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Old 10-30-2012, 04:58 PM   #21
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Skottie Young cover that started it all



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Big fan of Adam Hughes




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Easily one my Top 10 favourite covers of all time. I had a full-sized poster of this on my wall growing up. So awesome.
You guys read my mind on that Hulk/Wolverine cover,i wanted to post a pic. but couldnt figure out how,its awesome,i'm glad i held on to that one.
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Old 10-30-2012, 11:49 PM   #23
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I like that Spawn Wings Of Redemption cover,i actually have some Spawn figures they made from that also.
I was finally able to find this issue at my local store they were having a insane deal I got 36 comics for 6.54 most were worth over 25.00
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Some GREAT Batman covers...Killing Joke is incredible from cover to cover; literally...that playing card on the back cover is awesome.

The GL is one for all-time too...have you seen the newer version of it they did when Hal had one of each ring?
With Kyle in the New Guardians run?

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Always been one of my favorite covers.


What more can you say than Alex Ross.
Amazing covers
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Love these covers also
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Old 10-31-2012, 12:11 AM   #24
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Finally got it to work properly. This last one is an all time favourite painting because my friend San Julian created it.


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Old 10-31-2012, 01:02 AM   #25
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George Perez does one of the most famous covers of all time:

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Old 10-31-2012, 02:07 AM   #26
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Kuma, you put up a TON of ones I love as well! Also, glad to know where Skottie started doing those covers because I'd like to get most of'em. Been collecting his Oz comics from the start!

Here is the GL cover I was talking about. Turns out it wasn't each color's rings, but just the Sinestro Corps:



This was from Free Comic Book Day this year...hyping up the upcoming releases of Stieg Larsson's Millennium Trilogy as a series of two-volume hardcovers:

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Old 10-31-2012, 05:19 PM   #27
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Kuma, you put up a TON of ones I love as well! Also, glad to know where Skottie started doing those covers because I'd like to get most of'em. Been collecting his Oz comics from the start!

Here is the GL cover I was talking about. Turns out it wasn't each color's rings, but just the Sinestro Corps:



This was from Free Comic Book Day this year...hyping up the upcoming releases of Stieg Larsson's Millennium Trilogy as a series of two-volume hardcovers:

Oh yeah I had seen that one before. That story line was pretty good with the Sinstero's corps
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These aren't as classic as some of the others posted here, but these are a few of my favorites from my collection:









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Kuma, you put up a TON of ones I love as well! Also, glad to know where Skottie started doing those covers because I'd like to get most of'em. Been collecting his Oz comics from the start!

Here is the GL cover I was talking about. Turns out it wasn't each color's rings, but just the Sinestro Corps:

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This was from Free Comic Book Day this year...hyping up the upcoming releases of Stieg Larsson's Millennium Trilogy as a series of two-volume hardcovers:

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His work is great, super nice guy too. The variant I posted is a bit expensive these days, but it has been going down to about 30 an issue. He's been doing a lot for marvel now. In the past few weeks hes done A+X, Marvel Point one, Red She Hulk, an issue of Oz, and Uncanny Avengers all in baby variants.
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Old 11-05-2012, 04:17 AM   #34
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This one gets my vote...

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Old 12-08-2012, 10:16 PM   #35
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His work is great, super nice guy too. The variant I posted is a bit expensive these days, but it has been going down to about 30 an issue. He's been doing a lot for marvel now. In the past few weeks hes done A+X, Marvel Point one, Red She Hulk, an issue of Oz, and Uncanny Avengers all in baby variants.
I've picked up a TON of the MarvelNOW variants he did...and have to say, if his art wasn't on the cover I wouldn't have even bought them. Not that they're bad, but I just don't have need of a 5th Hulk #1 or what, an 8th Captain America #1? Meh. But his covers were just as fun as they were beautiful in their simplicity.
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Old 12-08-2012, 10:43 PM   #36
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Matt Wagner's GRENDEL is easily my all-time favorite comic and character. I have nearly everything ever producted of it, whether we're talking comics, figures, lunchboxes - whatever. I tend to have it. With that, here are a few pieces from Grendel that I just love:

Matt write and drew the Batman/Grendel books...just incredible. Get your hands on them if you can find'em!



This one was the beginning of a Dark Horse reprint series that eventually did the entire 40-issue run. I have the original 40...I bought all these too. lol They're all re-colored and look so much better! Plus, Wager did many (if not all, I can't remember at the moment) of the covers this time around. Here is Christine Spar:



For many of the older Hunter Rose versions of the character, Wagner re-colored them in his famous black, white and red and it was cool...but I don't think the original and infinitely more colorful art deco version of Rose's "Devil By The Deed" should have been given that treatment. Looks great as is:


One last Hunter Rose pin up for the fun of it!
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Old 12-09-2012, 01:21 AM   #37
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My personal favorite:

JLA: Our Worlds at War 1-shot

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Old 12-15-2012, 04:36 PM   #38
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My personal favorite:

JLA: Our Worlds at War 1-shot
Yeah Jae Lee is a fantastic artist. He was just at a buddy's comic shop down in the Baltimore area. Wish I could have made it to nab a sketch!

That book is a pretty good read too. Our Worlds at War was a pretty cool crossover for the most part, as I remember.
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Old 12-15-2012, 05:12 PM   #39
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Yeah Jae Lee is a fantastic artist. He was just at a buddy's comic shop down in the Baltimore area. Wish I could have made it to nab a sketch!

That book is a pretty good read too. Our Worlds at War was a pretty cool crossover for the most part, as I remember.
I think overall, it's a bit weak compared to many other big events books that came later in the decade (though the art is great), but it was responsible for giving me my second wind as a comics fan. My first one was around the time of Death of Superman when I was 7, so when OWAT hit, I was a freshman in high school. Then became really immersed again in my early 20's with the popularity of Dark Knight hitting. I've pretty much stuck with it since. With the ability to read everything digitally now, there's really no excuse not to.
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