March 24, 2013

Question of the Day

What is the best single-issue comicbook of all-time?

UPDATE: Here is my pick:

Posted by Hube at March 24, 2013 11:11 AM | TrackBack

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My nominees would all come from the Silver Age

(in no particular order)

Fantastic Four #40 "The Battle of the Baxter Building"

Brave and Bold #53 "The Challenge of the Expanding World"

Daredevil #32 "To Fight the Impossible Fight"

Avengers #4 "Captain America joins the Avengers"

Sgt. Fury #6 "The Fangs of the Desert Fox"

Mysterious Suspense #1 (Charlton) "The Return of the Question"

Posted by: Steve Newton at March 24, 2013 11:34 PM

I go with Iron Man #78. It was a "fill-in" issue at the time, remarkably. Incredibly touching story.

Second place: Iron Man #200.

Posted by: Hube at March 25, 2013 07:41 AM

Re Iron Man 78--great story--just went back an re-read it. Good candidate--if there is war candidate, however, I still think that any number of the early issues of Sgt. Fury (especially #6 or #28) are possibly stronger.

Posted by: Steve Newton at March 25, 2013 09:46 PM

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