Marvel Comics of 1969. Ultron goes nuclear! X-Men go Neal Adams! Hulk goes to Asgard!
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On this episode Zack and Dave cover the following issues (all available via Marvel Unlimited):
|Incredible Hulk Annual||#1|
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My Marvelous Year – Marvel Year Nine: 1970 Pt. 1 —
|Sub-Mariner / Daredevil||22 / 67|
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Hey Dave (and Paste Pot Zack 😅),
First off, I love the pod and the club, can’t wait for the Ultimate Years to start. However, I do have a question for Dave that isn’t really related to the MMY Club. When reading in Marvel Unlimited, which reading order would you recommend? Like for example, you have an entire guide for the Age of Apocalypse, and MU also has a reading list for AoA. What are the differences between your list and Marvel’s (if any) and which should be the best way to read things like this?
Thanks for writing! We actually meant to talk about this in the Variant Cover coming out tomorrow, but it slipped our minds. I think we would generally come down on the side of using the CBH lists, just because they often include more context for the events, as well as explaining how worthy certain issues are of your time. If MU has issues listed that CBH doesn’t, it’s probably for a reason that Dave will have laid out.
Thanks for listening! I’m psyched for the Ultimates too!