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#1 Edited by The Mighty Monarch (2236 posts) - - Show Bio

@mangakid1995 said:

Guys I'll admit I haven't gotten the chance to read Eternal yet, so I don't know how possible this is BUT, what if Hush turns out to be Lincoln March?

OH GOD NO. NO. JUST NO.

No but seriously I don't think so now that I calmed down and thought about it. He's been doing the classic Hush Aristotle quoting and that doesn't seem like March's thing.

#2 Posted by The Mighty Monarch (2236 posts) - - Show Bio

Klarion's one of my absolute favorite characters...... but Ann Nocenti. Sigh.

#3 Posted by The Mighty Monarch (2236 posts) - - Show Bio

Van Lente's not leaving A&A, he's just taking a break for one issue. He'll be back next month on #25.

#4 Posted by The Mighty Monarch (2236 posts) - - Show Bio

I've always thought Stegman's art was good, but the layouts tended to be off at times. He never seemed like the right fit on Wolverine, and his art didn't always click on Superior Spider-Man. But I think with Inuman he's found his niche, either that or it's working with Charles Soule. Either way I hope he stays on Inhuman for a while because this is the best fit I've seen for him.

#5 Edited by The Mighty Monarch (2236 posts) - - Show Bio

Peter David is an absolute artist of dialogue.

#6 Posted by The Mighty Monarch (2236 posts) - - Show Bio

@jayc1324 said:

@i_dont_like_comics: he probably stuck it through his temple, hole in your skull and leads straight to the brain.

If any Batman villain could do something like that without causing permanent damage it would be Hush; he is an extremely talented surgeon, after all.

#7 Posted by The Mighty Monarch (2236 posts) - - Show Bio

@patrat18 said:

Lame.

Didn't Dc do this with Batman?

At least that was for Batman's 75th Anniversary; this is using Deadpool for Marvel's 75th Anniversary. I feel like it cheapens the value of the anniversary to boil down 75 years of storytelling to "DEADPOOL EVERYWHERE GUISE O_O"

#8 Posted by The Mighty Monarch (2236 posts) - - Show Bio

@pinecone said:

Nice list read all of those except for under the red hood which i heard the movie was better so didn't bother.

The one that shouldn't be there is Death in the family. It's a really old story and is only important in continuity because of the death of Jason Todd. But the story itself is nothing special.

As for recommendations The Cult was fantastic and dark. If you like Lee Bermejo art(Joker, Lex Luthor: Man of Steel) Batman: Noel is a pretty good read. No Man's Land also a must for batman fans great for the bat-family and also has some classic scenes with James Gordon.

I disagree. Death of the Family was actually an interesting story on it's own, I remember being more impressed with the bulk of the story than I expected, I went into it thinking it would just be the story where Robin dies but there were a lot of great elements to it; but either way, lists like this will always have stories with impact.

I agree about No Man's Land, that's honestly the only one I think this list is really missing.

#9 Posted by The Mighty Monarch (2236 posts) - - Show Bio

REALLY? Born to Kill? The first few issues were an absolute mess, and overall it still never reached the heights of anything else on this list; it sticks out like a sore thumb.

AND HOW COULD YOU FORGET NO MAN'S LAND?

#10 Posted by The Mighty Monarch (2236 posts) - - Show Bio

How is this series not dead?