Your Favorite Limited Series?
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16 minutes ago, oakman29 said:

The Crow 1-4

V for Vendetta 

Hellboy- Seed of Destruction 

 

Lot's of great Hellboy series to choose from. In Hell was a very fun read. 

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All-Star Superman

Superman : Red Son

Flex Mentallo

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I really liked the Victorian undead limited series of books.:foryou:

 

 

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2 hours ago, deadleg said:

Marvel's Transformers series. Only 80 issues! 

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Is that a variant?

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3 minutes ago, Hollywood1892 said:

Is that a variant?

Nope.

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1 minute ago, deadleg said:

Nope.

That's crazy,did they realise they were being misleading 76 copies later.

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25 minutes ago, Hollywood1892 said:

That's crazy,did they realise they were being misleading 76 copies later.

I think it was more of a joke because the Transformers series was originally planned to be a 4 issue limited series, but because of the popularity it received, Marvel decided o give it the green light to keep going. 

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Wolvy 1-4 has to be my fave.  I bought those off the stands and couldn't wait for the next issue to come out.  

I really enjoyed Cloak & Dagger as well.  

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3 hours ago, deadleg said:

Lot's of great Hellboy series to choose from. In Hell was a very fun read. 

Absolutely. :devil:

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The Punisher and Wolverine LS were probably the best in that they both had excellent art and they fleshed out and defined the identities of both of those characters and demonstrated that each was capable of having a monthly title devoted solely to them.  These series were both representative of the absolute best that Marvel had to offer in the 80's. 

The original Aliens and Predator Dark Horse series where awesome too.  Unfortunately, I don't think any of the other series involving the two characters came close to the coolness of those originals.

Man, there were 19 books between the 4 series I mentioned and at least 10 of those covers are probably classics forever burned into the memories of anyone who was a kid that collected during that time.  IMO, the copper age was the pinnacle of both comic art and storytelling as well.   

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Don Rosa's Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck 

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The Punisher 1986 Limited Series. That was the storyline that defined the character, and turned me into a Punisher fan. 💀

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2 hours ago, nepatkm said:

The Punisher 1986 Limited Series. That was the storyline that defined the character, and turned me into a Punisher fan. 💀

Same here

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Punisher vs Bullseye

Mob boss hiding from Frank in a Bill Clinton dress.

Even has a kid in a hoodie named Trayvon helping Bullseye. 

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I loved this one - Epic's 1987 Marshal Law.  6 issue limited series.  Great social commentary and art.  A super hero who hates other superheroes because they are all going crazy and becoming power hungry.

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I'm going to have to go back and reread the original Punisher mini.  It's been so long since I read it.  I loved the Zeck art on it, but it's been at least since 2000 when I read it.  First Wolverine mini is a close second for me.  

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