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What are the best Marvel Comics of all time?

For some of us, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) movies are our first encounter with Marvel. Any long-time fan though will tell you that there are even more amazing characters and story arcs to be read in the comics, here are the some best ones of all time that you should check out.

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  1. 1Daredevil: Born Again

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    Daredevil: Born Again is one of the best Marvel graphic novels written by Frank Miller. It centers around the story of Matt Murdock's downfall when the Kingpin finds out his real identity and how he manages to get back up from it all.

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  1. 2Amazing Spider-Man Epic Collection: Kraven's Last Hunt

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    Amazing Spider-Man Epic Collection: Kraven's Last Hunt is one of the best Marvel comic books seeing the web-slinger faces off against Kraven the Hunter and deal with one his greatest challenges ever in his life as Spider-Man.

  2. 3Wolverine: Old Man Logan

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    Wolverine: Old Man Logan is one of the best Marvel graphic novels depicting Logan, in his later years that is forced to come out of his quiet life to heed a friend's call for help and be a superhero once again.

  1. 4The X-Men: The Dark Phoenix Saga

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    The X-Men: The Dark Phoenix Saga is one of the best Marvel comic books making up the entire story of Jean Grey who has risen and attained the powers of The Dark Phoenix which leads to her corruption in this epic tale of triumph and loss.

  2. 5Fantastic Four: The Galactus Trilogy

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    Fantastic Four: The Galactus Trilogy is a collection of comic books by Warren Ellis and was released in 2009. It marks the introduction and arrival of one of the most powerful beings in the Marvel Universe, Galactus, together with his loyal herald, The Silver Surfer.

  3. 6Marvel's Civil War

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    Marvel's Civil War is a 2006 graphic novel by Mark Millar. Capitol Hill proposes the Super Hero Registration Act, requiring all costumed heroes to unmask themselves before the government. Divided, the nation's greatest champions must each decide how to react.
  4. 7Avengers: Kree/Skrull War

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    The Avengers defend Earth from being engulfed in an intergalactic conflict between the Kree Empire and Skrull Empire. The "Kree-Skrull War" is a story arc that was written by Roy Thomas, and drawn by Sal Buscema, Neal Adams, and John Buscema.
  5. 8Amazing Fantasy #15

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    Amazing Fantasy #15 is a comic book that was made by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko that was first released in 1962. This issue marks the debut of Spider-Man and the beginning of his story, from young Peter Park to the superhero that he eventually became.

  6. 9X-Men: Days of Future Past

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    X-Men: Days of Future Past is a graphic novel comics written by Chris Claremont and John Byrne which tells the major events of the X-Men history since it started and formed in 1981 by Scott Summers also known as Cyclops. 

  7. 10Daredevil: The Man Without Fear

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    Daredevil: The Man Without Fear is a comic book about the origin of Daredevil written by author Frank Miller and illustrated by John Romita Jr. It was first published on October 1, 1993.

  8. 11Ultimates Vol. 1: Super-Human

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    The Ultimates is a thirteen-issue comic book limited series written by Mark Millar. This series serves as a modern retelling and introduction of the Avengers team into the Ultimate Marvel Universe.
  9. 12Spiderman: The Death of Gwen Stacy

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    Spiderman: The Death of Gwen Stacy is a comic book that came out in 2007 and was written by Stan Lee. The Green Goblin kidnaps Gwen Stacy the girlfriend of Peter Parker and forces Spiderman to make a decision that he can never win.

  10. 13The Avengers: Korvac Saga

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    The Avengers: Korvac Saga by Roger Stern, Len Wein, Jim Shooter, and Bill Mantlo which centers on Korvac who travels to the 30th century intending to remake the world but the Avengers and Guardians of Galaxy are ready to defeat him. 

  11. 14Thor by Walter Simonson

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    This Omnibus includes the complete period of Walter Simonson as writer and drawer of the Thor regular series. In this omnibus we will find what are considered by the critics the best sagas and stories of the God of Thunder, like Surtur's Saga, the Hel saga, Beta Ray Bill and Thor as a frog.
  12. 15Amazing Spider-Man Epic Collection: Great Responsibility

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    This Amazing Spider-Man Epic Collection contains the classic masterpiece "The Master Planner". Peter Parker's high-school graduation and landmark battles with the Green Goblin plus a spellbinding team-up with that other famous Lee/Ditko creation, Doctor Strange.
  13. 16Iron Man: Armor Wars

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    Armor Wars is a seven-issue Iron Man story arc written by David Michelinie and Bob Layton. Tony Stark discovers that someone has been stealing his Iron Man tech and selling it to supervillains and does whatever it takes to stop them.

