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    Jed MacKay’s Must-Reads

    Writer Jed MacKay, (INFINITY WARS: GHOST PANTHER, MAN WITHOUT FEAR), shares his Marvel pull list! Be sure to pick up Daughters of the Dragon - Marvel Digital Original, an all-new, digital-exclusive series starring Colleen Wing and Misty Knight! Start with the DOUBLE-SIZED #1 by Jed and artist Travel Foreman!


    • Master of Kung Fu (1974-1983)

      Shang-Chi: Master of Kung Fu

      As a formative text, MOKF stands out as the epitome of sexy and cool in a Marvel book for me. Shang-Chi, an idealist fish out of water, doesn't come across as trite or lame – he's cool. MOKF takes the over-the-top grandiose spy-fi of the 60s and 70s and filters it through the smoky lens of Kung Fu with some of the best art that's ever been in comics.

    • Immortal Iron Fist (2006-2009)

      Iron Fist by Brubaker, Fraction, Aja & Hollingsworth

      Kind of a spiritual inheritor to MOKF, Immortal Iron Fist blindsided me when it came out – the perfect combination of martial arts violence, super-spy shenanigans and secret history, all wrapped up in a package of evocative and unmistakable art. Perhaps most importantly (to me), I think this was my first intro to the Daughters of the Dragon, who I later picked for my first Marvel job back in 2011.

    • Strange Tales (1951-1968)

      Adam Warlock

      No one does cosmic like Jim Starlin – his sci-fi vibrated with the power of fantasy, and Warlock was the greatest example. Warlock coming into conflict with the Magus and the players brought into that struggle (one in particular!), remains a masterclass of cosmic greats butting heads at a big-picture level while remaining personal. And the art! The blacks, the shadows! Read through #181 and try Warlock (1972) too!

    • New X-Men (2001-2004)

      New X-Men by Morrison, Quitely & Townsend

      When I was a kid in the 90s, the X-Men were the coolest that ever were. In 2001, New X-Men took that cool and re-examined it at the dawn of a new century. Everything about New X-Men was exciting – amazing art, big ideas, great new characters, sweeping, apocalyptic changes to the status quo, and a new view of the mutant community and their place in the world.

    • Alpha Flight (1983-1994)

      Maple Leaf Mavericks

      My first exposure to Alpha Flight was their appearance in the 1990 Marvel trading cards, and it was a light bulb moment: "Wait, there are Canadian super heroes? We can do that?" Reading Alpha Flight years later, I came to love the gang of misfits that represented my country – their adventures were always weird, they screwed up a lot, and nothing ever went easy for them. But despite all that, they were great.

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