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The Doctor is teamed up with a couple unfamiliar faces and they have to break into the most secure bank in the universe.
After receiving an important message from Leatherhead, the Ninja Turtles need to take a trip to Dimension X!
As if dealing with the message in Charles Xavier's will wasn't enough, the X-Men need to come together to take on a threat unlike any they've faced before.
The Greatest Comics Creators Ever..
I'm not a big fan of some but you have all the legends I can think of.
Where is Alan Moore? If frank miller is there Moore should be. Moore is the man that inspired the mature read. BTW Stan Lee is a hack, has cool ideas, but the artists embellish and later writers make the ideas better.
May I suggest H.J. Ward? (The pulp guy.) He only did one comics book cover that I know of, but it was huge! He did the first painting ever of Superman.
" May I suggest H.J. Ward? (The pulp guy.) He only did one comics book cover that I know of, but it was huge! He did the first painting ever of Superman. "
" May I suggest H.J. Ward? (The pulp guy.) He only did one comics book cover that I know of, but it was huge! He did the first painting ever of Superman.
I think Grant Morrison deserves a spot on this list, but other than that small qualm, great list.
This is, by far, the best list on the vine I can think of.
You've got the wrong Michael Uslan listed, Michael J. Uslan is some guy who wrote 3 issues of a recent Spirit series. Michael E. Uslan is the legend you're looking for.
Sorry if I missed these guys, but they definitely should be on this list
John Bolton (if you haven't read the backup stories in classic x-men, they are some of the best x-men stories ever told)
@turoksonofstone: Did you notice on #36 of your list you have nothing? :P
It is Lew Glanzman
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