Also, I would've added Batman: Haunted Knight (1996). It's a personal fave
But... Daredevil is cuter, dresses better and throws better parties... So what gives?
Your list is missing:
Daredevil: Born Again.
Kravens Last Hunt.
@time: was just gonna say that: No Stryfe, Crossbones, Baron Zemo and Purple Man, all of which should be here. And arguably Dracula, Madame Masque and Count Nefaria as well.
Just wondering, what is the "Black Widow # 2-8" supposed to be, a story arc? Or what makes those particular issues significant?
A truly great list but i have to ask, why are Court of Owls and Dark Knight Returns so low on the list (at # 22 & 25)? Did you not like them all that much?
@thedailybagel: Really hope im wrong but I have a bad feeling this movie is going to be weakly plotted (in a similar fashion as Iron Man 3 & Avengers 2 were). The story arc itself is one of my favorites but I think the movie adaption will come off feeling a bit forced. Will they have us believing these super heroes are fighting eachother for good reason? Because thats something i take seriously. My favorite Marvel movies of all time were Winter Soldier and Avengers 1. And in both instances, there was the feeling of purpose. They were actually about something. I dont know but nontheless, I cant wait to watch it, and Deadpool as well.
@drellassassin: @zeeguy91:It's over thirty pages.
You can buy a Stephen King Dark Tower novel for $7-8. It's over 500 pages. I love comics as much as anyone but don't act like this guys nuts for saying 5 bucks is alot of money for a comic book because it is. Comic book pricing is at an all-time high. But hey, thats why I use Marvel Unlimited. $10 a month to read as much as your heart desires, that is, when you're not at work.
What!! No Flatman?? How irresponsible of you to forget about him, yet remember Leech.
@ghostrider1001: < What he said
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