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        Experts Pick their Favorite Comic Books
6 Most Memorable Moments in Comic History
Comics Buyers Guide #1617, June 2006, page 189
    "Readers have picked these as the most memorable moments in comic history."
1   Amazing Spider-Man (1963 series) #50
2   Batman: The Dark Knight Returns #1
3   Superman (1987 series) #75
4   JLA Annual #3
5   Fantastic Four (1961 series) #48
6   Avengers (1963 series) #4

Top 100 Issues 1976 to 2006
Wizard Magazine #175, May 2006, page 86
    "Every issue is either a self-contained story or a back-up tale, so anything that was a continuation or multi-part epic was not included. We also kept it centered on the last 30 years.
1   Top Ten #8
2   Sandman (1989 series) #8
3   Batman: The Killing Joke #1
4   Superman (1987 series) Annual #1
5   Ultimate Spider-Man #13
6   Kurt Busiek's Astro City (1996 series) #1/2
7   Swamp Thing (1982 series) #21
8   Ultimate Spider-Man #28
9   Batman: Gotham by Gaslight #1
10   Daredevil (1964 series) #191
11   100 Bullets (1999 series) #27
12   Superman (1987 series) #9
13   Planetary #3
14   Starman (1994 series) #11
15   Uncanny X-Men #159
16   Amazing Spider-Man (1963 series) #239
17   Fantastic Four (1961 series) #245
18   Justice League #1
19   Spider-Man vs. Wolverine (1987 series) #1
20   Planetary #13
21   Action Comics #775
22   Flash (1987 series) #182
23   Ultimate Spider-Man Annual #1
24   Incredible Hulk (1968 series) #341
25   Batman: Holy Terror #1
26   Incredible Hulk (1968 series) #420
27   Preacher #18
28   Batman #424
29   Green Lantern (1960 series) #188
30   Avengers (1963 series) #189
31   Spider-Man's Tangled Web #4
32   Incredible Hulk (1968 series) #340
33   Lex Luthor: The Unauthorized Biography #1
34   Birds of Prey #8
35   Omega Men #26
36   Amazing Spider-Man (1963 series) Annual #15
37   Fables: The Last Castle #1
38   Spectre (1992 series) #5
39   Captain America (2005 series) #7
40   X-Factor (1986 series) #87
41   Iron Man (1968 series) #128
42   New Teen Titans (1980 series) #38
43   H-E-R-O (2003 series) #11
44   G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #21
45   Sandman (1989 series) #18
46   Hitman #34
47   Flinch #1
48   What If? (1989 series) #4
49   Ghost Rider (1990 series) Annual #2
50   Iron Man (1968 series) #237
51   Classic X-Men #25
52   100 Bullets (1999 series) #11
53   Hellblazer #63
54   Secret Origins (1986 series) Special #1
55   Legion of Super-Heroes (1984 series) #13
56   Animal Man #7
57   Dark Horse Presents #1
58   Doctor Strange (1974 series) #56
59   Thing (1983 series) #2
60   Sandman (1989 series) #50
61   Incredible Hulk (1968 series) #393
62   Batman: Black & White #1
63   Avengers (1963 series) #217
64   Sandman (1989 series) #40
65   Avengers (1963 series) Annual #10
66   Adventure Comics (1938 series) #466
67   Nightwing (1996 series) #25
68   Batman: Gotham Knights #8
69   Sandman (1989 series) #17
70   Planetary/Batman #1
71   New Teen Titans (1980 series) #20
72   Preacher: Tall in the Saddle #1
73   Justice League Annual #1
74   Batman: Black & White #4
75   American Century #9
76   Batman Adventures Annual #1
77   Web of Spider-Man #1
78   Fantastic Four (1998 series) #3
79   Kurt Busiek's Astro City (1996 series) #1
80   Preacher #50
81   Legion of Super-Heroes (1980 series) #296
82   Adventures of Superman #474
83   Conan the Barbarian (1970 series) #100
84   Amazing Spider-Man (1963 series) #248
85   Robin (1993 series) #46
86   Tales of the New Teen Titans #1
87   Fantastic Four (1998 series) #60
88   Semper Fi #1
89   Preacher: Cassidy #1
90   Batman: Devil's Asylum #1
91   Exiles (2001 series) #16
92   Legion of Super-Heroes (1984 series) Annual #1
93   Hitman #22
94   Demo #3
95   Animal Man #15
96   Legion of Super-Heroes (2005 series) #3
97   Uncanny X-Men #268
98   Punisher (1987 series) #10
99   Alias (2001 series) #10
100   Ghost Rider (1990 series) #68
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10 Favorite Covers of Andrew Smith
Comics Buyers Guide #1617, June 2006, page 99
    "Andrew Smith has been writing professionally about comics since 1992."
Amazing Spider-Man (1963 series) #50
Crisis on Infinite Earths #7
Green Lantern (1960 series) #76
JLA Annual #3
Justice League of America #56
Superman (1939 series) #233
Warlock (1972 series) #11
Wonder Woman (1987 series) #154
X-Men (1963 series) #56
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5 Hot Back Issues
Wizard Magazine #175, May 2006, page 137
    First appearances of Superboy Prime, Moon Night, Checkmate, Cripus Allen (the Spectre) and Nova."