  14. 17Wolverine: Weapon X

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    Wolverine: Weapon X is a graphic novel comics written by Barry Windsor-Smith which explains in detail how Wolverine got his adamantium skeleton wherein his memory was wiped. 
  15. 18The Fall of The Mutants

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    The Fall of The Mutants is a graphic novel comics written by Chris Claremont and Louise Simonson centers on the battle between X-Men and the Marauders who are controlled by Mr Sinister.

  16. 19The Death of Captain Marvel

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    The Death of Captain Marvel is a graphic novel written by Jim Stalin. Witness the classic and tragic end of one of the greatest heroes of all time, Mar-Vell of the Kree, who became the Earth hero Captain Marvel.
  17. 20Secret Wars

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    Secret Wars is a graphic novel comics written by Jim Shooter which is a Marvel Universe cross-over set in the 1980s involving The Beyonder, Dr. Doom, Marvel Super Villains vs. the Superheroes. 

  18. 21Avengers: Time Runs Out Volume 1

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    Avengers: Time Runs Out Volume 1 is a sequential comic book series written by Jonathan Hickman. It was published in 2015 by Marvel Comics, Avengers: Time Runs Out Volume 1 is the 8th book in the Avengers (2013) comic book series and features the Illuminati.
  19. 22Alias Omnibus

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    Alias Omnibus is a book by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos. First printed by Marvel in 2006 under ISBN 0785121218, it contains 28 issues of the Marvel heroine Jessica Jones.

  20. 23Fantastic FourOmnibus Volume 2

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    Fantastic Four Omnibus Vol. 2 is a book written by Jonathan Hickman. The artists that contributed to this omnibus include Rick Magyar, Ming Doyle, Leinil Francis Yu, Gerry Alanguilan, Farel Dalrymple, Juan Bobillo, and Marcelo Sosa.
  21. 24World War Hulk

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    World War Hulk is a graphic novel comics written by Greg Park which is returning to his origin to take revenge on the four men who vanished him into space where he found love and made a new world but was wiped away. 

  22. 25Everything Dies (New Avengers Volume 1)

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    Everything Dies (New Avengers Volume 1) is a sequential comic book series written by Jonathan Hickman. First published in 2013 by Marvel Comics, it is the 1st book in the New Avengers comic book series and features the Illuminati.

  23. 26Avengers: Time Runs Out Volume 2

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    Avengers: Time Runs Out Volume 2 is a sequential comic book series written by Jonathan Hickman. First published in 2015 by Marvel Comics, it is the 8th book in the Avengers (2013) comic book series and features the Illuminati.
  24. 27Daredevil Omnibus

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    Daredevil Omnibus is a comic book collection written by Frank Miller and Klaus Janson. It was first published in 2003 and features issues from Daredevil #158-191. The Man Without Fear face his biggest challenge yet as Kingpin and Bullseye take everything away from him.

  25. 28Annihilation

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    Annihilation is a 2006 crossover storyline published by Marvel Comics, the central miniseries written by Keith Giffen. It tells the story of several outer space-related characters in the Marvel Universe including Thanos, Galactus, and Drax the Destroyer. 

  26. 29X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills

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    X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills is a comic book created by Chris Claremont and Brent Anderson. The X-Men must team up with their nemesis, Magneto in order to face a new threat to the world that acts in the name of God.

  27. 30Daredevil Omnibus Vol. 1

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    Daredevil Omnibus Vol. 1 is a book written by Brian Michael Bendis, David W. Mack, and Alex Maleev. First published in 2008 by Marvel this collection of Daredevil comics include Daredevil #16-19 and # 26-60.

  28. 31Secret Invasion

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    Secret Invasion is a graphic novel written by Brian Michael Bendis wherein shapeshifting aliens calles Skrulls have vanished key figures on earth including some Marvel superheroes. 

  29. 32Infinite Avengers (Avengers Volume 6)

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    Infinite Avengers (Avengers Volume 6) is a sequential comic book series written by Jonathan Hickman. First published in 2014 by Marvel Comics, it is the 6th book in the Avengers (2013) comic book series.
  30. 33The Immortal Iron Fist Omnibus

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    The Immortal Iron Fist Omnibus is a book by Ed Brubaker. It was illustrated by Matt Fraction, David Aja, Russ Heath, Travel Foreman, Sal Buscema, Howard Chaykin, and Tonci Zonjic. It contains more than 16 volumes of the series.

  31. 34Incredible Hulk Visionaries (Vol. 5)

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    This is volume 5 of the Incredible Hulk Visionaries series by Peter David. It's the latest collection from the author that starts off with a crisis Countdown that takes the Gray Hulk from one fight to another.

