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Poll: What is your favorite single comic book issue?

Everyone has that one single issue that stands out above the rest for them. What single comic book issue is your favorite and why?

Share your pick and what makes it so special in the comments section!


Last Week’s Results:

What is your favorite superhero logo?

-Peter A.

The Punisher Logo
The Punisher skull


I like the full logo better of course, but this gets the point across

-Nolan Buro

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Posted December 17, 2018 by Patrick

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  • James Olsen says:

    Hawkeye #11

  • Metal mike says:

    What if….Conan vs wolverine. Very special.

  • Peter A. says:

    Marvel Fanfare #7; Hulk vs the Blob and Unus.

  • Juan W says:

    X-men symbol. Everybody can try to replicate it but there’s only one.

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