Top 4 Best Independent Comics (GhostRavage Edition)

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  • Astonishing story telling, bizarre and all around awesome. Just by the first issue you can tell how good the series is going to be. Image Comics really made a master piece with this one 10/10.

  • Stan Lee is back with Boom! Studios... Do i need to say more? Regardless, very good story telling and sick plot twists.

  • Hancock isn't anywhere near this guy in pure laziness while possessing extremely powerful powers. Very refreshing, sarcastic and nasty, definitely a top notch work here from MonkeyBrain Comics.

  • Since 1994, vigilante X is kicking ass in the most dark and merciless ways. Bloody and aggressive 90's style but incredibly rewarding. Definitely one of Dark Horse's best reads.

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Posted By MICKEY-MOUSE

None of my indie favs... :/

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Posted By GhostRavage

@lukehero: Recommend me some... I'm definitely stepping out of my comfort zone here :P

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Edited By MICKEY-MOUSE

@ghostravage: I actually really like the old runs of Bloodshot. Oh, The Sword. Angel, but then you are going to have to watch 7 seasons of Buffy and 5 seasons of Angel on Netflix. :D New Bloodshot is good as well. New Ninjak is good. Did you already read Kick Ass?

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Edited By MadeinBangladesh

Only read Saga but I don't think it's the best.

I used to read but kinda dropped out of it. It was a good series

~MiB

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@madeinbangladesh said:

Only read Saga but I don't think it's the best.

I used to read but kinda dropped out of it. It was a good series

~MiB

You drop a lot of stuff bruh XD! I read your reviews and all the time you're talking about dropping books.

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Posted By MadeinBangladesh

@madeinbangladesh said:

Only read Saga but I don't think it's the best.

I used to read but kinda dropped out of it. It was a good series

~MiB

You drop a lot of stuff bruh XD! I read your reviews and all the time you're talking about dropping

SOnn I have to drop books all the time. I read a lot

~MiB

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Edited By BeaconofStrength

Not sure if you've tried it or not, but Chew is absolutely fantastic.

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Posted By SirFizzWhizz

Most impressive Gravage.

I myself heard of only 2 of the 4 titles. Saga and X.

Im very Indie mainstream myself. Characters like Godzilla, Invincible, Spawn, Angel, Predator, Terminator, and Star Wars as indie favs. The only series I own that is out of the norm is Dark Tower Graphic Novels about Stephen King's book series, and you should read the books to grasp the comics full potential. Excellent artwork and story telling tho. Astounding Wolf Man, Haunt, Street Fighter, and Bomb Queen may be another good example of non popular Indie titles lol.

Anyway I recommend Astounding Wolf Man, Invincible, and if you like good art and fighting, Street Fighter. Those Udon Comics are disgustingly well done.

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Posted By Divell

are those goods?

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Posted By cosmicallyaware1

I agree with most of Fizzywhizzy's suggestions. i also recommend, and very much like the following which I suggest you check out:

  • Planetary. A relatively unknown, short lived, small run of a book presented by Warren Ellis and John Cassiday from the Wildstorm imprint. Only made it 27 issues from 1999 to 2009. SHEER UNADULTERATED GENIUS. READ IT!!!! won't be disappointed.
  • anything done by the current relaunch of Valiant. I am fond of......alll of it. Bloodshot, Ninjak, Eternal Warrior, H.A.R.D Corps, X-O Manowar, Harbinger, Shadowman, etc.........
  • have you read......Y; the last man?
  • I was a big fan of The Authority when it was in it's prime.
  • PLEASE tell me you have read everything containing Luther Strode. If not.....do so.