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What are the best DC Comics of all time?

Despite being rivals in the industry both Marvel Comics and DC Comics are just two pieces in a pod. Marvel may have more popularity on the big screen with the MCU, but DC has animated movies down to a science. When it comes to comics though, it can go either way and all boils down to personal preference. For now, though, we would like to focus our attention on the DC side of things. There are plenty of amazing DC comics to read and superheroes to know about. With that said, we would like to present to you our list of some of the best DC comics of all time. Have a look below and start reading. Tell us what you thought and which one was your favorite!

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  1. 1Batman: Year One

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    Batman: Year One is truly one of the best DC comics of all time and serves as the ultimate origin story for Batman. It was created by Frank Miller and David Mazucchelli back in 1986. It chronicles Batman's first year as the Caped Crusader and the start of his crime-fighting career.

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  1. 2Kingdom Come

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    The new and the old clash together in one of the best DC comic book stories of all time. Set in the Elseworlds era, the story is set in the future when a new breed of superhero runs the show. The unique brand of justice leaves the world in disarray and calls for the superheroes of all to step in.

  2. 3Batman: The Dark Knight Returns

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    Batman: Year One served as the definitive origin story for the Caped Crusader. This comic book chronicles a future where Batman has retired. With Gotham plunged into chaos and violence, Bruce Wayne must yet again put on the cowl to save his city. It's one of the best DC comics of all time that any Batman fan should read.

  1. 4All-Star Superman

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    Superman is DC Comics' first-ever superhero, appearing in the first issue of Action Comics. There have been countless stories about the Man of Steel over the years. All-Star Superman is a truly unique entry and sets itself apart as one of the best DC comics of all time and of Superman's as well.

  2. 5Crisis On Infinite Earths

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    It can be argued that Crisis on Infinite Earths could be considered as one of the best DC comics of all time due in no small part to its scale. It took an impossibly large number of superheroes and built a cohesive story around them. This is across multiple dimensions and realities involved. Take that, The Infinity Gauntlet.

  3. 6Batman: The Killing Joke

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    Alan Moore and Brian Bolland brought us in 1988 a revisitation of the Joker's origin in one of the most remembered graphic novels of the character. In the Killing Joke, Moore shows us Joker like a psychopath with no remorse and salvation. 

  4. 7JLA: The Tower of Babel

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    This comic by Mark Waid tells the story of Batman's enemy, Ra's al Gul continues with his quest of decimating human population to save the Earth from overpopulation. The JLA will try to confront him and his plot to divide the Justice League. 

  5. 8Green Lantern: The Siniestro Corps War

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    The Siniestro Corp Wars tells the story of the former Hal Jordan mentor, Siniestro, gathering a force of supervillains from all the galaxy destined to end with the Green Lantern Corps. 

  6. 9Batman and the Outsiders

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    Batman needs to operate outside the rules, but sometimes this is impossible with the means of the JLA. Now he recruits a band of heroes that are committed to working under the rules to help him to fight against the worst criminals in the street.

  7. 10Wonder Woman: Eyes of the Gorgon

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    Greg Rucka's Wonder Woman continues exploring the mythic origin of the character and her relationship with mythology. Wonder Woman will face the terrifying Gorgon Medusa in an epic battle.

  8. 11The Flash: The Return of Barry Allen

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    The Return of Barry Allen by Mark Waid made The Flash comics great again renovating the origin of the character and setting a new Flashverse tone and structure where the new character could develop with a deepness and maturity never seen before. 

  9. 12The Flash: Rebirth

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    Barry Allen has returned from the dead, in this epic series by Geoff Johns, to reclaim the Fastest Man Alive title. Geoff Johns explores the Speedsterverse and the Time Travel terms in the DC Universe in of the most remembered sagas of The Flash.

  10. 13The New Teen Titans: The Judas Contract

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    The Teen Titans was the answer by DC to Marvel's X-Men, the most popular comic book in the 80s. For this, DC hired Marv Wolfman and George Perez, two of the best creators of the time for a new series that became one of the most popular comics of DC. The JudasContract saga was a game changer that broughth us the retirement of Kid Flash and Robin and the birth of Nightwing.

  11. 14Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow

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    Alan Moore and iconic classic author Curt Swan brought us in 1986 the ultimate story about Superman and Lex Luthor his main enemy, but also we'll find Superman against Brainiac and other foes and villains, in a story that shows how Alan Moore sees the superhero universe. 

