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AXIS has come to an end and Deadpool is back to being... well, Deadpool.
Sister Justine battles something very familiar.
How far is too far when it comes to saving as many lives as possible?
I want Capullo's version of Hush, make it happen Mr. Snyder.
As a completely new reader to Cap I'm really enjoying it, I specially liked Nuke and his early? demise really pissed me off. I usually don't investigate backgrounds when I'm reading a Marvel or DC it's just not how they intend for you to read but I get why that can be a bother.
I'm glad to see Chuck Austen there and you can't go wrong with double Hickman.
@dalemurphy: I don't know. The little A-Hole is memorable, at least on my mind.
So you added Uncanny Avengers, but neither of HIckman's Avengers? I Love the three books Uncanny, Avengers and New and they will surely surpass Bendis work. Which you seem to really like.
Great list man I have read and loved every one of them. Except for Scott Pilgrim. Is it really that great?
BTW, I read the whole Astonishing X-Men, you should check Marjorie Liu current run on the book, it's great. And actually the only one that has been good after Whedon left. I'm just telling cause you seem an X-Men enthusiast like me.
Are they in order of how much you like them or is it random?
@theredfear: It seems a lot of people disagree with you.
Have you checked Darwin on Peter David's X-Factor, maybe that would change your mind. (btw I'm latino)
I'm in the process of making mine, I have a big list, I have to think who I forgot to add so I can make cuts and finally ordering the characters.
Use your keyboard!
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