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  1. What would you guys say are the best issues from...

    What would you guys say are the best issues from the Iron Man run of 1968-1996 (#1-332)?

    My choices:

    10. Iron Man #275 (December, 1991) - "Dragon Doom!"

    9. Iron Man #139 (October, 1980) -...
  2. And that's made all the more bizarre considering...

    And that's made all the more bizarre considering how Beast was on the Avengers for a considerable amount of time.
    ...
  3. What would you guys say are the best issues from...

    What would you guys say are the best issues from the Captain America run of 1968-1996 (#100-454)?

    My choices:

    10. Captain America #254 (February, 1981) - "Blood on the Moors"

    9. Captain...
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    Thanks, and I actually made my personal list one...

    Thanks, and I actually made my personal list one issue per year so that Frank Miller wouldn't dominate all of it. I'd say that Roger McKenzie's run is also particularly worth noting. A lot of the...
  5. Poll: I still contend that it was choreographed/just...

    I still contend that it was choreographed/just all around put together poorly, which doesn't have anything to do with who's in the scene. The scene could have had 100 Rocket Raccoon clones come...
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    What would you guys say are the best issues from...

    What would you guys say are the best issues from the Daredevil run of 1964-1998 (#1-380)?

    My choices:

    12. Daredevil #220 (July, 1985) - "Fog"

    11. Daredevil #7 (April, 1965) - "In Mortal...
  7. I suppose the writers couldn't figure out where...

    I suppose the writers couldn't figure out where to put her until Tom DeFalco, who previously wrote her miniseries, got the idea to have what has basically Marvel's answer to DC's Teen Titans, as the...
  8. Poll: What would you guys say are the best issues from...

    What would you guys say are the best issues from the Avengers run of 1963-1996 (#1-402)?

    My choices:

    10. Avengers #186 (August, 1979) - "Nights of Wundagore!"

    9. Avengers #102 (August, 1972)...
  9. I once heard that human beings aren't born with...

    I once heard that human beings aren't born with prejudice, but are made for them, by someone who wants *something*. I've come to learn that even the most prejudiced leaders in history had so little...
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    Apparently, the topless shots of Colleen and...

    Apparently, the topless shots of Colleen and Misty from Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #32 (1977) were censored when re-released later on:...
  11. His public domain 1919 cartoon: ...

    His public domain 1919 cartoon:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2Zn3qDzn3A
  12. Seems to be a reminder that despite all the awful...

    Seems to be a reminder that despite all the awful things humans have done to the mutants, and the bad methods that were used, there are humans that are still driven by human desires in the first...
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    What would you guys say are the best issues from...

    What would you guys say are the best issues from the Incredible Hulk run of 1968-1999 (#102-474)?

    My choices:

    10. Incredible Hulk #181 (November, 1974) - "And Now... the Wolverine!"

    9....
  14. It's almost alien to think that over 35 years...

    It's almost alien to think that over 35 years earlier in Incredible Hulk #279 (1983), he was publicly being pardoned and given acceptance.
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  15. Speaking of restricting/stripping down...

    Speaking of restricting/stripping down superheroes in what they're allowed to do, also worth mentioning is The Return of Captain Invincible (1983), which presents the idea of a superhero who was...
  16. Interesting to me that you say that, because many...

    Interesting to me that you say that, because many others had made it known to me of things like the Professor X/Martin Luther King and Magneto/Malcolm X comparisons and the Sentinels directly...
  17. One case that comes to mind is Willie Evans from...

    One case that comes to mind is Willie Evans from Iron Man Annual #8 (1986), who had trouble controlling his powers and was made all the more difficult by his dark emotions.
    ...
  18. I don't think some people here mean to say "dump...

    I don't think some people here mean to say "dump away Stan and Jack's prejudice-addressing aspect of the series," but how it wasn't approached that well in recent years, and that it was only through...
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    And later shown on covers such as 1943's Wow...

    And later shown on covers such as 1943's Wow Comics #11.

    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/b8/f0/aa/b8f0aa04c448de3ddf5afb11feadd42c.jpg
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    Poll: Thinking it over again, yeah, I think that media...

    Thinking it over again, yeah, I think that media such as The Silence of the Lambs and Mindhunter examine this sort of stuff in a more academic way.
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    Some of my favorite stories from the 1980s: ...

    Some of my favorite stories from the 1980s:

    X-Men #137 (September, 1980)

    Avengers Annual #10 (November, 1981)

    Marvel Graphic Novel #1 (April, 1982)

    Wolverine #4 (December, 1982)
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    Some of my favorite stories from the 1970s: ...

    Some of my favorite stories from the 1970s:

    Sub-Mariner #37 (May, 1971)

    Captain America #156 (December, 1972)

    Amazing Spider-Man #122 (July, 1973)

    Marvel Premiere #10 (September, 1973)
  23. Which is why I’m glad Hickman’s direction seems...

    Which is why I’m glad Hickman’s direction seems to be going in such a way that “The mutants have to fight for their rights as humans in a world that hates and fears them.” feels less hopelessly...
  24. I’m sure there’s a solid argument to be made in...

    I’m sure there’s a solid argument to be made in regards to how telling stories with non-mutant minorities probably has more potential to be told with less baggage and more nuance at this point,...
  25. A Doctor Occult book in which the storyline from...

    A Doctor Occult book in which the storyline from More Fun Comics #32 (June, 1938) is finished.

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