Batman #608

THE GREATEST COMICS OF THE 21st CENTURY By WALT STILES Batman has survived the comic world for over 70 years. He has defeated many criminals stronger, faster, tougher, meaner than him. He has a brilliant mind with extraordinary will power. He never gives up and has the respect of every superhero in the DC Universe. His deductive powers are par to none. May be the best detective the world has ever seen. He has survived defeat, a broken back, the loss of his parents, and many other things that would…

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Action Comics #775

THE GREATEST COMICS OF THE 21st CENTURY By WALT STILES “What’s So Funny About Truth, Justice & the American Way?” is a story that appeared in Action Comics #775 as published by DC Comics in penciled1. Written by Joe Kelly, penciled by Doug Mahnke and Lee Bermejo, and inked by Tom Nguyen, Dexter Vines, Jim Royal, Jose Marzan, Wade Von Grawbadger and Wayne Faucher. Superman is 75 years old and has remained a beacon of virtue and truth in the comic world during that time. He has never purposed to…

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Planetary/The Authority #1

THE GREATEST COMICS OF THE 21st CENTURY By WALT STILES Planetary/The Authority #1 Warren Ellis An eccentric British comic book writer, he created Transmetropolitan, Nextwave, The Authority and Planetary. Noted for new ideas took a contemporary comic world and shook it up with titles like the Authority and Planetary. Planetary began with Planetary #0 – This story appeared as a flip-book in the back of Gen 13 Vol 2 #33 in September of 1998 under the Image label. Planetary #1 – All Over the World came out in April of…

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The Ultimate Spider-Man #1

THE GREATEST COMICS OF THE 21st CENTURY By WALT STILES Spider-Man is an American Icon the most popular superhero of all time. If you are going to reintroduce the story in an Ultimate Universe and remake the hero you had better do it right. In the suggestion that they rewrite the early days of Peter Parker and Spider-Man, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada was skeptical because 1998’s Spider-Man: Chapter One, a previous attempt at re-envisioning Spider-Man’s early adventures, had failed both critically and commercially. But the first several issues were greeted…

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