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    Mighty Member Swamp Thing 2099's Avatar
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    The Boys
    Preacher
    Locke & Key
    Air
    Morning Glories
    Nowhere Men
    Revival
    Fatale
    Low
    Wytches
    Something is Killing the Children
    Ms. Marvel (Kamala)
    You are my favorite thing, Peter. My very favorite thing.

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    Conan
    All Valiant
    Deadpool
    Marvel 2099
    Sandman Mystery Theatre
    The Kents
    House of Secrets (all volumes)
    Lobo
    War, western, romance, and monsters genres
    Hellblazer
    Swamp Thing
    Most mutant spin-off titles

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    I've always been a fan of comics but some I just couldn't get into.

    The first one is the comics about superheroes. I'm not really into the superhero genre and I found it hard to connect with these characters. The same goes for comics like X-Men or Spiderman.

    The second one is manga, which is a type of Japanese comic book that can be translated as "comics" in English. It's much more difficult to get into manga than American comics because these stories are meant to be read from left to right, which makes it harder for readers who don't know how to read the manga yet. For such reader, I will suggest https://mangatoon.mobi/en/genre website as it follows a much better approach.

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    G.I. Joe
    Punisher
    Swamp Thing
    Deadpool
    Sandman
    Spawn
    Thunderbolts
    Suicide Squad
    ROM

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    Too many

    Lobo (awful character and totally boring)
    Grendel
    Hellboy
    Legion of Superheros
    Monstress from Image

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    Flash (2016)
    Hellboy and the B.P.R.D
    Savage Avengers (2022)
    Spider-Man 2099
    Flashpoint: Beyond.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRP View Post
    I've given each of these a try, sometimes multiple tries, and I just couldn't get into them.

    Preacher (or any non-war comic by Ennis)
    100 Bullets
    Spawn (or any of the early Image titles)
    Valiant
    Hickman's FF, Avengers or X-Men
    Walking Dead
    Deadpool
    Lumberjanes


    that said, there were a lot of books I wasn't into initially that have since become favorites having tried them again at a different point in life where my experiences had broadened and my tastes evolved. Those on the list however, haven't achieved that. Conversely, there are a lot of books I used to be really into that just don't do it for me anymore and disappointed upon revisiting them.

    -M
    All Garth Ennis comics are War comics really imo.

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    I really really don't like Wolverine.

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    According to the most recently available data, the best-selling American single-issue comic of all time was X-Men #1, which was published in 1991 and has since sold almost 8.2 million copies.

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    I've tried to read a few classic Claremont X-Men books, like Days of Future Past which I read last year. But I find he drowns out so much of his comics in dialogue that I may as well pick up a novel.

    I appreciate the stuff he has done, and I've enjoyed his work (God love man kills is a genuine classic), but he doesn't let his comics... breath.
    Maybe it's just me with modern day sensibilities, but even old Stan Lee books where he would write like a crazy radio host where entertaining.
    I just find Claremont to be a drag. I get that People like it because they get their monies worth, but for me, the writing is only 50% of a comic and I like to see the art. Bryne is a great artist, I want to see it.

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    1. “Reading with Pictures: Comics That Make Kids Smarter”
    2. “Sketch Monsters: Escape of the Scribbles”
    3. “Diary of a Wimpy Kid”
    4. “Bone”
    5. “Calvin and Hobbes”
    6. “Archie”
    7. “Garfield”
    8. “Shen Comix”
    9. “Peanuts”
    10. “Maus”
    11. “Spider-Man”
    12. “Watchmen”
    13. “The Sandman”
    14. “Fables”
    15. “Romantically Apocalyptic”
    16. “Batman”
    17. “Superman”
    18. “X-Men”
    19. “Ms. Marvel”

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