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puckstopper27
Friday, December 20, 2013 8:07:59 PM
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So what is your favorite comic of all time?

Could be one you own (just a comic you love or your most valuable) or one on your wish list?
Xylob
Friday, December 20, 2013 8:27:03 PM
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With around 6,000 in my collection now, it's hard to pick just one, but this has to be near the top:

It's the one that got me started on collecting.
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Xylob's Most Wanted:

G.I.Joe Special Missions TPB 2
Tales from the Transformers Beast Wars: Critical Mass
Youngblood Bloodsport #2 maybe? can you help identify?
Thundercron
Friday, December 20, 2013 9:14:57 PM
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When it comes to stand alone single issues, a few have always stood out to me. I guess my favorite right now would have to be this one, since it's the one that first came to mind just now:




It's Frank Miller's final issue from his first run on the book. And guest inker Terry Austin actually makes Klaus Janson's pencils look good. It's a great little story that will leave you thinking.
kidlippy
Thursday, December 26, 2013 11:06:35 AM
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This is the first comic I ever read given to me by my cousin so many years ago....
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And this is the comic that got me hooked on reading comics. I was such a Star Wars fan growing up.
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If it weren't for these 2 comics, I doubt I would have ever read comics growing up and would even bother with them now.
BurningDoom
Thursday, December 26, 2013 1:57:36 PM
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This one:



I know it's controversial, and fans love to hate it. But back when it came out, I was in grade school, and it floored me! The story was epic as hell. And you felt for Hal, even though he was doing evil things. You could see why he was doing and think, "damn, I feel story for the guy." And it was my introduction to one of my all-time favorite comic writers - Ron Marz. A new villain created, and a new GL on the way.

Plus that glow-in-the-dark cover couldn't be more awesome for a 10-year old.
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kisstour03
Thursday, December 26, 2013 8:52:27 PM
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This is the one that popped into my head right now. It's the first of a two issue story. I remember it seeming so different to my 11 year old mind because it was more a story about Peter dealing with some local thugs as himself and not as Spidey. I'd often recall this book even during the long years when I wasn't collecting comics.

rook68
Tuesday, December 31, 2013 11:21:27 PM
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A beat up copy of Iron Man #1 that I got in a trade as a kid. It's not the value so much as the fond memory of my childhood. Football in the street, riding bikes to the local 7-11, playing video games at an arcade by my house, collecting baseball cards and reading comics with my younger brother in our bedroom (bunk beds-woo hoo!!). Simpler times.

(referring to an original comic book piece) This is a art gallery my friend and THIS is a piece of art.

Elijah Price "Unbreakable"
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