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    Has to be this one.
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    There are so many!!!
    I'm a huge conan fan so I'll have to go with one of those almost anything from;
    Ernie Chan,Joe Jusko,John Buscema,Frank Frazzeta,Earl Norem,Ken Kelly,Boris Vallejo and most recently covers by Carey Nord or Tim Truman.All these artist to me capture the essance of Conan.I cannot pick just one.Appologies to anybody with dial up.
    Here is one of my fave done by both Jusko and Buscema together.



    One by Norem;


    Lastly one by Boris.
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    I agree!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by The Toyroom View Post
    Hands down....Action Comics #1:

    http://images.comiccollectorlive.com...A3E961B66A.jpg

    Says everything right there...

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    I'm sorry I can't remember the number of the issue, but it was morbius the living vampire, where he faced off against blade

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    I'd have to turn in my Earth 2 badge if I didn't include these in the running:




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    Quote Originally Posted by The Toyroom View Post
    ^ Cool cover, Art!
    http://www.dccomics.com/media/produc...58_400x600.jpg

    Hey, how come we all refer to that costume as "Disco Nightwing" when disco was long dead by the time that costume debuted...? Just a thought.
    I always called it disco because of that collay and the wide lapels. I always thought that costume should have been drawn into a Dazzler comic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earth 2 Chris View Post
    I'd have to turn in my Earth 2 badge if I didn't include these in the running:
    http://www.comics.org/graphics/cover...1428_4_123.jpg

    http://www.comics.org/graphics/cover...1449_4_021.jpg

    Chris
    Ahh Flash 123 in my opinion the most influential comic in the silver age without it's success I would never have known who Alan Scott was
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    For me the greatest comic ever, has to be the one my Mom tore up in front of me when I was like 10yo.
    "Steel-like jaws clacked away, each bite slashing flesh from my body - I used my knife and my hands, and when they were gone, my bloody stumps - and yet the turtles came."

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    ^ That IS a classic cover (and comic)...the best Justice League line-up EVER!
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