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#482069 - 12/18/01 09:11 PM Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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The Time Top Ten thread has been generating lots of discussion about the differences between the various mainstream vs non-mainstream factions, and the comics that should be included on a 2001 Best Of List. As has been said many times before, "I like what I like", popular, obscure or critically praised or not. So without further ado...

10. Alias #1
9. X-Force #116-
8. Action Comics #775
7. Banner:Startling Stories
6. HellBlazer
5. Tangled Webs #4
4. Ultimate Spider-Man
3. Green Arrow #4
2. Powers
1. 100 Bullets

Mainstream? definitely! But all are damn fine/fun reads!

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#482070 - 12/18/01 09:22 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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My Top 10 for 2001, in no particular order:

X-Force 116
Amazing Spider-Man 30
Tangled Web 4
Peter Parker: Spider-Man 33
Peter Parker: Spider-Man 35
Green Arrow 4
Origin 1
Rose 3 (Yes, I know it's not out till next week, but screw it; it's Smith & Vess)
Thunderbolts 50
Uncanny X-Men 390 (dosvidanya, Piotr)

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#482071 - 12/18/01 09:48 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Mine in no particular order:

X-force
Lucifer
Daredevil (first Bendis arc)
Promethea
100 Bullets
Murder Me Dead
Finder
Optic Nerve
Black Hole
Midnight Nation

and DK1, Black Panther, Cable, New X-Men, and Captain Marvel as honorable mention. God it's been a great year-read Ghost World, From Hell, David Boring, and Jimmy Corrigan this year as well though all didn't come out this year.

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#482072 - 12/18/01 10:10 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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No specific title numbers (except in the case of one-shots), but my top 10 books of the year would be:

Outlaw Nation
Ultimate X-Men
Fury
Banner
New X-Men (I've never had a year in my life, nor ever envisioned having one, where I would have counted any X books in my top 10 of the year - now I have two! What a revoltin' development.)
The Authority
Hate Annual #2
Titan's Judge Dredd/2000 AD trades (not new material, I know, but still welcome)
Love & Rockets
1234
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#482073 - 12/18/01 11:25 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Quote:
Originally posted by Swami Coug:
The Time Top Ten thread has been generating lots of discussion about the differences between the various mainstream vs non-mainstream factions, and the comics that should be included on a 2001 Best Of List.


Same thing happened last year. At that point I was still wondering why everyone was complaining as that was the first time something like this list ever happened so I felt comics were just lucky to have it.

Here are mine in NO particular order:

-- Outlaw Nation
-- Metabarons: Path of the Warrior
-- Berlin: City of Stones (funny how it was on the TIME list last year but the trade didn't come out in the direct market til 2001)
-- Alec: Three-Piece Suit
-- EXPO 2001
-- The Golem's Mighty Swing
-- Drawn & Quarterly Vol. 4
-- Queen & Country
-- THB 6d
-- Vox
-- Pistol Whip

Hopefully I can get around later to giving some reasons for my picks. I think discussion is more interesting that way but right now...I'm tired. G'night.

-- Adam Crocker

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#482074 - 12/18/01 11:59 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Of course, any of our Top 10 lists would have to be limited by what we actually read, so they don't necessarily measure the quality of a book compared to everything else that came out.

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#482075 - 12/19/01 03:07 AM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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I wanted to wait until I'd had a bit of a look through some of my purchases over the past year, but I couldn't wait. [img]/resources/ubb/wink.gif[/img]

In no particular order:
- New X-Men #114-119, 2001 Annual (brilliant)
- X-Force #116
- Amazing Spider-Man #30-35
- JSA #26
- Flash:Iron Heights (beautiful)
- Ultimate Spider-Man #13
- Wonder Woman #172
- Joss Whedon's Fray #1-5
- Avengers #38-43
- Superboy's Legion #1-2

Money well spent.
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#482076 - 12/19/01 06:11 AM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Black Hole
Midnight Nation
Amazing Spider-Man
The Soap Lady
Miracleman Companion
Optic Nerve
Captain Marvel
Acme Novelty Library
Legal Action Comics
Belt Sander #1

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#482077 - 12/19/01 09:06 AM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Quote:
Originally posted by Dan20:
Of course, any of our Top 10 lists would have to be limited by what we actually read, so they don't necessarily measure the quality of a book compared to everything else that came out.


