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What are the best comic books of all times?

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  1. 1Spirit

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    Spirit is a fictional masked crimefighter created by cartoonist Will Eisner. He first appeared June 1940, as the main feature of a newsprint comic book insert distributed in the Sunday edition of Register and Tribune Syndicate newspapers.

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  1. 2Maus

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    This metaphoric comic winner of the Pulitzer Prize by Art Spiegelman tells us the story of the father of the author during World War II. The story mixes past and present while the author asks his father about his own story. 

  2. 3Y: The Last Man

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    What happens when you are the only man in a post-apocalyptic world full of women? This comic by the reputed Brian K. Vaughn and the artist Pia Guerra, tells the story of Yorick Brown the only male survivor of a virus that kills everything that possess the Y chromosome.
  1. 4The Life and Death of Fritz the Cat

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    One of the best-known characters from Robert Crumb's comics along with Mr, Natural. Fritz the Cat is a horny cat that came in the counterculture times of drugs and free sex of the 60's. Crumb an underground artist became famous with this creation that was adapted to cinema as an animated movie
  2. 5Jimmy Corrigan: The smartest kid on Earth

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    Jimmy Corrigan: The smartest kid on Earth is a graphic novel by cartoonist Chris Ware. Pantheon Books released the book in 2000 following its serialization in the newspaper Newcity and Ware's Acme Novelty Library series.
  3. 6Kingdom Come

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    Kingdom Come is a riveting story, written by Mark Waid and Alex Ross, with artwork by Alex Ross, pitting the Justice League against a new generation of crime fighters and their harder brand of justice, leaving people terrified.
  4. 7Black Hole

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    Black Hole is a twelve-issue comic book limited series written and illustrated by Charles Burns and published first by Kitchen Sink Press, then Fantagraphics. Set in the Seattle of the 70's, the story follows several teenagers infected by a strange plague that is transmitted through sexual contact.
  5. 8Batman: The Long Halloween

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    Batman: The Long Halloween is a graphic novel created by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale. The story follows Batman during the early years of his career fighting crime and facing off against a mysterious killer that kills during the holidays.
  6. 9Crisis On Infinite Earths

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    The Crisis on Infinite Earths is the story that removed the multi verse concept from the fictional DC Universe. "Crisis" is considered by many to be one of the most important and most influential comic book storylines of all time. 
  7. 10Watchmen

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    Watchmen is an award-winning graphic novel created by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. It puts readers in a world where superheroes have changed the course of history such as victory during the Vietnam War, the Cold War is still happening and Nixon is still President.
  8. 11David Boring

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    David Boring by Daniel Clowes is the tortuous story of David, a nineteen-year-old boy that works as a security guard and suddenly meets a marvellous girl that falls in love with him. Everything now seems perfect too perfect.
  9. 12Ghost World

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    Ghost World is an almost autobiographic comic book by Daniel Clowes in which he tells us the story of two teenage girls during their high-school years. This coming of age comic book about two nerdish girls that face what is growing up and go to college where they will be apart.
  10. 13Sin City

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    Sin City by Frank Miller is a revision of the noir genre by the peculiar and personal prism of this controversial author. Discover what hides on Sin City a city where all kind of vices and crime flourish everywhere. Characters like Marv, Dwight, Gail, Miho, Hartigan, Nancy, and the Yellow Bastard.
  11. 14AKIRA

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    Akira is a manga series, written and illustrated by Katsuhiro Otomo. Set in a post apocalyptic Neo-Tokyo, the work uses conventions of the cyberpunk genre to detail a saga of turmoil. Originally serialized in Japan between 1981 and 1993, Otomo's 2,000-plus-page science fiction epic Akira was reprinted as a monthly comic book in the U.S. in the early '90s.
  12. 15Astro Boy

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    Astro Boy  (Mighty Atom in Japan) is Osamu Tezuka’s beloved story of the boy-robot with 100,000 horsepower.  Although the original, long-running, manga series was published in Shonen between April 1952 and March 1968.
  13. 16The X-Men: The Dark Phoenix Saga

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    The X-Men: The Dark Phoenix Saga is a collection of comics books making up the entire story of Jean Grey who has risen and attained the powers of The Dark Phoenix which leads to her corruption in this epic tale of triumph and loss.

