My Permanent Pull List

This pull list isn't just current titles that I'm pick up as soon as they hit the shelf - it's a compilation of every title I've followed (or hope to follow) through a complete run - both past and present.

List items

  • Premium-quality X-Men.

  • This descended into such utter crap. It's sad that this represents the vast majority of Cable's body of canon.

  • Wholly unnecessary, but now I know about every annoying moment of Hope's annoying life. I definitely started rooting for Bishop about halfway through.

  • I'm giving it a try.

  • This is so reliant on an encyclopaedic knowledge of both Cap and Marvel UK errata, and I am so up for the task.

  • Looking forward to reading Daken as a central character.

  • The solo adventures of Wolverine's sociopathic bisexual son? I don't think I could be more tickled by any other concept.

  • I've acquired this, but I have yet to read it.

  • Have to pick up the pre-Utopia issues.

  • Eventually I hope this gets a color reprint, but I'm not holding my breath.

  • Starting this sometime in 2011 (after picking up Y: Last Man).

  • I own a complete run of this through the Ellis period.

  • Bad, but also sometimes good.

  • Just tracked this down; have to read it!

  • They stole this idea directly out of my brain. (Yes, I know this is the mini; I also collected the ongoing.)

  • A little weak on raison d'etre, but a lot of my favorite characters.

  • A fine 50-issue run, but it's a shame Reed didn't work out a better long term plot.

  • Just picked up all four volumes.

  • Bad, but I'm not going to look a gift horse bearing both Captain Britain and Dazzler in the mouth.

  • I didn't read much of this the first time through, but I'm rediscovering how amazing it was through the Classics reprints.

  • I almost didn't pick this up as a TPB, but it wound up being heartbreakingly excellent.

  • Kind of depressing that they're still stuck hanging out together, but if that's what it takes to get my Karma and Moonstar fix, so be it.

  • If only I could have all of this plot development without the overbearing Morrison script and the tragically awful art.

  • So much better than it had any right to be.

  • Incredibly compelling - a smart, atmospheric take on what could have been an awful Deadpool-esque romp.

  • A title that gets better on every re-read, which is good, because I didn't like it very much the first time through.

  • Excited to crack this open, but I don't exactly have high hopes for their treatment of her character.

  • Heading into Absolute Volumes once I finish reading all of my X-Men trades.

  • I own all of this brief volume.

  • Bought a few volumes; yet to decide if it's worth tracking the rest down.

  • Not sure if I love it, but it was easy to pick up the whole thing as "Essentials," so now it's mine.

  • This seems like sheer fan-demanded wankery, but who knows - maybe it won't be terrible.

  • My first monthly issue was in the 280s, but I still distinctly remember reading #281 for the first time.

  • I'm tentatively hooked. The first book I've picked up as the result of a CV review.

  • I have over half of this as single issues, and would like to fill in the blanks.

  • Never really a favorite, but I'm slowly working my way up to and through it via the Wolverine Omnibus.

  • This had a weak start, followed by about 20 blockbuster issues, and then it just gave up the ghost.

  • Perhaps my favorite comic of the past five years - and I don't even love Wolverine!

  • It's a pity the #1-125 range of this is relatively under-collected, as it was pretty solid stuff.

  • So far every comic bearing the "X-23" title has been phenomenal, which can partially be attributed to Yost. Can this Yostless edition keep up the trend?

  • I <3 low-power Jean Grey.

  • I'm afraid David may have jumped the shark with grown-up Layla. We'll see.

  • I only followed through 50, but might have to fill in the gaps to keep up with a few of my favorite characters.

  • I loved the first half of this run to the ground, but it began to meander as it got into constant crossovers.

  • My first monthly comic ever was issue #3, which I think dictated who many of my favorite characters would be.

  • Consistent plotting, strong art, and a focus on Rogue. Might this be my favorite comic book?

  • I liked the early issues of this run, which told extra-length feature stories.

  • I own this entire run as single issues as the result of a sweet eBay find.

  • Truly the worst X-Men ongoing of all time. I have trouble getting through a single issue!

  • Starting this around Christmas.

  • What it lacks in soul it partially makes up for with Anole.