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    Definitely Warren Ellis: ...

    Definitely Warren Ellis:
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  2. Agreed. Jason/Red Hood appeals to a broad...

    Agreed. Jason/Red Hood appeals to a broad spectrum of both old & new readers.
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    Very much agree with everything you mentioned....

    Very much agree with everything you mentioned. Glad to know I'm not the only one who feels this way. :p



    Agreed. Initially, I had high hopes and came back just to see Dan Ketch's return as 90's...
  4. Agreed. He also showed a lot of integrity during...

    Agreed. He also showed a lot of integrity during Frank Miller's run on Daredevil.
  5. Agreed. Also, I enjoyed the appearances he made...

    Agreed. Also, I enjoyed the appearances he made in his son's series:

    http://images.wwcomics.com/images/large/CreL_33_DR.jpg
  6. Me too. And the big finale was to be drawn by Jim...

    I also wanted to see 1963 resolved. I still re-read that entire beautiful series from time to time.[/QUOTE]

    Me too. And the big finale was to be drawn by Jim Lee. But sadly, he never got around to...
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    Thanks, Iron Maiden. :) I didn't get the...

    Thanks, Iron Maiden. :)

    I didn't get the chance to read that mini-series, but I do remember reading about this incident somewhere (probably a wiki-entry, as you mentioned).
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    Hey, Iron Maiden. I have a question: IIRC,...

    Hey, Iron Maiden. I have a question:

    IIRC, wasn't it revealed sometime ago that Doom had the capability to resist being turned into a zombie because of his tremendously strong willpower?

    Or has...
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    Fantastic Four, Vol. 1 #51 ...

    Fantastic Four, Vol. 1 #51

    https://ifanboy.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Fantastic-Four-51-Page-1.jpg
    Storytellers: Stan Lee & Jack Kirby



    Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 1 #42...
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    These links should be helpful: ...

    These links should be helpful:

    https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0004959/

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Gibson
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    I know, right? During their heyday, Wizard...

    I know, right? During their heyday, Wizard Magazine was tops.



    While reading Wizard Magazine, everyone was over the moon for Thomas Gibson as Kyle.
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    Not only did Ennis write all 5-issues of Thor:...

    Not only did Ennis write all 5-issues of Thor: Vikings, but it was also a part of Marvel's MAX imprint. :p
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    Me too. Alex Saviuk is certainly underrated...

    Me too. Alex Saviuk is certainly underrated (IMHO).



    Agreed. One of my all-time favorite series from the 90's. :cool:
  14. Cyttorak, to be precise. ;) ...

    Cyttorak, to be precise. ;)

    https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Crimson_Gem_of_Cyttorak
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    Mary Jane knows Peter Parker's secret (ASM #257):...

    Mary Jane knows Peter Parker's secret (ASM #257):
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    Iron Man #126 ...

    Iron Man #126

    https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/marveldatabase/images/8/87/Anthony_Stark_%28Earth-616%29-_Iron_Man_Vol_1_126_004.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20170403173237&format=original
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  17. Walt Simonson's Archangel is the best: ...

    Walt Simonson's Archangel is the best:

    https://i1.wp.com/www.xavierfiles.com//wp-content/uploads/2017/11/death.png?ssl=1



    Even without the death-skull helmet, he's still cool:
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  18. Very true, Dermie. Also, whether unintentional or...

    Very true, Dermie. Also, whether unintentional or conscious, there were hints that she had "experience" in picking up men.
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    DC's loss is Marvel's gain, I always say. ;) ...

    DC's loss is Marvel's gain, I always say. ;)



    If you're referring to Thor #394, then that definitely took place during the DeFalco/Frenz run which was before both Deodato & Ennis.

    I believe...
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    For the most part, great characterization that...

    For the most part, great characterization that doesn't stray too far from what's been depicted elsewhere.



    As mentioned earlier, it does have its flaws. But, I'll always consider it a classic....
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    I also agree with you about Doom. He even made...

    I also agree with you about Doom. He even made himself a subservient bodyguard after rebuilding Ultron.



    Nah. You're thinking of Bruce Banner. While fighting Ultron, he got his leg blasted....
  22. In the end, you're proven right. But admittedly,...

    In the end, you're proven right. But admittedly, throughout that first issue until the big reveal, everyone was in disguise and looked unusually different from how they're normally depicted...
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    For bringing them all together, we have both the...

    Yes, one those inconsistencies about Namor's skin. But it was funny.[/QUOTE]

    For bringing them all together, we have both the Grandmaster & Kang to thank for that. ;)
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    Fantastic Four, Vol. 1 #87 ...

    Fantastic Four, Vol. 1 #87

    https://ifanboy.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/FF087_20.jpg

    Storytellers: Stan Lee & Jack Kirby



    Thunderbolts, Vol. 1 #1
  25. You know it, Snoop. Citizen V wouldn't be a...

    You know it, Snoop. Citizen V wouldn't be a household name without Zemo.



    I know what you mean, Watkins. As a long time reader of Marvel, I certainly didn't see that ending coming at all....
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