  12. 15Batman: Arkham Asylum

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    Arkham Asylum by Grant Morrison and illustrator Dave Mackean is an interesting reflection about madness and the boundaries between superheroes and supervillains. Batman is forced to enter Arkham Asylum when the inmates take control of the sanitarium and want Batman to be exchanged with the innocent workers and doctors. There, he must face his inner demons while fighting Joker, The Penguin and other supervillains. 

  13. 16Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters

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    Green Arrow or Oliver Queen, leaves Star City and moves to Seattle to start a new life with Dinah Lance, but unexpectedly appears Shado a mysterious archer making him back to superhero life. This comic by Mike Grell sets a new standard for the green archer of DC, making Green Arrow a comic with a mature and adult component. 

  14. 17The 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.  

  15. 18Superman: The Man of Steel

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    Superman: The Man of Steel was the treatment that John Byrne gave to the iconic character when he left Marvel to join DC. In this remarkable saga, Byrne explores the relationship between Superman and Lois, Superman and Luthor, Superman and Batman, with a modern and adult touch,  while fighting and confronting menaces like Brainiac, Bizarro and Magpie.  

  16. 19Animal Man: The Coyote Gospel

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    Animal Man was the first work of a young Grant Morrison for DC. The character was hidden among the DC characters from the past and Morrison bring him back to live with a new identity and background, but what made this comic popular was the saga about the Coyote called The Coyote Gospel, in which Morrison explores the boundaries of fictions, creations, spiritual enlightenment and God. 

  17. 20Shazam! Power of Hope

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    Shazam! Power of Hope is a Sequential Art, DC Comics, Graphic Novel written by Paul Dini and Alex Ross. It was published December 1, 2000 by DC Comics.

  18. 21Identity Crisis

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    Identity Crisis is a seven-issue comic book limited series published by DC Comics.  When the spouse of a JLA member is brutally murdered, the entire superhero community searches for the killer, fearing their own loved ones may be the next targets.

  19. 22Superman: 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.

  20. 23The Legion of Super-Heroes: The Great Darkness Saga

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    Darkseid, the god like figure of DC Universe, emerges in the 30th century, where The Legion of Superheroes will try to confront him. Darkseid will use his minions to get the mystic artefacts of time gaining control of a race of 3 billion of superhuman beings. 

  21. 24Detective Comics (1937-2011) #751

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    Detective Comics (1937-2011) #751 is a Sequential Art, DC Comics written by Jordan Gorfinkel, Greg Rucka and illustrated by Jeff Johnson , Shawn Martinbrough. It was published May 1, 2013 by DC.

  22. 25Batman: 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.

  23. 26Convergence: Nightwing/Oracle (2015) #1

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    Convergence: Nightwing/Oracle (2015) #1 is a Sequential Art, DC Comics written by Gail Simone. It was published in the year 2015 by DC Comics.

  24. 27Superman/Shazam!: First Thunder

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    Superman/Shazam!: First Thunder is a Sequential Art, DC Comics, Graphic Novel written by Judd Winick and Josh Middleton. It was published May 1, 2006 by DC Comics.

  25. 28JSA: Stealing Thunder - Book 05 (JSA (Justice Society of America)

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    JSA: Stealing Thunder - Book 05 (JSA (Justice Society of America) is a Sequential Art, DC Comics, Graphic Novel written by David S. Goyer and Geoff Johns. It was published October 1, 2003 by DC Comics.

  26. 29Birds of Prey Vol. 1: Trouble in Mind (The New 52)

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    Birds of Prey Vol. 1: Trouble in Mind (The New 52) is a Sequential Art, DC Comics written by Duane Swierczynski and illustrated by Jesus Saiz, Javier Pina. It was published September 18, 2012 by DC Comics.

  27. 30Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman Vol. 1

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    Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman Vol. 1 is a Sequential Art, DC Comics written by Gail Simone and illustrated by Ethan Van Sciver. It was published April 14, 2015 by DC Comics.

  28. 31Batman: Poison Ivy

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    Batman: Poison Ivy is a comic book series written by John Francis Moore. Published in 1997 by DC Comics, Batman: Poison Ivy is illustrated by Brian Apthorp and Stan Woch. Pamela Isley/Poison Ivy guest stars in this Batman comic series.

  29. 32Batgirl: Stephanie Brown Vol. 1

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    Batgirl: Stephanie Brown Vol. 1 is a Sequential Art, DC Comics written by Bryan Q. Miller and illustrated by Lee Garbett. It was published Agust 22, 2017 by DC Comics.

