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Posted on Tuesday, July 10 @ 15:33:11 Eastern by

In honor of Comic-Con, I'm in the middle of rereading some Spider-Man books I have stored away. Up next is definitely Batman: Dark Victory followed closely by a third read of Batman: Hush.

When it comes to comics, I definitely prefer The Dark Knight and The Wallcrawler. There's a weird sort of comfort I find between the two, a sense of dichotomy and duality that seems missing from other heroes and other books. They're the antithesis, the mirror, the foils of all of comics.

That said, I'm not that steeped in comics, though not a day goes by that I wish I had more time to dedicate to the medium. Comics are at a point where they rode the cultural zeitgeist, they bring in billions of dollars at the theater, and the represent some of the most recognizeable aspects of our society.

And all that will be wrapped up in the San Diego Comic-Con. So tell me,

What's your favorite comic series of all time?



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