Super-Heroes" in Adventure #s 300-380.
    70) Little Lulu by John Stanley
    71) The USS Stevens stories of Sam Glanzman
    72) Batman: "The Jungle Cat Queen" Detective 211
    73) Incredible Hulk-Peter David
    74) Spectre by Ostrander/Mandrake
    75) The Zabime Sisters by Aristophane
    76) Brat Pack-Veitch
    77) Enigma by Milligan and Fegredo
    78) The Authority by Ellis and Hitch
    79) Strange Tales #130-141
    80) Strange Tales #151-168, Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD 1-3, 5(Steranko's run)
    81) Starman
    At last, Boy Comics finally gets its own website!

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    82. Kona (Dell Comics/breathtaking Sam Glanzman art)
    83. From Hell (Moore Campbell)
    84. Blazing Combat (Warren)

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    Ok just a reminder of the guidelines, post the whole list so we can see the whole thing and make sure we avoid duplicates and one addition per post, you can suggest more but someone else must post between your suggestions.

    I'm adding Englehart's run on Dr. Strange with Frank Brunner-amazing art and mind-blowing cosmic goodness from Englehart.


    1. Astro City
    2. Cerebus
    3. X-Men (Claremont)
    4. Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos (44-81) & Annual #4
    5. Eightball
    6. Jingle Jangle Tales
    7. Maus
    8. The Immortal Superman (Action Comics #385-387)
    9. Conan the Barbarian
    10.Preacher
    11. Avengers- Busiek/Perez
    12. Sandman Mystery Theater
    13. Alan Moore's Swamp Thing
    14. Howard Chaykin's American Flagg!
    15. Usagi Yojimbo
    16. Bone
    17. The Spirit by Will Eisner
    18. Eddie Campbell's Alec
    19. Hawkworld, especially #s 1-14
    20. Strangers in Paradise, "I Dream of You"
    21. Sandman by Neil Gaiman
    22. Daredevil by Frank Miller
    23. Wolfman/Perez New Teen Titans
    24. Jim Starlin's Dreadstar
    25. Lee-Kirby FANTASTIC FOUR
    26. All star superman Morrison
    27. Gilbert Hernandez's "Palomar" cycle from Love & Rockets
    28. Thor-Simonson
    29. Manhunter--Goodwin & Simonson
    30. Lee/Ditko Spider-Man
    31. Simon & Kirby's Young Romance
    32. Planetary
    33. Promethea
    34. Harvey Kurtzman's MAD
    35. Thanos saga by Jim Starlin
    36. Box Office Poison
    37. Jim Shooter's Valiant Universe
    38. Englehart, Rogers, and Austin's run on Detective
    39. Hicksville by Dylan Horrocks
    40. Zot! by Scott McCloud
    41. Walt Kelly's Pogo stories in Animal Comics
    42. The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck
    43. Hellboy by Mike Mignola
    44. Astonishing X-Men, the Joss Whedon run
    45. V for Vendetta
    46. Steve Gerber's Howard the Duck
    47. Jack Kirby's Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth
    48. Charley's War
    49) Hard Time
    50) Spectacular Spider-Man: Death of Jean DeWollf
    51) Roy Thomas Avengers #51-71, Special #2
    52) Tintin
    53) Yotsuba & !
    54) Suicide Squad (original run by John Ostrander)
    55) Fabulous Fury Freak Brothers
    56) Nexus
    57) Fables #1-75
    58) Watchmen
    59) Kingdom Come
    60) Wolverine LS
    61) Slaine: The Horned God
    62) Jack Kirby's Fourth World saga
    63) Master of Kung Fu
    64) Scalped
    65) Fantastic Four-Byrne
    66) Justice League by Giffen & DeMatteis
    67) The Weirdo-era R. Crumb stories
    68) Our Fighting Forces #152
    69) "Legion of Super-Heroes" in Adventure #s 300-380.
    70) Little Lulu by John Stanley
    71) The USS Stevens stories of Sam Glanzman
    72) Batman: "The Jungle Cat Queen" Detective 211
    73) Incredible Hulk-Peter David
    74) Spectre by Ostrander/Mandrake
    75) The Zabime Sisters by Aristophane
    76) Brat Pack-Veitch
    77) Enigma by Milligan and Fegredo
    78) The Authority by Ellis and Hitch
    79) Strange Tales #130-141
    80) Strange Tales #151-168, Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD 1-3, 5(Steranko's run)
    81) Starman
    82. Kona (Dell Comics/breathtaking Sam Glanzman art)
    83. From Hell (Moore Campbell)
    84. Blazing Combat (Warren)
    85. Dr. Strange by Englehart & Brunner
    Last edited by MRP; 04-12-2012 at 08:34 PM.
    A lunatic is easily recognized...You can tell him by the liberties he takes with common sense...and by the fact that sooner or later he brings up the Templars.
    -Umberto Eco

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    hmm maybe when the list is done we can do a copy of it with the username of each poster next to their suggestions so we know who suggested what, and who to thank if we ge tturne don to a comic run or story we never read before.