In other words...you really think that columnists who come up with their "top 10 of the year" actually read every comic book that comes out?

Just remember to be good, because Santa should be coming down your chimney in just a few days.

Sorry, that was mean. But I guess I'm just kind of mean natured. Oh, well.
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#482078 - 12/19/01 09:26 AM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Quote:
Originally posted by Speed Racer:
In other words...you really think that columnists who come up with their "top 10 of the year" actually read every comic book that comes out?


Probably not, but I'd bet dollars to donuts that they read more comics than I did this year.

Keeping that in mind;

BELT SANDER
THE DARK KNIGHT STRIKES BACK
DEFENDERS
GREEN ARROW
GREYSHIRT: INDIGO SUNSET
GRIP
LOVE AND ROCKETS
TOM STRONG
ULTIMATE X-MEN
X-FORCE

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#482079 - 12/19/01 09:39 AM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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in no order;

love and rockets
angry youth comics
hate annual #2
acme novelty library
black hole
hey..wait
expo 2001
drawn and quarterly vol.4
berlin
eightball #22

Terry
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#482080 - 12/19/01 10:19 AM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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I've notice that no one has, thus far, listed Planetary in their top 10 picks...

Just out of curiosity, is this purposeful, or is this an example of "out of sight means out of mind?"

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#482081 - 12/19/01 10:55 AM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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You're referring to the erratic shipping schedule as of late? Yeah I guess that would affect things, and some books might stick in people's minds more given that they presented more available material this year.

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#482082 - 12/19/01 12:12 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Planetary (there you go)
X-Force
Girl Genius
Detective Comics
Strangers In Paradise
Bone
Blue Monday
The Catwoman and Josie Mac backups in 'Tec
Daredevil
Dork!

Favorite single issue: Gotham Knights with guest star, Aquaman, by Devin Grayson

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#482083 - 12/19/01 01:57 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Alphabetically!!!!

Angry Youth Comix #2
Amazing Spider-man (30-35)
Batman Adventures
Cerebus (20 plus years on my list!!!)
Daredevil: Parts of a Hole
Dork!
Powers
Queen and Country
Top Ten (9-12)
X-Force (every issue since 116)

Honorable Mention
Planetary (14 & 15) Letís see more than 2 issues in Ď02

(I haven't read DK2 yet)
Worst comics that I actually bought and read:
Our World at War (in entirety)
Wonder Woman: Sprit of Crap
X-Men: Poptopia
Elektra (Iím still buying and not enjoying)
Fury: Max

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#482084 - 12/19/01 02:12 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Quote:
Originally posted by C.Kent:

Elektra (Iím still buying and not enjoying)
-Pat Darcy


Pat, not trying to slam you here I really want to know, why on earth would you buy a book that you do not enjoy? I've seen this before about other comcis here and it always seemed strange that someone would spend good money on something they don't enjoy, so what gives?
Terry
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#482085 - 12/19/01 03:08 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Quote:
Originally posted by Speed Racer:
In other words...you really think that columnists who come up with their "top 10 of the year" actually read every comic book that comes out?


Actually, I meant to include columnists in that as well; everyone's discussing this mainstream vs. independent thing, when it's really simple if you consider a person mainly read independent or mainstream books.
However, I do think said columnist probably had more access to more books than I did.