  14. 17Vagabond

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    Vagabond (Vol. 1) is a manga by Takehiko Inoue. It is about Miyamoto Musashi who survived the Battle of Sekigahara. He became an outcast in his own village and with the help of a monk and a childhood friend, he will find his way back. 

  15. 18Lone Wolf and Cub (Vol. 1)

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    Lone Wolf and Cubis an epic samurai manga written by Kazuo Koike and illustrated by Goseki Kojima and published in America by Dark Horse Comics. 
  16. 19From Hell

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    From Hell is the investigation about Jack the Ripper made by Alan Moore and drew by Eddie Campbell. This comic book is the theory of Alan Moore about who was Jack The Ripper. His hypothesis results in a spectacular investigation in comic book form in which Alan Moore tells us that Jack the Ripper is the tool for hiding a large conspiracy.
  17. 20Daredevil: Born Again

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    Daredevil: Born Again is a graphic novel comics written by Frank Miller released in 2014. It was centered on the story where Matt Murdock's former partner Karen Page sells out his secret identity as Daredevil to the Kingpin.
  18. 21Astro City

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    Astro City is a new reflexion about what is to be a superhero in a city full of them. This comic is created by Kurt Busiek one of the comic book authors who know more about superhero comic books. This series takes an adult approach to comic book stories with standalone stories that show different problems and slice-of-life situations on superheroes.
  19. 22Batman Adventures: Mad Love

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    This Batman one-shot, written and drawn by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm, reveals the origins of Harley Quinn as she proves her love to the Joker by trying to eliminate the Dark Knight on her own.
  20. 23Thorgal

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    Thorgal is one of the best comics from the European industry. It tells the story of Thorgal Aegirsson, a child from the stars discovered by the chief of the Vikings, Leif Haraldsson that adopts him as a son. We are in the VIIth Century and Thorgal grows with Leif, that soon dies. Gandalf's the Insane the new chief, isolates Thorgal from its tribe but Aaricia, Gandalf's daughter, comforts Thorgal's solitude.

  21. 24Preacher

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    Preacher, the comic by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, was one of the best comics that came from Vertigo, the DC division for adult and non-superheroic comics. This cynical, sarcastic and surprising story about a preacher that has the power of The Word, an ability to make people do whatever he utters, is a portrait of the American Gothic of the 90's.
  22. 25Criminal

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    Criminal by Ed Brubaker and Sean Philips. This comic series is a view on criminal fiction by one of the best comic book writers of that genre, among others. The plot shows interlacing stories of different characters that move around the shadows of a big city. 
  23. 26Batman: Year One

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    The ultimate story about the origin of Batman by Frank Miller and David Mazucchelli made in 1986. This new revision of the origin of one of the most seminal superheroes of all time has never been topped and shows the fantastic storytelling of both Miller and Mazzucchelli.

  24. 27Transmetropolitan

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    Welcome to the aberrant future of the late 21st century where postmodernism and relativism are now the main influence in the world. Spiderman Jerusalem is a reporter that comes back from his exile and working for the newspaper The Word, will denounce the absurdities, the fallacies, the lies, the corruption, and the extremism of the world.
  25. 28Superman: Red Son

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    Superman: Red Son is a graphic novel created by Mark Millar, Dave Johnson, and Killian Plunkett. In this take on the Superman origin story, the ship that carries who would become Superman arrives in the backdrop of the 1950s Soviet Union and ends up being raised in a collective.

  26. 29Essex County

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    Essex County is a story about characters. Those who live in Essex County. The masterwork of Jeff Lemire is one of the best slice-of-life comics ever written. 
  27. 30All-Star Superman

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    All-Star Superman is a graphic novel created by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely. It offers a new but still familiar take on the origin story of Superman. Witness how Clark Kent embraces his destiny by becoming the World's First Superhero.

  28. 31Fantastic Four: The Galactus Trilogy

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    Fantastic Four: The Galactus Trilogy is a collection of comic books by Warren Ellis and was released in 2009. It marks the introduction and arrival of one of the most powerful beings in the Marvel Universe, Galactus, together with his loyal herald, The Silver Surfer.

