Since I've got to be up in a couple of hours for History class, I don't have time to do a proper review for the comics I've read these last two days. For the record, I've been reading through the Kingdom mini-series from DC back in the late 90's and last night I had the absolute pleasure to read Dark Wolverine #77. Here's a quick preview of what the score for Dark Wolverine is going to be, it's higher then a 9, but less than a 11! Awesome, awesome book.
Anyway, that's not what this post is about. Over at my picture site I posted a scan from Starman. Kello commented that there will never be a comic book like Starman again, which got me thinking about just how much I loved that series. If I was trapped on a desert island somewhere in the Pacific Ocean with only coconuts and a crate of comic books to subsist off of, which comic series would I want stuck there with me. After some thought, the answer for me has to be James Robinson's Starman. Starman was/is a masterpiece of gargantuan proportions. No other series has ever provided us with so many deep, well-crafted characters as Starman did. The only other thing that comes close to Starman is the complete Age of Apocalypse epic. If I was trapped with those two series, I could happily live on that island until the band of blood-thirsty monkeys hiding on the island wound up attacking me and eating my brain. On that rather bizarre note, I'm asking my fellow comic book fans what series they would want to be interned on a desert island with. Any series from any company is fair game. I look forward to reading your responses.