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Posted by inferiorego (26682 posts) - - Show Bio

Folks, the results are in, and this week, we had more responses than ever before! Welcome back to the Twitter Question of the Week Results! Every Monday, we ask our followers on Twitter a question about comic books and take their answers and place them neatly into this fine piece of art. This week, we asked, "What's one comic story/trade/graphic novel you can read over and over again and why?" It was a bit overwhelming this week, so we tried to grab as many new folks as possible for this week's edition!

What did the staff have to say?

There you have another week of answers about comic books. If you want to get in on the fun, make sure to follow us on Twitter where we post the question a few times on Mondays, and make sure to use #CVTQ when replying; otherwise, we'll have no clue you answered! If you really want to appear in this weekly article, make sure to answer why. Anyone can just say something, but you have to be able to explain your passion.

Do you have a response but don't have a Twitter account? Let us know who you would want drawing your life in the comment section below!

#1 Posted by dagmar_merrill (9415 posts) - - Show Bio

Marvels is the first that comes tomind.

#2 Posted by danhimself (22623 posts) - - Show Bio

Ultimate Spider-Man. ...I find myself rereading it once every couple of months...I just reread it a few months ago and I'm already craving it again

#3 Posted by Jonny_Anonymous (33889 posts) - - Show Bio

Annihilation, it's the one book I keep going to over and over.

#4 Edited by AirDave817 (817 posts) - - Show Bio

Right now I'm re-reading Justice. I can't explain why I think it is so cool. Maybe it's because I was hooked on Super Friends, both the cartoon and the comic growing up - and that Challenge of the Super-Heroes live action special on NBC. I can't believe I bought the individual issues, then the hardcover, then the softcover, then a few of the action figures. But the story is awesome! And it's the right size, too! All of the previous DC stuff Alex Ross did was the over-sized graphic novels with Paul Dini...

#5 Posted by Wardishy (773 posts) - - Show Bio

@inferiorego did you copy &paste the end of the article? It mentions what artist we'd like to draw our lives.

#6 Edited by MrTummyTumms (746 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman: The Black Mirror

#7 Posted by G_Money_Christmas (883 posts) - - Show Bio

What's So Funny about Truth, Justice, and the American Way?

I love that story, even though it's only a single 40 page issue, it's still awesome

#8 Edited by sasquatch888 (349 posts) - - Show Bio

Right now I'm re-reading Justice. I can't explain why I think it is so cool. Maybe it's because I was hooked on Super Friends, both the cartoon and the comic growing up - and that Challenge of the Super-Heroes live action special on NBC. I can't believe I bought the individual issues, then the hardcover, then the softcover, then a few of the action figures. But the story is awesome! And it's the right size, too! All of the previous DC stuff Alex Ross did was the over-sized graphic novels with Paul Dini...

its funny i brought them all too just not the figures

#9 Posted by kilomac29 (323 posts) - - Show Bio

Gotham Central. I love the theme of what life is like for the cops who fight essentially what are Batman's villains without having Batman's abilities. Also introduced me to Brubaker and Rucka, two of my favorite creators.

#10 Edited by AllStarSuperman (22196 posts) - - Show Bio

For the Man who has Everything.

#12 Posted by Cloakx14 (3457 posts) - - Show Bio

Spider-man Reign.

#13 Posted by judasnixon (6648 posts) - - Show Bio

NEXTwave Agents of H.A.T.E.

#14 Posted by TDK_1997 (14983 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman R.I.P,Batman:Hush,All-Star Superman,Planet X.

#15 Posted by Batman404 (99 posts) - - Show Bio

Daredevil Born Again and there was a two part Daredevil story by Harlen Ellis in #208 and 209.

#16 Posted by The_Tree (7720 posts) - - Show Bio

Morrison's Batman and Robin for me. It's so well written, fun, vibrant, and colorful.

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#17 Posted by Lonzilla (2 posts) - - Show Bio

Watchmen, Dark Knight Returns, Fookiller MAX, Starlin's run on Warlock

#18 Edited by blazinasian112 (901 posts) - - Show Bio

Court of Owls, Dark Angel Saga, Dark Phoenix Saga, Messiah Complex, Second Coming

#19 Edited by Lone_Wolf_and_Cub (5125 posts) - - Show Bio

Lone Wolf and Cub(i know technically its not a comic but manga), Kraven's last hunt, TDKR, Year One, Frank Millers runs on DD, Bendis run on DD, Brubaker's run on DD, Watchmen, Killing Joke, Morrison's run on Batman,Animal Man and Xmen, Byrne's run on FF, Brubakers Cap America and Iron Fist, All Star Superman, Hush, Long Halloween, Straszinski's run on Spidey, Bendis Ult Spidey, Waids DD,Cap, Flash runs, Marvels, Old Man Logan, Planet Hulk, Hickmans Fantastic 4, FF, Avengers, East West, Walking Dead, Invincible, Moore's Swamp Thing, 100 Bullets, Preacher, Scalped, Sandman, Severed, Black Mirror, Spiderman Blue, Millar's Ultimates and Authority, Remender's Uncanny Xforce, Fear Agent, Uncanny Avengers, and many many more.