  29. 32The Incal

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    John Difool, a low-class detective in a degenerate dystopian world, finds his life turned upside down when he discovers an ancient, mystical artifact called "The Incal." Difool’s adventures will bring him into conflict with the galaxy’s greatest warrior, the Metabaron, and will pit him against the awesome powers of the Technopope. The Incal (French: L'Incal) is a French graphic novel series written by Alejandro Jodorowsky and originally illustrated by Jean Giraud.
  30. 33Batman: The Dark Knight Returns

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    Batman: The Dark Knight Returns is a graphic novel created by Frank Miller and Klaus Janson. An old and weathered Bruce Wayne must put on the cowl once again to save his city that sunk into chaos and decadence since his retirement.

  31. 34Bone

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    Bone is a fantasy comic book by Jeff Smith that is set in fantasy world that mixes Disney-like world with Lord of the Rings fantasy like. Thre little cousins from Boneville,  Fone Bone, Phoney Bone and Smiley Bone leave their city of Boneville to live fantastic adventures.
  32. 35Red Rackham's Treasure (The Adventures of Tintin)

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    Tintin and Captain Haddock set sail aboard the Sirius to find the sunken remains of the Unicorn ship and notorious pirate Red Rackham's treasure. Red Rackham's Treasure is the twelfth volume of The Adventures of Tintin, the comics series by Belgian cartoonist Hergé. 
  33. 36Asterix in Britain (Album #8)

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    Asterix in Britain is the eighth in the Asterix comic book series. It was written by René Goscinny and illustrated by Albert Uderzo and it tells the story of Asterix and Obelix's journey to Roman-occupied Britain.
  34. 37Blacksad

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    Blacksad is a comic album series created by Spanish authors Juan Díaz Canales (writer) and Juanjo Guarnido (artist), and published by French publisher Dargaud. The stories are set in late 1950s America, rendered in a film noir style. All of the characters are anthropomorphic animals whose species reflects their personality, character type and role in the story.
  35. 38Little Nemo

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    Little Nemo was the greatest comic strip of its day, created by American cartoonist Winsor McCay and published in the New York Herald (1905-11). But perhaps is the greatest comic of all time, acclaimed the world over for its artistic majesty, unbounded imaginationand groundbreaking techniques that helped define a new art form.
  36. 39Sandman

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    Sandman, the popular story of Morpheus, the god of sleep, by Neil Gaiman is an acclaimed comic book that has a lot of literary reminiscences. Morpheus is freed from his captivity and finds himself in a new situation in a different era and time, America in the 80s, where he must also deal with his family of immortals while acting in the dreams of the mankind. 
  37. 40Hellblazer: Dangerous Habits

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    Hellblazer: Dangerous Habits is a John Constantine saga written by Garth Ennis. John Constantine is the most famous detective of the occult, but when he is diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, the forces of evil will do anything to take his soul.
  38. 41Amazing Spider-Man Epic Collection: Kraven's Last Hunt

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    Amazing Spider-Man Epic Collection: Kraven's Last Hunt is a comic book written by Peter David and was published in 2017. The web-slinger faces off against Kraven the Hunter who will stop at nothing to prove that he is his greatest foe.

  39. 42Blankets

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    Blankets by Graig Thompson is one of the best coming of age stories on comic ever made. This autobiographical story tells the love story between Graig and his first love Raina, who fall in love during a winter Church Camp. Blankets won of two Eisner and three Harvey Awards, and is a portrait of adolescent yearning and growing up leaving the pain behind.
  40. 43Amazing Fantasy #15

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    Amazing Fantasy #15 is a comic book that was made by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko that was first released in 1962. This issue marks the debut of Spider-Man and the beginning of his story, from young Peter Park to the superhero that he eventually became.

  41. 44The Swamp Thing

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    The saga that made Alan Moore famous in the US comics industry. With this comic Alan Moore will show himself as a master of narrative in this comic from DC that is a mixture of horror, drama, political and ecologist matters and classic monsters stories.  