    -M
    A lunatic is easily recognized...You can tell him by the liberties he takes with common sense...and by the fact that sooner or later he brings up the Templars.
    -Umberto Eco

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    For 21. Sandman and 81. Starman I have a good guess which one they mean, but I'm not 100% certain.

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    Slam confirmed the Sandman was the Gaiman run when I asked him.

    I think it was Scott Harris who nominated Starman-Scott is it the James Robinson series or one of the others?

    -M
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    -Umberto Eco

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRP View Post
    I'm adding Englehart's run on Dr. Strange with Frank Brunner-amazing art and mind-blowing cosmic goodness from Englehart.
    How far in? I enjoyed the Marvel Premiere stuff, was thoroughly bored by the first issue of the self-titled volume, and didn't have the heart to press on further. Am I missing anything awesome?

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    This will probably be the last entry I can make, so I better make it a good one. Tough choice.

    1. Astro City
    2. Cerebus
    3. X-Men (Claremont)
    4. Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos (44-81) & Annual #4
    5. Eightball
    6. Jingle Jangle Tales
    7. Maus
    8. The Immortal Superman (Action Comics #385-387)
    9. Conan the Barbarian
    10.Preacher
    11. Avengers- Busiek/Perez
    12. Sandman Mystery Theater
    13. Alan Moore's Swamp Thing
    14. Howard Chaykin's American Flagg!
    15. Usagi Yojimbo
    16. Bone
    17. The Spirit by Will Eisner
    18. Eddie Campbell's Alec
    19. Hawkworld, especially #s 1-14
    20. Strangers in Paradise, "I Dream of You"
    21. Sandman
    22. Daredevil by Frank Miller
    23. Wolfman/Perez New Teen Titans
    24. Jim Starlin's Dreadstar
    25. Lee-Kirby FANTASTIC FOUR
    26. All star superman Morrison
    27. Gilbert Hernandez's "Palomar" cycle from Love & Rockets
    28. Thor-Simonson
    29. Manhunter--Goodwin & Simonson
    30. Lee/Ditko Spider-Man
    31. Simon & Kirby's Young Romance
    32. Planetary
    33. Promethea
    34. Harvey Kurtzman's MAD
    35. Thanos saga by Jim Starlin
    36. Box Office Poison
    37. Jim Shooter's Valiant Universe
    38. Englehart, Rogers, and Austin's run on Detective
    39. Hicksville by Dylan Horrocks
    40. Zot! by Scott McCloud
    41. Walt Kelly's Pogo stories in Animal Comics
    42. The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck
    43. Hellboy by Mike Mignola
    44. Astonishing X-Men, the Joss Whedon run
    45. V for Vendetta
    46. Steve Gerber's Howard the Duck
    47. Jack Kirby's Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth
    48. Charley's War
    49. Hard Time
    50. Spectacular Spider-Man: Death of Jean DeWollf
    51. Roy Thomas Avengers #51-71, Special #2
    52. Tintin
    53. Yotsuba & !
    54. Suicide Squad (original run by John Ostrander)
    55. Fabulous Fury Freak Brothers
    56. Nexus
    57. Fables #1-75
    58. Watchmen
    59. Kingdom Come
    60. Wolverine LS
    61. Slaine: The Horned God
    62. Jack Kirby's Fourth World saga
    63. Master of Kung Fu
    64. Scalped
    65. Fantastic Four-Byrne
    66. Justice League by Giffen & DeMatteis
    67. The Weirdo-era R. Crumb stories
    68. Our Fighting Forces #152
    69. "Legion of Super-Heroes" in Adventure #s 300-380.
    70. Little Lulu by John Stanley
    71. The USS Stevens stories of Sam Glanzman
    72. Batman: "The Jungle Cat Queen" Detective 211
    73. Incredible Hulk-Peter David
    74. Spectre by Ostrander/Mandrake
    75. The Zabime Sisters by Aristophane
    76. Brat Pack-Veitch
    77. Enigma by Milligan and Fegredo
    78. The Authority by Ellis and Hitch
    79. Strange Tales #130-141
    80. Strange Tales #151-168, Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD 1-3, 5(Steranko's run)
    81. Starman
    82. Kona (Dell Comics/breathtaking Sam Glanzman art)
    83. From Hell (Moore Campbell)
    84. Blazing Combat (Warren)
    85. Dr. Strange by Englehart & Brunner
    86. Sheldon Mayer's Sugar and Spike

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaxper View Post
    How far in? I enjoyed the Marvel Premiere stuff, was thoroughly bored by the first issue of the self-titled volume, and didn't have the heart to press on further. Am I missing anything awesome?
    I enjoyed the Marvel Premiere Run and pretty much all of Englehart's run until he left midstory when he was exploring the occult history of America. The Marvel Premiere stuff was probably a nod better than the rest, but I liked the whole of Englehart's run, and Brunner's art always blew me away. YMMV though.