  32. 35Gray (Hulk)

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    Hulk: Gray is a comic book created by the Eisner Award-winning team of Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale. It's a continuity of Loeb and Sale's insightful look into the early days of The Hulk, as they unravel his origin.

  33. 36The Infinity Gauntlet

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    The Infinity Gauntlet is a comic book storyline published by Marvel Comics, written by Jim Starlin and penciled by George Pérez and Ron Lim. It tells the story of Thanos' quest to collect the six Infinity Gems and attach them to the Infinity Gauntlet. 

  34. 37Avengers: Under Siege

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    Avengers: Under Siege is a comic book collection created by Roger Stern and was illustrated by John Buscema. Following the events of Secret Wars II, the Avengers faces defeat from an attack by The Masters of Evil as well as treachery from an ally.

  35. 38X-Men: Age of Apocalypse

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    X-Men: Age of Apocalypse is a graphic novel by Scott Lob. Charles Xavier is dead due to a time-travel accident and with Apocalypse rules with an iron fist, Magneto and the X-Men rises to fight back.

  36. 39House of M

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    House of M is a comic book included in the Marvel multiverse written by Brian Bendis and illustrated by Olivier Coipel. It contains 8 chapters and was published in 2005. The X-Men and the Avengers team up to face a threat to the world.

  37. 40Avengers vs X-Men

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    Avengers vs X-Men is a graphic novel created by Brian Michael Bendis and was released in 2013. The Phoenix Force is back and the Avengers clash with the X-Men on how exactly to deal with this threat.

  38. 41Avengers: Ultron Unlimited

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    Avengers: Ultron Unlimited is a comic book created by Kurt Busiek (Author), George Perez (Illustrator) that released in 2001. The Avengers must confront Ultron, the sentient robot created by Avenger Hank Pym that has seized control of the world's media and destroyed the Eastern European country of Slorenia.

  39. 42Regression (Incredible Hulk)

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    Regression is part of the Incredible Hulk series by Bill Mantlo. In this Bruce Banner still controls the mind and body of his green-skinned alter ego, but he's not sure for how much longer. 

  40. 43X-Men Omnibus Volume 2

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    X-Men Omnibus Volume 2 is a comic book collection written by Chris Claremont and illustrated by Jim Lee. First printed in 2012 by Marvel, it includes the Uncanny X-Men (1963) 273-280; X-Factor (1986) 63-70, and X-Men (1991) 1-9.

  41. 44Essential Incredible Hulk (Marvel Essentials, Vol. 1)

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    Essential Incredible Hulk is volume 1 of the Marvel Essentials series by the indomitable Stan Lee. In this, Dr. Robert Bruce Banner now finds himself transformed during times of stress into The Incredible Hulk.

  42. 45Pardoned (Incredible Hulk)

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    Pardoned is part of the Incredible Hulk series by Bill Mantlo, and is one of the most unique chapters in the life of The Hulk. In this, The Hulk battles the "Hulk Hunters" and the Galaxy Master.
  43. 46Venom

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    Venom is a four-part comic book series created by Rick Remender and illustration made by Tony Moore released in October 2011. It follows the story of lethal alien symbiote known as Venom who is now in the custody of the U.S military.

  44. 47Boiling Point (Incredible Hulk, Vol. 2)

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    Boiling Point is volume 2 of the Incredible Hulk series by Bruce Jones. In this, Dr. Robert Bruce Banner is a fugitive from justice and he finds himself in the middle of a hostage crisis, forcing The Hulk to play a role.

  45. 48The She-Hulk Diaries

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    The She-Hulk Diaries is a Comic, Fantasy, Sequential Art, Women's Fiction book written by Marta Acosta. It was published June 18, 2013 by Kingswell.

  46. 49Incredible Hulk VS Superman

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    The Incredible Hulk and Superman are two of the mightiest beings on Earth, and who each lead double lives. In Incredible Hulk VS Superman by Roger Stern, witness the first fateful encounter of the Incredible Man-Monster and the Man of Steel.

  47. 50The Avengers

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    The Avengers is a comic book series created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby that first came out in 1963. It tells the story of the formation of the Earth's Mightiest Heroes and the various enemies and challenges that they have faced.

  48. 51Adapt or Die (Avengers Volume 5)

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    Adapt or Die (Avengers Volume 5) is a sequential comic book series written by Jonathan Hickman. First published in 2014 by Marvel Comics, it is the 5th book in the Avengers (2013) comic book series.

