The time has finally come to read the best-selling comic book of all time! This week, we read and discussed X-Men (1991) #1-3 "Rubicon", a story about a lot of things and also nothing. This story concludes Chris Claremont's iconic run of X-Men, and contains great character exploration of Magneto as well as an introduction to the structure of the X-Men for most of the 90s, where artists and writers like Jim Lee and Scott Lobdell would take the reins. While a bit frenetic and confused, it is a fun read that is well worth the time. And apparently millions of fans thought so too with over 4 million copies of the #1 issue sold, making it far and away the best-selling comic book issue of all time.
Veronica's theme for this season is stories from the DC Graphic Novels for Young Adults imprint. Monte's theme is the five top-selling superhero comic books of all time.
The comic lineup for Season 12 was:
Superman Smashes the Klan
Amazing Spider-Man (2014) #1-6
You Brought Me the Ocean
Ultimate Spider-Man (2000) #1-7
Shadow of the Batgirl
Batman: The 10-Cent Adventure
Nubia: Real One
Fantastic Four (2002) #60
Galaxy: The Prettiest Star
X-Men (1991) #1-3
Check out the inaugural crossover of the Hall of Pods, our podcast network! We discuss Doctor Strange In the Multiverse of Madness with The Fandom Optimists, Cape Corner, and True Believers: a Comics PoDCast! Find all of our links here.
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