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    I've been meaning to get "What Ever Hapened..". Guess I'm going to have to get soon. Also, I did not like Broken City, at all. I thought Azz's voice for Batman was terrible. Too full of sexual innuendos and double entendres, for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Filip View Post
    1. Death and the Maidens
    2. Batwoman: Elegy
    3. Selina's Big Score
    4. Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader
    5. Heart of Hush
    6. Mad Love
    7. Harley and Ivy
    gotta be a top ten Filip.

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    1. Heart of Hush
    2. Joker
    3. Death and the Maidens
    4. Mad Love
    5. Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader
    6. Batwoman-Elegy
    7. Catwoman by Ed Brubaker
    8. Prey
    9. Ego
    10. Batgirl-Year One
    Last edited by Nate Hoover; 11-30-2012 at 08:31 PM.

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    Second Draft (may or may not rearrange later):

    1. Gothic
    2. Blind Justice
    3. Monster Men/Mad Monk
    4. The Cult
    5. Prey
    6. Mad Love
    7. Strange Apparitions
    8. Knightfall
    9. Robin Year One
    10. Man Who Laughs
    Last edited by jgiannantoni05; 12-18-2012 at 07:40 PM.
    DC discarded their history, and now has none. DC will always be in the shadows of their past work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by batman23 View Post
    1. Batman: The Cult
    2. Dark Knight, Dark City
    3. JLA: Tower of Babel
    4. Ego
    5. Gothic
    6. Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader
    7. Gotham by Gaslight
    8. Heart of Hush
    9. Batman: The Last Arkham
    10. The Riddle Factory
    edited. just have books
    Last edited by batman23; 12-03-2012 at 07:18 PM.
    Currently reading: Flash 227-Flashpoint

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    Little love for Blind Justice, just me & Theozilla I think. How unfortunate.
    DC discarded their history, and now has none. DC will always be in the shadows of their past work.

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    It's second on my list

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    Mad Love
    Batwoman : Elegy
    No Man's Land
    Batman : Broken City
    Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader
    Paul Dini's Detective Comics
    Batman : Gotham by Gaslight
    Flashpoint : Knight of Vengeance
    Batwoman : Hydrology
    Joker HC
    Jean Grey : What makes you such a bitch, Emma?
    Emma Frost : Breeding, darling. Top class breeding.

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    1. Under the Red Hood
    2. Prey
    3. Knightfall V1
    4. Battle for the Cowl
    5. No Man`s Land V1
    6. Heart of Hush
    7. Streets of Gotham: Hush Money
    8. No Man`s Land V2
    9. Arkham Reborn
    10: Gotham Shall Be Judged

    I dont see many people talking about Arkham Reborn. I picked this up with the Battle for the Cowl series and Streets of Gotham. I think this one was pretty good. Really like how it all played out in the end. This one happens along with Tony Daniels Battle for the Cowl and Dini`s Streets of Gotham.
    But of course this is the internet so my opinion is wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nepenthes View Post
    It's second on my list
    Ah, wonderful. Looks like you made the "nice list," no lump of coal for you. I might bump it up, but kinda torn, I really love the golden age pulpiness and romance and etc of Monster Men & Mad Monk.

    It's so hard to weigh stories when they're great for different reasons.

    I dont see many people talking about Arkham Reborn.
    I like Arkham Reborn, it made a little more outta Jeremiah's Black Mask turn, but it'd take a very long list before I'd put it on one. I'm already leaving out many stories I really like, like Last Arkham, various LOTDK arcs, Alan Grant/Breyfogle, Joker Devils Advocate, Batgirl Year One, Dark Knight Dark City, Son of the Demon, Birth of the Demon, etc.
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    DC discarded their history, and now has none. DC will always be in the shadows of their past work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by booyah View Post
    gotta be a top ten Filip.
    Okay, here's my second stab at top ten:

    1. Death and the Maidens
    2. Batwoman: Elegy
    3. Batman: Black and White
    4. Batman: Haunted Knight
    5. Selina's Big Score
    6. Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader?
    7. Heart of Hush
    8. Mad Love
    9. Harley and Ivy
    10. Batman: Snow (for lovely Seth Fisher art)
    What? do you need blood spattered on your faces to even feel alive anymore???
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    Mad Love - The episode is great, but this comic is just perfect. Bruce Timm really needs to draw more comics. So many people inspired by his style, but they aint nothing like the real thing. He's on another level.

    Prey (LOTDK #11-15) - I know this sounds silly, but really reads like a Batman movie that we never got. The definitive Dr. Strange story in my mind. Wonderfully-illustrated action scenes from Gallucy, as you should expect from the definitive artist of Shang-Chi: Master of Kung Fu

    Fear for Sale(DC #571) - Barr/Davis had a shamefully short run, but Year Two aside(which never happen!) they're all classic stuff, with Fear for Sale as my favorite. A brilliant concept: what if instead of preying on your fears, the Scarecrow took them all away? A great silver age style story with sharp characterzation and fantastic Alan Davis artwork. I don't think I've ever seen a meaner Batman uppercut.



    Wow!

    The Joker: Devil's Advocate - Chuck Dixon may be the best Joker writer of them all. And this may be the best one he's written. What happens when Joker is finally get taken to court for murder....but this time it's for one he didn't commit!? Does Batman and co just let it slide!?

    JLA: New World Order (JLA: 1-4) - I assume we can vote for this, as it's a great Justice League story that gives all the team a pretty awesome moment, with Batman being the best. The JLA are down, and only Batman is left standing. The superpowered villians are overconfident, brushing him off. They took down most of the JL, what could a crazy dude dressed in a bat costume with no superpowers do? They forget that he's "the most dangerous man on Earth"(Superman's words!), and what follows is one of the most badass Batman moments of them all.

    A New Dawn(Batman Confidential #26-28) - I'm sure I'm the only one voting for this one, but this is just a really fun story. Batman must team up with The Riddler(back in his more criminal days) to solve a murder mystery, pertrayed by the 1960s Adam West Batman villian King Tut! That should give you an idea of the tone of this story, which is light, goofy, infectious fun(even in the midst of grisly murders). REALLY funny, with some fantastic Jose-Garcia Lopez artwork(he's still got it!). The last issue is basically Batman and the Temple of Doom. It's awesome, ok? Go read it.

    Harvey and Ivy
    - Bruce Timm should REALLY BE DRAWING MORE COMICS

    Ego - A beautifully illustrated character study of Bruce Wayne...by way of Batman!

    Heart of Hush (DC# #846-#850) - I think it takes a lot of skill to actually make HUSH INTERESTING, but that's why Paul Dini is one of the best Bat-scribes of them all. The Catwoman heart surgery is a bit on the nose, though.

    Faces (LOTDK #28-30) - I didn't like Monster Men/Mad Monk, but I REALLY like this one! Outside of the DCAU, my favorite Two-Face story.

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    Surprised that I'm not seeing a lot of Hush on these lists. That might be my number 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ViewtifulJC View Post
    The Catwoman heart surgery is a bit on the nose, though.
    Yeah, it completely was, but ending made it worthwhile.

    If wild my breast and sore my pride,
    I bask in dreams of suicide,
    If cool my heart and high my head
    I think "How lucky are the dead."
    What? do you need blood spattered on your faces to even feel alive anymore???
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    Bump for anyone who hasn't voted in this.
    Too broke for a pull list.

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