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Comic Book Wish List

Posted by Kragghle , in Superman, Literature Jun 30 2013 · 133 views

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:kaukau: Currently, I have all ten seasons of Smallville, the third season of Lois and Clark, the third season of Wonder Woman, and even though I am a comic book nerd the only actual comics I own are the original BIONICLE comics.  I also own all or the Christopher Reeve Superman movies, plus the Richard Donner cut of I&II on blu-ray, and Superman Returns.  I own all of the Batman films to date, including the Adam West movie.  Then, of course, all the Spiderman movies and Marvel expanded universe movies, plus a few others that I'm not even going to mention.  Someday, when I own my own home, I really want a library.  Thanks to thrift stores, I've been stocking up on books already, but I also want a ton of comic book (and related) material.  That being said, I wrote my wish list, ordered by preference as well as I can.  Many of these I have already read, but it would be nice to own them, and it would also be useful to freely lend them to friends for them to see for themselves the stories that I reference.
 
Actually, you will notice that many of the books at the beginning of this list are plain text novels instead of graphic novels.  Those usually take longer, so it would be nicer to own those first.
 
  • BONE
  • The Last Days of Krypton
  • Superman and Philosophy
  • Superman: The Unauthorized Biography
  • Superman: The High-Flying History of America's Most Enduring Hero
  • It's Superman!
  • All Star Superman
  • Superman: Secret Identity
  • Kingdom Come
  • Superman: Secret Origin
  • Man of Steel
  • Superman: Birthright
  • Superman: For All Seasons
  • Superman: Earth One, Vol. 1
  • Superman: Earth One, Vol. 2
  • Superman: Peace on Earth
  • Batman: War on Crime
  • Wonder Woman: Spirit of Truth
  • Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia
  • Red Son
  • Final Crisis
  • Justice
  • What's So Funny About Truth, Justice, and the American Way?
  • Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?
  • The Death of Superman
  • A World Without Superman
  • Superman: For Tomorrow
  • Superman Beyond: Man of Tomorrow
  • Smallville: Season Eleven
  • The Dark Knight Returns
  • Crisis of Infinite Earths
  • The Flash: Rebirth
  • Flashpoint
  • New 52 Superman Action Comics No. 1
  • What is the Price of Tomorrow?
  • Bulletproof
  • Green Lantern/Green Arrow
  • Man of Steel (film novelization)
  • Last Son of Krypton
  • Superman: New Krypton
  • Superman: Grounded
  • Wonder Woman: A League of One
  • Wonder Woman: Paradise Lost
  • Wonder Woman: Paradise Found
  • Superman vs. Zod
  • Superman: Brainiac
  • Superman: Sacrifice
  • Superman: Camelot Falls
  • Superman Unchained
  • War of the Superman
  • Superman: The Wedding Album
  • Batman: Earth One
  • Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on a Serious Earth
  • Bruce Wayne: Fugitive
  • Aquaman: The Trench
  • Watchmen
  • Green Lantern Secret Origin
  • Brightest Day
  • Blackest Night
  • Knightfall
  • Fleischer Animated Shorts
  • The Adventures of Superman
  • Adam West's Batman
  • Linda Carter's Wonder Woman
  • The Adventures of Superboy
  • Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
  • Superman: The Animated Series
  • Batman: The Animated Series
  • Justice League
  • Justice League Unlimited
  • Teen Titans (TV show)
  • Hush
 

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Vivian James
Jun 30 2013 06:44 PM

I don't see Watchmen or Arkham Asylum:A Serious House on a Serious Earth. That needs to be up there.

 

Edit: I just found Watchmen on the list but not Arkham Asylum, again that needs to be on the list

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The Lonesome Wanderer
Jun 30 2013 08:37 PM

Watchmen dude, Watchmen.

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Canis Lycaon
Jul 01 2013 08:04 AM

And despite you saying that Smallville was one of your favorite TV shows in that little 'Me' thing up top, Smallville: Season Eleven isn't up there.

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:kaukau: Scanty Demon, thanks for pointing out Arkham Asylum.  I've never heard of that particular comic before, actually, but now that I look it up it looks rather interesting, especially with its particular art style.

 

Lonesome Wanderer, Watchmen is there at 56.  Not necessarily saying that it's precisely the 56th thing that I will buy, but it isn't going to be the first thing that I'd be spending my money on, especially since I've already read it and most libraries have it.  Generally, I'm more interested in the comic books about recurring characters with a strong legacy, namely Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman, and I want to build up a solid anthology of them first.

 

Canis Lupus, thanks for pointing that out.  That didn't occur to me for some reason.

 

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I don't see What Ever Happened to the Caped Crusader? on there. I don't follow a lot of Batman (except what I can get through when visiting my uncle), but I read that one because Neil Gaiman wrote it, and wasn't disappointed.

In fact, this whole list needs more Sandman. Get on that.

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:kaukau: I mainly follow Superman.  Because I'm a fan, and he's my favorite.  I mean, people keep on telling me about other things that I should get, but those things cost money.  I'm not interested in Sandman (I'll probably read it, but won't buy it), and I'm only moderately interested in Batman.  In fact, I'm more interested in Wonder Woman than Batman.

 

I also like a number of Marvel comics, especially the Death of Captain America and his subsequent return, and the amazing graphic novel called Fear Itself, yet I'm not going to buy those.  This list initially started out much bigger, reaching up to a hundred different titles, but I cut it down a little because I simply can't afford everything.  I try to represent each character as much as I can, but I put priority on Superman and Wonder Woman.

 

I will be writing reviews for some of these later this year, by the way, especially since I won't be seeing as many movies in the theatre.  Prepare to suffer my nerdiness.

 

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