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#70 Doom Patrol: The Painting That Ate Paris

From superstar writer Grant Morrison this storyline was originally presented in Doom Patrol issues #26-34. The rise of the legendary Brotherhood of Dada... the only team of super-foes ever strange enough to rival the Doom Patrol itself - as well as the menace of the Decreator and the return of Monsieur Mallah and the Brain from the original Brotherhood of Evil.

The Painting That Ate Paris storyline was just in DP #26-29. Going Underground from #29, Decreator from #31-33 and The Soul of a New Machine from #34 were separate stories.


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#72 Sandman: A Game For You

The title should be A Game of You.


Thanks!, typo


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#79 Adam Warlock: The Magus Saga
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This image is by Kane not Starlin and has nothing to do with the Magus saga. The cover of Strange Tales #178 or Warlock #9 or 10 would be more appropriate.


I'll agree to that, lets show off some of Starlin's (inter)stellar cover art!


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Thanks MC for this. This is a great job. And you also provided the links to those interested to give a try to great stories! This is unbelievable. From this first segment, I found a lot of non DC titles I never tried in the past. I shall give them a try. Thanks. :lol:


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Should #88 comprising Thor #337-340 and #51 comprising Thor #337-353 both appear on the list?


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The Thor story is a bit tricky. #88 The Ballad of Beta Ray Bill is fairly well self contained in those issues. However #51 the story of Surtur also begins in those issues and the demons that cause the initial fight between Thor and Bill are from Surtur (as well as Bill playing a major role in the ongoing fight against them), so it is important to the story to read the Beta Ray Bill saga as part of the Surtur story.

(Incidentally Beta Ray Bill recently reappeared in "The Unworthy Thor" so the story is even more relevant currently.)


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The Surtur Saga, as previously mentioned, had planted its seeds from the very beginning of the classic Simonson run. In order to enjoy the entire story, begin with issue #337. The first few issues of this run may only have a single page dedicated to the overall story but it should be included for the complete storyline.


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added #49 to #30 on the countdown to #1


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#28 should say Batman: A Death In The Family.


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#9 Seasons of Mist

The title should be Season of Mists.


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I get the impression that whoever wrote the description of the Dark Phoenix saga hasn't read very many X-Men comics.


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Damnation! we reached the number 1 spot. I was expecting the Crisis t be number 1. Never liked the Watchmen. Only read it once, one issue at a time. and was glad to reach the 12th issue.

But, Many thanks to MC :D for this incredible chart. And you never know, perhaps with time we will see Dark Nights: Metal in the next top 100.


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How many votes was the result based on?


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wow, real sorry I just saw your reply! This was on votes casted here at the Comic Kingdom, The Dog Pound (my other comics private home) and the rest of the bunch from the folks at CBR!


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I've not heard of The Dog Pound before. Is it open to new members?


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