|1 ||Neal Adams|
|Watchmen glaring omission I meant. Also, Neal Adams' run of Green Lantern/Green Arrow or Avenger's should be there, the GL/GA for its importance at the very least. Or something pre 1980s
Posted by Moonleight on Friday October 19, 2012, 00:21
|2 ||Swamp Thing Miracleman & Daredevil|
|No Swamp Thing (Moore or Veitch) is just a glaring admission. Miracleman and probably V for Vendetta as well. Frank Miller's Daredevil should be there instead of Batman: year One. Same for the Authority instead of Planetary and Kingdom Come instead of Superman: Red Son. Watchmen, Fables and Powers should be higher. D.R. and Quinch would be nice for funiest comic ever. Rising Stars should not even sniff this list let alone be #3. More|
Posted by Moonleight on Thursday October 18, 2012, 19:14
|3 ||no concrete|
|You didnt include Concrete or American Flagg.. Sorry its not a complete list without them More|
Posted by vmordoh on Monday May 7, 2012, 02:53
|4 || Hellblazer?|
| No Hellblazer? You must be freakin' kidding! Also surprised with the omission of V for Vendetta or The Swamp Thing! Still a good list nonethless. I've read 2/3 of the materials cited, but will definetely check out Planetary, Palestine and Powers (a lot of P's!). More|
Posted by Nexus Wookie on Monday April 23, 2012, 19:43
|5 ||More comics yo MUST read!|
|Matk Millar's Wanted and James' O'Barrs The Crow.
And Millar and Steve McNievens Civil War. More|
Posted by CambiMan on Monday December 26, 2011, 23:30
|6 ||i hate it here|
|this list lacks transmetropolitan, planet hulk, the civil war, green lantern: rebirth, dredd, the boys, spawn and a bunch of other stuff that deserves it far mare than a lot of what turned up More|
Posted by figgamusprime on Tuesday November 29, 2011, 21:15
|7 || RE: Drokk!|
| OK, I found it.
thanks Bing More|
Posted by Cinetalk on Wednesday January 12, 2011, 11:00
|8 || RE: Drokk!|
| What happened to this Article? The link doesnt work More|
Posted by Cinetalk on Wednesday January 12, 2011, 10:58
|9 || RE: Drokk!|
| Except maybe...
Should also be noted that he's one of the very few characters who actually ages, with a consistent method.
Posted by Invader_Ace on Sunday January 2, 2011, 20:03
|10 || RE: Drokk!|
| L: MattJW
The absence of any 2000 AD stuff - in particular Judge Dredd - is an unforgivable oversight. Britain's greatest comic and most iconic character.... ignored!
Unbelievable. Ten years in the iso-cubes for Empire!
would you suggest?
I have read some Dredd in the past (mainly the Batman crossovers) but I can't reason to include him on this list. He may be a good character but there have been no epic storylines that stand out.
Posted by DJ Satan on Sunday January 2, 2011, 16:48
|The absence of any 2000 AD stuff - in particular Judge Dredd - is an unforgivable oversight. Britain's greatest comic and most iconic character.... ignored!
Unbelievable. Ten years in the iso-cubes for Empire! More|
Posted by MattJW on Sunday January 2, 2011, 15:14
|I recently started reading this space opera and since no one has mentioned it here I feel I should recommend this French comic book. A friend of mine described it as that which Avatar should have been and although there doesn't seem to be any intentional connection between the two it is kind of interesting that the main character is called Nävis. More|
Posted by Metalion on Monday December 13, 2010, 13:29
|13 || RE: RE:|
| Suprised no Crisis On Infinate Earths or BatMans The Killing Joke.
Also would've liked to see Mark Millars Ultimates or his Wolverine run Old Man Logan or Morrisons Animal Man to name but a few. More|
Posted by Wild about Wilder on Tuesday December 7, 2010, 14:26
|14 || RE:|
| and Steve Dillon was not involved Punisher Max. Fix it. and if you want to start deleting comments how about deleting the blatant SPAM from meedhi83! More|
Posted by P3McQuack on Tuesday November 30, 2010, 16:40
|15 || RE: Ooooft.|
| Alias needs to be in there definitely. I'd also stick Bendis's Daredevil run in too. Great to see Scalped getting a shout though, along with Fables it's my favourite ongoing right now. More|
Posted by P3McQuack on Monday November 29, 2010, 20:23
|16 || RE: The 30 Comic Books You Should Have Read|
| L: Empire Admin
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Posted by kristy01 on Monday November 29, 2010, 11:54
|17 || RE: No Charleys War|
| A good idea for a list instantly nullified by the ridiculous non-inclusion of either Transmetropolitan or The Invisibles. Hunter S Thompson in the future? How can you get more original than that.
And I'm not even going to mention The Invisibles/Matrix - influence/blatant rip-off ("I know my own shit when I smell it" - Grant Morrison)....Oh I just did.
Also can you actually dip into the Tintin canon at random? If thats the case then how do you explain the absence of Captain Haddock in the episodes prior to The Crab with the Golden Claws? Not to mention all the other recurring characters that are introduced specifically in different issues and then recur throughout. Rastapopulous for one who proves to be Tintins own Dr Moriarty (although he appears more often in the Tintin universe than Moriarty did in the Holmes canon), starting off as a supposed good guy and then proving himself to be evil.
You can read the first 8 Tintin books at random (except for Cigars of the Pharoah/More|
Posted by Evil_Bob on Monday November 29, 2010, 07:44
|18 || RE: No Charleys War|
| Pretty good list but yeah the lack of Grant Morrison on it is pretty disappointing for me. Not even We3? More|
Posted by scary_ice on Saturday November 27, 2010, 18:43
|19 || RE: No Charleys War|
| Where's ] by Jeff Smith? More|
Posted by jonathan74 on Saturday November 27, 2010, 17:09
|20 || RE: James Herberts The City|
| L: lukeyboy
Love the fact you've got Superman: Red Son and Preacher in there, but I have to agree with the previous posters about the omission of The Boys, Transmetropolitan and Hellblazer. Perhaps the former is a more aquired taste but Transmetropolitan and Hellblazer are genre defining comics and deserve to be on the list. As do (IMO) 'The Books of Magic' and timates'.
agree on b] took a age old concept and brought it kicking amd screaming into relevancy and ramped up the characterisation from the original Marvel vision of each of them. More|
Posted by JIm R on Friday November 26, 2010, 16:45