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    Default The Best of 1990-1994

    What are your favorite stories, arcs, etc., from this period?

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    I want to know why you chose 1990-1994 and not 1990-1995.

    Why are these periods not consisent. Why 1980-1984? Why not 1980-1985? '85 and some of '86 are Pre-COIE-reboot DC even.
    Thank you AMericA for votinG for chAnge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBatmanFan05 View Post
    I want to know why you chose 1990-1994 and not 1990-1995.

    Why are these periods not consisent. Why 1980-1984? Why not 1980-1985? '85 and some of '86 are Pre-COIE-reboot DC even.
    I'm choosing 5-year periods, splitting decades in half.

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    Suicide Squad
    Justice League America/Europe/Quarterly
    Flash
    Atlantis Chronicles
    Legion of Super-heroes
    Superman titles
    LEGION 90-94
    Sandman
    Doom Patrol
    Hellblazer

    It was one of DC's strongest periods for their titles.

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    this will always be the most underrated series.

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    Ah, 1994, first appearance of the torchbearer, the savior of the corps, the GL Jesus, ex white but now green again, the one and only KYLE RAYNER!!!

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    The start of Robin probably is the best and the beginning of spoiler.
    "You can't be everywhere, you can't do it all"
    "I'm not Batman, I have friends."
    "But listen, call yourself Bat-Chick, Knightbat, or Black Robin- the point is, don't forget- you have a family."
    "You don't need me. This is a job for.........Alfred!" -Tim Drake

    "Dear Diary, I know what my next science project is going to be called: "My love/hate relationship with Gravity........And it was only then that young Stephanie truly realized gravity would forever be her enemy. "-Stephanie Brown

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    Even though it starts in 89 the bulk of the run is in the 90's so the "5 Years Latter..." run of the Legion of Superheroes gets my vote. It was just so far ahead of what was going on with the regular DCU books at the time. It was almost a Vertigo version of the Legion in alot of ways. Not "weird" Vertigo but more mature. Keith Giffen and the Bierbaums were on fire with this run. Issues 1-38 still stand as one of my favorite runs off all time for any comic.


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    My fav crossover.

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    Static #1 from 1993. The first appearance of Static.

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    Superman ...
    Death of, Funeral for, and Reign was a great trilogy.

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    Starman by James Robinson. One of my favorite series of all time.
    Favorite Artists Right Now: Ivan Reis, Andrea Sorrentino, Stuart Immonen, Jason Fabok, Olivier Coipel, Nick Dragotta, Kim Jacinto, Patrick Gleason, Jorge Jimenez, Greg Capullo, Jerome Opena, Steve McNiven, Jim Cheung, Steve Epting, Sean Murphy.

    "Some people live more in 20 years than others do in 80. It's not the time that matters, it's the person."--The Doctor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red obin View Post
    The start of Robin probably is the best and the beginning of spoiler.
    I second this
    Favorite Artists Right Now: Ivan Reis, Andrea Sorrentino, Stuart Immonen, Jason Fabok, Olivier Coipel, Nick Dragotta, Kim Jacinto, Patrick Gleason, Jorge Jimenez, Greg Capullo, Jerome Opena, Steve McNiven, Jim Cheung, Steve Epting, Sean Murphy.

    "Some people live more in 20 years than others do in 80. It's not the time that matters, it's the person."--The Doctor

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    Death: The High Cost of Living
    Sandman Mystery Theatre
    Shade the Changing Man #33-up (the Morrisey-looking Shade era)
    Sandman #50

    The last few years of the Giffen/DeMatteis JLI/JLE runs fall in this period, also.
    Currently reading: Dracula (Marvel), Justice League Dark (DC), Sherlock Holmes (Dynamite).

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    All things involving Alant Grant at DC during that time.

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