1   DC Comics Presents #87
2   Werewolf by Night (1972 series) #32
3   Action Comics #598
4   Detective Comics #743
5   Nova (1976 series) #1
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5 Hot Back Issues
Wizard Magazine #167, Sept. 2005, page 137
    "On the eve of Infinite Crisis, the first OMAC and Crisis on Infinite Earths are mighty fine grabs."
1   New Teen Titans (1984 series) #1
2   Marvel Spotlight (1971 series) #5
3   OMAC #1
4   Avengers West Coast #56
5   Crisis on Infinite Earths #1
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Peter David's 5 Comics that Shaped Him
Wizard Magazine #159, Jan. 2005, page 164
    "Peter David, current writer of DC's Fallen Angel and upcoming writer on Marvel's Hulk...comics that made him consider becoming a comic book scribe."
1   Amazing Spider-Man (1963 series) #33
2   Silver Surfer (1968 series) #5
3   Green Lantern (1960 series) #76
4   Fantastic Four (1961 series) #40
5   New Gods (1971 series) #6
Top
Mike Mignola Horror Covers
Wizard Magazine #157, Nov. 2004, page 140
    "Mignola has pencilled some of the scariest covers in modern comics."
1   Hellboy: Wake the Devil #5
2   Dark Horse Presents Annual #1998
3   Bram Stoker's Dracula #4
4   Deadman #3
5   Zombie World: Champion of the Worms #1
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John Romita Jr. Best Work
Wizard Magazine #157, Nov. 2004, page 145
    "John Romita Jr. infuses his work with a breadth and style that's all his own."
1   Amazing Spider-Man (1999 series) #5
2   Punisher War Zone #1-6
3   Thor (1998 series) #2
4   Iron Man (1968 series) #121-128
5   Amazing Spider-Man (1963 series) #229-230
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Grant Morrison's 4 Comics That Shaped Him
Wizard Magazine #154, Aug. 2004, page 164
    "One of the most innovative writers in comics today."
1   Flash (1959 series) #163
2   Justice League of America #100-102
3   Captain Marvel (1968 series) #29
4   X-Men (1963 series) #137
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10 Favorite Comics Covers of Jeph Loeb
Comic Buyers Guide #1601, Feb. 2005, page 115
    "Writer Jeff Loeb's list of his 10 favorite comic covers."
1   Green Lantern (1960 series) #87
2   Superman (1939 series) #243
3   X-Men (1963 series) #56
4   Nick Fury: Agent of SHIELD (1968 series) #1
5   Silver Surfer (1968 series) #4
6   Amazing Spider-Man (1963 series) #50
7   Avengers (1963 series) Special #2
8   Conan the Barbarian (1970 series) #24
9   Fantastic Four (1961 series) #51
10   Fantastic Four (1961 series) #92
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10 Favorite Comics Covers of Josh Blaylock
Comic Buyers Guide #1616, May 2006, page 131
    "Josh Blaylock is the founder of Devil's Due Publishing."
1   Spawn #1
2   Scud: The Disposable Assassin #9
3   Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1984 series) #19
4   Bone #5
5   Walking Dead #9
6   Deathstroke: The Terminator #2
7   G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #84
8   G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #86
9   Batman: The Killing Joke #1
10   Detective Comics #241
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20 Favorite Comics Covers of Brian Michael Bendis
Comic Buyers Guide #1613, Feb. 2006, page 99
    Bendis is one of the top comic book writers today.
1   Nick Fury: Agent of SHIELD (1968 series) #1
2   Son of Origins of Marvel Comics
3   Crisis on Infinite Earths #7
4   Superman vs. the Amazing Spider-Man #1
5   Stray Toasters #1
6   Bucky O'Hare Trade Paperback #2
7   Amazing Spider-Man (1963 series) #50
8   Shadow (1986 series) #1
9   Kabuki: Skin Deep #2 cover A
10   Kabuki: Skin Deep #2 cover B
11   Daredevil (1964 series) #200
12   Crossfire #12
13   Typhoid #1
14   Optic Nerve #8
15   Love and Rockets #1
16   Doctor Strange (1974 series) #55
17   Marvel Fanfare (1982 series) #6
18   Marvel Fanfare (1982 series) #10
19   Marvel Fanfare (1982 series) #1
20   Avengers (1963 series) #221
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10 Favorite DC Comic Covers of Scot Beatty
Comic Buyers Guide #1615, April 2006, page 99
    "Scot Beatty, best known for his writing of the Batman Begins adaptation, picks his 10 favorite DC covers."
1   Swamp Thing (1982 series) #24
2   Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth #1
3   Manhunter (1984 series) #1
4   Limited Collector's Edition #39
5   Flash (1959 series) #271
6   New Teen Titans (1980 series) #39
7   Secret Society of Super-Villains #11
8   Batman #291
