View Poll Results: What is Rick Remender's best current book?

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  • Black Science

    17 26.15%
  • Low

    18 27.69%
  • Deadly Class

    25 38.46%
  • Tokyo Ghost

    5 7.69%
  • Devolution

    0 0%
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    Quote Originally Posted by ViewtifulJC View Post
    Deadly Class, followed by Low.

    Black Science is mediocre, and Tokyo Ghost first two issues were so unbelievably awful that I couldn't stand to read anymore. Not even with its fantastic artwork.
    Should have given it one more issue. Now it's even better than Stray Bullets.

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    No comic on the stands today is better than Stray Bullets, sir.

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    Hi guys! I am about to finish Remender's X-Force and I have to say it's really good! I paarticularly like how he touches on some deeper ideas than your regular superhero comic. Do you have any suggestions from his past or current work? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by new_onslaught View Post
    Hi guys! I am about to finish Remender's X-Force and I have to say it's really good! I paarticularly like how he touches on some deeper ideas than your regular superhero comic. Do you have any suggestions from his past or current work? Thanks!
    If you're enjoying his Uncanny X-Force, Deadly Class is probably the way to go as far as his Image books are concerned. But I really enjoyed his run on Venom and his Punisher run you either love or hate.. I loved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cc008 View Post
    If you're enjoying his Uncanny X-Force, Deadly Class is probably the way to go as far as his Image books are concerned. But I really enjoyed his run on Venom and his Punisher run you either love or hate.. I loved.
    Thanks! After doing a little research, I'm thinking of getting the 1st vols of Deadly Class and Black Science.

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    Quote Originally Posted by new_onslaught View Post
    Thanks! After doing a little research, I'm thinking of getting the 1st vols of Deadly Class and Black Science.
    Nice! I hope you enjoy them

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    Quote Originally Posted by new_onslaught View Post
    Hi guys! I am about to finish Remender's X-Force and I have to say it's really good! I paarticularly like how he touches on some deeper ideas than your regular superhero comic. Do you have any suggestions from his past or current work? Thanks!
    For Marvel, read his Uncanny Avnegers and Captain America runs. ALl amazing stuff.

    For Image, they are all good, but Deadly Class and Low are my favs. I hear you are getting Black Science, can;t go wrong with that, either, it's just that Low hits me emotionally more often while also having more action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragdoll View Post
    For Marvel, read his Uncanny Avnegers and Captain America runs. ALl amazing stuff.

    For Image, they are all good, but Deadly Class and Low are my favs. I hear you are getting Black Science, can;t go wrong with that, either, it's just that Low hits me emotionally more often while also having more action.
    Thanks for the suggestions!

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    Related...

    The arc that is about to start in Deadly Class?

    "Save You Generation"

    That is straight up priceless.

    Even in the midst of all of the "Shout Out..." moments that have happened over the course of this book's bun.

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