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    Default since it is a new decade..what are your top 3 Marvel runs of the decade

    What are your top 3 Marvel comic book runs of the decade

    has to be a run that started as of January 1st 2010- January 1st 2020....doesn't matter if its ongoing or complete
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    1. Thor: The Mighty Avenger (2010)

    2. Mark Waid's Daredevil:

    3. Bendis' Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man (Peter Parker):

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    Fraction & Aja on Hawkeye (changed the game on pushing boundaries with Marvel comics and B-Characters)

    The Hickman Saga (FF/Avengers/Secret Wars) - possibly the biggest story I’ve read in terms of scope.

    Torn for the 3rd spot, but I think I’ll give the edge to Immortal Hulk. A very, very solid run that’s barely dipped in quality, still leaves me hanging and has really introduced a good horror aspect to the comic.

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    1. The Vision by Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta
    2. Hawkeye by Matt Fraction and David Aja
    3. Daredevil by Mark Waid and Chris Samnee
    Last Read: Black Panther vol. 1: Who Is The Black Panther?
    Monthly Pull List: Action Comics, Batman, Daredevil, Detective Comics, Doctor Doom, The Flash, Legion of Superheroes, Lois Lane, Runaways, Shazam!, Strange Adventures, Supergirl, Superman, Young Justice

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    Superior Spider-Man By Dan Slott. Was the most fun I had reading comics in a long time. Just a great story.

    Couldnt think of three because I have not read a lot of new stuff.
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    Favorite teams. Alpha Flight, Avengers, Fantastic Four, West Coast Avengers, Justice Society of America, Legion of Superheroes.

    Pull List - Lois Lane, Amazing Mary Jane, Black Cat, Doctor Doom, Gwen Stacy, Jane Foster Valkyrie, Morbius Savage Avengers, Strike Force, Something Is Killing The Children

    My name change was approved. Old name. Tbaron

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    Generally, I dislike posting when my answers are going to be mentioned by so many, but my third choice needs to be stated.

    1. The Vision by Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta
    2. Hawkeye by Matt Fraction and David Aja
    3. Unbeatable Squirrel Girl by Ryan North and Erica Hernandez

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    I don't even know if I can do this. I need to write it all down to stir my brain and look at it.

    Incredible Hercules- started in 2008. Ok, thats out.
    Hickman's Fantastic 4 started in 2009. That's out (LET ME DO THIS THE WAY I NEED TO)
    Immortal Hulk is bleeding the next decade so that's out.

    X-Men Legacy
    Howard the Duck
    Silver Surfer
    Greg Rucka's Punisher
    Avengers Academy
    Warren Ellis's Moon Knight
    Gerry Conway's Carnage
    Rick Remender's Venom
    James Robinson's Nick Fury
    Latour's Winter Soldier. I feel like all the failures of Bucky exist because no one bought this run.
    Al Ewing's Ultimates
    Hickman's New Avengers
    Punisher Kill Krew
    M.O.D.O.C.K. Assassin
    Squadron Sinister.

    Oh MY GOD Secret Wars had the best spino-offs of any major comic event...period.

    It's those first three, I think it really is.
    1. X-Men Legacy
    2. Howard the Duck
    3. Silver Surfer

    But on that note, Punisher. Just in general. There were times where I was disappointed by the direction of certain characters- for instance, I fell out of love with Moon Knight after having read almost everything Moon Knight because of the stagnastion of the character and Marvel's inability to tap into the potential that Warren Ellis gifted them with. There were times in the last decade where I was reading almost nothing from Marvel or DC. From the point where I started reading Punisher, which was Remender's #1, to now, and having read every story and mini inbetween, the consistency the Punisher has provided me is why I'm still reading comics today. Punisher has become the promise that there won't be a month where everything has left me sour. Sometimes you need old reliable to keep you going, and Punisher has carried me during bad and boring months so many many times over the last decade. Frank Castle is definitely my MVP for the decade.

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    Rick Remender's Uncanny X-Force
    Rick Remender/Cullen Bunn's Venom
    Gerry Duggan/Brian Posehn/Then Just Gerry's Deadpool

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    Zdarsky's Marvel 2 in 1

    Waid Daredevil

    Cates Venom
    AKA FlashFreak
    Favorite Characters:
    DC: The Flash (Jay & Wally), The Atom (Ray Palmer) , Jack Knight, Stargirl, & Shazam!.
    MARVEL: Daredevil, Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Iron Fist, Doctor Strange, & Ant-Man (Scott Lang).

    Current Pulls: Daredevil, Amazing Spider-Man, Venom, Immortal Hulk, Guardians of The Galaxy, Ghost Rider, Dr. Strange, Star Wars,Shazam, & TMNT!

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    Remender's Uncanny X-Force and Aaron's Thor: God of Thunder (that 1st volume only) are the first that come to mind.

    Oh yeah, Parker's Red Hulk run was also great.

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    Incredible Member ARkadelphia's Avatar
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    Off the top of my head...

    Avengers Academy
    Black Bolt
    “Tell me, are you an Avenger now? The brand is not what it once was” - Mr. Sinister, Uncanny X-Men (2019) #19

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