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SpidermanGeek
Posted: Thursday, February 02, 2012 2:54:38 PM

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I've started reading the original Amazing Spider-Man run. I'm currently on Issue #4 (first appearance of Sandman).

Digital of course.



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CrossbowComics
Posted: Thursday, February 02, 2012 3:52:38 PM

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spiderjack wrote:
Werewolf by night [72 series] or is that 73 oh will it the series from the 70s good stuff


The Ploog titles from the 70's are great, too bad he didn't stick around too long on them. The WWBN, also the Man-Thing issues were good, Frankenstein, tough to grade those without stopping & reading them.

I don't get to read too much these days but a couple years ago I got the reprints of Cerebus 1-50, wound up reading all the way to 112, what good stuff. The letters from the editor & the reader letters are half the enjoyment so the complete reprints are the way to go. Toward the end it was fascinating in a car-wreck sort of way, the reader backlash after the rape issue sent the title into a tailspin & it never recovered, but it was great while it lasted. I think the Mick Jagger / Keith Richards parody in 85 & the Secret Sacred Wars parody in 81-84 are some of the biggest LOL issues ever, can probably find them for under a buck too.





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spiderjack
Posted: Thursday, February 02, 2012 7:09:49 PM

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CrossbowComics wrote:
spiderjack wrote:
Werewolf by night [72 series] or is that 73 oh will it the series from the 70s good stuff


The Ploog titles from the 70's are great, too bad he didn't stick around too long on them. The WWBN, also the Man-Thing issues were good, Frankenstein, tough to grade those without stopping & reading them.

I don't get to read too much these days but a couple years ago I got the reprints of Cerebus 1-50, wound up reading all the way to 112, what good stuff. The letters from the editor & the reader letters are half the enjoyment so the complete reprints are the way to go. Toward the end it was fascinating in a car-wreck sort of way, the reader backlash after the rape issue sent the title into a tailspin & it never recovered, but it was great while it lasted. I think the Mick Jagger / Keith Richards parody in 85 & the Secret Sacred Wars parody in 81-84 are some of the biggest LOL issues ever, can probably find them for under a buck too.


I really loved Cerebus back in the early 80s and at one time had just about a full run except for like the first nine issues, wish i still had em but i sold em before i moved to FL Wall

er07
Posted: Thursday, February 02, 2012 7:45:50 PM

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Been rereading some graphic novels. Just finished Secret Wars and Spider-Man The Death of Jean Dewolff. About to Start Captain America Scourge
junkmonkey
Posted: Friday, February 03, 2012 7:39:57 AM

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I just read the House of M mini for the first time and I loved it. Especially Peter's reaction to the whole thing. Are the Spider-Man tie-ins worth picking up?

ukblueky
Posted: Friday, March 02, 2012 6:05:52 PM

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junkmonkey wrote:
I just read the House of M mini for the first time and I loved it. Especially Peter's reaction to the whole thing. Are the Spider-Man tie-ins worth picking up?


I loved the House of M mini also and No the Spider-Man tie ins are not worth picking up.

ukblueky
Posted: Friday, March 02, 2012 6:09:27 PM

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For back issues I just finished the Green Lantern:Rebirth 6 issue mini and the first 6 issues of the 2005 volume of Green Lantern.Man oh man this title is recommended reading and then some.

BurningDoom
Posted: Friday, March 02, 2012 9:47:23 PM

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ukblueky wrote:
For back issues I just finished the Green Lantern:Rebirth 6 issue mini and the first 6 issues of the 2005 volume of Green Lantern.Man oh man this title is recommended reading and then some.


One of the best GL stories out there!

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cazmoney
Posted: Thursday, March 08, 2012 2:52:32 PM

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After finally re-obtaining all the issues, I finally went back and reread the Fatal Attractions storyline from the X-Men books.
redartz60
Posted: Tuesday, March 20, 2012 8:54:24 AM
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Have been reading Giffen/Dematties/Mcguire Justice League stories; I didn't get them when they first came out but discovered them recently thanks to a flea market bargain box. Batman decking Guy Gardner: hilarious!
JimmyJames
Posted: Sunday, April 15, 2012 11:12:03 PM
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Just started reading all of the Unwritten series I have made it 1-22 and am waiting on a couple of issues to finish up to issue 36. I absolutely love this book!
StreetNERD
Posted: Thursday, August 09, 2012 1:45:43 AM

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DocRx8482
Posted: Thursday, August 09, 2012 3:19:04 AM

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As of now I'm trying to work my way thru two back-issue series. The first is the 375-425 issues of Action Comics, the second is 20-30 of the first volume of Power pack.

"Head to the future,
Run from the past,
Hide from the mirror,
And live in a glass,
What dreams forget the whiskey remembers
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StreetNERD
Posted: Friday, August 10, 2012 10:35:17 PM

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DocRx8482 wrote:
As of now I'm trying to work my way thru two back-issue series. The first is the 375-425 issues of Action Comics, the second is 20-30 of the first volume of Power pack.
i was thinking of reading that how is it?

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StreetNERD
Posted: Friday, August 24, 2012 11:41:31 PM

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got a few back issue black suit Spider-man

Marvel Team-up #141
Web of Spider-Man #1
Web of Spider-Man #8
Web of Spider-Man #12
Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #22
The Sensational #35
The Sensational #36
The Spectacular Spider-Man #101
The Spectacular Spider-Man #107



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ComicReaderBatman
Posted: Sunday, August 26, 2012 7:52:50 PM

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I just bought some back issues myself at the comic store near me.

I got:

Spider-Man Unlimited #4 from 1993
Avengers #301
The Avengers Double-Sized Annual #14

In both Avengers they have Fantastic Four in them which i thought was a bonus

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StreetNERD
Posted: Monday, August 27, 2012 12:34:04 PM

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i garb a few issues of AVX trying to catch up

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ComicReaderBatman
Posted: Monday, August 27, 2012 1:10:59 PM

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I got the book with A vs X in it.


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StreetNERD
Posted: Monday, August 27, 2012 1:20:44 PM

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nice seen this at the book store the other day i should have garbed it but i want to get the comics first then this

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ComicReaderBatman
Posted: Monday, August 27, 2012 1:35:15 PM

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I tryed to find some back issues of A vs. X but i spent my money on X-men 253


I thought it was ok but im more focused on reading some other comics like spider-man and batman

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