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Old 09-08-2012, 07:24 PM   #44 (permalink)
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Nice OP. Cool to see my favorite company in the lead so far.

Personally, I collect monthlies (still) and have been doing so for thirty years.

My long standing pull list generally consists of:

Batman
Detetive Comics
Flash
JLA
LOSH
Teen Titans
Uncanny X-Men
X-Men Legacy (formerly X-Men & New X-Men)
Astonishing X-Men
Thunderbolts (currently Dark Avengers)
Walking Dead
Hellboy
BPRD

Right now I'm also grabbing Deathstroke, Suicide Squad, Dark Knight, Legion Lost & Uncanny X-Force as long as they keep printing them. Often grab new/different titles to try out. Recently dropped a bunch of stuff (Avenegers, Secret Avengers Incredible Hulk & Hulk), sometimes I purge or lose interest in something.

Some all time recommendations? Ones I haven't seen mentioned by someone else.

Suicide Squad (vol. 1) - John Ostrander
JLA - Rock of Ages - Morrison
JSA - Princes of Darkness - Robinson, Goyer and Johns (lot's of other great Justice Society stuff too)
Teen Titans - Judas Contract
Justice - 12 issue maxi - Ross & Kreuger
Kingdom Come - Ross & Waid
X-Men & Alpha Flight - 2 Issue Mini
Uncanny X-Men Annual #9 (quite possibly the greatest stand-alone comic ever written)
Age of Apocalypse

I could think of more.
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