  30. 33Batgirl And The Birds Of Prey Vol. 1: Who Is Oracle? (Rebirth)

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    Batgirl And The Birds Of Prey Vol. 1: Who Is Oracle? (Rebirth) is a Sequential Art, DC Comics written by Shawna Benson, Julie Benson and illustrated by Claire Roe. It was published April 11, 2017 by DC Comics.

  31. 34Batgirl Vol. 1: Silent Knight

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    Batgirl Vol. 1: Silent Knight is a Sequential Art, DC Comics written by Kelley Puckett, Scott Peterson and illustrated by Damian Scott. It was published January 26, 2016 by DC Comics.

  32. 35Superman: Earth One

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    Superman: Earth One is a graphic novel series originally published in October 2010. This comic book was written by J. Michael Straczynski and it was illustrated by Shane Davis and Ardian Syaf. It features DC superhero - Superman.
  33. 36JSA: Black Reign

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    JSA: Black Reign is a Sequential Art, DC Comics, Graphic Novel written by Geoff Johns, Don Kramer and Rags Morales. It was published July 22, 2005 by DC Comics.

  34. 37Showcase Presents: Shazam!

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    Showcase Presents: Shazam! is a Sequential Art, DC Comics, Graphic Novel written by Denny O'Neil, E. Nelson Bridwell et al. It was published December 6, 2006 by DC Comics.

  35. 38JLA (Book 5): Justice for All

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    JLA (Book 5): Justice for All is a Sequential Art, DC Comics, Graphic Novel written by Grant Morrison. It was published December 1, 1997 by DC Comics.

  36. 39Underworld Unleashed

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    Underworld Unleashed is a Sequential Art, DC Comics, Graphic Novel written by Scott Peterson and Mark Waid. It was published April 1, 1998 by DC Comics.

  37. 40Detective Comics (1937-2011) #752

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    Detective Comics (1937-2011) #752 is a Sequential Art, Action, DC Comics written by Greg Rucka and illustrated by Shawn Martinbrough. It was published January 2001 by DC.

  38. 41Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman Vol. 3

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    Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman Vol. 3 is a Sequential Art, Action, DC Comics written by Adam Beechen, Barbara Kesel and Illustrated by Carla McNeil. It was published May 17, 2016 by DC Comics.

  39. 42Black Canary/Oracle/ Huntress: Birds of Prey

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    Black Canary/Oracle/ Huntress: Birds of Prey is a Sequential Art, DC Comics written by Chuck Dixon and illustrated by Jordan B. Gorfinkle et al. It was published February 1, 1999 by DC comics.

  40. 43Superman: Brainiac

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    Superman: Brainiac is an action comic book written by Geoff Johns and illustrated by Gary Frank. This graphic novel series was published from August to December 2008. It has an animated version entitled Superman: Unbound. 

  41. 44World Without a Superman

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    World Without a Superman is an action comic book written and illustrated by Dan Jurgens which was originally published in 1993. This graphic novel was followed by The Return of Superman published in the same year.

  42. 45Power of Shazam

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    Power of Shazam is a Sequential Art, DC Comics, Graphic Novel written by Jerry Ordway. It was published May 1, 1995 by DC Comics.

  43. 46Batgirl Vol. 1: The Darkest Reflection (The New 52)

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    Batgirl Vol. 1: The Darkest Reflection (The New 52) is a Sequential Art, DC Comics written by Gail Simone and illustrated by Ardian Syaf. It was published July 17, 2012 by DC Comics.

  44. 47Birds of Prey Vol. 1: Endrun

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    Birds of Prey Vol. 1: Endrun is a Sequential Art, DC Comics written by Gail Simone and illustrated by Ed Benes, Adriana Melo. It was published May 17, 2011 by DC Comics.
  45. 48Prez

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    Prez: The First Teen President is a DC comic book created by Joe Simon and Ed Brubaker. This alternate history fiction is first published in 2016 by DC Comics. 