9   Legion of Super-Heroes (1980 series) #294
10   Action Comics #484
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10 Favorite Comic Covers of Michael Ulsan
Comic Buyers Guide #1605, June 2005, page 115
    "Producer of the movies: Swamp Thing, Batman, Batman Returns, Batman Forever, Catwoman, Constantine."
1   Tales from the Tomb #1
2   Adventures of the Fly #3
3   Thunder Agents (1965 series) #1
4   Showcase #60
5   Detective Comics #327
6   Action Comics #252
7   Fantastic Four (1961 series) #3
8   Green Lantern (1960 series) #32
9   Justice League of America #21
10   Action Comics #256
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10 Most Often CGC graded books of the 1980's
Comic Buyers Guide #1605, June 2005, page 37
    These are the most often graded books of the 1980's by the CGC grading service.
1   Wolverine (1982 series) #1
2   Amazing Spider-Man (1963 series) #300
3   Wolverine (1988 series) #1
4   Amazing Spider-Man (1963 series) #252
5   Daredevil (1964 series) #181
6   Marvel Super-Heroes Secret Wars #8
7   Web of Spider-Man #1
8   Wolverine (1982 series) #2
9   Wolverine (1982 series) #3
10   X-Men (1963 series) #137
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10 Most Often CGC graded books of the 1990's
Comic Buyers Guide #1605, June 2005, page 38
    These are the most often graded books of the 1990's by the CGC grading service.
1   Spawn #1
2   Spider-Man (1990 series) #1 silver
3   Uncanny X-Men #266
4   Spider-Man (1990 series) #1 green
5   X-Men (1991 series) #1 deluxe
6   Amazing Spider-Man (1963 series) #361
7   X-Men (1991 series) #1
8   Witchblade #1
9   Amazing Spider-Man (1963 series) #357
10   Daredevil (1998 series) #1
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10 Hottest Books of Dec. 1992
Wizard Magazine #17, Dec. 1992, page 108
    These are the 10 hottest back-issues of Dec. 1992.
1   Magnus: Robot Fighter (1991 series) #12
2   Spawn #4
3   Bloodshot (1993 series) #1
4   Shadowhawk #1
5   Eternal Warrior #4
6   Rai #4
7   Rai #3
8   Amazing Spider-Man (1963 series) #101
9   Harbinger #4
10   Shadowman (1992 series) #8
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10 Top Sellers of Nov. 1992
Wizard Magazine #17, Dec. 1992, page 110
    These are the 10 top sellers as reported by Diamond Comic book distributors in Nov. of 1992.
1   Superman (1987 series) #12
2   Pitt #4
3   X-Men (1991 series) #16
4   Bloodshot (1993 series) #1
5   Uncanny X-Men #296
6   X-Force (1991 series) #18
7   Doom 2099 #1
8   X-Factor (1986 series) #86
9   Spawn #7
10   Spider-Man 2099 #3
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25 Top Sellers of April 1997
CBGextra.com
    These are the 25 top sellers as reported by Diamond Comic book distributors for April, 1992. The #1 issues listed are all "Amalgam" comics, a joint venture of Marvel and DC, depicting a new hero or hero team as a combination of an existing DC and Marvel hero or hero team.
1   Uncanny X-Men #345
2   X-Men (1991 series) #65
3   Fantastic Four (1996 series) #8
4   JLA Annual #3
5   Wolverine (1988 series) #114
6   Exciting X-Patrol #1 (X-Men + Doom Patrol)
7   Iron Lantern #1 (Iron Man + Green Lantern)
8   JLX Unleashed #1 (Justice League + X-Men)
9   Magnetic Men Featuring Magneto #1 (Metal Men + Magneto)
10   Challengers of the Fantastic #1 (Challengers of the Unknown + Fantastic Four)
11   Spider-Boy Team-Up #1 (Spider-Man and Superboy)
12   Iron Man (1996 series) #8
13   Dark Claw Adventures #1 (Wolverine +Batman)
14   Super Soldier: Man of War #1 (Captain America + All American Men of War)
15   Bat-Thing #1 (Batman + The Thing)
16   Thorion of the New AsGods #1 (Thor + New Gods)
17   Generation Hex #1 (Generation X + Jonah Hex)
18   Avengers (1996 series) #8
19   Captain America (1996 series) #8
20   Generation X #28
21   Lobo the Duck #1 (Lobo + Howard the Duck)
22   X-Man #28
23   X-Men Unlimited (1993 series) #15
24   JLA #6
25   X-Factor (1986 series) #135
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Best Comics of 1961-1969: The Alley Awards
A Decade of Comics Fan Awards: 1961-1970
      Winners of the "Best Comic" or "Best Book-Length Story" for each year the Alley Awards were given.
1961   Flash (1959 series) #123
1962   Mystery in Space #75
1963   Justice League of America #21-22
1964   Avengers (1963 series) #4
1965   Showcase #55
1966   Amazing Spider-Man (1963 series) #39
1967   Strange Adventures (1950 series) #207
1968   Brave and the Bold (1955 series) #79
1968   Silver Surfer (1968 series) #1
1969   Silver Surfer (1968 series) #5
1970   Green Lantern (1960 series) #71

