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Author Topic: Good comics you have read recently  (Read 400 times)

GeekyBugle

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Good comics you have read recently
« on: September 10, 2022, 02:31:18 AM »
What the tin says. I'll go first:

The Cimmerian from Ablaze has been good and so far it's 100% REH material.

American Mythology Productions has been publishing lots of ERB stuff and also Zorro, so far so good.

Ragnarok by Walter Simonson from IDW, the fucking best Thor comic I've read in years, who knows where will he publñish the fourth volume tho, seems like IDW isn't long for this world.

Will post more when I remember/read other good stuff.
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Re: Good comics you have read recently
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2022, 08:57:19 AM »
So far this year I’ve enjoyed (not including any crowdfunded stuff)

Image: The Magic Order, Lady Mechanika, Rogue Sun, Rick Grimes 2000, Seven Sons, A Town Called Terror
Scout: We Don’t Kill Spiders
Black Mask: Space Riders
Floating World Comics: Night Hunters
Aftershock: Bunny Mask
Artist Elite: Artists Elite Presents
Valient: Shadowman
Dynamite: Barbarella
AWA: Year Zero, E-Radic
Ablaze: The Cimmerian

Most of these are mini-series or an ongoing series of mini-series.

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Re: Good comics you have read recently
« Reply #2 on: September 10, 2022, 12:11:55 PM »
So far this year I’ve enjoyed (not including any crowdfunded stuff)

Image: The Magic Order, Lady Mechanika, Rogue Sun, Rick Grimes 2000, Seven Sons, A Town Called Terror
Scout: We Don’t Kill Spiders
Black Mask: Space Riders
Floating World Comics: Night Hunters
Aftershock: Bunny Mask
Artist Elite: Artists Elite Presents
Valient: Shadowman
Dynamite: Barbarella
AWA: Year Zero, E-Radic
Ablaze: The Cimmerian

Most of these are mini-series or an ongoing series of mini-series.

I liked E-Ratic too, just forgot about it. Besides it I've only read the Cimmerian from your list.
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Re: Good comics you have read recently
« Reply #3 on: September 11, 2022, 12:02:32 AM »
Oh, I forgot to add Blood Realm from Alterna Comics.  Probably because it's a partially crowdfunded.  The issues come out via CFing, but you can get the Alterna Giant versions of it which collect each miniseries into an 80pg issue.  This has to be in my top 3 comics over the past couple of years.  Worldbuilding fantasy/sci-fi at a level you don't see many people try to do anymore.

I'd probably add Space Riders and Bunny Mask up there to round that top 3 out.

Space Riders is pure 80s action adventure in space with art that just fits it so perfect.  Definitely my biggest surprise favorite.

Bunny Mask seemed stupid at first (based on the promo art), but I gave it a chance and I'm glad I did.  It's got this Elder-things thing going on and it's just well done and has me eagerly waiting for the next issue every time.