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What is your favorite single issue or run by a writer artist team? Options
thomas4d4
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What is your favorite single issue or run by a writer artist team?
I have a few.
Swamp Thing annual #2 were he goes to hell;
Neal Adams' Deadman;
Crisis on Infinite Earths;
Lee/Ditko's Dr. Strange;
to name a few.


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Capta
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Lee/Kirby on Fantastic Four and Roy Thomas/John Buscema on Conan the Barbarian......

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claremont\byrne on the uncanny xmen

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To be honest, the civil war TPB...liked everything about that mini series
WildBillWhitmore
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Too many 'favourites' to mention but Ghost Rider -Road to Damnation springs to mind. I really liked that.
Karbide
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I really enjoyed the X-23 Target X series. The art and story were great.

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WildBillWhitmore wrote:
Too many 'favourites' to mention but Ghost Rider -Road to Damnation springs to mind. I really liked that.


Clayton Crain and Garth Ennis ... I really loved that series.


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Civil War: The Confession


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The mother of all comic book stories, the only one to make "Time Magazine's 100 best English-language novels from 1923 to present", the one and only...

The Watchmen by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons



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The Watchmen by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons
The Last Galactus Story by John Byrne (Terry Austin - ink)

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MCF
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All time favorite single issue is Ultimate Spider-Man # 13 by Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Bagley. It's just so honest and refreshing, and the dialogue by Bendis is absolutely amazing.

Favorite run? New Warriors by Fabian Nicieza and Mark Bagley, with the run with Fabian Nicieza and Darick Robertson on New Warriors being a very close second.
texlegend
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I usually like anything by Geoff Johns, and Whedon and Cassaday have done a great job on the Astonishing X-men series.

annihilus1
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I'm going to post mine before reading everyone else's.....Here are some of my favorites:

Sienkiewicz's New Mutants run
Burden's Flaming Carrot
Baron & Rude's Nexus
Watchmen
Byrne's FF run
Ditko & Lee's ASM

Too many others to mention, really.....Miller's Daredevil & Wolverine runs, Stray Toasters....etc., etc.
CaptainOats
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Bendis/Bagley's Run on Ultimate Spiderman

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Karbide
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Wanted was a great story.

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warlok
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Special Limited Edition signed andnumbered Hardcover of Aliens : Tribes. Written by Stephen Bissette and art by Dave Dorman. 2 fantastically talented people.
wildd0g
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Eric Larsen's Savage Dragon. 0 - 131 And Still Going Strong.
CosmicAvenger
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Busiek/Perez on the Avengers vol. 3 run they had



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dkane204
Posted: Saturday, June 16, 2007 4:00:47 PM

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In no particular order...

1. Daredevil by Brubaker and Lark
2. Cap by Waid and Garney
3. Kraven's last Hunt DeMatteis and Zeck
4. Infinity Gauntlet by Starlin, Perez and Lim
5. Amazing Spider-man by Stern and Romita

and of course, Daredevil by Miller and Janson
kremziek
Posted: Sunday, June 17, 2007 10:49:29 AM

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In no real order

1. Claremont/Lee on Uncanny X-Men
2. PAD on X-Factor
3. Cap by Brubaker and Epting
4. All of Astonishing X-Men
5. All Star Batman
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