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  1. Some posters from The Dark Knight Trilogy done as the legendary Batman: The Animated Series.
  2. Yes, Ultimate Spider-Man and Deadpool in it are both fucking terrible. The Spectacular Spider-Man is the best Spider-Man show ever.
  3. 06:12-08:15 especially the botched papers throw is the most I've laughed and made me cry doing so in a long time. As someone with mental health issues particularly depression, this was chicken soup for the soul. Thanks to Sue, Mr. Brodie Lee and the Dark Order for that.
  4. Having mentioned Joseph Michael Straczynski... Joseph Michael Straczynski’s Spider-Man - The Good. The characterization of Peter Parker, Mary Jane Watson-Parker and Aunt May was a big strength of JMS’s work. The biggest plus point. Great all timers in Coming Home, The Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #30-35. The Conversation, The Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #30-35. Doomed Affairs, The Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #49-50. The origin linking it to Spider totems, a different spin to. Totemistic. Other stories worth mentioning. ‘Nuff Said, The Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #
  5. Batman: Dark Victory #0-13 (November 1999-December 2000) written by Jeph Loeb and drawn by Tim Sale. There’s a killer who has hanged police officers known as the Hangman. This was one of the few big Batman books I’d not read before and considering I read Batman: The Long Halloween a long time ago, I have it second only to Batman: Year One. This was a really good book for returning to the early years of Batman’s crusade against crime while retelling how Dick Grayson becomes Robin. There’s a great sequence with Grayson and Alfred in Master Wayne’s parents’ bedroom and a flashback to young Bruce
  6. The Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #47. Sins Rising Part Three written by Nick Spencer and the artist is Marcelo Ferreira. Sin-Eater uses the media calling for those to join his crusade. This was a really good issue for that, Sin-Eater acting as a messiah and some taking up on this call to power/cleansing. Those wanting to be absolved of their sins too. The Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #48. Sins Rising Part Four written by Nick Spencer and the artist is Mark Bagley though the first page incorrectly says Marcelo Ferreira. Poor that. The Sin-Eater and his followers are after Norman Osborn. Pete
  7. X2. Still the best X-Men movie and one of the greatest CBM ever made. X2 would place inside my top ten CBM. Have to check later as I think X2 is already on Disney± in the UK.
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