I really appreciate those who "play by the rules" when responding. Thanks for giving this question some thought, and limiting your answers to a maximum of three.
|Posted: 19 February 2021 at 5:51am | IP Logged | 7
Oops! My apologies--somehow, I missed that. Paring my list down, my top three would be:
BLUE BEETLE (Ted Kord)--I would love to see a good, solid take on this character, really taking off from Ditko's few glorious issues.
CHALLENGERS OF THE UNKNOWN--There's a way to do this series just right--Kirby did it, Byrne could do it, I think even Gerry Conway had the right take on it in the short 70's revival. I really liked the 1977 novel by Ron Goulart! But for over 40 years we've only had strange, alternative takes on the group.
DEFENDERS--Whether the HULK/NAMOR/DR. STRANGE epic team by somebody like John Byrne or the quirky version of the Gerber & Kraft eras, this was once my favorite comic and could be again.
Edited by Eric Jansen on 19 February 2021 at 5:52am