  42. 45The Invisibles

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    The Invisibles is one of the best comics by Grant Morrison, one of the new revolutionaries authors from the 80s and the 90s. This comic mixes magic, anarchism, psychism, secret societies, politics and outer gods in a story that follow the path of the Invisibles a secret group that fights against the physical and psychic oppression brought upon humanity by the interdimensional alien gods of the Archons of Outer Church
  43. 46Marvel's Civil War

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    Marvel's Civil War is a 2006 graphic novel by Mark Millar. Capitol Hill proposes the Super Hero Registration Act, requiring all costumed heroes to unmask themselves before the government. Divided, the nation's greatest champions must each decide how to react.
  44. 47X-Men: Days of Future Past

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    X-Men: Days of Future Past is a graphic novel comics written by Chris Claremont and John Byrne which tells the major events of the X-Men history since it started and formed in 1981 by Scott Summers also known as Cyclops. 

  45. 48Tintin in Tibet (The Adventures of Tintin)

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    Tintin in Tibet was written and illustrated by cartoonist Hergé in 1959. This fiction comic book is the 20th volume in Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin series. It is followed by The Castafiore Emerald.

  46. 49The Secret of the Unicorn (The Adventures of Tintin)

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    The Secret of the Unicorn was written and illustrated by cartoonist Hergé in 1943. This fiction comic book is the 11th volume of Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin series. It is preceded by The Shooting Star released in 1942.

  47. 50ElfQuest

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    ElfQuest is a fantasy, cult comic book by Wendy and Richard Pini published in 1978. This is an ongoing series that follows the story of a community of elves and other beings in their struggle to co-exist in a savage primitive world.

  48. 51Kull The Destroyer

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    Kull The Destroyer is a fantasy fiction comic book published in November 1973. This novel tells the brave tales of the mighty Kull the Conqueror created by Robert E. Howard.

  49. 52Superman: Secret Identity

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    Superman: Secret Identity is a graphic novel series originally published in 2004 by DC Comics. This comic book was written by Kurt Busiek and it was illustrated by artist Stuart Immonen. It is a four-volume series with 48 pages per release.

  50. 53The Book of Genesis Illustrated

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    The Book of Genesis Illustrated, a  Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards nominee, is a graphic illustration of all 50 chapters from the Book of Genesis. The graphic novel was published by  W. W. Norton & Company on October 19th, 2009. 

  51. 54Crab with Golden Claws (The Adventures of Tintin)

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    Crab with Golden Claws was written and illustrated by cartoonist Hergé in 1941. This fiction comic book belongs to Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin series. It is followed by The Shooting Star released in 1942.

  52. 55Tintin in America (The Adventures of Tintin)

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    Tintin in America was written and illustrated by cartoonist Hergé in 1932. This fiction comic book is the 3rd volume in Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin series. It is followed by Cigars of the Pharaoh released in 1934.

  53. 56Flight 714 to Sydney (The Adventures of Tintin)

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    Flight 714 to Sydney was written and illustrated by cartoonist Hergé in 1967. This fiction comic book is the 22nd volume in Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin series. It is followed by Tintin and the Picaros released in 1976.

  54. 57The Black Island (The Adventures of Tintin)

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    The Black Island was written and illustrated by cartoonist Hergé in 1938. This fiction comic book is the 7th volume in Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin series. It is preceded by The Broken Ear released in 1937.

  55. 58The Castafiore Emerald (The Adventures of Tintin)

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    The Castafiore Emerald was written and illustrated by cartoonist Hergé in 1962. This fiction comic book is the 21st volume in Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin series. It is preceded by Tintin in Tibet released in 1959.
  56. 59The Broken Ear (The Adventures of Tintin)

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    The Broken Ear was written and illustrated by cartoonist Hergé in 1937. This fiction comic book is the 6th volume in Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin series. It is preceded by The Blue Lotus in 1936.

  57. 60Wolverine: Weapon X

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    Wolverine: Weapon X is a graphic novel comics written by Barry Windsor-Smith which explains in detail how Wolverine got his adamantium skeleton wherein his memory was wiped. 
  58. 61Batman: Earth One

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    Batman: Earth One is graphic novel written by Geoff Johns and illustrated by artist Gary Frank and Brad Anderson. This comic book was originally published in July 2012 by DC Comics.