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#482086 - 12/19/01 03:48 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Actually my favourite of the year was the online Hutch Owen story but limiting this to paper and ink I'd pick

1 The Book of Leviathan by Peter Blegvad
2 Non 5
3 Atlas 1
4 whatever issues of Finder were this year, that's getting better and better
5 Lowjinx 3
6 drawn and quarterly v4
7 Breakfast after noon tpb
8 Albert et Les Autres
9 Love and Rockets v2
10 Golems Mighty Swing

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#482087 - 12/20/01 08:05 AM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Here's my top ten:

Elvira #100 (Dan DeCarlo art)

Daredevil: Yellow

100 Bullets

Hellblazer

Love and Rockets

Top 100 Marvels-for the idea only, not the actual choices

Ditko Package series

Spirit reprints

Lone Wolf and Cub

Orion by Walter Simonson
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#482088 - 12/20/01 09:33 AM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Excluding eurocomics and in no particular order:

a) Comicbooks:
- Top Ten
- DK2
- Indigo Sunset
- Acme Novelty Library

b) Anthologies:
- Little Lit
- Expo 2001

c) Reprints:
- The Charles Burns Library
- Little Annie Fanny

d) About comics:
- Jack Cole and Plastic Man
- Miracleman Companion

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#482089 - 12/20/01 10:28 AM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Quote:
Originally posted by metron:
Here's my top ten:

Elvira #100 (Dan DeCarlo art)

Daredevil: Yellow

100 Bullets

Hellblazer

Love and Rockets

Top 100 Marvels-for the idea only, not the actual choices

Ditko Package series

Spirit reprints

Lone Wolf and Cub

Orion by Walter Simonson


Is Daredevil yellow concluded?

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#482090 - 12/20/01 11:23 AM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Quote:
Originally posted by snoid:
Pat, not trying to slam you here I really want to know, why on earth would you buy a book that you do not enjoy? I've seen this before about other comcis here and it always seemed strange that someone would spend good money on something they don't enjoy, so what gives?
Terry



A logical question...
I preorder my comics from Discount Comic Book service (www.dcbservice.com)and get them 35% off. So I ordered the first 3 issues before I read #1. I just finished # 3 and decided that I really don't like it, but guess what? Rucka is taking over the book, so I'll give it a chance. If I don't like his first issue, I'm off it. I find Bendis' story to be subpar and the art doesn't appeal to me.
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#482091 - 12/20/01 12:12 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Pat, thanks makes sense.
Terry
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#482092 - 12/20/01 05:49 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Quote:
Originally posted by Edwin Bravenech Jr:
Is Daredevil yellow concluded?


It is due to conclude with issue #6. The series has been running late, but the last issue should be out soon.

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#482093 - 12/21/01 10:17 AM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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1. DK2- the book that got comic fans back into the stores
2. Heroes- the book that got civilians into the stores
3. Authority-the tough little bastard of a book that you have to love. Political Correctness killed this book. May it rest in Peace.
4. Ultimate Spider-man-The best superhero book out there! Bendis is tha man!
5. Top Ten- NYPD Blue meets the Watchmen. Alan Moores best stuff in a decade.
6. Powers- See#4
7. 100 Bullets- Uncomprimising and gritty. A worthy successor to Sandman and Preacher as the flagship Vertigo book.
8. Amazing Spider-Man- JMS did the impossible, made this book readable again.
9. Alias-See#4 and #6. Great concept and this gives a glimpse into an unseen aspect of the Marvel Universe.
10. Green Arrow-Not Smiths best work, but his talent for dialog made this book shine-
Best Line: Batman to Green Arrow: "haven't you ever had an original thought?"

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#482094 - 12/21/01 08:39 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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For those books I've read:

Akira - the phonebooks are great and show how amazing this is
Four Women - unbelievable
Barry Ween 3 - funniest book since the last one
Blue Monday: Absolute Beginners - want to get the first series but I don't like the size of the trade
Black Panther - best Marvel book no one is reading (literally)
Out There - just fun and beautiful
Magic Pickle - what a great book
Alias - finally a post-hype Bendis book I like
The Soap Lady - actually a hardcover "children's book" by Renee French
X-Force - because it's X-Force. come on man! if i have to explain everything to you you will never learn

Two books I found this year but only put out one issue each:
Frayed Ends - only has two issues but a great concept and nice art. check it out at frayedends.com
Hey, Mister - pure irreverence. no PC in this book. ahh, freedom. from Top Shelf.

