Whats the best comic you have ever read?
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kiltman   
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The single most exciting comic book you have ever read? 893scratchchin-thumb.gif

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Well that would be ASM 121 and 122 as a 9 year old.

Nothing else could come close to "exciting" if exciting includes anger.

That really pizzed me off when in 122 she really died.

I mean I and 99.99% of every other ASM reader was sure Gwen didn't realy die in 121 and would "wake-up" in 122, but she didn't. frown.gif

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joe_collector   
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As a kid, Captain Marvel 32, no question.

 

That book was a real mind-bender and I literally read it to pieces.

 

As an adult, Watchmen 6, potentially the best comic ever written.

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DKR. Killing Joke. Recently, Planetary.

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As a kid, New Mutants Special Edition #1. That's probably the first single issue I remember knocking my socks off (10-year old socks mind you).

 

I've read so many since, I really can't pick just one as a favorite. I'm sure many are objectively better than NMSE #1, but for nostalgia resons I'll stick with that.

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Watchmen 12, Daredevil 181, Preacher 14, Amazing Spider-Man 149, the David Boring story arc in Eightball by Clowes.

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Watchmen 12, Daredevil 181, Preacher 14, Amazing Spider-Man 149, the David Boring story arc in Eightball by Clowes.

 

he said COMIC, not comics makepoint.gifflowerred.gif

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goldust40   
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Watchmen 12, Daredevil 181, Preacher 14, Amazing Spider-Man 149, the David Boring story arc in Eightball by Clowes.

 

he said COMIC, not comics makepoint.gifflowerred.gif

 

Err, well they were in order. So Watchmen 12. crazy.gif

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kiltman   
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It's cool that there is such a wide variation of "best" comics! I was expecting one issue to really stand out (Mind you not too many people have commented yet)

 

All of these books are added to my "reader copy" to buy list shy.gif

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RDK   
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Too many to choose from but possibly the Animal Man issue in which he realizes that he's a comic book character.

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Ahhh, Animal man 26 right? I just sold my Animal Man Collection off too. grin.gif

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Too many to choose from but possibly the Animal Man issue in which he realizes that he's a comic book character.

 

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Nothing like breaking the third wall by ripping off an old Twilight Zone episode.

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Superman Annual 11. Greatest comic book story of all time.

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Alex Robinson's "Box Office Poison". A stunning work from beginning to end.

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Norinn Radd   
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Q: What's the best comic you have ever read?

A: 893scratchchin-thumb.gif

 

Probably Marvel Milestones that came out earlier this year. It had reprints of FF Annual #2 (origin of Doom), GA Sub-mariner #1, and GA Captain America #1.

 

If I had to pick one single issue, it would probably be ASM #1. Two classic stories in that issue (Spider-man vs FF and Spider-man vs Chameleon).

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