* There was a tie in 1968.
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Best Comics of 1970-75: The Shazam Awards
Wikipedia.org
    The Shazam Awards were voted upon by industry professionals. In 1970, there was a tie. From 1971 through 1974, there were three nominees. The   Winners are listed in bold.
1970   Conan the Barbarian (1970 series) #2
1970   Green Lantern (1960 series) #76
1971   Green Lantern (1960 series) #85
1971   Conan the Barbarian (1970 series) #6
1971   Conan the Barbarian (1970 series) #4
1972   Swamp Thing (1972 series) #1
1972   Conan the Barbarian (1970 series) #20
1973   Conan the Barbarian (1970 series) #24
1973   Swamp Thing (1972 series) #6
1973   Marvel Premiere #10
1974   Detective Comics #443
1974   Detective Comics #439
1974   Savage Tales (1971 series) #1-3
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Best Comics of 1985-1987: The Kirby Awards
Wikipedia.org
    The Kirby Awards were voted upon by industry professionals.
1985   Swamp Thing (1982 series) Annual #2
1986   Daredevil (1964 series) #227
1987   Batman: The Dark Knight Returns #1
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Best Comics of 1988-2005: The Eisner Awards
Wikipedia.org
    The Eisner Awards are voted upon by industry professionals.
1988   Gumby Summer Fun Special #1
1989   Kings in Disguise #1
1990   No awards
1991   Concrete Celebrates Earth Day #1
1992   Sandman (1989 series) #22-28
1993   Nexus: The Origin #1
1994   Batman Adventures: Mad Love #1
1995   Batman Adventures Holiday Special #1
1996   Kurt Busiek's Astro City (1995 series) #4
1997   Kurt Busiek's Astro City (1996 series) #1
1998   Kurt Busiek's Astro City (1996 series) #10
1999   Hitman #34
2000   Tom Strong #1
2001   Promethea #10
2002   Eightball #22
2003   Stuff of Dreams #1
2004   Conan: The Legend #0
2005   Eightball #23
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Best Continuing Story, 1988-2005: The Eisner Awards
Wikipedia.org
    The Eisner Awards are voted upon by industry professionals.
1993   Taboo: "From Hell"
1994   Bone: The Great Cow Race #
1995   Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #285-96
1996   Strangers in Paradise #1-8
1997   Starman (1994 series) #20-23
1998   Kurt Busiek's Astro City (1996 series) #4-9
1999   Usagi Yojimbo (1996 series) #13-22
2000   Tom Strong #4-7
2001   100 Bullets (1999 series) #15-18
2002   Amazing Spider-Man (1999 series) #30-35
2003   Fables #1-5
2004   Gotham Central #6-10
2005   Fables #19-27
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Best Continuing Series, 1988-2005: The Eisner Awards
Wikipedia.org
    The Eisner Awards are voted upon by industry professionals.
1988   Concrete
1989   Concrete
1990   No awards
1991   Sandman (1989 series)
1992   Sandman (1989 series)
1993   Sandman (1989 series)
1994   Bone
1995   Bone
1996   Acme Novelty Library
1997   Kurt Busiek's Astro City (1996 series)
1998   Kurt Busiek's Astro City (1996 series)
1999   Preacher
2000   Acme Novelty Library
2001   Top Ten
2002   100 Bullets (1999 series)
2003   Daredevil (1998 series)
2004   100 Bullets (1999 series)
2005   Goon
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Best Limited Series, 1988-2005: The Eisner Awards
Wikipedia.org
    The Eisner Awards are voted upon by industry professionals.
1988   Watchmen
1989   Silver Surfer (1988 series)
1990   No awards
1991   Give Me Liberty
1992   Concrete: Fragile Creature
1993   Grendel: War Child
1994   Marvels
1995   Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
1996   Sin City: The Big Fat Kill
1997   Kingdom Come
1998   Batman: The Long Halloween
1999   300
2000   Whiteout: Melt
2001   Ring of the Nibelung
2002   Hellboy: Conqueror Worm
2003   League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2002 series)
2004   Fantastic Four: Unstable Molecules
2005   DC: The New Frontier
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Best New Series, 1988-2005: The Eisner Awards
Wikipedia.org
    The Eisner Awards are voted upon by industry professionals.
1988   Concrete
1989   Kings in Disguise
1990-1994   No award
1995   Too Much Coffee Man
1996   Kurt Busiek's Astro City
1997   Leave It To Chance
1998   Castle Waiting
1999   Inhumans (1998 series)
2000   Top Ten
2001   Powers (2000 series)
2002   Queen & Country
2003   Fables
2004   Plastic Man (2004 series)
2005   Ex Machina
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Best Series for Younger Readers, 1996-2005: The Eisner Awards
Wikipedia.org
    The Eisner Awards are voted upon by industry professionals.
1996   Batman and Robin Adventures
1997   Leave It To Chance
1998   Batman and Robin Adventures
1999   Batman: Gotham Adventures
2000   Simpsons Comics
2001   Scary Grandmother
2002   Herobear and the Kid
2003   Herobear and the Kid
2004   Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge
2005   Plastic Man (2004 series)
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Best Humor Series, 1992-2005: The Eisner Awards
Wikipedia.org
    The Eisner Awards are voted upon by industry professionals.
1992   Groo the Wanderer
1993   Bone
1994   Bone
1995   Bone
1996   Milk and Cheese
1997   Sergio Aragones Destroys DC
1997   Sergio Aragones Massacres Marvel
1998   Gon Swimmin'
1999   Sergio Aragones Groo
2000   Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Terror
2001   Sock Monkey
2002   Radioactive Man
2003   Amazing Screw-On Head
2004   Formerly Known as the Justice League
2005   Goon #1
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10 Top Villainous Moments
http://comics.ign.com/articles/672/672586p1.html
    An interesting list from an interesting website about comics.
1   Batman #428 Joker kills Robin (Jason Todd)
2   Amazing Spider-Man (1963 series) #121 Death of Gwen Stacy
3   Daredevil (1964 series) #181 Bullseye Kills Elektra.
4   Batman #497 Bane Breaks Batman's Back
5   Watchmen #11-12 Ozymandias' Alien Menace
6   Superman (1987 series) #75 Death of Superman
7   X-Men (1991 series) #25 Magneto Rips Out Wolverine's Adamantium
8   Batman: The Killing Joke #1 Joker cripples Barbara Gordon
9   X-Factor (1986 series) #10 Angel of the X-Men loses his wings.
10   Thunderbolts #1 Final page = biggest surprise in comic history.
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References to Superman in 28 Episodes of "Seinfeld"

