Quote:It'll be quite a feat given the first two were pretty bad not to mention the competition in GR and DD.
i want the rights to revert but I wouldn't be mad at a DofP type surprise from F4. It being just solid would probably be the best outcome.
Quote:Middle school so I'd say Runaways, Civil War, Ultimate Comics Spider-Man, Ultimate FF, JMS' Spider-Man run, House of M. You can get all this in trade paperback for them to share or omnibus form. Might have a hard time finding single issues of those since they're a couple years old but still pretty timeless and good reads.
As for now, single issues you can pick up a few copies for them, Uncanny Avengers, Thunderbolts, Amazing Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2099 Mighty Avengers (soon to be Captain America & the Mighty Avengers), Thor (coming soon), All-New Captain America (coming soon), All-New X-Men, X-Men, the Death of Wolverine is coming up next month, Batman Eternal (a weekly series), Batman, Ms. Marvel, Hulk, Inhuman, All-New Ghost Rider, Nova, Guardians of the Galaxy.
What I suggested there has a wide range of appeal genre wise and comprehension proportionate to entertainment for middle schoolers from what I can recall (when I was that age I was probably reading/watching a lot more dark inappropriate stuff so I don't want to suggest anything too much). Lot of cool stuff. May want to check the Avengers & X-Men Axis event starting up too. I don't got much to suggest on DC side of things so I'd say peep the Comic Book Thread. Don't know if you're school has the money but marvel also releases their comics digitally for a bit cheaper if you have iPads or if you can use the computer room.