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Can someone tell me why TMNT may be ending? I can't find a source.

Also, doesn't it seem a little odd to end it at 50 specifically (seeing as each arc is 4 issues and 50 isn't divisible by 4 and whatnot).

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I'm real sad that Jim Staling has left Marvel now and we won't get that Adam Warlock ongoing he was going to be doing.

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It might not be completely off the table. It's wishful thinking, but I just have a huge craving for Starlin Warlock :D

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@kalibooostew said:

My 5 picks and reasons for why they should be included:

1. Spider-Man: Kraven's Last Hunt (1987) - This comic acted as a response to DC's darker and more mature stories of the 80s, and what's more, showed that supposedly silly Silver-age villains like Kraven the Hunter could be relevant and compelling when in the hands of a competent writer with a unique vision.

2. The Death of Captain Marvel (1982)- Other that being being Marvel's first ever graphic novel (an incredibly influential move shown by the popularity of OGNs today), Jim Starlin crafted a tale which explored a mature and powerful take on the standard superhero death.

3. Silver Surfer: Parable (1988) - One of the few American collaborations with comic art legend Moebius, this cosmic tale delved into themes of religious oppression and free speech, and stands as one of the greatest Silver Surfer comics ever created.

4. Daredevil: Born Again (1986) - The high point of Frank Miller's incredible run, Born Again is one of the most brutal, uncompromising looks at a hero's fall ever seen in the medium, featuring beautiful art and an endlessly quotable script.

5. Marvels (1994) - Acting a love letter to the classic Marvel tales of the Golden Age, combined with a revolutionary photorealistic art style and clever writing, Marvels is truly a masterpiece with some of the most iconic panels in modern comics.

All five of these picks are in myFavourite Comics of All Time list which I made on Comic Vine just a couple of weeks ago.

This is a really good list. 3 of which I was going to put in my top 5 (Born Again, Kraven's Last Hunt, and Parable). I was also going to add Spider-Man: Blue because it is a more heartfelt story that balances against some of the darker themed Marvel stories (especially Born Again). I think the other has to be either Secret Wars or The Phoenix/Dark Phoenix saga just because of molds they broke in the comic industry.

Reminds me that I still need to read Spider-Man: Blue and Dark Phoenix Saga !

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My 5 picks and reasons for why they should be included:

1. Spider-Man: Kraven's Last Hunt (1987) - This comic acted as a response to DC's darker and more mature stories of the 80s, and what's more, showed that supposedly silly Silver-age villains like Kraven the Hunter could be relevant and compelling when in the hands of a competent writer with a unique vision.

2. The Death of Captain Marvel (1982)- Other that being being Marvel's first ever graphic novel (an incredibly influential move shown by the popularity of OGNs today), Jim Starlin crafted a tale which explored a mature and powerful take on the standard superhero death.

3. Silver Surfer: Parable (1988) - One of the few American collaborations with comic art legend Moebius, this cosmic tale delved into themes of religious oppression and free speech, and stands as one of the greatest Silver Surfer comics ever created.

4. Daredevil: Born Again (1986) - The high point of Frank Miller's incredible run, Born Again is one of the most brutal, uncompromising looks at a hero's fall ever seen in the medium, featuring beautiful art and an endlessly quotable script.

5. Marvels (1994) - Acting a love letter to the classic Marvel tales of the Golden Age, combined with a revolutionary photorealistic art style and clever writing, Marvels is truly a masterpiece with some of the most iconic panels in modern comics.

All five of these picks are in myFavourite Comics of All Time list which I made on Comic Vine just a couple of weeks ago.

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  1. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
  2. The Avengers
  3. Iron Man
  4. Thor 2: The Dark World
  5. Thor
  6. Iron Man 3
  7. Captain America: The First Avenger
  8. The Incredible Hulk
  9. Iron Man 2
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Ok if your like me and that stupid video player doesn't work for you no matter what site it's on, here is another one that will work

Thank you kindly :)

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The Dark Knight was a more revolutionary comic that contributed more to Batman's character and comics overall, but Year One was a far better told story and holds up much better today.

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Admittedly I've barely seen the guy in anything, but from what I've seen of him this is a terrible decision.

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