Podcast Episode Fifty Part One

  • mignola-hellboy It’s finally here, part one of episode fifty where we count off the fifty greatest comics run of all time. In part one, we run though numbers 50 to 26 including discussions on Garth Ennis’s time on The Punisher, Hellboy by Mike Mignola, Planetary by Warren Ellis & John Cassaday, Grant Morrison’s New X-Men, Spiderman by John Romita & more. Click below to see the full rankings
  • 50. Punisher by Garth Ennis
  • 49. Green Lantern by Geoff Johns
  • 48. Astonishing X-Men by Joss Wheedon & John Cassaday
  • 47. The Authority by Warren Ellis & Bryan Hitch
  • 46. Locke & Key by Joe Hill & Gabriel Rodriguez
  • 45. Infinity Gauntlet, Infinity War & Infinity Crusade by Jim Starlin & Ron Lim
  • 44. The Incal Alejandro Jodorowsky & Moebius
  • 43. Hellboy by Mike Mignola
  • 42. Howard The Duck by Steve Gerber
  • 41. Transmetropolitan by Warren Ellis & Darick Robertson
  • 40. Gotham Central by Ed Brubaker, Greg Rucka & Michael Lark
  • 39. Planetary by Warren Ellis & John Cassaday
  • 38. Captain America by Jack Kirby
  • 37. Runaways by Brian K Vaughan, Adrian Alphona & Takeshi Miyazwa
  • 36. Suicide Squad by John Ostrander, Kim Yale & Luke McDonnell
  • 35. Justice League by JM DeMattis & Keith Giffen
  • 34. Criminal by Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips
  • 33. Captain America by Jim Lee & Jim Steranko
  • 32. Kamandi The Last Boy On Earth by Jack Kirby
  • 31.  Batman by Frank Miller
  • 30. Dr. Strange by Steve Ditko
  • 29. New Teen Titans by Marv Wolfman & George Perez
  • 28. New X-Men by Gran Morrison
  • 27. Preacher by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon
  • 26. Spider by John Romita

8 thoughts on “Podcast Episode Fifty Part One”

  1. To celebrate the 50th cast. Codes to follow.
    5TNIPW4ITEY5 for three free Marvel digital comics and YGNP8UFUQS8 for a free month of Marvel Unlimited and thousands of comics (new up to 6 months ago). Let me know how it goes. I’ll listen to the cast soon, really busy over the next few weeks…

  2. I haven’t read the original Kamandi but I love the format of the new challenge series. Each team does one issue and a new team continues the next issue in a fashion of their choosing. Meanwhile the last issue writer explains what they would have written. Pretty cool.

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