    Not really an "expert pick", but an interesting list none-the-less. The numbers are the episode number of each episode.
5.   The Stock Tip: Jerry, George, Elaine discuss if Superman would have super-humor.

11.   The Revenge: Jerry to Kramer: "You're like Lex Luthor".

13.   The Heart Attack: Jerry asks George if he wants him to go out and buy him a Superman comic.

24.   The Cafe: Jerry talks about how frustrating it is to be Superman: "Superman, yeah thanks for saving my life, but did you have to come through my wall? I'm renting here, I've got a security deposit."

25.   The Tape: George asks what the Chinese would gain by faking a cure for baldness. Jerry replies: "If it was real, they would never let it out of the country. No baldness, it'd be like a nation of Supermen".

34.   The Boyfriend: Keith Hernandez compliments Jerry: "I love your bit on Jimmy Olsen".

46.   The Watch: George trys to re-negotiate with NBC, but gets less than originally offered. Jerry: "You know, this is how they negotiate in the bizarro world."

48.   The Cheever Letters: Susan's father says his cabin is his "sanctuary." George: "Kinda like Superman's fortress of solitude?"

55.   The Visa: George says that that Jerry's whole life revolves around Superman and cereal.

57.   The Outing: Jerry tells NYU reporter Sharon he was attracted to her because she reminded him of Lois Lane.

58.   The Implant. Elaine, knowing Sidra is dating Jerry, asks, "Hey, does he ever talk about Superman?"

61.   The Smelly Car. Jerry, describing the smelly car tells George, "Even Superman would be helpless against this kind of stench."

