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    Quote Originally Posted by SJNeal View Post
    To the utmost, I agree. One of Simon's best showings EVER (IMHO):


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    To the utmost, I agree. And it only got better once Hawkeye joined...


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    And thats without Larrocca Ghost Rider
    Personally, Texeira Ghost Rider will always be my favorite...


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    Quote Originally Posted by The BaRoN View Post
    Defalco FF
    When Doom & Reed returned, the latter half of DeFalco's run was most enjoyable (IMHO):





    And Pacheco made the climax all the more memorable (IMHO):


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    Quote Originally Posted by chicago_bastard View Post
    Is this only ongoings? If limited series also count Marvels by Busiek and Ross should be mentioned.
    Agreed. And since Marvels has been added, these other limited series should then be included (ASAP):

    1. Peter David's Future Imperfect





    2. Heroes Reborn: The Return





    3. Avengers Forever

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    Quote Originally Posted by The BaRoN View Post
    Spider-man 2099
    Spidey 2099 was a favorite, as long as both Peter David & Rick Leonardi were around...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panic View Post
    Simonson's Fantastic Four.
    Agreed. Simonson's F4 had great potential, before it got cut short...
    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Namor, The Sub-Mariner by John Byrne.
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    Agreed. Loved it when Iron Fist was brought back...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geralt of Rivia View Post
    David's run on Hulk - a classic, everyone can agree on this one I think.
    Harras' (sans Kavanaugh) run on Avengers - may be an unpopular opinion but I really enjoyed the Gatherers Saga. Shame it went so badly off the rails afterwards.
    Busiek's run on Thunderbolts - the best new concept of the 90s.
    Busiek's run on Avengers - best revitalization of a then very badly damaged franchise.
    Claremont's Fantastic Four - brought the book back to form after years of mediocrity.
    Busiek's run on Iron man

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    PRE-Heroes Reborn Captain America from Mark Waid & Ron Garney
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    I remember enjoying Alan Davis' Excalibur.
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    I seem to recall Nicieza's New Warriors being pretty good.
    Quote Originally Posted by SJNeal View Post
    Avengers West Coast by The Thomases & Ross



    Wonder Man by Jones & Johnson


    Quote Originally Posted by Sutekh View Post
    Busiek's Thunderbolts wins hands down, for me, followed by New Warriors
    Quote Originally Posted by K7P5V View Post

    3. Avengers Forever

    So much great stuff here. I loved all that I selected here, and some of the ones I didn't select, I really liked, just not LOVED.

    A few others the make my list.

    Alan Davis' ClanDestine.
    the 90's GotG series.
    McDuffie's Deathlok.
    Ostrander and Ferry's Heroes for Hire (perhaps one of my all-time favorites from Marvel).
    DeFalco and Ryan's FF (IMHO, very underrated)
    Gruenwald's Quasar.
    PAD's X-Factor .

    And so on. I'm sure I'm forgetting some. The 90's had some excesses, of course, but it sure hade a lot of good stuff also. I can't think of even half this stuff that I've enjoyed as much in the last 20 years.

    Peace

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    Quote Originally Posted by The BaRoN View Post
    Jim Lee FF
    Personally, my preference was Jim Lee Iron Man.
    Out of everything from Heroes Reborn, this one was the most interesting (IMHO):


    Quote Originally Posted by Nomads1 View Post
    Alan Davis' ClanDestine.
    Agreed. Another great series cut short way too soon...


    Quote Originally Posted by Nomads1 View Post
    PAD's X-Factor .
    Agreed. Never had the chance to read the recent one from him, but Peter David's 1st run was legendary (IMHO):

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    I have to admit to a guilty pleasure of mine - Mutant X.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Panic View Post
    Simonson's Fantastic Four.
    I thought that was in the 80s?
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    Quote Originally Posted by K7P5V View Post
    3. Avengers Forever
    100% agreed, however I see this one and Future imperfect as fully integrated into the larger runs by Busiek and David, which is why I don't list them.
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    Every good 90's Marvel comic is a Busiek thing.
    I don't blind date I make the direct market vibrate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoop Dogg View Post
    Every good 90's Marvel comic is a Busiek thing.
    Now that's a myth I want to dispel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geralt of Rivia View Post
    I thought that was in the 80s?
    No, though it did start in 1989, by the time Walt is both writing AND drawing his run (#337) the comic has a 1990 date. I forget how much the publishing date is ahead of when it would actually hit the stands, but regardless the majority of Simonson's run was in the 90's.

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    Foolkiller by Steve Gerber and JJ Birch
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geralt of Rivia View Post
    100% agreed, however I see this one and Future imperfect as fully integrated into the larger runs by Busiek and David, which is why I don't list them.
    Completely understandable.

    And speaking of integrating the works of Busiek & David,
    the Genis-Vell version of Captain Marvel is a product of their collaboration which I'll forever LOVE (T^T):

    Kurt Busiek
    (with Roger Stern)


    Peter David


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    Marvels is a diamond in the rough. It's both a beautiful story and great introduction to the Marvel Universe at large
    I can recommend this to anyone as a first time read

    Also Todd McFarlane's Spider-man, it's poorly written but that art is fantastic.

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