- Human Bomb
- Hellboy in Hell
Was hoping for a smaller week.
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Here is the reading order I took (if memory serves) after finishing Morrison/Whedon's run:
house of m
decimation: day after
x23 innocence lost/ target x
x force volumes 1 - 2
x force volume 3
uncanny x-men / dark avengers: utopia
birth of generation hope
gen hope future four letter word
uncanny x force to issue 12
uncanny x force to issue 19
I trimmed a fair amount of fat; yet, what's noted, in all fairness, gives a well-read account for the most part.
@Sinfulplayerx said:THUNDERBOLTS, THE FEARLESS DEFENDERS AVENGERS, NEW AVENGERS, SECRET AVENGERS, UNCANNY AVENGERS, DARK AVENGERS, AVENGERS ASSEMBLE, AVENGERS ARENA, CAPTAIN MARVEL, FANTASTIC FOUR, THOR : GOD OF THUNDER, INDESTRUCTIBLE HULK, RED SHE HULK, WINTER SOLDIER, CAPTAIN AMERICA, IRONMAN, SCARLET SPIDER, VENOM, AMAZING SPIDERMAN, CYBER FORCE, WOLVERINE, WOLVERINE & THE X-MEN, ALL NEW X-MEN, CABLE AND X-FORCE, AGE OF APOCALYPSE, UNCANNY X-MEN, DEADPOOL, ........and most of the mini's from Marvel.
I very much enjoyed Legacy; on the other hand, Bendis' tepid writing somewhat spoiled ANX for me (one hopes this is not a constant) - though I suppose I should not look for worthwhile prose inside of a flagship comic in this day and age.
Crossovers are fine as long as they don't lead to derivative events or countless spin-offs. Since, for the most part, they are quite bland; whenever I'm forced to purchase the Blue Beetle, I smell corporate encroachment. .
Here are a few of my favourite series:
Y the last man
Grant Morrison's Doom Patrol
(If you ignore most of what I've suggested, do, without hesitance, check out Maus.)