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Poll: What is your favorite series of the 2000s?

Spinning out of last week’s poll, what’s your favorite comic title from 2000-2009?

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Last Week’s Results

What’s your favorite series of the 2010s?

Attack on Titan

-Noel Gaulin

Saga

-Sean Kelly

Thor!

-Travis

Tough one to answer since there has been an abundant multitude of greatness to come out so currently……..Immortal Hulk. Each character has some form of relation towards the reader while also expanding the dubious gamma radiated mythos that is Banner/green. And we’re just getting started!!!

-Sean

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Posted October 07, 2019 by Patrick

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  • William says:

    DnA’s run on Nova and Guardians of the Galaxy

  • Peter A. says:

    Red Lantern Corps!

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