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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "With DC Comics having a huge and storied history, it can definitely be difficult to choose the best comic they've ever released. However, JLA: The Tower of Babel is my favorite. The JLA series as a whole is outstanding, but the plot of The Tower of Babel really stands out. All of the heroes feel like their truest selves here. Plus, Mark Waid is one of my favorite CB artists today--his art has nods to both the modern style and the past/traditional, and it's awesome. I'd highly recommend this comic to any DC fans as the best."
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    JLA: The Tower of Babel
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "Naaahhh. I love DC Comics and am a fan of the genre, definitely, but this particular one left me cold. Worse than that actually, it irritated me to no end. It might be the goofy bad guys which seem to be so similar in their outlandishness. It might also be the lack of originality and fantasy of the whole endeavor. I felt this one had been totally phoned in - and it was really disappointing. Read only if you are a hardcore Batman type of person, otherwise, spare yourself the boredom."
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    Batman and the Outsiders
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    Anonymous
    May 7, 2018
    "I am not knowledgeable about comics so it is hard for me to give an authoritative answer; however, I imagine that a far more iconic superhero would be the best solution, not Batgirl. Maybe this has the best writing or something, I don't know, but it doesn't have that many reviews and I imagine Batman or some other DC superhero (I don't know which ones are DC so I can't say) would be a far better solution."
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    Batgirl Vol. 1: Silent Knight
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    Anonymous
    January 14, 2017
    "Red Son is a fantastic and unusual comic. An alternative reality in which Superman landed in the Soviet Union, there is no "truth, justice, and the American way" in this series. Instead, Superman becomes a symbol and a hero of the Soviet Union, and conflicts with American heroes in response. This is a unique and fascinating look into history and culture, and is a must-read for any comic fan."
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    Superman: Red Son
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    Anonymous
    March 25, 2017
    "This hit is a little too specific for me. I'm looking for the best DC Comics of all time, and I got a solution to go to one specific issue of Green Arrow, which is not what I would expect to be the "BEST" of DC Comics. I would be more interested in a review or collection of DC Comics, or at least one of their more well known and beloved characters like Batman or Justice League."
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    Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters
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    Anonymous
    May 2, 2018
    "Most DC comics that are very popular and the very bests are the more grounded and dark ones to be honest with you, this does not seem to be very dark and grounded, but as a huge DC fan, I always prefer DC characters than Marvel if you want to compare it but that is just me. I would still say this is not one of the best of all time since most Batman comics are the best ones."
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    Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman Vol. 3
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    Anonymous
    March 12, 2017
    "I couldn't have been happier when I received Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow! This was a book I was dying to get and finally placed the order. I have been anxious to not only read all the different stories but also this final adventure that the book is about. Although this is not the best DC comic of all time, it sure is close!"
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    Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow
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    Anonymous
    April 13, 2017
    "Comic books are my life! DC comics are by far my favorite, in particular their Batman series. I loved the Batman movie trilogy and wanted to find the inspiration for them. After a long search I found the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns comic and was blown away. This comic is so good! If you have not read this comic you are truly missing out."
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    Batman: The Dark Knight Returns
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "I decided to purchase this as I was interested in some comic books. I am glad I did because this was a very satisfying read. For the most part, the price of this comic was very worth it, and I would recommend it to anyone who is a fan of Alan Moore's other work. We also really see the Joker in a way quite like we've never seen before."
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    Batman: The Killing Joke
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "Not necessarily one of the best DC comics of all time, but is a storyline that will interest fans of Superman, obviously one of DC's most popular characters, as it follows a journey that is a throw-back to other Superman stories involving a collection of other familiar faces. Yet another origin story albeit a well-done one."
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    All-Star Superman
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    Anonymous
    February 3, 2017
    "I know I'm in the minority here, but I'm getting burnt out on the cliche return from the dead storyline in popular comics. This has been going on since I was a kid, and as an adult many of these books feel like a money grab. I was always more of a Marvel fan, but they are probably even more guilty of this practice than DC."
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    The Flash: Rebirth
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    Anonymous
    June 12, 2017
    "I tried to like this but the whole premise was very cheesy. If you are old enough to remember the Ill fated series "manimal" from the 80's, you would have an idea of how this comic will turn out before even reading it. I live to give every superhero comic a chance, but i had a hard time finishing this one."
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    Animal Man: The Coyote Gospel