  49. 52Uncanny X-Men Omnibus Vol. 1

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    The Uncanny X-Men Omnibus Vol. 1 is a book by Chris Claremont. First printed by Marvel Comics Group in 2006, it contains the works of Claremont during his first 5 years with the X-Men series. It is illustrated by Len Wein and John Byrne.

  50. 53Red Sonja: Queen of Plagues

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    Red Sonja: Queen of Plagues by Gail Simone is a fantasy graphic novel published in 2014. This book follows the story of the strong and powerful heroine, Red Sonja, and her epic battle towards a glorious victory.

  51. 54Perfect World (New Avengers Volume 4)

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    Perfect World (New Avengers Volume 4) is a sequential comic book series written by Jonathan Hickman. First published in 2014 by Marvel Comics, it is the 4th book in the New Avengers comic book series and features the Illuminati.

  52. 55Other Worlds (New Avengers Volume 3)

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    Other Worlds (New Avengers Volume 3) is a sequential comic book series written by Jonathan Hickman. First published in 2014 by Marvel Comics, it is the 3rd book in the New Avengers comic book series and features the Illuminati.

  53. 56S.M.A.S.H. Time (Indestructible Hulk, Vol. 3)

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    S.M.A.S.H. Time is volume 3 of the Indestructible Hulk series from Mark Waid. In this, The Hulk is sent on his most dangerous mission yet. He must work for a secret subdivision of S.H.I.E.L.D.

  54. 57Secret Warriors Omnibus

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    The Secret Warriors Omnibus is a book by Jonathan Hickman. It was written by Hickman and Brian Michael Bendis with contributions from artists including Stefano Caselli, Alessandro Vitti, Alex Maleev, Ed McGuinness, and Mirko Colak
  55. 58Avengers: Time Runs Out Volume 4

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    Avengers: Time Runs Out, Volume 4 is a sequential comic book series written by Jonathan Hickman. First published in 2015 by Marvel Comics, it is the 10th book in the Avengers (2013) comic book series and features the Illuminati.
  56. 59Avengers: Time Runs Out Volume 3

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    Avengers: Time Runs Out, Volume 3 is a sequential comic book series written by Jonathan Hickman. First published in 2015 by Marvel Comics, it is the 9th book in the Avengers (2013) comic book series and features the Illuminati.

  57. 60Thor Omnibus

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    The Thor Omnibus is a book written by J. Michael Straczynski and illustrated by Olivier Coipel, Marko Djurdjevic, and David Aja. It includes the Fantastic Four #536-537, Thor #1-12, Thor #600-603, and Thor Giant-Size Finale.

  58. 61Captain America: Winter Soldier

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    Captain America: Winter Soldier is a graphic novel that was written by Ed Brubaker and was published in 2010. The Captain must solve the mystery of Red Skull's murder and find the one who stole his Cosmic Cube weapon.

  59. 62Captain Marvel (Vol. 1)

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    As Captain Marvel, a.k.a. Carol Danvers, comes to a crossroads with a new life and new romance, she makes a dramatic decision that will alter the course of her life - and the entire Marvel Universe - in the months to come.

  60. 63Prelude to Infinity (Avengers Volume 3)

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    Prelude to Infinity (Avengers Volume 3) is a sequential comic book series written by Jonathan Hickman. First published in 2013 by Marvel Comics, it is the 3rd book in the Avengers (2013) comic book series.

  61. 64Gods and Monster (Indestructible Hulk, Vol. 2)

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    Gods and Monster is volume 2 in the  Indestructible Hulk by Mark Waid and superstar creator Walt Simmons, who drew The Hulk and Thor in this incredibly exciting installment.


