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#1 Posted by TDK_1997 (18911 posts) - - Show Bio

@scholomance: @ready_4_madness: The question of the thread isn't which publisher has the most most iconic story but which one has more of them. So, what the creator of the thread is asking is for more than one storyline. All I am saying is that Marvel has a bigger number of them than DC.

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#3 Posted by TDK_1997 (18911 posts) - - Show Bio

If I have to be honest I am not fine with Spidey killing but I didn't even notice that he killed anyone in Endgame. Slott's argument is that he killed some alien dogs but I don't remember seeing that. However, it's not a big of a deal because all superheroes kill in the movies at one point - Batman has done it and he has a no kill code, so it's nothing surprising that Peter did it.

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#4 Posted by TDK_1997 (18911 posts) - - Show Bio

The older DC comics stories and most of the Batman stories are iconic, but they are nowhere near as much as the iconic Marvel ones. What I am saying is not that Marvel's stories are better but they are just better recognized, more acclaimed and people actually know about them.

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#5 Posted by TDK_1997 (18911 posts) - - Show Bio

DC is dying imo. It is very sad to watch and to be a witness of because a majority of the characters that I love and characters because of which I am fan of comic book are DC characters. The style of writing that most DC writers have adopted are tiresome - single issues have no development at all, the bigger plots are lame and just repeating themselves each time. While Marvel is returning to its former glory with titles like The Amazing Spider-Man, Immortal Hulk, Avengers, Hickman's X-Men right now, Captain America and others. , DC is actually killing off its main titles slowly.

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#6 Posted by TDK_1997 (18911 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't even want to comment on City of Bane anymore. The opening issue was praised all around by critics and regular readers but for me it didn't do anything. The issues are filler, the villains aren't actually doing much and as cool as it may seem that every jurisdiction that was controlled by the good guys and now is in the villains' hands - it sucks. King again didn't even bother to explain how everything led to this, we are just dropped in the middle of all of this and we are seeing that Bruce is yet again a vegetable. I have lost hope in King.

'Tec this weeks was incredible. Tomasi proves with each issue that he is probably the writer atm who loves the character the most in the business and who has best understanding of the character. Each issue is joy.

Batman: Universe is surprisingly fun to read. Batman is in character, the dialogue is great, all of the characters that appear are actually serving something. Bendis really surprised me and if he is actually able to keep up this level of enthusiasm with the character, with such a strong character voice than he's more than welcome to come on board on the Batman title.

Tim Drake's costume is laughable. His whole character has become a complete joke in recent years and if you ask me it's better to kill off the character again and just keep him dead. If he remains alive a bit longer then he will become even worse and allhistory he has will be just ruined.

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#7 Posted by TDK_1997 (18911 posts) - - Show Bio

Monica

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#8 Posted by TDK_1997 (18911 posts) - - Show Bio

Very hard to pick a certain year tbh. I will just pick the period of 2001-2005.

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#9 Posted by TDK_1997 (18911 posts) - - Show Bio

Magneto

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