Here’s the latest of the daily voting threads for The Greatest ____ Stories Ever Told!
In a twist, we’re going beyond characters and creators and asking you to name your favorite What If? story!
What If? was the name of two different Marvel ongoing series, as well as a series of one-shots in the past decade or so. Any one of these issues is available to be chosen!
You have until 11:59 PM Pacific time, April 2nd to vote for your top ten favorite What If? comic book stories! Your choices will be revealed on April 3rd.
You vote by sending your top ten choices to email@example.com (make the subject heading clear that it is about The Greatest What If? Stories Ever Told Voting) by that time (you send your votes by e-mail, not in the comments to this piece. I repeat DO NOTE VOTE IN THE COMMENTS SECTION OF THIS PIECE).
Be sure to first click here to read about the rules and guidelines for the voting (so you don’t vote for stuff that is ineligible, which really shouldn’t be an issue for What If?, since there were all basically one-off stories).
I’d prefer you not share your votes in the comments section – please let’s keep it a surprise until the results go up. You can share your votes then if you’d like!
Have fun voting and be sure to check back April 3rd to see the results!
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