66.   The Lip Reader. George says that having a lip reader as your friend, is "like having Superman for a friend."

76.   The Stall. George gives a Superman comic to his friend, hurt in a disfiguring face accident.

77.   The Marine Biologist. Elaine accuses Jerry of hitting on her friend. Jerry: "You know when Superman saves a woman's life they don't accuse him of hitting on her." Elaine: "You're not Superman."

80.   The Stand-In. Jerry wonders "and this whole Justice League, Batman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman. You mean to tell me Superman can't cover everything?"

90.   The Chinese Woman. George sees his father with a man wearing a cape, and notes he doesn't trust men who wear capes. Jerry: "Superman wore a cape." George: "Well, he's an exception."

94.   The Mom and Pop Store. Jerry isn't invited to Tim Whatley's party and asks Elaine to find out why. Elaine: "So Jerome, I did a little snooping around for you." Jerry: "Ah! What'd you find out, Lois?"

96.   The Race. Asked if he was the fastest runner in school, Jerry says, "Faster than a speeding bullet Lois."

97.   The Switch. Jerry complains that his girlfriend has no sense of humor. "The jokes kept bouncing off her like Superman."

109.   The Face Painter. After George tells Siena he loves her, he wishes he could go back in time like Superman.

117.   The Secret Code: Jerry's PIN number is "Jor-El", Superman's father's name.

122.   The Caddy. Elaine complains about her enemy, Sue-Ellen Mishke. Replies Jerry, "She's your Lex Luthor."

123.   The Seven. Seeing his girlfriend in the same outfit, Jerry asks, "Is she wearing the same thing over and over again? Or does she have a closet full of these, like Superman?"

134.   The Invitations. Jerry and his girlfriend Jeannie are seen reading Superman comics.

137.   The Bizarro Jerry. The entire episode is based on the premise of the reverse Bizarro world.

169.   The Cartoon. Jerry makes fun of Elaine's drawing. Elaine: "It's better than your drawings of naked Lois Lane."

170.   The Strong Box. George jokes that Elaine's poor boyfriend would have a girlfriend named Lois Loan.
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Best Comic, 1988-2005: The Harvey Awards
www.HarveyAwards.org
    The Harvey Awards are voted upon by industry professionals. In the lists below, the   Winner is followed by the other nominees.
1988   Winner   Watchmen #9
1988   Gumby Summer Special #1
1988   Love & Rockets #19
1988   Love & Rockets #23
1988   Space Ghost Special #1

1989   Winner   Batman: The Killing Joke #1
1989   Animal Man #5
1989   Concrete #10
1989   Cerebus the Aardvark #114
1989   Jam: Super-Cool Color-Injected Turbo Adventure from Hell #1
1989   Neat Stuff #11
1989   Rocketeer Adventure Magazine #1

1990   Winner   Eightball #1
1990   Black Orchid #2-3
1990   Cerebus: Jaka's Story
1990   Kings in Disguise #6
1990   Love & Rockets #29
1990   Secret Origins (1986 series) Special #1
1990   Xenozoic Tales #8

1991   Winner   Eightball #3
1991   Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #11
1991   Hate #2
1991   Love & Rockets #32-34
1991   Miracleman #19
1991   Sandman (1989 series) #19
1991   Xenozoic Tales #10
1991   Yummy Fur #21
1991   Zot! #33

1992   Winner   Xenozoic Tales #11
1992   Batman/Judge Dredd: Judgement on Gotham #1
1992   Eightball #6
1992   Hate #6
1992   Sandman (1989 series) Special #1
1992   Zot! #35

1993   Winner   Tantalizing Stories Presents Frank in the River #1
1993   Big Mouth #1
1993   Hate #9
1993   Invisible People: Book #1 1993   Next: The Origin #1
1993   Rubber Blanket #2
1993   Xenozoic Tales #12

1994   Winner   Batman: Mad Love #1
1994   Blab! #7
1994   Blood Club #1
1994   Graffiti Kitchen #1
1994   Madman Adventures #3
1994   Marvels #1
1994   Sandman (1989 series) #50

1995   Winner   Marvels #4
1995   Acme Novelty Library #1
1995   Hate #16
1995   Sandman (1989 series) #58-66
1995   Twisted Sisters #2
1995   Xenozoic Tales #13

1996   Winner   Kurt Busiek's Astro City #1
1996   Blab! #8
1996   Black Hole #1
1996   Eightball #15
1996   Sandman (1989 series) #69
1996   Self-Loathing #1
1996   Sin City: Silent Night #1

1997   Winner   Acme Novelty Library #7
1997   Black Hole #3
1997   Eightball #17
1997   From Hell #10
1997   Xenozoic Tales #14

