DC Comics has been producing holiday comics for a full 70+ years now, ever since Superman first teamed up with Santa to encourage kindness and generosity in "The Christmas Adventure!"
So with seven solid decades of holiday fun, some of them are bound to rise to the top, which is why we've asked ComicsAlliance contributor and Christmas comic aficionado Chris Sims to rifle through the long boxes at the North Pole and bring us his picks for DC's Twelve Greatest Holiday Stories!!
Last week, we brought you a list of our favorite DC Christmas stories, but the Distinguished Competition isn't the only company that's brought its share of four-color holiday cheer! That's why this week, we've turned once again to ComicsAlliance contributor and recovering wassail addict Chris Sims to bring us Marvel's eight best holiday stories!
8. The Spirit of the Season - "Marvel Holiday Special" (1993)
Yes, today is Star Wars Day -- derived from the pun "May the 4th be with you" -- and we're celebrating by watching the Star Wars Holiday Special from 1978, the most wonderful, terrible thing ever produced by the franchise, including a scene with the recently departed Bea Arthur singing with the Cantina aliens, and the cartoon segment that introduced Boba Fett
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