  59. 62Karna (Amar Chitra Katha)

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    Karna is a volume in the Amar Chitra Katha comic book series. It tells the story of the hero of the ancient Indian epic, Mahabharata, as he struggles to achieve a life deserving of his birthright as the son of Kunti.

  60. 63The Avengers: Korvac Saga

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    The Avengers: Korvac Saga by Roger Stern, Len Wein, Jim Shooter, and Bill Mantlo which centers on Korvac who travels to the 30th century intending to remake the world but the Avengers and Guardians of Galaxy are ready to defeat him. 

  61. 64Sati and Shiva (Amar Chitra Katha)

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    Sati and Shiva is a volume from the Amar Chitra Katha comic book series. It tells the story of two central characters in Indian mythology, the destroyer Shiva and the goddess of marital longevity, Sati.
  62. 65I Am a Cat: Three Volumes in One

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    I Am a Cat is Soseki Natsume's comic book satirizing the attitude of the Japanese upper middle-class during the Meiji era. Centered around a sardonic but witty stray cat, Soseki describes the folly of the people around him.
  63. 66The New Teen Titans Omnibus (Vol. 1)

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    The New Teen Titans Omnibus is a comic book written by Marv Wolfman and it was illustrated by artist George Perez. This graphic novel was first published in September 2011 by DC Comics.

