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    Quote Originally Posted by tbaron View Post
    I really loved The West Coast Avengers and Frank Millers Daredevil. To be honest those are the only 80s comics I have read because I am starting each series from the beginning but I really enjoy them. I am about to start Spiderman 80s comics.
    Indeed. Quite a number of interesting ideas being thrown around at the time.


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    Byrne's Alpha Flight

    Miller's Daredevil

    Stern's Avengers

    Starlin's Captain Marvel

    Claremont's X-Men (especially with Paul Smith and Jim Lee)
    Kind of hoping to see Madame Frost, Ambassador of Krakoa, humiliating Mr. President of Brazil during a UN meeting

    I'm reading: Batman - Daredevil - East of West - Friendly Neighborhood Spiderman - Immortal Hulk - Runaways

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    Squadron Supreme
    West Coast Avengers
    Alpha Flight
    DP 7
    Spitfire and the Troubleshooters

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    Love the 80s star wars.

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    Always had a soft spot for this short lived avengers team. (and wish would use the female yellowjacket again in a hero team)

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    The 80s were The X-Men's heyday. But almost every title was really good in that era.

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    Almost missed this one.

    Doctor Strange
    Doctor Strange, the Sorcerer Supreme
    Strange Tales (Doctor Strange and Cloak & Dagger)
    Daredevil
    Moon Knight
    Power Man & Iron Fist
    Spider-Woman
    Micronauts: The New Voyages (I didn't read the Direct-Only title)
    New Mutants (up to and including the Secret Wars II issues)
    Alpha Flight
    Avengers (after She-Hulk joins)
    Defenders (including New Defenders)
    X-Men
    X-Factor
    Excalibur (Marvel's JLI/JLE until Peter David took over X-Factor)
    Fantastic Four (Byrne's run)
    Contest of Champions
    Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe
    Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition
    Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe 1989 Update (the binder editions of Marvel's Handbook and DC's Who's Who, with their random entries, killed both lines for me)
    Star Wars
    DP-7
    Dreadstar
    Marvel Comics Presents
    West Coast Avengers (and the mini)
    Thor
    Silver Surfer
    "There's magic in the sound of analog audio." - CNET.

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    Captain Britain (Thorpe/Moore/Delano/Davis) (the actual UK comics the run was in were: Marvel Super Heroes, The Daredevils, Mighty World of Marvel, and Captain Britain)
    Thor (Simonson)
    Uncanny X-Men (Claremont/Byrne/Smith/Romita jr)
    New Mutants (Claremont/Sienkiewcz)
    Power Man and Iron Fist (Duffy/Gammill)

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    Hmmm...I know I'm gonna leave stuff out but here goes. I'm starting with 1986, which was the year that I began collecting as a hobby, instead of random issues once or twice a year. Anything prior to `86 was random impulse buys if I had 75 cents or I was good enough for my parents to get me one.

    Hulk (1986 starting with Milgrom)
    ASM (1988 with McFarlane)
    Spec Spider-Man (Tombstone)
    Web of Spider-Man (Saviuk)
    Captain America (Cap #350 and on)
    UXM (#232 and on)
    X-Factor (Inferno)
    Wolverine (Silvestri)
    Thor (Simonson beard/armor and onward thru DeFalco's run)
    G.I. Joe
    Transformers
    Namor
    Sensational She-Hulk
    Avengers West Coast
    Fantastic Four (Englehart II)
    Alpha Flight (Mantlo/Jim Lee)
    X-Men Classic

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    Moench's Moon Knight:


    Machine Man (1984):


    Milgrom's Marvel Fanfare:

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    Sharon Johnny Ben Crystal, good times...

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    The 1980's were among the best comics Marvel ever produced, MANY of which have BEEN named here. But, I am surprised that neither of the two BEST titles have yet been listed. Master of Kung Fu by Monech and Gulacy is without a peer. My very favorite comic in the 80's. The SECOND was Conan the Barbarian by Thomas and Bucema, with Savage Sword being a glorious supplement to the four-color comic. It's ALMOST dispairing that these superior comics have not yet been mentioned. In my opinion the BEST of the lot. Excelsior!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainLiberty76 View Post
    The 1980's were among the best comics Marvel ever produced, MANY of which have BEEN named here. But, I am surprised that neither of the two BEST titles have yet been listed. Master of Kung Fu by Monech and Gulacy is without a peer. My very favorite comic in the 80's. The SECOND was Conan the Barbarian by Thomas and Bucema, with Savage Sword being a glorious supplement to the four-color comic. It's ALMOST dispairing that these superior comics have not yet been mentioned. In my opinion the BEST of the lot. Excelsior!!
    Those were both in the 1970s. I think a small amount of Roy Thomas Conan was published in the early 1980s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielsan52 View Post
    Sharon Johnny Ben Crystal, good times...

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    Agreed. Things were going smoothly, until the next issue's last-page reveal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samurai32 View Post
    Those were both in the 1970s. I think a small amount of Roy Thomas Conan was published in the early 1980s.
    Thank you, Samurai32. You are correct. Crom and Mitra I must be getting old. Either that or I have fallen prey to those ongoing games of deceit and death. Nahhhh...I'm getting old. Thanks again Samurai32, I guess I'm at the stage where the decades are bumping up against one another. Sheesh! Shalom.

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    She-Hulk added a great change-up to the Fantastic Four as well.


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