Doug: Well, here we are, and I must say I'm a bit surprised. I don't want to diminish the scope or greatness of Crisis on Infinite Earths, but I think many of us would regard the deaths of Gwen Stacy and the Green Goblin as high water marks in the Bronze Age of Comics. In fact, there are even those who would point to Amazing Spider-Man #'s 121-122 as the beginning of the Bronze Age. Similarly, it was argued on this very series of posts that the death of Jean Grey served as a sort of bookend to the death of Gwen Stacy, the two events serving as the boundaries to the Age. I'd also say I was surprised to see "Days of Future Past" garner 25% of the vote against "Dark Phoenix". Really? There were that many of our readers who found that to be a better or more significant story? From this guy's point of view, I was surprised it made it to the Final Four. But at any rate, we have two outstanding works to choose between for the Greatest Story of the Bronze Age of Comics -- and I don't think anyone would deny the significance or greatness of either.
Thanks to all who have participated -- and Karen and I hope you've had a good time during this little exercise in subjectivity!