#21 Posted by Knightsofdarkness2 (3279 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman comics the best

#22 Posted by SavageDragon (2252 posts) - - Show Bio

Confession story arc of Astro City. Phenomenal.

#23 Posted by Life_Without_Progress (2175 posts) - - Show Bio

Spiderman: Blue

#24 Posted by Cap10nate (2443 posts) - - Show Bio

Annihilation, it's the one book I keep going to over and over.

This is probably my number one as well for re-reading. Brubaker's Captain America run and Busiek's Avengers and Avengers Forever are up there as well.

#25 Posted by QueenCorp15 (1034 posts) - - Show Bio

Morrisons batman & robin, detective comics: black mirror, dark knight returns, daredevil : hardcore/king of hell

#26 Edited by mak13131313 (587 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman Hush. I just got done reading it again a few days ago. That makes about the 50th time. Ha!

#27 Posted by TBEMrMcCoy (625 posts) - - Show Bio

For Marvel , Planet Hulk,Civil War,and The Dark Pheonix Saga. Honorable mention .Old Man Logan. For DC Death of Superman, Court and City of Owls, Rotworld Honorable Mention - Joker Graphic Novel by azzarello.

#28 Edited by Peregrine (165 posts) - - Show Bio

The Dark Phoenix Saga, when I was in grade school this kid brought in the trade for it and I read the entire thing in free period and fell in love with the X-Men and Jean Grey right then and there.

#29 Posted by Highball792 (17 posts) - - Show Bio

Definitely DC One Million... First comic I read, and it was amazing.

#30 Posted by bob808 (6779 posts) - - Show Bio

Kick-Ass

#31 Edited by whysoserious1 (73 posts) - - Show Bio

The Killing Joke

#32 Edited by Spideysense44 (3519 posts) - - Show Bio

Spiderman:Reign and Planet Hulk

#33 Posted by Jbreen (92 posts) - - Show Bio

All-Star Superman is a book I never get bored of

#34 Posted by Danial79 (2351 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't think I've ever re-read a comic. I barely have the time to read them once, let alone multiple times.

#36 Posted by Edamame (28280 posts) - - Show Bio

Messiah Complex, Age of Apocalypse, Carnage: USA and Onslaught.

#37 Posted by Mucklefluga (2588 posts) - - Show Bio

Definitely Punk Rock Jesus.

#38 Posted by sinestro_GL (3248 posts) - - Show Bio

Sinestro Corps War.

#39 Posted by Deadgod (1500 posts) - - Show Bio

All Star Superman, Hitman , Alan Moore Swamp Thing , Kingdom Come

#40 Posted by Gorehorn (6 posts) - - Show Bio

I am appaled by the lack of Watchmen in these answers!

Definitely my top answer for this question, groundbreaking in it's day and has aged gracefully.

#42 Posted by j4zzm4n88 (32 posts) - - Show Bio

3 way tie for me. 100 Bullets : The Counterfifth Detective, Batman Black Mirror and Justice. Each strikes a different note with me emotionally, Justice for being a great, beautiful and classic story. Black Mirror for what to me is the definitive story of Dick as Batman, not to mention James Gordon Jr creeping me out so much and finally the Counterfifth Detective for the noir feel and one of my favourite Minutemen facing off against one of my favourite villains.

#43 Posted by Billy Batson (58143 posts) - - Show Bio

@gorehorn said:

I am appaled by the lack of Watchmen in these answers!

Definitely my top answer for this question, groundbreaking in it's day and has aged gracefully.

From Hell is a nice substitute for it.

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#44 Edited by MisterAnderson (514 posts) - - Show Bio
#45 Posted by TheAmazingImmortalMan (3327 posts) - - Show Bio

I've read Luthor: Man of Steel and Superman: For tomorrow sooooo many times. I also like reading Weapon X: Adamantium Men a lot and I mean a lot.

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#46 Posted by t_hench (361 posts) - - Show Bio

Knightfall.

#48 Edited by butters911 (281 posts) - - Show Bio

Kravens Last Hunt would have been my answer too

#49 Posted by Squares (7455 posts) - - Show Bio

Nextwave.

#50 Edited by DoctorThomasElliot (277 posts) - - Show Bio

The Dark Knight Returns I've read it dozens of times and it gets better each time I read it.