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    Going to add Ruckas Punisher. Always seems pretty underrated to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by your_name_here View Post
    Going to add Ruckas Punisher. Always seems pretty underrated to me.
    It is great but for me Rucka built on Ennis' vision or worked with Ennis' vision while using his main trope... kick-ass heroine, so Rucka's points go to Ennis according to me, myself and the voices in my head

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    New X-Men by Grant Morrison

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    Brubaker&Fraction Iron Fist (Best Marvel Run Ever)
    Bendis Daredevil
    Bendis Ultimate Spider-Man
    Whedon Astonishing X-Men
    Ennis MK Punisher
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    Quote Originally Posted by your_name_here View Post
    Going to add Ruckas Punisher. Always seems pretty underrated to me.
    Agreed.
    Will say this is the one of the few times (in recent years) that the concept of the Punisher worked in the Marvel Universe.
    And the sequal Warzones. Can't remember if that was also Rucka.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. White View Post
    Agreed.
    Will say this is the one of the few times (in recent years) that the concept of the Punisher worked in the Marvel Universe.
    And the sequal Warzones. Can't remember if that was also Rucka.
    It was most certainly Rucka. All five issues, in fact:
    https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Punisher:_War_Zone_Vol_3

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    Kieron Gillen on Journey into Mystery and Young Avengers
    Warren Ellis on Thunderbolts
    Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning on Guardians of the Galaxy
    Al Ewing on Ultimates and Ultimates 2

    And Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-man is so far absolutely fantastic and heading towards favourite territory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Soul # 7 View Post
    Kieron Gillen on Journey into Mystery and Young Avengers
    Warren Ellis on Thunderbolts
    Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning on Guardians of the Galaxy
    Al Ewing on Ultimates and Ultimates 2

    And Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-man is so far absolutely fantastic and heading towards favourite territory.
    Forgot about that one.

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    -Ultimate Spider-Man by Bendis
    -Amazing Spider-Man by JMS
    -Fantastic Four by Mark Waid
    -Fantastic Four by Hickman
    -Avengers & New Avengers by Hickman
    -Uncanny X Force by Remender
    -Uncanny Avengers by Remender
    -Astonishing X-Men by Whedon
    -New X Men by Grant Morrison
    -Thor by JMS

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    Dennis Hopeless-Spider-Women
    Nick Spencer-Superior Foes of Spider-Man and Ant-Man

    Why? Spencer's writes BCD heroes and villains better than anyone. Both of his runs here were lighthearted and a lot of fun. Plus all the characters he incorporated into both books were numerous and he made it work. Hopeless on the other hand managed to pull off Jess having a baby and making it work. Plus he took Roger Gocking the Porcupine and did a great job on his character development. Hopeless managed to seemingly kill Roger fooling most of us and then when all hope was lost for Jess they both teamed up and kicked Hobgoblin's ass to finish off his run. I thought Hopeless' run was brilliant. Very underrated.

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    Agree on Spencer for Ant-Man. Surprisingly, I’ve still not got around to reading superior foes.

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    I just remembered one that most might not include.

    Mark Millar's run on Marvel Knight: Spider-man, it's my favourite Millar written series.

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    Spider-Woman by Hopeless (seconded)
    Nextwave by Ellis

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