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#482095 - 12/21/01 09:08 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Hi everyone! I just joined the forum, and thought this thread was a great place to start off.

Here are my top ten (in no particular order):

1. Ultimate Spider-man
2. Powers (the whole RetroGirl arc)
3. Midnight Nation #8
4. Rising Stars
5. Alias #1
6. Green Arrow #8
7. Origin #2
8. Amazing Spider-man #34
9. Ultimate X-Men
10. Rogue

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#482096 - 12/21/01 10:35 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Quote:
Originally posted by OwenE:
8 Albert et Les Autres



Can't wait to see this somewhere...was it as good as Aline et Les Autres?
I liked Black Hole and Fifth Name. I liked some other comics/graphic novels, but I can't remember what stood out.

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#482097 - 12/21/01 11:32 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Oh, alright, I'll play, too. (Can't imagine anyone cares, but whatever)...

In the immortal words of Nigel Tufnel, "this one goes to 11.."
Straczynski and JRJR's Amazing Spider-Man #36
Simonson's Orion
Mignola's Hellboy (Conqueror Worm)
Adams' Authority (#27)
Snejberg's JSA (Either issue he did)
Robinson's Starman (RIP, miss this title a bunch)
Larsen's Savage Dragon (-still- fun after all these years)
Pacheco's Fantastic Four (when he drew it, that is)
Steranko's SHIELD (collection)
Cole's Plastic Man (collection)(thanks DC Archives!)
and my favorite thing I read this year? Amazing Spider-Man: Coming Home.

There you go, totally four-color. Maybe next year there'll be more Strangehaven or something.

Looking forward to: Sears' the Path, the next Tim Sale project, Pacheco's JSA/JLA team up and Perez/Busiek's JLA/Avengers...

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#482098 - 12/23/01 09:05 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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It won`t be original but at least it`s a genuine Top ten:

1- X-Force
2- Ultimate Spiderman
3- 100 Bullets
4- Hellblazer
5- Black Panther
6- Alias
7- JSA
8- Ultimate X-men (first storyline)
9- Origin
10- Green Arrow

Or if we talk about one issue in particular the Best issues of 2001:

1- Ulitmate X-men...that issue where Magneto reprogram the Sentinels in mid-air and Wolvie stab him

2- Green Arrow 4: Ollie in the Watchtower!

3- Ultimate Spiderman 16: Peter beat the Kingpin. OK, you`re so fat...

4- X-Force 116: you know the one

5- Origin 2: so, THAT guy was Wolverine?

6- Hellblazer..."sex with dog" issue

7- Punisher 6: a psychopath`s last wish

8- The First 6 (i think it`s issue 6...): The king of the Gods split the two clans. Great work by Bart Sears!

9- Alias 3: Can we say best interrogation ever by a cop?

10- Alias 1: Cap?
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#482099 - 12/24/01 12:32 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Nenad, re Albert et les Autres

I think it was probably just as good as Aline, it was however extremely similar which robbed it of some of it's impact with me. The cartooning was brilliant but after 52 stories on vaguely similar themes spread over the two books it wasn't quite as fresh as it once was.

Still good enough for my top 10 but it didn't strike me as much as Aline did

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#482100 - 12/24/01 10:02 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Most of my reading these days are TPB's published before 2001, but out of the books published this year I'll give props to (in order):

Barry Ween Vol. 1, 2
Lone Wolf and Cub Vol. 2, 3, & 4
Lone Wolf and Cub Vol. 1
Barry Ween Vol. 3
X-Force #116
Frumpy the Clown Vol. 1, 2 (Dunno if this was published this year or not.. I bought it this year though).



