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willRules
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Avengers Disassembled


I'm not the only one who liked that arc eek!


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I liked it alot thumb up. Not as much as the rest of the ones i posted, but i liked it alot. Intense and emotional story arc. Infact i would include the first couple of issues of New Avengers in there. The rest of New Avengers not so good.


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In no particular order...


Miracleman
Secret Wars I
GDS
Dr. Solar, MOTA (Gold Key/Valiant)
IG Saga
V for Vendetta
Morrison's run on Animal Man
DOS
Thor: Disassembled
COIE
DC One Million
House of M
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Infinity gauntlet
Age of Apocalypse
Green Lantern Rebirth
Silver Surfer - The Herald Ordeal
Secret Wars

Just off the top of my head, no particular order, i also liked D.O.S and reign of superman, Ion, Onslaught...o well there is alot when your 36 years old hehe


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I disagree, "Civil War" rocked and showed Marvel has balls yes


If you mean having balls by putting out that rubbish, I agree. It was a poorly concieved story line, with a plot thinner than Karen Carpenter. The only thing worse was the ending.

It truly should have been so much more. If anybody thinks that the death of Captain America makes this story line so special, sorry, DC beat them to the punch many years ago.


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I would like to punch Civil War right in the head!

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x-cutioner's song
infinity gauntlet
thanos quest
civil war
death of superman(for shear cultural impact and the death of the badly written main characters)


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Wrong Forum.

Moved...


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Four of the best issues I've ever read in my life.

They were good.


I would have to agree.


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x-cutioner's song


Why did you like this? I know its all personal opinion, but this story also made my all-time worst list.

I bought every issue of this (actually 2 copies each) and 'Zero Hour' including all tie-ins and afterwards I literally donned a dunce cap and asked myself 'Why'. Horrible.


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If you mean having balls by putting out that rubbish, I agree. It was a poorly concieved story line, with a plot thinner than Karen Carpenter. The only thing worse was the ending.

It truly should have been so much more. If anybody thinks that the death of Captain America makes this story line so special, sorry, DC beat them to the punch many years ago.



Meh, I liked the storyline, it had a couple of kinks in it (Clor and the villainising of Iron-man for the most part) but that was more than made up for with badass scenes like Cap vs SHIELD in ish #1, being clobbered by Iron-man in ish #3 or Spider-man owning and getting owned in issues #5 and #7. Spidey's unmasking destroyed the whole secret identity thing which tied in perfectly with one of Civil War's themes and allowed potentially new story lines. They had a degree of reader interaction with "Whose side are you on?" and lasting effects (Yes Cap's death being one of them - Brubaker rocks in Cap's ongoing) such as the new, super popular and well written thunderbolts or the initiative or the two new avengers teams which have sprung from this and put the Avengers back on the map

Oh and Mcniven's art was superb yes Overall a great read IMO yes


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the art at the time was good and x-men was at its most popular.
plus it had cable when he was STILL bad ass not some $shitty psychic
the whole terminator thing was NIKCUF aawsome.


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Civil War is a good idea buried in a lot of terrible choices. Still, there was potential there. That's what kills me with modern comics, so many great ideas, a lot of terrible specifics.

Anyway, something that I forgot that just might make the top five:

Astro City: Confession


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Originally posted by Galan007
In no particular order...


Miracleman
Secret Wars I
GDS
Dr. Solar, MOTA (Gold Key/Valiant)
IG Saga
V for Vendetta
Morrison's run on Animal Man
DOS
Thor: Disassembled
COIE
DC One Million
House of M
IC
One of the best lists I've seen but House of M was just ok for me.


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Originally posted by Big Sexy
One of the best lists I've seen but House of M was just ok for me.
Yeah,

I only liked the main story line of HoM.... I didn't really venture into it's numerous tie-ins. lol


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O'Neil / Neal Adam's Green Lantern Green Arrow run.

Anything with a drunken Tony Stark.

Judge Dredd - "Block Wars" and "Judge Child"

Miller's Dark Knight and Daredevil run.

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I agree with Validus. Maximum Carnage was terrible when I was twelve also.

hmmm...

Alan Moore's run on Swamp Thing
Grant Morrisson's Doom Patrol/Animal Man
The Sandman "Season's of Mist" Arc
Ennis' Hitman. The entire sixty issues.
Morrison's "World War Three" in JLA
Spiderman: Reign
Tied: Ellis' run on Authority
Transmetropolitian
Mike Carey's/Garth Ennis' run on Hellblazer
Gaiman's Books of Magic
Simonson Thor
Brubaker's Sleeper
Englehart and Brunner's Dr. Strange
Jenkin's initial Sentry mini

to name a few...

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1. Watchmen
2. Dark Knight Returns
3. Thanos Quest/IG
4. Coming of Galactus
5. Marvels or Kingdom Come


Some of the responses thus far have been terrible btw. Onslaught? Civil War? Wow just stop reading comics and get a new hobby already


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I'm suprised no one has mentioned "The Death of Captain Marvel."


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I'm suprised no one has mentioned "The Death of Captain Marvel."


Probably because it sucked.























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