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Gelezen, volledig, gedeeltelijk, of niet zover geraakt in de reeks ;) maar wel beginnen volgen, maar nu niet meer in mijn collectie (de nrs in't vet las ik zeer graag, maar heb er geen plaats meer voor) :


100. “The Death of Speedy” by Jaime Hernandez (Love and Rockets #21-23) – 98 points (1 first place vote)


96. “The Love Bunglers” by Jaime Hernandez (Love and Rockets: New Stories #3-4) – 108 points (3 first place votes)


95. “The Death of Jean DeWolff” by Peter David and Rich Buckler (plus many inkers) (The Spectacular Spider-Man (1976) #107-110) – 109 points


94. “Blood of Palomar” by Gilbert Hernandez (Love and Rockets #21-26) – 110 points (4 first place votes)


79. “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume 1? by Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill (League of Extraordinary Gentlemen #1-6) – 133 points (2 first place votes)


60. “Grand Guignol” by James Robinson and Peter Snejbjerg (with Paul Smith) (Starman #62-73) – 165 points (6 first place votes)


54. “Winter Soldier” by Ed Brubaker, Steve Epting, Michael Lark and Michael Perkins (Captain America #1-6, 8-9, 11-14) – 182 points (1 first place vote)


45. “Identity Crisis” by Brad Meltzer, Rags Morales and Michael Bair (Identity Crisis #1-7) – 230 points (2 first place votes)


40. “The Last Iron Fist Story” by Ed Brubaker, Matt Fraction, David Aja, Travel Foreman and Various Artists (Immortal Iron Fist #1-14, Civil War: Choosing Sides and Annual #1) – 243 points (4 first place votes) – 243 points (4 first place votes)


28. “Runaways Volume 1″ by Brian K. Vaughan, Adrian Alphona, Craig Yeung, Takeshi Miyazawa and David Nebold (Runaways #1-18) – 298 points (3 first place votes)


23. “Civil War” by Mark Millar, Steve McNiven and Dexter Vines (Civil War #1-7) – 384 points (5 first place votes)


19. “Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?” by Alan Moore, Curt Swan, Kurt Schaffenberger and George Perez (Superman #423 and Action Comics #583) – 394 points (7 first place votes)


9. “Maus: A Survivor’s Tale” by Art Spiegelman (For simplicity’s sake, let’s just say Maus: Book 1 and Book 2) – 648 points (9 first place votes)


7. “Kingdom Come” by Mark Waid and Alex Ross (Kingdom Come #1-4) – 941 points (21 first place votes)





Wel nog in mijn collectie :



97. “Unmanned” by Brian K. Vaughan, Pia Guerra and Jose Marzan, Jr. (Y The Last Man #1-6) – 105 points (2 first place votes)


93. “Top 10 Season 1? by Alan Moore, Gene Ha and Zander Cannon (Top 10 #1-12) – 112 points (2 first place votes)



90. “Sleeper Season 1? by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips (Sleeper #1-12) – 118 points (2 first place votes)



85. “Half a Life” by Greg Rucka and Michael Lark (Gotham Central #7-10) – 123 points (2 first place votes)



83. “Elektra: Assassin” by Frank Miller and Bill Sienkiewicz (Elektra: Assassin #1-8) – 127 points (1 first place vote)



80. “Welcome to Lovecraft” by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez (Locke and Key #1-6) – 131 points (5 first place votes)


78. “Saga, Volume 1″ by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples (Saga #1-6) – 134 points (1 first place vote)



77. “Love and Death” by Alan Moore, Stephen Bissette, John Totleben and Rick Veitch(Saga of the Swamp Thing 28-34 & Annual #2) – 137 points (3 first place votes)


75. “Ultimates 2? by Mark Millar, Bryan Hitch and Paul Neary (Ultimates 2 #1-13) – 140 points (2 first place votes)



71. “Homelands” by Bill Willingham, Mark Buckingham and Steve Leialoha (Fables #36-38, 40–41) – 147 (1 first place vote)



