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Posted by Sexy Merc

Being a the biggest Green Lantern fan ever, :P, I gotta say Green Lantern: MOSAIC. John Stewart is one of my favorite characters, but the whole run here was a waste of time and a disappointment at the end and Ch'p was even in it. If Ch'p is in it and it's not good, you know it's not good.

Posted by FadeToBlackBolt

Siege #4, amazingly awful. Just the worst thing ever written, and I feel sorry that poor Olivier had to draw the crap.

Posted by nicknicholby

some of the early 90's silver surfer

Edited by growup

Anything from the MC2 Universe 
 
and Age of the Sentry

Posted by Yaujtapool

Alien vs Predator vs Terminator was pure garbage .

Posted by Death Certificate

Ultimatum. Siege  sucks but it's 1984 compared to this crap. 

Posted by titansfan01

I think the whole Spiderman clone saga. Ran me out of comics for a while!  I also didn't like the Age of Apocalypse storyline at the time, however reading it now that I'm not a little kid I enjoyed it.
Posted by Omega Ray Jay

Marvel Zombies Return #1 & #2. Im not a fan of the whole marvel zombies universe anyway, i have the first trade which i really enjoyed and thats as far as i was wanting to go with it, picked these two up out of curiosity and i have to say they were the most abysmal comics I have read outside of a Ren and Stimpy issue I got for 50p, a none engaging boring story of a joke that has just gone on way to long.

Posted by Aronmorales

Lemme think...Well I can't think of anything only because I don't buy books that I hate.

Posted by Tomokata
@Aronmorales:   I wish I had your psychic abilities.
Posted by Aronmorales
@Tomokata: Umm...okay?
Posted by ComicMan24
@Aronmorales said:
"Lemme think...Well I can't think of anything only because I don't buy books that I hate. "

Haven't you ever bought a comic that you thought it was going to be good and it turned out to be bad?
Posted by Aronmorales
@ComicMan24: 
Hmm...I'd say WANTED, but I feel that the story actually completed what it set out to do; Make a world of villains.
However, now that I think about it, the ending was a tad "huh?"
Wesley kills all of these super-villains and their boss, then out-of-the-blue comes his father?
Posted by ComicMan24
@Aronmorales said:
" @ComicMan24:  Hmm...I'd say WANTED, but I feel that the story actually completed what it set out to do; Make a world of villains. However, now that I think about it, the ending was a tad "huh?" Wesley kills all of these super-villains and their boss, then out-of-the-blue comes his father? "

Well since you liked most of it, I guess it wasn't the worst comic you have ever read.
Posted by Aronmorales
@ComicMan24: I never said i liked it, Miller (or is it Millar?) did a fantastic job of making really despicable characters, I hate almost everyone in that book.
 
So maybe it is the worst comic book morally.
 
Oh wait! now I remember one! It's from Blue Water, it's one of their titles, and I think it's really generic (and the artwork was P.U, too).
What was it called, Isis? yeah, I think that's it.
Posted by conformist21

Ultimate Hulk Annual #1

Posted by ComicMan24
@Aronmorales:
I know which one you are talking about. It's the one where the Goddess Isis is awakened in the 21st century and works in a museum,
Posted by Rowen545

Wolverine #186, A fight between Wolverine and The Punisher should have been cool. It was drawn awfully, never explained why they were fighting, etc. Just stay clear of it.

Posted by LadyMaverick

Rise of Arsenal... It was just... Horrid.

Posted by Aronmorales
@ComicMan24: That might be it, I haven't followed the story at all.
Posted by Final Arrow

Green Arrow and Black canary the Wedding. 
 
Bloody dribble from start to end.

Posted by ComicMan24
@Aronmorales:
I found it. It's called Legend of Isis. 
 

Legend of Isis #9, art by Rove.
Posted by Aronmorales
@ComicMan24: That's the one.
Posted by danhimself

Morrison's run on New X-men drove me away from comics for a few years

Posted by King Quisling

Recently Age of Heroes was really upsetting. I got the first two issues and left it at that.

Posted by Edamame

All the Necrosha comics. LOL

Posted by NexusOfLight

Nope, don't read bad comics so that'll be a no. I enjoy everything I have.

Posted by Destinyhero20

Superman At World's End

Posted by spawndon

Spider-Man Year One
The series simply sucked.

Posted by aztek_the_lost
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Posted by spidey 15

OMD

Posted by CosmicSpiral

Tarot and Cry for Justice are close, but I can laugh at Tarot. 

Posted by haydenclaireheroes

X babies 

Posted by KingLoki
Posted by Citizen 14
@haydenclaireheroes said:
" X babies  "
NO! dont diss the X-Babies. 
I cant think of a comic i actually hated.
Posted by Agent Buttons
Some Deadpool one-shot....i forget which one
Posted by DH69

batman and robin.

Posted by King Quisling

Oh wait, know what was really awful? Nemesis #1 & #2. 

Posted by Primmaster64

OMD

Posted by FinalStar86

Marvel Zombies

Posted by ironshadow
@FinalStar86 said:
" Marvel Zombies "
Edited by Meteorite

I read Ultimates Annual #1 the other day, and that felt like complete crap.
 
Actually come to think of it, I didn't like the first series of Ultimates any more than I liked the Annual. It was trying too hard to be realistic, and took away all the fun of the characters.

Posted by zombie flash

green arrow and black canary from DC and  secret invasion from Marvel
Edited by Big


I am an actor, which means that I lead  dual lives. Mild-mannered every-day citizen, who works for a living. But when the call arrives, and I am summoned, I become Super-Thespian!

How do I look?

With the power to mimic any persona on demand. I must fight the evil powers of oppression and corporate brain-washing everyday.  Even as I walk among the civilians on a daily basis, I must remind myself  that I am not one of them, and of my purpose on this planet.  
 
My arch-nemesis is my step-mother, who demands that I prepare for a wife and kid, the shackles of  cultural enslavement. My battle is never-ending, and with little reward, except when the forces of good empower me and recharge my  reserves with laughter and claps of the hands of audience members, along with a check that funds my daily fight against corporate enclosure.  

My agent's name is Mimi, and she communicates via her actor minions, who contact me regarding my daily quests of auditions and call-backs, a treacherous journey into the belly of film and tv commercials. In the fires of this hell, I forge my resolve to become the greatest member of my species, The Thespians.

 
My other arch-villains include x-girlfriends, who sought to sap my creativity with their demands of money, house, and breeding. They're temptation of booty and good lovin' serve as a pitfall which my kind must ever strive to resist. My  weapon is poverty, which deflects all manner of interest onto those with more money and less artistic ambition.  
 
My journey is long and hard, but  I believe that my quest is nearing an end, as I will soon achieve the coveted role of a life

Earlier costume design

 

Guarding against the Crimson death, otherwise known as -Col. Van Corporate-Brainwash

 

Coat of Arms

 

My ancestors, before being felled by Lindsay Lohan and the cast of 'Twilight'

time and an Academy Award to adorn my home, the fortress of solitude, which is based in a secret  studio apartment.

Edited by doordoor123

X-men Deadly Genesis
some of these peoples opinions are whack.

Posted by InnerVenom123

"SIEGE: Spider-man" ... lie to ME about a new Venom, will you!? >:(

Posted by Night Thrasher

Ultimatum 

Posted by The Mjolnir Wielder

Hulk #9 is definitely up there

Posted by ARMIV

Wanted.

Posted by chris thompson

@InnerVenom123 said:

""SIEGE: Spider-man" ... lie to ME about a new Venom, will you!? >:( "

^That and anything written by Jeph Loeb.

   

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