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    Quote Originally Posted by dan12456 View Post
    Not 100% sure if this counts as self contained but Daredevil: Yellow.
    Technically, it's a mini-series. Otherwise, I'd have considered recommending The Man Without Fear. The same is true for Elektra: Assassin. In fact, it doesn't really read like a graphic novel because it's often repetitive in order to recap what happened in previous issues.
    Matt Murdock's cooler twin brother

    I'd give the Devil benefit of law, for my own safety's sake!
    Thomas More - A Man for All Seasons

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    Elektra Assassin and Ant-Man season one
    We need better comics

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    Wolverine and Havok Meltdown. Isn't that a one big story graphic novel ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Maiden View Post
    'Nuff said

    This is my favourite as well. Seriously underrated graphic novel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike_Murdock View Post
    Technically, it's a mini-series. Otherwise, I'd have considered recommending The Man Without Fear. The same is true for Elektra: Assassin. In fact, it doesn't really read like a graphic novel because it's often repetitive in order to recap what happened in previous issues.
    Gotcha. Wasn't sure if out of continuity miniseries counted. That reason makes sense.
    Current Pull: Lazarus, The Realm, Seven to Eternity, Aquaman, Flash, Justice League Dark, Justice League Odyssey, Sideways, Black Panther, Captain America, Daredevil, Death of the Inhumans.

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    There are a few that I really love.

    Marvel Graphic Novel #4 - The first appearance of a team that would go on to be one of my all time favorites.



    Marvel Graphic Novel # 3 - If you have never read any Dreadstar you are missing out on some truly fantastic stuff.



    Hercules: Full Circle - The conclusion to one of the great unsung trilogies in Marvel Comics history Bob Laytons Hercules: Prince of Power. Hercules in the future running around in space having the kind of adventures only he can have. Fun and epic at the same time.

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    I wish Marvel put out more of these stories. At this point the TPB has taken over- and while it's great that now story arcs can be collected more frequently, the aspect of an original OGN story is rare now. The Dr. Strange/Dr. Doom story by Mike Mignola is one that was cool.

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    Actually Dreadstar was an ongoing series by Marvel Comics's Epic Comics branch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paurru View Post
    Actually Dreadstar was an ongoing series by Marvel Comics's Epic Comics branch.
    Dreadstar was one of the features stories in Epic Illustrated first with the "Metamorphosis Odyssey". After that came the Dreadstar Graphic Novel then came the ongoing series under the Epic banner. After that it had a long run over at First Comics and finally ended its run over at Malibu Comics.

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    Odd!?! I want to brag and say that I have MGN #1 - #75 -- but, I can't currently claim that I've read the series serially as I should have.

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    God Loves Man Kills

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    Keep the suggestions coming guys!
    Can physical comic books be still in good reading condition during my old age?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redrunner97 View Post
    By Right of Birth was fantastic. God Loves, Man Kills too.

    Figures my two answers would be X-Men and Inhumans.
    I never see By Right of Birth mentioned anywhere. But I also enjoyed it very much.

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    God Loves, Man Kills
    Marvels

    would be my top favorites. Would Earth X count as self contained, had direct sequels but they weren't required reading.
    Current Pull: Amazing Spider-Man and Domino

    Bunn for Deadpool's Main Book!

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    Marvels
    God loves, Man kills
    Triumph & Torment

    Could the original Old Man Logan count? It’s very standalone.

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