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    How the hell is a guy supposed to find shit when they do that?! lol

    How many issues did Ellis and Deodato do Thunderbolts?

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    With thunderbolts , might as well go all the way back to Kurt Busiek original run. A real shocker at the time when it was revealed at the last page of issue 1 that the thunderbolts was actually the masters of evil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuicideCommando View Post
    How the hell is a guy supposed to find shit when they do that?! lol

    How many issues did Ellis and Deodato do Thunderbolts?
    Hmmm, Warren Ellis & Mike Deodato Jr's run on Thunderbolts began with issue #110 and ended with #121, so about eleven issues give or take.

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    http://www.amazon.com/Thunderbolts-W...s+thunderbolts

    I believe that's everything Ellis and Deodato did on Thunderbolts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dog View Post
    http://www.amazon.com/Thunderbolts-W...s+thunderbolts

    I believe that's everything Ellis and Deodato did on Thunderbolts.
    Perfect! Thanks

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    Dark wolverine 75-90

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    Quote Originally Posted by marshal99 View Post
    With thunderbolts , might as well go all the way back to Kurt Busiek original run. A real shocker at the time when it was revealed at the last page of issue 1 that the thunderbolts was actually the masters of evil.

    It may seem a little dated to some, now. But at the time it was incredible. And heck, it's Bagley on art. How can you go wrong with that?
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    Where do you draw the lines between villain, anti-hero, and redeemed villain? Coz the Thunderbolts don't necessarily fit the classic definition of a villain.
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    Dr. Strange & Dr. Doom: Triumph and Torment (single best Doom story ever)

    Thanos Quest (the best Thanos story ever told)
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    I'd second both of those suggestions. Mignola on a Dr Strange book alone makes it a must read.

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    I was glad to read that after about 25 years, Marvel will have a new printing of Stern/Mignola's " Doctor Strange/Doctor Doom: Triumph and Torment" later on this year, with some bonus material from the Conway/Colan story in Astonishing Tales #8. That was Doom's first solo title. The last story in issue #8 was the best since of it was the foundation for Stern's story.
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    The two that villain centric stories that I like are:
    Fantastic Four: Books of Doom by Brubaker
    Red Skull: Incarnate - by Greg Pak

    Those are both great origin stories for the villains. I am also looking forward to Thanos Rising coming in a couple months to see how the Thanos origin is told.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brannon View Post
    Thanos Quest (the best Thanos story ever told)
    I agree. Thanos has been a part of several good stories, but Thanos Quest is the very best.
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    Never ever ever ever read identity disc....... so awful

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