57 comments

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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "A lot of people may come to this comic book from the movie version that came out a year or two ago. At risk of sounding like a cliche, I'd say that the book is far superior, definitely up there in the conversation about the greatest comic books of all time. The artwork is just fantastic, and the story, unlike a lot of character crossover narratives, actually advances the storylines for the major characters rather than presenting a minor diversion. In short: it's a fantastic comic book, and a must-read for fans of the Marvel universe."
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    Marvel's Civil War
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    Anonymous
    April 10, 2018
    "Well, Tintin is back, but this time in Australia! Herge delivers once again here, keeping us all in suspense as we follow the courageous reporter Tintin through the streets of Sydney. Who doesn't love comics? And this series, and book, is one of the best of all time! A true classic, the writing kept me spellbound and I couldn't put the book down. Actually, I couldn't put the series down! It's that good, the illustrations are marvelous and the storyline superb. Highly recommended for all readers and comic lovers everywhere!"
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    Flight 714 to Sydney (The Adventures of Tintin)
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "I was working 8am to 7pm shifts for the past few years and I wanted to make sure I spend time in the evening with my 9 year old twin son. I was looking for something exciting and magical to share with them while I read to them at night. I found this amazing set of comic books called Thorgal which is a fantastic story that allows children to use their imagination and view illustrations of a viking adventure. My sons absolutely love the story and keep begging me to acquire more comic books about Thorgal. Thank you Thorgal!!"
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    Thorgal
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    Anonymous
    April 5, 2018
    "No comic book collection is complete without the exploits of one of the most popular heroes, Wolverine. This comic is 152 pages of beautiful illustrations of Wolverine utterly destroying people. There's enough carnage in this comic book to satisfy even the most blood thirsty comic book viewer. This comic also shows the start of everything, how Logan initially gets infused by adamantium, which starts his journey to becoming the hero we all know and love. I highly recommend it if you're a comic book fan."
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    Wolverine: Weapon X
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    Anonymous
    March 31, 2017
    "Yes, I'm a comic nerd. I have a monthly comic book meeting with my friends. We discuss current comics as well as have a monthly topic to discuss. The last month was "what is the best comic book of all time?" There was a lot of discussion. After thinking a lot I thought I would see what people on Amazon think. Batman: The Long Halloween was one of the top rated comics on Amazon. It might not be the best of all time but it's right up there in the top."
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    Batman: The Long Halloween
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    Anonymous
    April 11, 2018
    "The Secret of the Unicorn (The Adventures of Tintin) is a classic and the story and writing allows readers of old and new to get drawn into the adventure. The story is well written and has beautiful drawings. Was published in June 30, 1974 and today still stands against the test of time with many versions of different languages were produced. The combination of treasure and danger and little bit of luck is a magnet that will draw most readers."
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    The Secret of the Unicorn (The Adventures of Tintin)
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "I love comic books, so I checked The Dark Knight Returns. I'm not a huge DC fan, so I figured the 30th anniversary edition would allow me to jump into the series from a fresh start, and it did. I still am not a big Batman fan even after reading it, though I do like the dark and gritty nature of the book. It certainly has stood the test of time to become one of the best books of all time."
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    Batman: The Dark Knight Returns
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "I love comic books and was looking for the best of all time. I didn't have to look any further once I started reading Kraven's Last Hunt. I love spider-man and couldn't stop once I picked it up. It has the action you expect from a Spider-Man comic with one of the best villains in the collection. Anyone that's looking for action and a great story line should pick this one up."
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    Amazing Spider-Man Epic Collection: Kraven's Last Hunt
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "This is an interesting mix of Disney with some LotR type elements. It doesn't always hit the mark, but it's interesting nonetheless. I personally think Disney did it better mixing with Square Enix properties (Kingdom Hearts), but the lore has gotten confusing over the years. Overall, it's ok; fantasy fans would like this more than just regular fans of Disney."
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    Bone
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "The Frank Miller Sin City collection that Amazon offers has everything I was looking for. It is a collection of his best work and at a great price. I can trust that I am getting a genuine, quality product because I trust Amazon to deliver. I was looking for one of the Sin City comics and instead found a whole collection which was a pleasant surprise indeed."
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    Sin City
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    Anonymous
    April 23, 2017
    "After recently getting into comic books, I decided to look for the best of the best. By searching this, I found "The Invisibles" as a result. I dropped nearly $90 to get this huge book full of comics, and after hours of sitting down with it, I fail to believe this is the best. It isn't as action packed or engaging as I thought it would be."
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    The Invisibles
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "As someone who is a big fan of oversized, gorgeous books, this one is the best. The story inside, even better. If you are a fan of any noir books such as Gotham Central, Daredevil, or Incognito, this book is right up your alley. Brubaker is at his best with his creator owned book and Sean Phillip's art is some of the best in the industry."
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    Criminal
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    Anonymous
    April 24, 2018
    "As I searched through some of my old possessions I came across my comic book collection. I had my little brother with me and showed him a lot of the classics. He then told me that his favorite of all time was The New Teen Titans Omnibus (Vol. 1). I felt sad knowing that he actually ranked that comic as the best of all time."
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    The New Teen Titans Omnibus (Vol. 1)
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    Anonymous
    April 10, 2017