70. “A Game of You” by Neil Gaiman, Colleen Doran, Shawn McManus, Bryan Talbot and many inkers (Sandman #32-37) – 148 points


69. “Anatomy Lesson” by Alan Moore, Stephen Bissette and John Totleben (Sage of the Swamp Thing #21-27) – 150 points (1 first place vote)


67. “The Painting That Ate Paris” by Grant Morrison, Richard Case and John Nyberg (Doom Patrol Vol. 2 #26-29) – 153 points (3 first place votes)



64. “Dangerous Habits” by Garth Ennis, Will Simpson, Mark Pennington and a host of other inkers (Hellblazer #41-46) – 158 points (1 first place vote)


63. “Wolverine” by Chris Claremont, Frank Miller and Joe Rubinstein (Wolverine (1982) #1-4) – 160 points (5 first place votes)



62. “Safeword” by Brian K. Vaughan, Pia Guerra and Jose Marzan Jr. (Y: The Last Man #18-20) – 161 points (2 first place votes)


61. “The Great Cow Race” by Jeff Smith (Bone #7-11) – 163 points (2 first place votes)

57. “A Court of Owls” by Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo and Jonathan Glapion (Batman #1-6) – 175 points (3 first place votes)


55. “Gifted” by Joss Whedon and John Cassaday (Astonishing X-Men #1-6) – 180 points (3 first place votes)


52. “The Kindly Ones” by Neil Gaiman, Marc Hempel, Richard Case, D’Israeli, Ted Kristiansen, Glyn Dillon, Dean Ormston and Charles Vess (Sandman #57-69) – 187 points (7 first place votes)


51. “The Dark Angel Saga” by Rick Remender, Jerome Opena, Mark Brooks, Billy Tan, Robbi Rodriguez, Richard Elson, Scot Eaton, Dean White and a whole bunch of inkers (Uncanny X-Force #8, 10-180 – 200 points (5 first place votes)


48. “Doll’s House” by Neil Gaiman, Mike Dringenberg and Malcolm Jones III (Sandman Vol. 2 #9-16) – 216 points (3 first place votes)



44. “Blackest Night” by Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis and Oclair Albert (Blackest Night #1-8) – 234 points (3 first place votes)


 42. “We3″ by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely (We3 #1-3) – 238 points (3 first place votes)


39. “The Black Mirror” by Scott Snyder, Jock and Francesco Francavilla (Detective Comics #871-881) – 245 points (3 first place votes)



37. “All in the Family” by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon (Preacher #8-12)– 260 points (3 first place votes)


36. “E is for Extinction” by Grant Morrison, Frank Quitely and Tim Townsend (New X-Men #114-116)– 262 points (5 first place votes)


35. “The Death of Gwen Stacy” by Gerry Conway, Gil Kane and John Romita (Amazing Spider-Man #121-122)– 269 points (5 first place votes)



33. “Hush” by Jeph Loeb, Jim Lee and Scott Williams (Batman #608-619) – 274 points (5 first place votes)


32. “From Hell” by Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell (From Hell #1-11) – 276 points (7 first place votes)


30. “Brief Lives” by Neil Gaiman, Jill Thompson, Vince Locke and Dick Giordano (Sandman #41-49) – 283 points (7 first place votes)


29. “Deus ex Machina” by Grant Morrison, Chas Truog, Doug Hazlewood, Mark Farmer and a few other artists (Animal Man #18-26) – 295 points (8 first place votes)


26. “Who is the Fourth Man?” by Warren Ellis and John Cassaday (Planetary #1-12) – 305 points (8 first place votes)


24. “Batman R.I.P.” by Grant Morrison, Tony Daniel and Sandu Florea (s #676-681) – 329 points (12 first place votes)


22. “The Sinestro Corps War” by Geoff Johns, Dave Gibbons, Peter Tomasi, Ivan Reis, Ethan Van Sciver, Patrick Gleason plus a whole lot of other pencilers and inkers (Green Lantern Sinestro Corps Special #1, Green Lantern Vol. 4 #21-25, Green Lantern Corps #14-19) – 386 points (7 first place votes)