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    Anonymous
    May 6, 2018
    "She-Hulk got us got us kicked out of the Avengers Mansion. People keep posting videos online of her New Year's Eve shenanigans: twirling flaming telephone poles in Times Square, climbing the Empire State Building while dangling Anderson Cooper, dancing wildly at parties, and commandeering a motorcycle cop's ride to do wheelies across the Brooklyn Bridge. Saying there are two sides to Jennifer Walters's personality is an understatement. When she hasn't morphed into a 650-pound, crime-fighting, hard-partying superhero, she's a single lawyer trying to get her act together. Hilarious and action-packed, The She-Hulk Diaries tells her story, as she juggles looking for Mr. Right and climbing the corporate ladder by day with battling villains and saving the world by night. Maybe she'll finally take on a case that will define her career. Maybe she won't meet one Mr. Right, but two, and she'll have to choose. Maybe bad guys will stop trying to destroy the planet so she can read her Perez Hilton in peace."
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    The She-Hulk Diaries
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    Anonymous
    January 2, 2017
    "As much as I absolutely appreciate all the superhero movies (especially the Marvel ones), they don't come out often enough to satiate my ferocious appetite. That's when I decided to turn to comics. Only thing was, there's so many comics and some people claim you should start here, other claim you should start elsewhere. It was overwhelming. I found coming off after watching the new Xmen and seeing the latest Avengers trailer, a great comic book to get lost in was Secret Invasion. It was epic reading how the X-men, Spiderman, the Avengers, plus many many more of your most recognizable super heros deal with a full scale invasion of shape-shifting aliens. It had everything I wanted in a superhero movie converted to paper."
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    Secret Invasion
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    Anonymous
    January 15, 2019
    "Venom is a 26 issue series by Rick Remender and various artists. Eugene "Flash" Thompson is a wheelchair bound veteran soldier idolising Spider-man. When project Rebirth gives him the chance to be a hero again Flash must face his mistakes and his personal demons in order to control the alien suit he has been bonded to. This series is brave enough to deal with dark end deep issues such as alcoholism, domestic abuse, disability, self doubt and more. But in the end it is something that the great Stan Lee would have written himself, or at least it prominantly caries his preachings of everyone being able to be a hero no matter the struggles they go through."
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    Venom
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    Anonymous
    May 15, 2018
    "In all of creation, only one Earth has met and triumphed over each Incursion that has threatened it: the Earth of the heroes of the Great Society! And guess which Earth is on a collision course with ours? Now, the New Avengers must take on the combined power of the Great Society - and only a single parallel Earth can survive! But how far is Doctor Strange willing to go to protect the Marvel Universe? Which New Avenger will find the strength to press the butt on that destroys a world? And most importantly, what will come in the aftermath? It's the battle you didn't know you wanted to see - unti l now!"
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    Perfect World (New Avengers Volume 4)
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    Anonymous
    February 7, 2017
    "This one has to go in the great literature category. I never has a real affection for DD but a friend recommended this so I picked it up. There is nothing not to love about Reborn! The story will grab you from the beginning and run you though the emotional wringer. Truly Frank Miller at his best. The artwork is superb, building and building throughout the story. Mazzuchelli's art tells a story all it's own. This is a must have for any Marvel fan!"
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    Daredevil: Born Again
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    Anonymous
    June 16, 2017
    "This comic fulfilled my need and solved my problem with being able to find another really great Marvel comic I had not yet read. It talks about one of the biggest arc in the modern Spiderman canon (don't really have to worry about spoiling it, it's right in the title). It adds a lot of depth to the main character, his love interest, and one of his rivals, and I think it's one of the best modern Marvel comics."
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    Spiderman: The Death of Gwen Stacy
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    Anonymous
    May 5, 2018
    "Iron Fist is a fairly classic Marvel character. His TV outing has been less than well regarded, but his appearances in comics themselves have always gone over well. He's an interesting character, and leads to a lot of interaction with other characters. There's a lot of content here, and since it's focused on a less popular Marvel hero, it's likely it'll be something new for you."
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    The Immortal Iron Fist Omnibus
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    Anonymous
    May 14, 2018
    "This is a poor facsimile of the original avengers. The story lines while in line with the incredulity of the originals are not taken to a place where we believe that we really need these heroes to save the world. There are times reading the comic where I doubted there were heroes depicted at all. It seemed so one dimensional and boring. I wouldn't waste my time reading it again."
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    Other Worlds (New Avengers Volume 3)
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    Anonymous
    May 12, 2018
    "Jonathan Hickman knows his audience very well. That being obvious in his latest work of Adapt or Die (Avengers Volume 5), he is quite aware that there could never be too many Avenger tales written. The reading audience, and Avenger fans will relish the reading, and wallow in the wonderment of another episode so finely written and enjoyable, for past fans, and newcomers."
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    Adapt or Die (Avengers Volume 5)
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    Anonymous
    May 14, 2018
    "Add: The third volume of Jonathan Hickman's Time Runs Out series. The multiverse is collapsing in on itself. As alternate earths collide with our own earth the only possible outcome is destruction, unless the alternate earth is destroyed first. The Avengers team collide in a conflict over the ethics and implications of how to save our world."
