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gursikh11
PostPosted: Tue Dec 27, 2011 9:54 am  Reply with quote



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Lets talk about some good comics. What are your favorite and best comics of all time? Mine are


Walking Dead
Sandman
Batman

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Panda
PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2012 10:56 pm  Reply with quote



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Uncanny X-Men
Walking Dead
X-23
Hack/Slash

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venort
PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2012 7:08 pm  Reply with quote



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transformers: last stand of the wreckers
Kingdom: the promised land
Batman: year one, the dark night returns, the killing joke, and arkham asylum: a serious house on serious earth
Superman: red son
Judge Dredd
Chiaroscuro
Rogue trooper

I could go on for a looong-ass time here, but I'll leave it at this for now and get back to watching american horror story.
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lalalei2001
PostPosted: Wed May 09, 2012 5:06 am  Reply with quote



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Walter Simonson's Thor run, Sonic the Hedgehog, a bunch of Silver-Age DC and Marvel comics, Megaman, Doom Patrol vol. 1, and the Power Pack.

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Keeping Quiet
PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2012 1:47 am  Reply with quote



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Contract with God- by Will Eisner (father of the graphic novel)

Understanding comics- by Scott McCloud (text book done in graphic novel form.)

The Push Man and other stories- by Yoshihiro Tatsumi (Profoundly Tragic. Not for the faint of heart)

Astor Boy – By Osamu Tezuka (What inspired Megaman)
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Sarge
PostPosted: Thu Aug 16, 2012 5:28 am  Reply with quote



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I'm pretty terrible at keeping up with comics. Just a few months ago I finally got around to reading Blankets (graphic novel...comics...close enough) and enjoyed it thoroughly. What might you toss in the direction of someone looking for a good sampling of what's out there?

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Keeping Quiet
PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2012 12:06 am  Reply with quote



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Aw, man I loved blankets. And the best part about that book if you are on a tight budget you can usually find it in your local library.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2012 6:12 am  Reply with quote



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Keeping Quiet wrote:
Aw, man I loved blankets. And the best part about that book if you are on a tight budget you can usually find it in your local library.


Blankets is definitely good. A friend lent it to me once.

I love comics, but I'm very bad at keeping up with them. I sort of pick them up when the fancy strikes me. I very much enjoy the work of Doug Tennapel, so I was really impressed with his recent Ghostopolis. Calvin and Hobbes is probably my favorite ever, and can always bring me up after a bad day (although I'm not sure that counts in this topic... are we talking about longer stories or do strips work?).

More recently I read Chew. I've been picking up the collected editions to save some cash from getting it monthly. It's got a really cool mystery story, which I love, and the sci fi element is simultaneously hilarious, gross and unexpected. It pays off in major ways almost every issue.

The New 52 Batman is pretty good. The writing on it is great, and I pick it up every month from my local shop. On a few lighter notes I also have been getting the Megaman and Sonic comics from Archie for a long time, and the new Ninja Turtles stories from IDW more recently are freaking great. My comic guy saves me variants every once in a while. It's a strain on the pocketbook, but he knows what I like Smile
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trunolimit
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Planetary - really cool take on the Fantastic 4
Preacher
Y the last man - being turned into a movie
rising star
incorruptible
irredeemable
The Boys
The Manhattan Projects
Locke & key
Little Depressed Boy
Saga
Sin City
The Crossed - the most twisted comic I've come across
Walking Dead
Kick ass
Watchmen - really enjoying the new before watchmen stuff.

With regards to the more traditional DC and Marvel comics

Batman - new 52 stuff is really good
Daredevil
Uncanny x-men -
New Ultimates
Ultimate Spider man
Fantastic four
FF
Wolverine and the x-men
new X-men
Ultimate X-men
Journey Into Mystery
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