    As an aside, I always wished Englehart had taken the story and finished it with another publisher as he did with his Madame Xanadu stories bringing it to Eclipse as Scorpio Rose and continuing his Mantis story in JLA in altered form. I was always fascinated by the premise of his run and disappointed with what Marv Wolfman did with it after the Stainless one left.
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    -Umberto Eco

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    Fleischer and Aparo's Spectre:

    Twisted, uncomplicated, guilty pleasure to the max. It certainly wasn't the goriest, most offensive comic ever written, but somehow the fact that it was done by a superhero, and done with seemingly limitless power (and aided by a creative team with seemingly limitless twisted imaginations) made it...shocking. Fleischer and Aparo had the perfect creative marriage for that initial run. Of course Fleischer had some sort of meltdown partway through that seemed to bring the series to an early close. Too bad.



    1. Astro City
    2. Cerebus
    3. X-Men (Claremont)
    4. Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos (44-81) & Annual #4
    5. Eightball
    6. Jingle Jangle Tales
    7. Maus
    8. The Immortal Superman (Action Comics #385-387)
    9. Conan the Barbarian
    10.Preacher
    11. Avengers- Busiek/Perez
    12. Sandman Mystery Theater
    13. Alan Moore's Swamp Thing
    14. Howard Chaykin's American Flagg!
    15. Usagi Yojimbo
    16. Bone
    17. The Spirit by Will Eisner
    18. Eddie Campbell's Alec
    19. Hawkworld, especially #s 1-14
    20. Strangers in Paradise, "I Dream of You"
    21. Sandman
    22. Daredevil by Frank Miller
    23. Wolfman/Perez New Teen Titans
    24. Jim Starlin's Dreadstar
    25. Lee-Kirby FANTASTIC FOUR
    26. All star superman Morrison
    27. Gilbert Hernandez's "Palomar" cycle from Love & Rockets
    28. Thor-Simonson
    29. Manhunter--Goodwin & Simonson
    30. Lee/Ditko Spider-Man
    31. Simon & Kirby's Young Romance
    32. Planetary
    33. Promethea
    34. Harvey Kurtzman's MAD
    35. Thanos saga by Jim Starlin
    36. Box Office Poison
    37. Jim Shooter's Valiant Universe
    38. Englehart, Rogers, and Austin's run on Detective
    39. Hicksville by Dylan Horrocks
    40. Zot! by Scott McCloud
    41. Walt Kelly's Pogo stories in Animal Comics
    42. The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck
    43. Hellboy by Mike Mignola
    44. Astonishing X-Men, the Joss Whedon run
    45. V for Vendetta
    46. Steve Gerber's Howard the Duck
    47. Jack Kirby's Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth
    48. Charley's War
    49. Hard Time
    50. Spectacular Spider-Man: Death of Jean DeWollf
    51. Roy Thomas Avengers #51-71, Special #2
    52. Tintin
    53. Yotsuba & !
    54. Suicide Squad (original run by John Ostrander)
    55. Fabulous Fury Freak Brothers
    56. Nexus
    57. Fables #1-75
    58. Watchmen
    59. Kingdom Come
    60. Wolverine LS
    61. Slaine: The Horned God
    62. Jack Kirby's Fourth World saga
    63. Master of Kung Fu
    64. Scalped
    65. Fantastic Four-Byrne
    66. Justice League by Giffen & DeMatteis
    67. The Weirdo-era R. Crumb stories
    68. Our Fighting Forces #152
    69. "Legion of Super-Heroes" in Adventure #s 300-380.
    70. Little Lulu by John Stanley
    71. The USS Stevens stories of Sam Glanzman
    72. Batman: "The Jungle Cat Queen" Detective 211
    73. Incredible Hulk-Peter David
    74. Spectre by Ostrander/Mandrake
    75. The Zabime Sisters by Aristophane
    76. Brat Pack-Veitch
    77. Enigma by Milligan and Fegredo
    78. The Authority by Ellis and Hitch
    79. Strange Tales #130-141
    80. Strange Tales #151-168, Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD 1-3, 5(Steranko's run)
    81. Starman
    82. Kona (Dell Comics/breathtaking Sam Glanzman art)
    83. From Hell (Moore Campbell)
    84. Blazing Combat (Warren)
    85. Dr. Strange by Englehart & Brunner
    86. Sheldon Mayer's Sugar and Spike
    87. Fleischer and Aparo's Spectre:

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    While I'm glad that this list isn't entirely made up of traditional superheroes, I must confess I'm a bit surprised to see what a small fraction of the list traditional superheroes actually take up.

    Granted, Marvel and DC have traditionally been fantastic at warding off innovation when it comes to their core characters, but still -- a few of the established "legacy" characters' heydays must be worth inclusion on this list.

    Weisinger era Superman anyone?
    Wein Incredible Hulk?
    Adams/Aparo Green Lantern/Green Arrow?
    Perez Wonder Woman?
    What was the best Defenders run? Gerber? Thomas? Englehart?
    Was there ever a great Flash run?
    And really, only one Batman run on the list? No love for Finger, Kane, Sprang, or Moldoff?

    Just a few thoughts.
    Last edited by shaxper; 04-12-2012 at 09:11 PM.

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