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    Avengers: Time Runs Out Volume 3
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    Anonymous
    April 11, 2018
    "The Hulk has always been one of my favorite mutants of Marvel Comics. This story would be new to me because I haven't followed The S.H.I.E.L.D much so this captivates me and has my full attention. I've also never heard of Kid Colt, Two-Gun Kid, or Rawhide Kid, so I definitely want to read the book to figure it out all of what's going on."
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    S.M.A.S.H. Time (Indestructible Hulk, Vol. 3)
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    Anonymous
    May 11, 2017
    "I've been trying to get into comics (or at least read some) for a while but it's always so overwhelming to know where to start but since people recommended Secret Wars I gave it a read. Although I didn't know who half the characters are or some of the backstory I still found Secret Wars to be fun and it has some amazing artwork as well."
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    Secret Wars
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "I am a big marvel comic book fan. I would like my son to get into reading comics too. I have great memories of reading The Incredible Hulk, and I think he would like a few comics for his birthday. I checked out Amazon and found an incredible selection and I chose World War Hulk as a gift. I know he is going to enjoy it and I can too!"
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    World War Hulk
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    Anonymous
    April 7, 2018
    "Only 20% of 15 customers rate this comic with 5 stars, and I think I can see why. This is a graphic novel, but the art is only in black and white. It is not in color! This book costs $36. I recommend saving that money and spending it on original, genuine Marvel comics printed decades earlier. Those were definitely published in color."
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    Essential Incredible Hulk (Marvel Essentials, Vol. 1)
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "Thor is one of Marvel's most popular comics. After Disney bought the rights to the Marvel movies they have started cranking them out rapidly. This has only increased the interest in Thor. This Hardcover book by Walter Simonson is largely considered to be the best of the best Thor comics. This fits the topic extremely well."
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    Thor by Walter Simonson
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    Anonymous
    January 28, 2017
    "I was looking for one of the best marvel comics of all time when I came across The Avengers: Korvac Saga. It's one of the most memorable story arcs from The Avengers comic. This is awesome and really relevant with all the success of the Marvel cinematic universe right now. I'm glad that I found this comic."
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    The Avengers: Korvac Saga
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    Anonymous
    May 7, 2018
    "Nothing is bigger these days in entertainment than the Marvel Universe. Daredevil has always been one of my favorite characters since reading comics as a child. This Omnibus contains the Frank Miller written stories which most people agree are some of the best Daredevil stories of all time."
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    Daredevil Omnibus
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    Anonymous
    June 26, 2017
    "Looking for the greatest Marvel Comics of all time. I came across this comic "Avengers: Kree/Skrull War". This comic is very entertaining and probably one of the best comics I've read in a while. If you're a fan of Marvel comics, I recommend giving this a chance. You won't be disappointed."
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    Avengers: Kree/Skrull War
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    Anonymous
    May 7, 2018
    "I've yet to read the Jessica Jones series in Marvel, but I'm quite bias and recommend the X-Men series. They have great character backstories, interesting dialogue and keep the reader glued to the stories. Again, I haven't read Jessica Jones, but I know it has a good following."
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    Alias Omnibus
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "If you are looking for the best Marvel comics of all time, don't look here. The story is not as grand, and all of the characters have issues. It's more like a reality television show than super heros. Don't get me wrong, it wasn't terrible. It was just not what I am use to."
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    Ultimates Vol. 1: Super-Human
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    Anonymous
    April 2, 2018
    "I absolutely loved Pardoned (Incredible Hulk). Mantlo did such a great job sucking us in on this one during the Hulk's presidential pardon to meeting a new love interest, I was sucked in from page one. The only disappointing part to this story was that it had to end."
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    Pardoned (Incredible Hulk)
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    Anonymous
    May 15, 2018
    "It is hard to pick the best Marvel Comics of all time, and Infinite Avengers is definitely a great comic, I don't see it as one of the best of all time. The action switches from 5,000 years in the future to present day which can be hard to follow at times."
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    Infinite Avengers (Avengers Volume 6)
  • #23
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    Anonymous
    April 5, 2018
    "This volume of the Incredible Hulk is definitely the best in this particular series. Marvel has so many great comics it is very tough for me to just pick one best. This Hulk however is definitely in the Top of All Time so is definitely worth checking out!"
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    Incredible Hulk Visionaries (Vol. 5)
  • #24
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    Anonymous
    May 13, 2017
    "This is an idea that has already been done and explored in the recent Logan movie. My interest is piqued because of my love for the character, however, I have already moved on with his brilliant departure and am ready for the next generation in x-men."
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    Wolverine: Old Man Logan
  • #25
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    Anonymous
    June 28, 2017