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#482101 - 12/25/01 08:55 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Well, Iím not gonna pull out specific issues but the titles which Iíve found delicious over the last year in no particular order:

1. The final story arc in Starman
2. Strangers in Paradise
3. Planetary
4. The Authority
5. Peter Parker TSSM
6. Amazing Spider Man
7. Lucifer
8. 100 Bullets (a new find for me)
9. Wildcats
10. Harley Quinn

of course some of the titles mentioned earlier are great ó Black Hole (when it comes out, I still canít make sense of any schedule on the damn thing), Eightball (showing there is relevant material published beyond the scope of the two big publishers), Hellblazer, Flash, Impulse, Books of Magic, Birds of Prey, Punisher and Banner

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#482102 - 12/26/01 01:42 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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In no particular order:

Berlin: City of Stones TP
Eagle: The Making of an Asian-American President
Breakfast After Noon TP
Golem's Mighty Swing
Atlas #1
Blue Monday: Absolute Beginners TP
X-Force (Milligan/Allred)
Eightball #22
Box Office Poison TP
Alec: How to Be an Artist

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#482103 - 12/26/01 01:53 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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in no order:

New X-Men
Ultimate Spiderman
100 Bullets
X-Force
Incredible Hulk since Bruce Jones took over (i know its only been two issues, but im lovin it)
Fantastic Four 1234 (Jae Lee AND Grant Morisson... mmmmm)
Banner
Powers
The Red Star (when it came out...)
Midnight Nation

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#482104 - 12/26/01 03:01 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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I don't read too many comics anymore. But I would say that my favorite Marvel comic this year was DEFENDERS, and my favorite single issue was ORIGIN #2. I hate the X-Men, but the twist at the last part was exceptionally well done I thought. At least I didn't see it coming. Didn't make me want to buy #3 though, but oh well.

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#482105 - 12/27/01 10:52 AM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Alias#1
Ultimate Spider-man #13
Ministry of Space #1
New X-men #114
X-Force #116
Green Arrow #4
Monarchy #??? (the issue with Henry Bendix)
Wildcats (all year)
Powers Who Killed Retrogirl? tpb
Citzen V mini series

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#482106 - 12/27/01 11:03 AM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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CEREBUS [img]/resources/ubb/smile.gif[/img]
Rising Stars
Midnight Nation
CEREBUS
Powers
CEREBUS
Fray
Amazing Spider-man
CEREBUS
Strangers in Paradise

There ya go!

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#482107 - 12/29/01 12:06 AM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Wow, cool selections for single issues, Siege! Your Top five especialy what right on the money. Although i might have gotten rid of Ultimate X-men and place Alias 1 on position five.
(i believe the issue numbers you were looking for is Ultimate Spiderman 12 instead of 16, and the part where Magneto reprogram the Sentinels and Wolvie stab Magneto are two different issues, 5 and 6)

But (i`m curious) why no comics from the independant company in your best series? ( not that i single you out or anything)
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#482108 - 12/31/01 02:16 AM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
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Shit, i forgot about Starman 80!

Vox, the reason i don`t have any comics in the "independants" on my lists is that i don`t buy any of them. I`ve been getting super-hero comics since before i could read so THAT`S really my passion. If i had a bigger budget, i would probably do some "experimentation" and buy the good, unusual material coming from the other publishers ( than Marvel and DC), but that`s not the case.
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#482109 - 01/01/02 12:13 PM Re: Comicon Posters Top Ten Comics 2001
The Dude Offline
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Registered: 09/25/01
Posts: 61
Loc: Anahein, Ca. U.S.A.
I stopped buying monthly comics a few months ago but here's my Top 10 at the time I quit.

1. Planetary
2. Amazing-Spider Man
3. New X-Men
4. Powers
5. Ultimate Spider-Man
6. Tom Strong
7. X-Force
8. Batman: Dark Victory
9. Authority
10. Peter Parker: Spider-Man

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