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|21 || 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
|22 || RE: James Herberts The City|
| 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 'The Ultimates'. More|
Posted by lukeyboy on Friday November 26, 2010, 16:05
|23 || RE: James Herberts The City|
| Props for putting invincible in there, but Walking Dead is not that good.
Also, no 2000ad/Judge Dredd? What about America?
It's abit strange that you picked Red Son as the one Superman story. More|
Posted by Invader_Ace on Friday November 26, 2010, 16:04
|24 || RE: The 30 Comic Books You Should Have Read|
| I know that people are always going to bitch and lists cannot be to everyones approval or tastes, but anybody with a half a serious interest in comics would have put 'The Invisibles' in that list. More|
Posted by leecoop on Friday November 26, 2010, 15:12
|25 || RE: The 30 Comic Books You Should Have Read|
| How about Cerebus? Yummy Fur? Alan Moore's Miracleman? The Grandaddy of comics Will Eisner? Love & Rockets? Jimmy Corrigan? Hellblazer? Hate? Flaming Carrot? Stray Toasters? Frank Millar's Daredevil or Elecktra? Jam? Concrete? Too many teenagers in tights on this list for my liking. More|
Posted by Great Ape on Friday November 26, 2010, 13:43
|26 || RE: The 30 Comic Books You Should Have Read|
| No Invisibles? Animal Man? Doom Patrol? All Star Superman? Looks like you guys aren't Grant Morrison fans... tut tut! More|
Posted by DEADPOOLcc on Friday November 26, 2010, 13:11
|27 || RE:|
| A good list, though I do hope had it been 32 you would have put Transmetropolitan and The Boys in there. C'mon, one has Spider Jerusalem literally shove a Blair/Bush hybrid up his arse and the other has Simon Freakin' Pegg beating up superheroes! WHY ARE THEY NOT HERE! More|
Posted by seedykay on Friday November 26, 2010, 11:41
|28 || RE: How about...|
| The fact that no one has mentioned "Lucifer" yet is simply a tragedy. It is without a doubt one of the most beautiful and moving comics I have ever read. Beats the hell out of "Sandman" if you ask me...
Other than that, I cannot help but agree with the other comments about glaring omissions. Only two Alan Moor books? You must be joking. More|
Posted by xzynomorpher on Friday November 26, 2010, 00:14
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