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    Read original post. I am not trying to troll...

    Read original post.

    I am not trying to troll here.

    Nobody is telling you "You have to read Amazing Spider-Man", you may be more of a "Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man" kind of person, but the...
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    No. For Spider-Man, Amazing Spider-Man is all...

    No.

    For Spider-Man, Amazing Spider-Man is all you need, for the continuing adventures of Peter Parker, Spider-Man.
  3. How about, Amazing Spider-Man Annual #28 (1994),...

    How about, Amazing Spider-Man Annual #28 (1994), that moment, when Spider-Man arrived on the scene of Carnage's standoff with the police, he snagged two policemen with his symbiote. He gave the...
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    I'd only buy it if only features unseen tales of...

    I'd only buy it if only features unseen tales of only one Robin, Richard Grayson.
  5. Puma, created by Tom DeFalco during his first...

    Puma, created by Tom DeFalco during his first Amazing Spider-Man run, one of my favorites from the eighties back issues, I would say, was a major Spider-Man villain / ally / character, from 1984 to...
  6. That scene in Amazing Spider-Man #293 in which...

    That scene in Amazing Spider-Man #293 in which Vermin was pulling a young woman into the sewer, chasing her, with a "Yum" in his thoughts.

    Then, Vermin's next scene was him, licking his lips,...
  7. Still, you are discounting others, such as the...

    Still, you are discounting others, such as the seventies Batman also had Black Spider and Doctor Phosphorus, and the eighties introduced Killer Croc and Black Mask, then Scarface and Ratcatcher.

    ...
  8. Of course, "Big" villain, criminal masterminds /...

    Of course, "Big" villain, criminal masterminds / kingpins, powerhouses, the bit more enigmatic, who for a while, did five steps ahead of the hero. Not many "Bigs" come by, because if they do, they...
  9. Q: Why Harley Quinn lead name on Birds of Prey? ...

    Q: Why Harley Quinn lead name on Birds of Prey?

    A: Harley Quinn is popular.
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    Poll: I'd give it a C-. Really, the premise was...

    I'd give it a C-.

    Really, the premise was hunters against prey. Yet, I felt there were really not all that many true casualties. Only, a few obscure or forgotten losers who was just there on a...
  11. There was a time he regularly and welcomed-ly...

    There was a time he regularly and welcomed-ly appeared and guested on Spider-Man, but that was from the early seventies until the mid nineties.

    Nowadays, I really cannot recall the last time he...
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    How about ranking: Wizard Trapster Klaw...

    How about ranking:

    Wizard

    Trapster

    Klaw

    Absorbing Man
  13. He's a "bad guy", whom Batman has whumped him...

    He's a "bad guy", whom Batman has whumped him hundreds of times already. Batman has to beat him, get him out of his way, to reach Bane.

    "Deserved better" would be bringing Two-Face back to KILL...
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    Joe Robbie Robertson. J Jonah Jameson. Betty...

    Joe Robbie Robertson. J Jonah Jameson. Betty Brant. Ben Urich. Peter Parker.

    What's not to love about classic status quos we, or many of us whose grown up on it, are used to?
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    Is the choices of villains really objective, or...

    Is the choices of villains really objective, or subjective?

    How many times, would you say, Jason Macendale Hobgoblin, reared his fright-masked-then-faced head, as he was a regular menace against...
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    Peter Parker's place is with the Daily Bugle.

    Peter Parker's place is with the Daily Bugle.
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    1) Think of something you like, character or...

    1) Think of something you like, character or characters you'd like to invest to. Could be as easy as liking watching the cartoon show of said character, as my childhood was Saturday Mornings...
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    One answer: mainstream comics. Mainstream...

    One answer: mainstream comics.

    Mainstream comics, DC / Marvel, in which no main, important villain is truly allowed to die permanently, or even longer than just a few years. Exception to my...
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    That would be a question on "Overall Picture,...

    That would be a question on "Overall Picture, what still fits". It's easy to say, whenever Doctor Phosphorus shows up, he came from Detective Comics #469-470. Black Mask, his first battle may still...
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    No, but if you are looking for at least something...

    No, but if you are looking for at least something with some "Batman Characters", as much as I don't care for its reboot and that they should have kept the original for as long as they could, there is...
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    Missed the Maximum Carnage videogame, huh?

    Missed the Maximum Carnage videogame, huh?
  22. I cannot forgive Iron Man 2020, for being the...

    I cannot forgive Iron Man 2020, for being the murderer of the original Blizzard, Amazing Spider-Man Annual #20.
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    Hush - Joker was in three issues. Batman #613,...

    Hush - Joker was in three issues. Batman #613, when he allegedly "shot" Thomas Elliott, final page, Batman #614, Batman's chase and beating of him, claiming innocence, and Batman #615, Harvey Dent's...
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    Batman #442 - One page, I'll let you be the...

    Batman #442 - One page, I'll let you be the judge.

    https://dc.fandom.com/wiki/Batman_Vol_1_442

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/143693044338130783/
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    Batman Villains Secret Files & Origins (October...

    Batman Villains Secret Files & Origins (October 1998) - Joker was in Arkham. I'd fit it pre-Cataclysm, before things got worse, as in the definition of "Joker in Arkham" is meaning that I'd assume...
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