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    Anonymous
    May 13, 2018
    "I'm a huge fan of DC comics and I knew that I had to give Detective Comics (1937-2011) #752 a read after reading the previous comic in the series. This specific comic has some very interesting event's take place that change the DC universe for good. I found the illustrations to be exceptional as always as well."
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    Detective Comics (1937-2011) #752
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "As a huge DC Fan I was recently looking for a great read and found Wonder Woman: Eyes of the Gorgon. It absolutely did not dissapoint! It shows an interesting aspect of Wonder Woman's story that often times is not shown mainstream so I would highly recommend it for any DC fan who has not seen it as of yet."
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    Wonder Woman: Eyes of the Gorgon
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    Anonymous
    May 6, 2018
    "This comic doesn't have that many reviews and it's been out for almost two years so to call this the "best" seems to be a stretch. However it is a DC comic and the few reviews it does have claim it's at least average, if not better than, so it might not belong on a "best" list but is definitely a DC comic."
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    Prez
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    Anonymous
    May 7, 2018
    "Wonder Woman is one of the best known (and best liked) DC characters. Especially after the popularity of the recent movie, I'm glad to see her character coming back into the mainstream. This issue was part of DC's relaunch of their franchises, and it was one of the best results of the New 52 plan."
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    Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman Vol. 1
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    Anonymous
    May 14, 2018
    "Convergence: Nightwing/Oracle (2015) #1 is a great DC comic for fans and new people. It is one of the best ones they have ever produced. It stands up to the bigger DC properties while featuring two characters in Nightwing and Oracle who rarely get much love in the universe. Easily recommended."
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    Convergence: Nightwing/Oracle (2015) #1
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    Anonymous
    May 11, 2018
    "If you follow superheroes then JLA (Book 5): Justice for All is perfect for you. It included all of the the usual suspects you ould expect to have like Superman and Batman. Read about they overcome the sinister evil forces in our society. The classic superhero vs evil story is brought to life"
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    JLA (Book 5): Justice for All
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "This comic book is definitely one of the best. It has awesome illustrations, a really great story that follows the Dark Knight Returns, and is a New York Times bestseller for a reason. If you're a comic book fan, or even just a Batman fan, this is a comic book you need to see."
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    Batman: Year One
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    Anonymous
    February 5, 2017
    "This is a crossover event done right and what all DC comics should strive to be when they want to do a big event. It's both a great starting point for anyone interested in diving deep into the DC universe or a classic must-read for anyone who considers themselves a fan."
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    Crisis On Infinite Earths
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    Anonymous
    August 1, 2017
    "Check out The Swamp Thing by Alan Moore. It is a very good read and I think you will highly enjoy it. I have read it in the past and I liked it, plus I like a lot of DC comics too, so if you are like me then I bet you will enjoy this one too. Check it out."
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    The Swamp Thing
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    Anonymous
    January 16, 2017
    "Definitely one of the darker takes on Superman, if you're looking for a heroic take on the character, don't get this tale. It's not "mature", it's dark for the sake of being dark. Superman was always a tale of heroism and bravery. Now it's just violent."
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    Superman: The Man of Steel
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    Anonymous
    November 18, 2017
    "Identity Crisis is the short run series written by the popular author Brad Meltzer. After the murder of one of their own spouses, the Justice League joins together to find the killer. Check out this series to see what happens during their search."
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    Identity Crisis
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    Anonymous
    May 7, 2018
    "The best DC Comics af all time include "Batgirl: Stephanie Brown Vol. 1", which was published August 22, 2017. Boasting an average customer rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 5 Amazon reviews, I would strongly recommend this comic."
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    Batgirl: Stephanie Brown Vol. 1
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    Anonymous
    March 26, 2017
    "This is a great new twist on DC comics. It pits classic characters against a new breed of heroes. The writing is good and the story pulls you in. I still root for the classic heroes, but you don't know who will win in this struggle."
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    Kingdom Come
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    Anonymous
    April 22, 2018
    "Superman: Earth One is a comic book that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. It was originally published in 2010. This comic was illustrated by Shane Davis and Ardian Syaf and features the great Superman."
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    Superman: Earth One
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "I was looking for a new comic book series and a friend told me about The New Teen Titans: The Judas Contract. I read through the first couple of chapters and decided that I would not be finishing this one."
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    The New Teen Titans: The Judas Contract
  • #28
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    Anonymous
    May 14, 2018
