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Comic Book Nerds Unite!
I'm not one, but I've realized that most of the dudes I dig are, or have been at some point...lol, lies. They still are.

Anyway... Favorite comic book series or whatever (Is there a such thing as a comic book that wasn't a series?) Why it's the best? Go!

My uncle had this HUGE trunk full that we could rarely touch. I may have read a few that I vaguely remember. I'll chime in at some point. Probably just to say whether or not, I hated or loved the movies in their honor.

Uhh.. you others, Idk... post or don't. Go Superheroes!
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21 Fans 
5%a. You and your nerds...
14%b. I love comics!
14%c. By comic, do you mean like Chris Rock?!
24%d. I've read a few...
5%e. I've never read one...
10%f. My favorite(s) is(are)....
5%g. This movie was great...
24%h. Beans agrees with allat...

 &nbp;
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#6 | 670 days ago

I used to be a big X-Men nerd (also X-Force, X-Factor ... the comic, NOT the show, thanks ... Excalibur, etc.).  I still have thousands of the comics at my parents' house.  If I wasn't years behind the storylines, I'd probably still read them now.
I've read a few...  
  
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#1 | 670 days ago

Well I just sold off  half my collection, mostly X-Men and related titles.

My first was GI Joe and I've collected everything I can.  Same goes with Star Wars.  Both equally favorited.

My Fun comics are Voltron and Danger Girl.

There was a 9 issue series never finished called Battlechasers which I think would have been fantastic.

The newest one I've been collecting is Magic: The Gathering based on the TCG which I like also.

Nerdy enough?
I love comics!  
#2 | 670 days ago

I mostly read the Archie series.  I think I saw one Archie movie (Josie and the Pussycats?) and it was preyy awful
I've read a few...  
#3 | 670 days ago

hskrdave wrote:
Well I just sold off  half my collection, mostly X-Men and related titles.

My first was GI Joe and I've collected everything I can.  Same goes with Star Wars.  Both equally favorited.

My Fun comics are Voltron and Danger Girl.

There was a 9 issue series never finished called Battlechasers which I think would have been fantastic.

The newest one I've been collecting is Magic: The Gathering based on the TCG which I like also.

Nerdy enough?
blush Wow, I had no idea.
I've read a few...  
#4 | 670 days ago

:D
This movie was great...  
#5 | 670 days ago

Debi_L wrote:
blush Wow, I had no idea.
I know.

I like to keep my awesomeness somewhat limited so as not to overwhelm everyone.
I love comics!  
#6 | 670 days ago

I used to be a big X-Men nerd (also X-Force, X-Factor ... the comic, NOT the show, thanks ... Excalibur, etc.).  I still have thousands of the comics at my parents' house.  If I wasn't years behind the storylines, I'd probably still read them now.
I've read a few...  
#7 | 670 days ago

Jim Lee's reboot of Xmen was probably the coolest thing i collected.   Todd McFarlane's run on Spider Man was a f**kawesome second.



My favorite(s) is(are)....  
#8 | 670 days ago

hskrdave wrote:
I know.

I like to keep my awesomeness somewhat limited so as not to overwhelm everyone.
LOL
By comic, do you mean like Chris Rock?!  
#9 | 670 days ago

Had a lot of Spawn too...

My favorite(s) is(are)....  
#10 | 670 days ago

Janet, Jason, all of those are gone with about 1200 books from my collection.

I think the coolest run I have left is a lot of Mike Grell's Green Arrow run from the late 80's early 90's.

Also I collect anything Marvel that has to do with "The Age of Apocalypse".  Best alternate reality ever.
I love comics!  
#11 | 670 days ago

*sigh*

I'm so very lame
I've read a few...  
#12 | 670 days ago

Debi_L wrote:
*sigh*

I'm so very lame
Ha. No, They are just exceptional in this situation.
This movie was great...  
#13 | 670 days ago

hskrdave wrote:
Janet, Jason, all of those are gone with about 1200 books from my collection.

I think the coolest run I have left is a lot of Mike Grell's Green Arrow run from the late 80's early 90's.

Also I collect anything Marvel that has to do with "The Age of Apocalypse".  Best alternate reality ever.
You mentioned Green Arrow and thats one company i regret not collecting....DC.   Other than the "death" of Superman i never really cared for their stuff.  Looking back i realize i missed a lot of cool sh**...all the Frank Miller stuff on Batman, Watchmen, Preacher, Sandman, V for Vendetta....sigh.
My favorite(s) is(are)....  
#14 | 670 days ago

Spawn was awesome. I liked the Jugheads, always wanted to know what Veronica was going to do next (the original mean girl)
The weirder they were the more I liked them. Aquaman fascinated me.
You and your nerds...  
#15 | 670 days ago

kobe_lova wrote:
Ha. No, They are just exceptional in this situation.
Yahh.......

Nope, I'm just lame
I've read a few...  
#16 | 670 days ago

Complete Superman comic geek. Then got into xmen.  Yep. I was cool in a geeky way. smiley
I've read a few...  
#17 | 670 days ago

Grew up ( heh heh, yeah, right.  I is still in my first childhood.) reading Spiderman, X-men, and Avengers.  I still borrow graphic novels from the library both Marvel and DC.    I still read online comics (PVP, Questionable Content, Devil's Panties, Real Life, Goblins, Weregeek and many more.)