1998   Winner   Eightball #18
1998   Black Hole #4
1998   Deadpool (1998 series) #11
1998   Incredible Hulk (1988 series) # -1
1998   Starman (1994 series) #37

1999   Winner   Penny Century #3
1999   Acme Novelty Library #10
1999   Eightball #19
1999   Schizo #3

2000   Winner   Acme Novelty Library #13
2000   Batman: War on Crime #1
2000   Blab! #10
2000   Eightball #20
2000   Tomorrow Stories #2

2001   Winner   Superman & Batman: World's Funnest #1
2001   Acme Novelty Library #14
2001   Drawn & Quarterly Volume 3 #1
2001   Penny Century #7
2001   Shazam!: Power of Hope #1

2002   Winner   Eightball #22
2002   Acme Novelty Library #15
2002   Atlas #1
2002   Drawn & Quarterly Volume 4 #1
2002   Ring of the Nibelung: Sigfried #1
2002   Ruse #1
2002   Wonder Woman: Spirit of Truth #1

2003   Winner   League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2002 series) #1
2003   Amazing Screw on Head #1
2003   Black Hole #10
2003   Fantastic Four (1998 series) #60
2003   Mystic Funnies #3
2003   Supernatural Law #35

2004   Winner (tie)   Gotham Central #6-10
2004   Winner   Love & Rockets #9
2004   Kurt Busiek's Astro City (2004 series) #2
2004   Black Hole #11
2004   CSI: Serial #1-5
2004   Quicken Forbidden #12
2004   Supernatural Law #38

2005   Batman: Room Full of Strangers #1
2005   Black Hole #12
2005   Dogs and Water #1
2005   Identity Crisis #1-4
2005   Eightball #23
2005   Pubhedz #1
2005   Supernatural Law #101
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Best Series, 1988-2005: The Harvey Awards
www.HarveyAwards.org
    The Harvey Awards are voted upon by industry professionals. In the lists below, the   Winner is followed by the other nominees.
1988   Winner   Watchmen
1988   Concrete
1988   Love & Rockets
1988   Nexus
1988   Swamp Thing (1982 series)

1989   Winner   Love & Rockets
1989   Concrete
1989   Neat Stuff
1989   Nexus
1989   V for Vendetta
1989   Yummy Fur

1990   Winner   Love & Rockets
1990   Animal Man
1990   Cerebus the Aardvark
1990   Neat Stuff
1990   Sandman (1989 series)
1990   Yummy Fur

1991   Winner   Eightball
1991   Hate
1991   Love & Rockets
1991   Sandman (1989 series)
1991   Yummy Fur

1992   Winner   Eightball
1992   Cerebus the Aardvark
1992   Doom Patrol (1991 series)
1992   Hate
1992   Sandman (1989 series)

1993   Winner   Sandman (1989 series)
1993   Cages
1993   Invisible People
1993   Love & Rockets
1993   Eightball
1993   Hate

1994   Winner   Marvels
1994   1963
1994   Eightball
1994   From Hell
1994   Sandman (1989 series)
1994   Tantalizing Stories

1995   Winner   From Hell
1995   Eightball
1995   Sandman (1989 series)
1995   Sin City: The Big Fat Kill
1995   Starman (1994 series)

1996   Winner   Sin City
1996   Acme Novelty Library
1996   Bone
1996   Eightball
1996   From Hell
1996   Stray Bullets

1997   Winner   Eightball
1997   Kurt Busiek's Astro City
1997   Black Hole
1997   Hellboy: Wake the Devil
1997   Kingdom Come

1998   Winner   Kurt Busiek's Astro City
1998   Acme Novelty Library
1998   Black Hole
1998   Elric: Stormbringer
1998   Hellboy

1999   Winner   300
1999   Acme Novelty Library
1999   Black Hole
1999   Eightball
1999   Penny Century

2000   Winner   Acme Novelty Library
2000   Kurt Busiek's Astro City
2000   Eightball
2000   Penny Century
2000   Tom Strong

2001   Winner   Acme Novelty Library
2001   Bone
2001   Promethea
2001   Sock Monkey
2001   Weasel

2002   Winner   100 Bullets
2002   Acme Novelty Library
2002   Eightball
2002   Hellboy
2002   Scion

2003   Winner   League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2002 series)
2003   100 Bullets
2003   Black Hole
2003   Louis Riel
2003   Weasel

2004   Winner   League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2002 series)
2004   Black Hole
2004   Love & Rockets
2004   Promethea
2004   Supernatural Law

