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Each week, comic book writer Chris Sims answers the burning questions you have about the world of comics and pop culture: what's up with that? If you'd like to ask Chris a question, please send it to theisb on Twitter with the hashtag WhatsUpChris, or email it to staff looper. Q: What is your favorite comic of all time, and which comic do you consider the best of all time? This is a question I get asked a lot, and it's also one of the most difficult to answer. I'm someone who has some pretty hard opinions on things, and if you'd ask me my favorite piece of virtually any other medium, I'd be able to tell you easy.
Sean Tirman. Category: Entertainment. There was a time when comic books and, by proxy, comic book enthusiasts were considered somewhat of a joke. For whatever reason, the greater literary community did not seem to view it as a legitimate form of storytelling, even though so many of the classic literary themes — like humanity, heroism, and overcoming insurmountable odds — overlapped. Time would come to show, however, that this autocratic point of view was both shortsighted and asinine. Maybe because, like ancient myths, people are drawn to over-the-top stories about beings greater than, yet still bearing the same human flaws we all see in ourselves. Or it could be that they offer an escape into worlds and circumstances far removed from our own experiences.
I have used multiple website and print media "Top Comics" and "Best Comics" lists to help compile the When It Was Cool Top Comics of All Time and have .
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This week, Marvel Comics has named nearly high-profile creators for a still unnamed project or projects apparently launching in August. While she succeeded, and the world was avoided at least in one timeline , there were some lasting effects. So did the hyper-advanced Nimrod Sentinel, which eventually became one of the components of the villain Bastion. In , Marvel Comics decided they were going to ignite the cosmic corner of the Marvel Universe. Turning to Keith Giffen to orchestrate it, a mini-series was conceived of, along with four tie-ins, meant to establish characters new and old as major players in the Marvel universe.