    "Wolverine: Weapon X is one of my all time favorite iterations in the Marvel series. It engulfs you in the world of wolverine and will force you to continue reading through until the end. The climax is also incredible and will leave you wanting more."
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    Wolverine: Weapon X
  • #26
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    Anonymous
    April 26, 2018
    "X-Men Omnibus Volume 2 is a comic book collection written by Chris Claremont and illustrated by Jim Lee, is a must for my little boy, Cooper. He has a stack of X-Men comics and has asked me about this one so I have put it into my shopping cart!"
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    X-Men Omnibus Volume 2
  • #27
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    Anonymous
    April 19, 2017
    "I recently got into Comics a few months ago and wanted to read some of the best ones according to the internet. Amazing Fantasy 15 was recommended. It's OK, but I did not enjoy it very much at all. Artwork isn't very attractive."
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    Amazing Fantasy #15
  • #28
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    Anonymous
    February 22, 2017
    "I was looking for an epic fight between Iron Man and Captain America and I got it. In my opinion this is a definitive piece of Marvel history. If loved the movies and I really enjoyed this book. I would highly recommend."
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    Marvel's Civil War
  • #29
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    Anonymous
    April 26, 2018
    "Thor returns in this story to be re-united with Dr. Don Blake. They must negotiate with the awakening of the Mythic Norse Kingdom and its immortal heroes. The problem is that the world may not want them back."
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    Thor Omnibus
  • #30
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    Anonymous
    January 6, 2017
    "If you are a fan of Marvel comics this is the ultimate historic 'must have'. The artwork is in black and white, and loses something of the original atmosphere, but it still represents a peak of '60s creativity."
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    Fantastic Four: The Galactus Trilogy
  • #31
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    Anonymous
    April 6, 2018
    "This is one of the best comics especially if you are a Hulk fan like me. Unfortunately the cover has been altered from the original due to Marvel not having the rights anymore, overall this is a great comic."
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    Regression (Incredible Hulk)
  • #32
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    Anonymous
    September 10, 2019
    "There are plenty of stories about The Avengers that wasn't covered in the movies. If you really want to know about the full history of Earth's Mightiest Heroes, this is one of the best Marvel comics to read."
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    The Avengers
  • #33
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    Anonymous
    June 2, 2017
    "I thoroughly enjoyed this comic and can say it is one of Marvel's best. I can also appreciate Captain America and many others. Iron Man is a staple in America and I'm sure will stay that way for a long time."
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    Iron Man: Armor Wars
  • #34
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    Anonymous
    July 9, 2017
    "If you are a Marvel Comics fan then you will enjoy Amazing spider man epic collection Kraven's Last Hunt. This collection is full of adventure and very enjoyable. I highly recommend this series to others."
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    Amazing Spider-Man Epic Collection: Kraven's Last Hunt
  • #35
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    Anonymous
    April 4, 2018
    "Indestructible Hulk, Vol. 2: Gods and Monster is a great comic book featuring the Hulk and Thor. It's part 2 of a 3 part series for the Indestructible Hulk and is a must-have for any comic book fan."
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    Gods and Monster (Indestructible Hulk, Vol. 2)
  • #36
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    Anonymous
    September 28, 2017
    "Spider Man is one of the most iconic heros of all time. Many people more than enjoy him. This is a great collection for anyone either starting out or anyone that has been a fan all of their lives."
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    Amazing Spider-Man Epic Collection: Great Responsibility
  • #37
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    Anonymous
    April 6, 2017
    "This is one of the best Marvel story arcs of all time. It is laced with epic scale and tragedy, and the story itself is pretty dark. I hope they make a movie about this arc that does it justice!"
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    The X-Men: The Dark Phoenix Saga
  • #38
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    Anonymous
    April 5, 2018
    "The hulk always finds himself in positions where he is both savior and destructor. For that reason, he is very relatable, and this specific comic shows him having to play both roles quite well."
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    Boiling Point (Incredible Hulk, Vol. 2)
  • #39
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    Anonymous
    May 5, 2018
    "Avengers: Time Runs Out Volume 1 starts out the series on a great note and really develops all of the characters well. The story is amazing and the action is incredible. I love this book."
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    Avengers: Time Runs Out Volume 1
  • #40
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    Anonymous
    September 10, 2019
    "A nice crossover issue that was a lot of fun to read. Drax gets a new look here which I think was cool. Something different from all the stories I've read, this one takes place in space."
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    Annihilation
  • #41
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    Anonymous
    September 10, 2019
    "If you're still recovering from Avengers: Endgame and want to experience it again, why not read the comic that it was based on. It's one of the best Marvel Comics story arcs ever."
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    The Infinity Gauntlet
  • #42
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    Anonymous
    April 28, 2018
    "I was actually surprised how much I enjoyed this comic. The story and art were beautiful. If you're like me and never really read Marvel comics this is the best place to start."