    "When I think comic books I l think Spiderman, Batman, heck I even think of Archie and the gang (not that Riverdale TV show), I do not think of this comic. I know comics can be on any subject and don't require a superhero but how much better are they when they have a superhero??? This just didn't hold my interest at all."
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    Red Rackham's Treasure (The Adventures of Tintin)
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    Anonymous
    April 18, 2018
    "A classic for all ages! I read this book and thoroughly enjoyed the scenery and adventure involved in the story, but I also think that children would enjoy it. It's a great story and an easy read for people of all ages and I think that if you are looking for a relaxing and easy adventure comic this is up your alley."
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    The Black Island (The Adventures of Tintin)
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "If you like X-Men, you might very well think this is the best comic series. For everyone else, it's interesting, and it's an exciting series. Tastes are obviously subjective, so purchase this series with that in mind. I personally love X-Men, so I truly did think that this was one of the best comic book series."
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    The X-Men: The Dark Phoenix Saga
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    Anonymous
    May 21, 2017
    "For starts this isn't even a comic book. It doesn't even follow the typical comic book style and is a real story from a real person. As a comic book fan this does not fit into what I think a comic book should be. This book should have been done in another style that doesn't give comic books a bad name."
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    Maus
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "I have been collecting comic books since I'm ten years old. Most of what you find out there is the standard superhero fare. Y: The Last Man is something different. It's a completely self contained world created as a commentary on modern society making it one of the best comic books of all time."
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    Y: The Last Man
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "At over 7000 pages this is quite a daunting read to start but as you get engrossed in the imagery and story you realize you certainly made the right decision to take on this read. This Samurai epic is no doubt a landmark in the genre and one of the greatest comic books of all time."
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    Lone Wolf and Cub (Vol. 1)
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    Anonymous
    March 6, 2018
    "This is decent, and has that Stan Lee 70's feel, but it's a little to rehash-y for my tastes. It might have been better if the tagline on the cover didn't say "from the creator of Conan!" but the guy on the cover looks like, well, Conan. So, not bad, but felt like a cash grab."
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    Kull The Destroyer
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    Anonymous
    March 30, 2018
    "I'm a huge X-Men fan, so was excited to get my hands on this omnibus. I've read through it several times, and will likely read through it several more. If your only exposure to the X-Men is from the movies, get a copy of this ASAP to understand more of the story."
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    X-Men: Days of Future Past
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    Anonymous
    April 18, 2018
    "It is really hard to decide whether a comic book is the best of all times or not, but I would definitely put The Adventures of Tintin as a candidate. Maybe, I am acting like this because of this whole nostalgic thing, but Tintin is definitely a great character."
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    Crab with Golden Claws (The Adventures of Tintin)
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    Anonymous
    July 27, 2017
    "This comic book managed to change my whole view on the comic book world. A friend recommended this to me, and it was one of the most jarring but gripping narratives I've ever read. I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for a darker side of comics!"
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    Hellblazer: Dangerous Habits
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    Anonymous
    April 2, 2018
    "Karna (Amar Chitra Katha) is a good comic style children's book. I enjoyed reading it with my son. It is a true classic, with a good story and good lessons to be learned. I liked it, but I wouldn't rate it as one of my favorite comic style books ever."
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    Karna (Amar Chitra Katha)
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "This is one of the best comic books ever. The story is engaging (with a sci-fi twist). I would recommend this book to anyone that is wanting to delve into graphic novels/comic books. Just FYI, this isn't for kids. It's definitely a book for adults!"
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    Watchmen
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    Anonymous
    April 16, 2018
    "Tintin and Snowy are at it again in The Broken Ear. This had a lot of politics tossed in, which I thought would be boring, but it was one of the better books in the adventures series. The illustrations are my favorite part of the book!"
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    The Broken Ear (The Adventures of Tintin)
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "This is a great story to read for fun. I loved this story and that feeling is reflected in the mostly positive reviews from the Amazon link. Placing this book in the group of Best Comic Books is a good fit for this publication."
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    Blankets
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "This is a collection of fun comic strips, and it's very enjoyable. To me it's on par with Gary Larson. However, I was looking for more of a traditional comic book like from Marvel, and this more like the Sunday paper."
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    Little Nemo
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "I had a friend who asked me for some good comic book recommendations. I told him about Crisis On Infinite Earths and that he should really check it out. This was one of the best comic book series that I have ever read."
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    Crisis On Infinite Earths
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "Astro City may not be the normal comic book you think of when you usually think of the best comic books of all time, but it is a timeless classic. The story is great and engaging. It really helped to define the genre."
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    Astro City
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "I read comic books sometimes. When I do I try to read the best ones. Today I picked up Ghost World. I liked it but it left a little to be desired. I think woman comic readers would like it a lot more than I did."
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    Ghost World
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "If you are an avid Superman fan like I am then Red Son is going to make your day. Mark Miller never fails to deliver the best story lines. Do I need to say more? Just go get the comic now and thank me later!"
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    Superman: Red Son
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    Anonymous