I used to have a decent size collection of stories, but gave them to a couple kids in the neighborhood.  But I still have a mini-series (1-10) of Marvel's "FoolKiller"   Ironic, I know.

I had a friend who got me into that character, I remember him using one monologue from the comic for a public speaking class.

"Thinking demands effort.  Principle presupposes thinking.  Conscience presupposes principle.  Restraint presupposes conscience.  Ordinary civility presupposes restraint.  Recognition of a common good presupposes at least a minimal level of civility.  Without belief in the common good, the link between actions and all but their immediate personal consequences is severed.  Devalue effort and it all collapses."
#18 | 670 days ago

Oddfool wrote:
Grew up ( heh heh, yeah, right.  I is still in my first childhood.) reading Spiderman, X-men, and Avengers.  I still borrow graphic novels from the library both Marvel and DC.    I still read online comics (PVP, Questionable Content, Devil's Panties, Real Life, Goblins, Weregeek and many more.)

I used to have a decent size collection of stories, but gave them to a couple kids in the neighborhood.  But I still have a mini-series (1-10) of Marvel's "FoolKiller"   Ironic, I know.

I had a friend who got me into that character, I remember him using one monologue from the comic for a public speaking class.

"Thinking demands effort.  Principle presupposes thinking.  Conscience presupposes principle.  Restraint presupposes conscience.  Ordinary civility presupposes restraint.  Recognition of a common good presupposes at least a minimal level of civility.  Without belief in the common good, the link between actions and all but their immediate personal consequences is severed.  Devalue effort and it all collapses."
Respect X1000!!!!
I've read a few...  
#19 | 669 days ago

Hardly read any comics, but was told to read one series recently, and it ended up being pretty damn fantastic. Batman: The Black Mirror.

My favorite part from it:

#20 | 669 days ago

Star Wars was a comic book?!! :|
This movie was great...  
#21 | 669 days ago

Batman and Superman come to mind. Never collected them much, as a kid I never missed a day of newspaper comics. I'd thumb wrestle anyone for the Sunday comics. 
Beans agrees with allat...  
#22 | 669 days ago

kobe_lova wrote:
Star Wars was a comic book?!! :|
Not originally, but yes, Star Wars and Star Trek have comics.
#23 | 669 days ago

Oddfool wrote:
Not originally, but yes, Star Wars and Star Trek have comics.
Oh okay. I thought maybe there was one when we were kids.
This movie was great...  
#24 | 669 days ago

Growing up I have read a few..( like 3 ) they never really caught my interest, but the one I liked and read over and over because I liked the band was...



because, as you can read at the very bottom, it was PRINTED IN REAL KISS BLOOD!
My favorite(s) is(are)....  
#25 | 669 days ago

I was always a spider-man fan (still am), then when my guy Rico worked in a comic book store for 5-6 years I got into all the other Marvel stuff. X-Men was the best imo. (I really got into Magneto)  The only DC stuff i read were the Dark Knight graphic novels. Image, darkhorse etc. had some good ones too. My fave I read on my phone now are weird Star Craft back stories/side stories with different artists and writers every book. That's some deep nerd ish right there.


I would have loved to have spent an afternoon reading Dave, Jason's and janet's collections.
Beans agrees with allat...  
#26 | 669 days ago

As a kid i read Superman, Batman, Aquaman, the Flash, Green lantern, The Justice League, but i could never get into Spiderman, mainly because I thought he was a Dbag. I cant remember the last time i picked up a comic book, although I will thumb through the collections in used book stores and at the Vintage stock store.
Had hundreds of Superman comics and still a big Superman nerd to this day, but like my old baseball cards they are all gone.
#27 | 669 days ago

Jhonny The Homicidal Maniac

I love comics!  
#28 | 669 days ago

Oddfool wrote:
Not originally, but yes, Star Wars and Star Trek have comics.
Star Wars comics came out at the same time as the first movie. I actually have an original Star Wars #1 from 1977.
I love comics!  
#29 | 669 days ago

Lobotomy Jones wrote:
Star Wars comics came out at the same time as the first movie. I actually have an original Star Wars #1 from 1977.
Did it come out before the movie, or as a result of the movie.  (I'm thinking I had one of those large size graphic novelization of the movie back then, but I'm not definite.)
#30 | 669 days ago

Oddfool wrote:
Did it come out before the movie, or as a result of the movie.  (I'm thinking I had one of those large size graphic novelization of the movie back then, but I'm not definite.)
July 1977, a little over a month after the first movie. My guess is that it was in production before the movie was released.

I love comics!  
#31 | 669 days ago

Oh wow, comic book based on a movie... way back when.
This movie was great...  
#32 | 665 days ago



This is my favorite comic book series, and this is my favorite comic book of all time. Donated the one I had to help a friend who wa paralyzed so she could get a new van; if I knew what this was going to be worth by itself, could have paid 3 years of medical bills, new wheelchair, and the van by itself.
I love comics!  
#33 | 655 days ago

The Comics I Had Had Pictures Of Girls In Them
By comic, do you mean like Chris Rock?!  

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