    "Birds of Prey Vol. 1: Trouble in Mind (The New 52) is a Sequential Art, DC Comics written by Duane Swierczynski and illustrated by Jesus Saiz, Javier Pina. It was published September 18, 2012 by DC Comics."
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    Birds of Prey Vol. 1: Trouble in Mind (The New 52)
  • #29
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    Anonymous
    February 16, 2017
    "This is a really good graphic novel that mixes some awesome things. The story itself is great, but the artwork is very unique as well. It also offers lots of reading compared to other graphic novels."
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    Batman: Arkham Asylum
  • #30
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    Anonymous
    May 9, 2018
    "A nice addition to the Birds of Prey series. Some of the storylines can get a bit convoluted, but overall I would recommend this book to others. The characters are fun and exciting to read about."
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    Black Canary/Oracle/ Huntress: Birds of Prey
  • #31
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    Anonymous
    May 15, 2018
    "JSA: Black Reign is one of the best worth-reading thick books. My son read it over and over and couldn't get tired of it. It's one of those books that live in one's mind even when they grow old."
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    JSA: Black Reign
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    Anonymous
    May 8, 2018
    "I wouldn't coin this as one of the best DC comics of all time, but it's always interesting seeing Barb in a new series, and I have to say I liked this one. Looking forward to getting the rest."
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    Batgirl And The Birds Of Prey Vol. 1: Who Is Oracle? (Rebirth)
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    Anonymous
    May 8, 2018
    "Underworld Unleashed is a fictional comic book created by Scott Peterson and Mark Ward. The story involves a entity named Neron who collect souls from worldly villains who wants power."
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    Underworld Unleashed
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    Anonymous
    September 29, 2017
    "There is a lot of plot in this single novel. This was recommended to me by a friend and I have not been able to put it down since I picked it up. Very very intriguing and suspenseful."
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    Green Lantern: The Siniestro Corps War
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    Anonymous
    May 5, 2018
    "Ah, no. In order to throw this up there, you have to get rid of Superman, Sinestro, Batman, etc. This isn't even in the same conversation. Step aside BoP, you are an amateur."
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    Birds of Prey Vol. 1: Endrun
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    Anonymous
    May 12, 2018
    "This volume has kept me interested in the Batgirl saga. I will more than likely continue the series as it comes out. I'm a big fan of the illustrator, fantastic art."
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    Batgirl Vol. 1: The Darkest Reflection (The New 52)
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    Anonymous
    May 9, 2018
    "This is one of the best DC comics of all time, a throwback to the golden era of comic books! It is illustrated by the legendary Jeff Johnson and Shawn Martinbrough."
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    Detective Comics (1937-2011) #751
  • #38
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    Anonymous
    May 16, 2018
    "Power of Shazam was one of the best DC comics of all times. My dad loves reading comics, and he said this one was great. He has kept this one in the package."
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    45
    Power of Shazam
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    Anonymous
    May 10, 2018
    "DC Comics has created another great read! I read a little bit of this with a friend and like it enough to buy my own copy. I would by it again and again ."
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    JSA: Stealing Thunder - Book 05 (JSA (Justice Society of America)
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    Anonymous
    May 14, 2018
    "Batman: Poison Ivy is a comic series featuring the popular character, Poison Ivy. It's a great choice for fans of the character."
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    Batman: Poison Ivy
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    Anonymous
    March 20, 2017
    "The Flash is a real classic and one of the best. It was easy to read and really easy to enjoy. I highly recommend it!"
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    The Flash: The Return of Barry Allen
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    Anonymous
    October 17, 2017
    "These comics are the best. They are set in the future. It is quite a shock. Wonderful read for sure."
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    The Legion of Super-Heroes: The Great Darkness Saga
  • #43
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    Anonymous
    April 14, 2018
    "Can't go wrong with anything Batman! Looks like a true collectors item."
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    Batman: Earth One
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    Anonymous
    May 17, 2018
    "Amazing images! Amazing story line. Marvel comics have done it again."
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    27
    Superman/Shazam!: First Thunder
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    Anonymous
    May 1, 2018
    "This comic book must be enjoyed by the children."
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    World Without a Superman
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    Anonymous
    April 22, 2018
    "a classic comic and a classic villain"
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    Superman: Brainiac
This list is about What are the best DC Comics of all time
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1Batman: Year OneBooks 49 Paid
2Kingdom ComeBooks 48 Paid
3Batman: The Dark Knight ReturnsBooks 47 Paid
4All-Star SupermanBooks 45 Paid
5Crisis On Infinite EarthsBooks 37 Paid
6Batman: The Killing JokeBooks 36 Paid
7JLA: The Tower of Babel Books 31 Paid
8Green Lantern: The Siniestro Corps WarBooks 29 Paid
9Batman and the OutsidersBooks 29 Paid
10Wonder Woman: Eyes of the GorgonBooks 29 Paid
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