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This Saturday’s question: What is your favorite holiday-themed comic story?
So go forth and debate! But be sure to back up your responses. Don’t be scared. And don’t give up. After all, no one likes a quitter. And you’re not a quitter, are you?
I loved Krampus from Image. This is a very interesting series that just started. Evil Sugar Plum Fairies (are there any other kinds) stole the bones of Saint Nicholas and disrupted all the magic of the Secret Society of Santa Clauses. Now Krampus, the creature that punishes naughty children, is the only one with power enough to find the bones and save Christmas. Very funny, good artwork, and all around fun.
Uncanny X-Men #341, where Cannonball beat Gladiator on Christmas Eve.
my personal favorite is the detective comics issue where joker kidnaps robin and drives over last minute holiday shoppers. a close second place goes to the epilogue of no man’s land, where commissioner gordon raises a toast to a new year (and a new gotham) at sarah essen-gordon’s grave.
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