20. “American Gothic” by Alan Moore, Stephen Bissette, John Totleben, Rick Veitch, Stan Woch, Ron Randall, Alfredo Alcala and Tom Mandrake (The Saga of the Swamp Thing #37-38, 42-45, Swamp Thing #39-41, 46-50) – 391 points (9 first place votes)


18. “The Elektra Saga” by Frank Miller and Klaus Janson (Daredevil #168, 174-182, 187-190) – 432 points (10 first place votes)



16. “V for Vendetta” by Alan Moore and David Lloyd (After beginning serialization in Warrior, V for Vendetta #1-10) – 446 points (7 first place votes)



15. “Days of Future Past” by Chris Claremont, John Byrne and Terry Austin (X-Men #141 and Uncanny X-Men #142) – 449 points (2 first place votes)


13. “Kraven’s Last Hunt” by J.M. DeMatteis, Mike Zeck and Bob McLeod (Amazing Spider-Man #293-294, Spectacular Spider-Man #131-132 and Web of Spider-Man #31-32) – 511 points (3 first place votes)


11. “The Long Halloween” by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale (The Long Halloween #1-13) – 631 points (12 first place votes)


 8. “Season of Mists” by Neil Gaiman, Kelley Jones, Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Matt Wagner, Dick Giordano, George Pratt, and P. Craig Russell (Sandman #21-28) – 826 points (7 first place votes)


 6. “Year One” by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli (Batman #404-407) – 1270 points (26 first place votes)


5. “Dark Knight Returns” by Frank Miller and Klaus Janson (Batman: The Dark Knight #1-4) – 1637 points (41 first place votes)


4. “All Star Superman” by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely (All Star Superman #1-12) – 1658 points (58 first place votes)


3. “Born Again” by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli (Daredevil #227-233) – 1685 points (55 first place votes)


2. “The Dark Phoenix Saga” by Chris Claremont, John Byrne and Terry Austin (X-Men #129-137 – 1985 points (62 first place votes)


1. “Watchmen” by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons (Watchmen #1-12) – 2590 points (106 first place votes)

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Ook Image gestemd.  

Valiant Entertainment op 3, valt op. Minder output, maar uiterst tevreden lezers...precies het omgekeerde van DC.


Beetje vroeg om al conclusies te trekken. Het spel loopt nog bijna een maand.

Hoeveel titels lees jij van Valiant ?

Ik probeerde er twee. Van één was ik best tevreden maar had toch geen zin om te blijven volgen, van de andere was ik helemaal niet tevreden.





Opvallend Marvel op 2, die maken toch geen comics meer?


Toch wel. Zeer goeie zelfs.

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Dat is ook de reden waarom ik niet verder deed met Harbinger : goed, maar ach er is al zoveel om te lezen.

Mocht ik Harbinger nu ECHT heel speciaal hebben gevonden of dat in de jaren 90 ook hebben gelezen (nostalgie), dan, ja..


De andere reeks die ik las is X-O Manowar (hopelijk schrijf ik dat goed) en daar was ik dus niet tevreden over.

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Image was geweldig, maar ik heb op Drawn & Quarterly gestemd. Unieke boeken waar ik alles bij elkaar het meest van heb genoten. Dan denk ik dus aan Letting It Go van Miriam Katin, The Property van Rutu Modan, Marble Season van Gilbert Hernandez and Anders Nilsens' Rage of Poseidon. Maar als Humanoids of SelfMadeHero een van de opties was geweest, dan had ik daarop gestemd.

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Ofwel kennen ze mekaar allemaal en zitten ze te mailen naar mekaar. ;)


Ik vind zo'n poll eigenlijk niet goed opgesteld. Ze zouden dat moeten doen zoals ze dat anders soms doen : een top 3 opstellen met punten zodat je een meer genuanceerd beeld krijgt. Ik heb CBR al weten vragen om top 10's van hun lezers. Veel werk voor de medewerkers, maar ze doen het graag. :)

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