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    Fantastic FourOmnibus Volume 2
  • #43
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    Anonymous
    September 10, 2019
    "It's not often that we see Earth's Mightiest Heroes really struggle with defeat but this story is one of them and it was an amazing read from start to finish. Go check it out."
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    Avengers: Under Siege
  • #44
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    Anonymous
    September 10, 2019
    "It's always quite an interesting story to read whenever the X-Men teams up with Magneto and this time is no different. It's not Age of Apocalypse but it's still great."
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    X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills
  • #45
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    Anonymous
    September 10, 2019
    "One of the best Marvel comics featuring Captain America facing off with arguably the most important person that helped shaped his character, Bucky, the Winter Soldier."
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    Captain America: Winter Soldier
  • #46
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    Anonymous
    May 6, 2018
    "The Avengers are at it again. Volume four in the series is The climax of our heroes and The Illuminati. A struggle for freedom and good is played out on a grand stage."
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    Avengers: Time Runs Out Volume 4
  • #47
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    Anonymous
    September 10, 2019
    "A once in a lifetime event and that's putting it mildly. Regardless of whether which superhero group, you're a fan of, this is something that you have to read."
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    Avengers vs X-Men
  • #48
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    Anonymous
    June 12, 2017
    "Daredevil: The Man Without Fear is a marvel graphic novel. It details the origin of the character of Daredevil and is pretty good, as far as marvel comics go."
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    Daredevil: The Man Without Fear
  • #49
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    Anonymous
    July 20, 2017
    "This is one of the best Marvel arcs I've ever read, besides the Ultimates storyline. If you're looking for high quality story telling, this is what you want."
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    The Fall of The Mutants
  • #50
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    Anonymous
    February 11, 2017
    "This doesn't even come close to being Marvel Comics of all time. Not at all what I was looking for. While it's a great movie, IMO, it's not what I wanted."
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    X-Men: Days of Future Past
  • #51
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    Anonymous
    April 10, 2018
    "Incredible Hulk VS Superman is the best Marvel Comics of all time. witness the first fateful encounter of the Incredible Man-Monster and the Man of Steel."
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    Incredible Hulk VS Superman
  • #52
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    Anonymous
    September 10, 2019
    "I think Wanda is one of the most complex characters in the Marvel universe and it was great to read and know more about her story in this comic book."
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    House of M
  • #53
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    Anonymous
    April 29, 2018
    "One of my favorite X-Men series! Loved the storyline and loved the illustrations. Must get for any comic book fan and especially for any X-Men fan."
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    Uncanny X-Men Omnibus Vol. 1
  • #54
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    Anonymous
    September 10, 2019
    "The apocalypse story arc is one of my favorite stories from the X-Men universe. If the movie adaptation left you wanting, check this one out."
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    X-Men: Age of Apocalypse
  • #55
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    Anonymous
    May 16, 2018
    "Wow. I'm very pleased to have found this series online. I have always been a huge fan of marvel comics. This is a definite must have."
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    Prelude to Infinity (Avengers Volume 3)
  • #56
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    Anonymous
    May 18, 2018
    "I had a great time reading this comic book series. This is a contender for one of the best Marvel comics out there."
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    Avengers: Time Runs Out Volume 2
  • #57
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    Anonymous
    September 10, 2019
    "Saw the Marvel movie so I got curious and wanted to read the comic book it was based on and it was a great read."
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    Avengers: Ultron Unlimited
  • #58
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    Anonymous
    April 30, 2018
    "This is a highly rated marvel comic which is what I was looking for. I am satisfied with this recommendation."
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    Secret Warriors Omnibus
  • #59
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    Anonymous
    January 4, 2017
    "This comic is a classic. It goes beyond the usual good versus evil tropes and dives into a character."
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    The Death of Captain Marvel
  • #60
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    Anonymous
    March 1, 2018
    "Not the best Marvel character so I don't think I would say that. There are others that are better."
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    Red Sonja: Queen of Plagues
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    Anonymous
    April 14, 2018
    "Interesting and different perspective of a comic book icon."
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    Gray (Hulk)
This list is about What are the best Marvel Comics of all time
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1Daredevil: Born AgainBooks 53 Paid
2Amazing Spider-Man Epic Collection: Kraven's Last HuntBooks 46 Paid
3Wolverine: Old Man LoganBooks 45 Paid
4The X-Men: The Dark Phoenix SagaBooks 42 Paid
5Fantastic Four: The Galactus TrilogyBooks 41 Paid
6Marvel's Civil WarBooks 39 Paid
7Avengers: Kree/Skrull WarBooks 39 Paid
8Amazing Fantasy #15Books 39 Paid
9X-Men: Days of Future PastBooks 29 Paid
10Daredevil: The Man Without FearBooks 28 Paid
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