2005   Eightball
2005   Identity Crisis
2005   Love & Rockets
2005   New Frontier
2005   Supernatural Law
Top
Best New Series, 1988-2005: The Harvey Awards
www.HarveyAwards.org
    The Harvey Awards are voted upon by industry professionals. In the lists below, the   Winner is followed by the other nominees.
1988   Winner   Concrete
1988   American
1988   Hellblazer
1988   Justice League
1988   Marshall Law
1988   Yummy Fur

1989   Winner   Kings in Disguise
1989   Aliens (1989 series)
1989   Animal Man
1989   Maze Agency
1989   Sandman (1989 series)

1990   Winner   Eightball
1990   Baker Street
1990   Beautiful Stories for Ugly Children
1990   Denizens of Deep City
1990   Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight
1990   Unsupervised Existence

1991   Winner   Hate
1991   Buzz
1991   Dirty Plotte
1991   Give Me Liberty

1992   Graphique Musique
1992   Winner   Cages
1992   Grateful Dead Comics
1992   Lowlife
1992   Naughty Bits
1992   Palookaville

1993   Winner   Madman Comics
1993   Big Mouth
1993   Cud
1993   Spawn
1993   Tantalizing Stories

1994   Winner   Captain Sternn
1994   Idiotland
1994   Meatcake
1994   Melting Pot
1994   Palestine

1995   Winner   Acme Novelty Library
1995   Starman (1994 series)
1995   THB
1995   Twisted Sisters
1995   Tyrant

1996 series   Kurt Busiek's Astro City
1996   Black Hole
1996   Optic Nerve
1996   Preacher
1996   Stray Bullets

1997   Winner   Leave It To Chance
1997   Barry Windsor-Smith: Storyteller
1997   Berlin
1997   New Love
1997   Terminal City

1998   Winner   Penny Century
1998   20/20 Visions
1998   Detour
1998   Mage: The Hero Defined

1999   Lost
1999   Yikes

2000   Winner   Spirt: The New Adventures
2000   Luba
2000   Measles
2000   Nimrod
2000   Uban Hipster

2001   Winner   Weasel
2001   Louis Riel
2001   Planetary
2001   Promethea
2001   Tom Strong
2001   Top Ten

2002   Winner   Luba's Comics and Stories
2002   Atomics
2002   Blue Monday
2002   Castle Waiting
2002   Jack Staff
2002   Powers (2000 series)

2003   Winner   Rubber Necker
2003   Fables
2003   Raisin Pike
2003   X-Statix
2003   Y: The Last Man

2004   Winner   Plastic Man (2003 series)
2004   Belly Button
2004   Human Target (2003 series)
2004   Love Fights
2004   Pogostick

2005   Amazing Adventures of the Escapist
2005   Ex Machina: The First Hundred Days
2005   Or Else
2005   Owly
2005   Marvel 1602
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10 Best Children's Comics
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    "Comic books are a great way for kids to get interested and excited about reading as well as helping to develop their imaginations. But nothing can be more important for parents than to be sure that their children are reading age appropriate material. The following is a list of the top 10 comic books geared for kids and you can be sure that there is something they will love and dig into."
1   Teen Titans Go!
2   Marvel Essentials
3   Sonic the Hedgehog
4   Justice League Adventures
5   Marvel Adventures
6   Ultimate Spider-Man
7   Incredibles
8   Spider-Girl
9   Looney Tunes
10   Archie Comics
Top
8 Comics Inspired by the Heroes of 9/11
Heroes (2001 series)   Top selling comic of 2001
Moment of Silence
9-11 - The World's Finest Comic Book Writers and Artists Tell Stories to Remember
9-11 - Artists Respond
The Call
The Call: The Precinct   (honors police officers)
The Call: The Brotherhood   (honors firefighters)
The Call: The Wagon   (honors emergency medical workers)
Top
Andy Smith's 10 Most Important Comics of the 1990's
www.sequart.com
    "Andy Smith has been a comic book commentator for more than 20 years"
1   Harbinger #1
2   Spawn #1
3   Superman (1987 series) #75
4   X-Men (1991 series) #1
5   Marvels #1
6   Magnus Robot Fighter (1991 series) #1
7   Kurt Busiek's Astro City #1
8   Solar #0
9   Daredevil (1998 series) #1
10   Authority (1991 series) #1

And 20 more that almost made the list

Adventures of Superman #500
Bloodshot (1993 series) #1
Bone #1
Dark Horse Presents 5th Anniversary Special #1
Death: The High Cost of Living #1
Gen 13 (1994 series) #1
Harbinger #0
Kingdom Come #1
Lady Death (1994 series) #1
New Mutants (1983 series) #87
John Byrne's Next Men #21
Preacher #1
Prime (1993 series) #1
Rai #0
Turok: Dinosaur Hunter #1
Unity #0
Witchblade #1
X-O Manowar (1992 series) #1
Youngblood (1992 series) #1
Top
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