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Marvel's Top 70 Countdowns

posted Mar 5, 2009, 6:05 AM by Vu Sleeper
From marvel.com, thanks to Ilke



INFINITY GAUNTLET #1 (Jul 1991)
INFINITY GAUNTLET #4 (Oct 1991)
70 years of good versus evil means thousands of memories. To celebrate, we’re asking fans to vote not for their Top 10, Top 20 or Top 50, but rather – you guessed it – the Top 70 favorite comics, covers, characters and moments in Marvel history. Help us define 70 years of Marvel throughout 2009. Click here for more info and a schedule of contests!

Which issue made you a Believer? Some would say the formation of the "new" X-Men featuring Wolverine, Colossus and Storm in GIANT SIZE X-MEN #1. Others read CAPTAIN AMERICA #25, and, in witnessing the heartbreaking death of a national hero, connected. Whether it made you cheer or cry, there is always one issue that reaffirms your faith. Stand up and let your voice be heard.
View the Top 70 Comics!

47 Infinity Gauntlet #1
 
When you're in love with the physical embodiment of death, regular shows of affection just won't cut it. Fortunately Thanos knows how to impress the ladies--he kills half the universe in the first pages of this titanic early '90s event.

Published: Jul 10, 1991

Writer(s):
  • Jim Starlin
Artist(s):
  1. editor:
    • Craig Anderson
  2. colorist:
    • Ian Laughlin,
    • Christie Scheele
  3. letterer:
    • Jack Morelli
  4. penciller (cover):
    • George Perez
  5. penciller:
    • George Perez
  6. inker:
    • Joe Rubinstein


46 Infinity Gauntlet #4
 
After dealing with the deaths of half the universe, Earth's remaining heroes (and Dr. Doom) gather together to take the fight to Thanos, the infinitely powerful madman responsible for the whole mess. Guess how that turns out?

 
Published: Oct 10, 1991
Writer(s):
  • Jim Starlin
Artist(s):
  1. editor:
    • Craig Anderson
  2. inker:
    • Bruce Golotoff,
    • Joe Rubinstein
  3. colorist:
    • Ian Laughlin,
    • Christie Scheele
  4. penciller:
    • Ron Lim,
    • George Perez
  5. letterer:
    • Jack Morelli
  6. penciller (cover):
    • George Perez



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