    August 17, 2017
    "Kingdom Come is THE superman story. If you are looking for Superman actually being a Super Man in through and deed as well as in muscle and prowess, then Kingdom Come satisfies that need fully."
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    Kingdom Come
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "This solution is indeed a bad solution to the topic. I have never heard of this comic book and I like comic books. Majority of the time the most popular and famous of all times is a super hero."
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    Black Hole
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    Anonymous
    March 31, 2018
    "If you love avengers and all the characters this is a hit. It covers all the avengers like Thor, captain America, Wonder Woman, and guardians of the galaxy. Is great for anyone and all ages."
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    The Avengers: Korvac Saga
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    Anonymous
    February 19, 2018
    "I dont know that I would call it the best but really who does not like a cat that comments on humans and their faults. Art is classic Japanese, and I love that all 3 volumes are in 1."
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    I Am a Cat: Three Volumes in One
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    Anonymous
    October 2, 2017
    "This was one of the best fictional accounts of Jack the Ripper that I've read. I felt like I was in London at the time of the murders and it help me in suspense until the very end."
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    From Hell
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "These aren't bad, in fact they're good. Though many people would argue that manga aren't what people are looking for when searching for comics. Although if it is, give it a try."
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    Vagabond
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "Anyone who knows comics can tell you that Batman is one of the most iconic heroes of all time. One of his best books was Year One when Frank Miller was the lead writer."
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    Batman: Year One
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "AKIRA has been around for as long as I can remember. It's one of the most iconic Japanese mangas there is and worth checking out. You can't go wrong with AKIRA imo."
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    AKIRA
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    Anonymous
    January 27, 2017
    "The Swamp Thing is a great comic book. This saga is by Alan Moore who knows how to blend monsters with political and ecological matters in the most interesting way."
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    The Swamp Thing
  • #42
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "This is a really fun book! It's more of a story picture book than a comic book though, and yes those are two different things. I read this to my kids all the time."
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    Asterix in Britain (Album #8)
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    Anonymous
    March 29, 2018
    "This book tells the story of creation, if you want to learn about adam and eve, the serpent and how they disobeyed God and left heaven, I strongly recommend it"
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    The Book of Genesis Illustrated
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    Anonymous
    June 13, 2017
    "Daredevil was always my favorite comic book character. Daredevil: Born Again is a one of the best in the series. A must have for any comic collector."
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    Daredevil: Born Again
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    Anonymous
    April 21, 2018
    "Another Tintin novel, this really brings me back to happy days as a child. I loved each and every one of the Tintin books! I'd grab it at $12.01!!!"
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    The Castafiore Emerald (The Adventures of Tintin)
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "I wantd the best comic books of all time, and found out about Astro Boy. Its a great story about a boy robot dating back to the 1950's, I love it."
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    Astro Boy
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    Anonymous
    April 4, 2017
    "I will fight you! I can't argue that this wasn't a good run and introduced Harley Quinn, who is way too popular for her own good now."
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    Batman Adventures: Mad Love
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "Blacksad is one of the best comic books of all times. It was published by a French man and the stories are from the 1950's."
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    Blacksad
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    Anonymous
    May 2, 2017
    "This Spider Man comic is one of the best. It's a classic that I could read over and over again and never get bored of!"
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    Amazing Fantasy #15
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    Anonymous
    February 22, 2017
    "I really enjoyed this book. It is an incredible example of an adult comic that blends fantasy, violence, and politics."
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    The Incal
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "I'm not familiar with this comic book, but it does appear to have good reviews. I'd say it's worth a shot."
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    David Boring
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    Anonymous
    January 19, 2017
    "This is one of the best graphic novels to sit down and immerse your self in. I could not put it down."
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    Sandman
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    Anonymous
    April 13, 2018
    "I'm a Batman fan and this was a good comic to read. Read this if you're a fan of this DC hero."
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    Batman: Earth One
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    Anonymous
    March 2, 2018
    "This is not where I would refer to as far as best comics. There are a ton more better."
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    ElfQuest
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "This is only one comic book and may not be the best."
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    Essex County
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    Anonymous
    April 15, 2018
    "This comic book must liked by the children."
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    Tintin in Tibet (The Adventures of Tintin)
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    Anonymous
    May 1, 2018
    "a classic homage to Sups"
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    Superman: Secret Identity
This list is about What are the best comic books of all times
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1SpiritBooks 95 Paid
2MausBooks 89 Paid
3Y: The Last ManBooks 86 Paid
4The Life and Death of Fritz the CatBooks 86 Paid
5Jimmy Corrigan: The smartest kid on EarthBooks 83 Paid
6Kingdom ComeBooks 81 Paid
7Black HoleBooks 79 Paid
8Batman: The Long HalloweenBooks 77 Paid
9Crisis On Infinite EarthsBooks 77 Paid
10WatchmenBooks 75 Paid
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