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What Are Your Favorite Comics of 2015?


#1

I found myself answering this question after seeing so many comic sites make their own lists. Whether it be a comic that came out years ago, or just last week, what were your favorite comics of 2015?

My List:

Deadly Class
Lazarus
East of West
Last Man
Descender
Low
Black Science
They’re Not Like Us
Ninjak
Bloodshot Reborn


#2

Lazarus
Fatale
Secret War
Omega Men
Chrononauts
Vision
Secret Six
Midnighter
Aaron’s Thor

EDIT: Narrowed to 5 I’d say Omega Men, Secret Six, Thor, Lazarus, Fatale (which may not have been this year)


#3

This is pretty tough actually. In no particular order cause that’s just too hard.

Birthright
Tokyo Ghost
The Private Eye
Ms. Marvel
Daredevil/Echo: Parts of a Hole
Jupiter’s Circle
Secret Wars
Descender
Fight Club 2
Nameless


#4

LOVE the new Harley Quinn series.
Ditto DC Bombshells.
Vision is just…it’s so…um…just read it if you get the chance ok?
The Goddamned was a late arrival to this list but holy original sin Batman(!), is it ever a lovely dirty ugly surprise.
Monstress also has been getting me all warm and fuzzy.
Huck has also got my attention.
And to round out the list: Dr Strange is starting to pick up steam for me.


#5

Secret Wars & Marvel’s Star Wars, so far.


#6

Hey, how is Monstress?


#7

My top five for the year

1 Providence

2 Crossed Plus 100 (First 6 issues only)

3 Southern Bastards

4 Airboy

5 Revival

Notable others;

2000Ad, Rachel Rising, Autumnlands, Deadly Class, Trees, Postal, Nailbiter, Birthright, Outcast, Justice League (Johns), Stumptown, Thor, Annihilator, Nameless, Twilight Children, Prez, Injection, The Woods, Lazarus, Low

Too early to put on a best of list, but I suspect some could be next year:

Vision, The Godammned, Black Magick, DK III, Clean Room, Jacked, New Romancer, Survivors Club, Huck


#8

Airboy
Saga
Crossed +100
Chew
The Vision
Lazarus
The Fade Out
Huck
Southern Bastards


#9

Providence
The Vision
All-Star Section Eight
Airboy
Stray Bullets: Sunshine & Roses

Top 5 right there.


#10

BPRD
Lazarus
The Fade Out
Rebels
Invisible Republic

Honorable Mention: Savage Dragon (been reading this since issue #1 in 1992, and it still entertains me; also, I love the fact that it moves in real time, so the young Dragon that we met way back when is now 23 year older, about to become a grandfather, and his 20-year-old son has replaced him as the lead in the book.

PS: I love East of West, but too few issues were released this year and the publishing pace pushed the book out of my top five.


#11

this is going to be a bit difficult because I am a Marvel Fan and they did a restart halfway through the year. I am really liking the new Xmen books. I personally feel that the death of Scott freed up the writers to start writing good stories again. Here goes my list of continuing series for the full year

JL3000/1
Thor
Spiderwoman(hopeless/rodriguez with the new costume)
MTMTE
Grayson

my minseries
Thors
Inferno
Siege
book of death(from valiant)
Masks2(dynamite)


#12

This thread is telling me I really need to check out Lazarus and Airboy.

As a trade waiter it’s hard to take part in a best of the year, but I did think They’re Not Like Us was excellent. I also really liked Wytches. Not actually sure what else I read this year was published in 2015.


#13

Top 5:

  1. Descender
  2. East of West
  3. Secret Wars
  4. Thor
  5. Saga

While these are all great series, Descender is head and shoulders above the rest (and this coming from a guy who LOVES East of West) I highly recommend it to anyone who isn’t reading it.


#14
  1. Airboy

There’s been a lot of good comics this year, but nothing touches Airboy for me.


#15

Sumptuous visuals.
Intricate story.
Chinese mythology based.
Badass fight sequences.
A really intriguing protagonist.
Two issues in and I’m hooked.
It’s fresh and compelling, IMHO.
Give it a shot. :smile:


#16

I will. Thanks, man.


#17

East of West - Nick Dragotta & Jonathan Hickman
Trees - Warren Ellis & Jason Howard
Lazarus - Greg Rucka & Michael Lark
Nameless - Chris Burnham & Grant Morrison
Providence - Alan Moore & Jacen Burrows
Copra - Michel Fiffe
Stray Bullets: Sunshine & Roses - David Lapham
Southern Bastards - Jason Latour & Jason Aaron
The Fade Out - Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips
Prophet - Brandon Graham, Simon Roy, Ron Wimberly, et. al
Casanova: Acedia - Matt Fraction & Fabio Moon
Hawkeye - David Aja, Matt Fraction, Annie Wu, et. al
Injection - Declan Shalvey & Warren Ellis
Annihilator - Frazer Irving & Grant Morrison
The Multiversity - Grant Morrison, Ivan Reis, Jim Lee, et. al
Descender - Dustin Nguyen & Jeff Lemire
Ms. Marvel - G. Willow Wilson, Adrian Alphona, & Takeshi Miyazawa
Martian Manhunter - Rob Williams, Eddy Barrows, & Diogenes Neves
The Autumnlands - Benjamin Dewey & Kurt Busiek
Virgil - Steve Orlando & J.D. Faith
Fragments of Horror - Junji Ito


#18

So many good books this year, hard to narrow it down to even just a few!

I’ll say:

1 - No Mercy
2 - Paper Girls
3 - Thor
4 - Saga
5 - Rat Queens
6 - Airboy
7 - Tokyo Ghost
8 - Monstress
9 - Mythic
10 - We Stand On Guard


#19

Monstress
Gotham Academy
The Wicked + The Divine
Tomboy
Invincible


#20

Chrononauts is my favorite book of the last few years.

My other top nine boos:

Star Wars
Darth Vader
MTMTE
Secret Wars Zombies
Thor
Huck
Vision
Ant Man
Weirdworld