Top 10 Comic Series

@lvenger and @sophia89 i challenge both of you to put your top 10 comic series and explain them in a blog (only cuz i love you guys)

10: Young Justice (1998)

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So as you'll find out. I love the Superboy, Tim Drake, and Bart triangle. good characters, good stories, good plots. this story has it all.

9: Wolverine (1988)

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Wolverine is awesome... always has been always will be. I especially love this series because... screw it. I love it because its Wolverine damn it. This is my list and i want Wolverine on it. so guess what Wolverine is in it!

8.Justice League of America (2006)

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So the reason this is so low on the rating is because i hate Superman and Wonder Woman i really do. I love Hal Jordan (as you'll see), I love Red Tornado, I love Hawkgirl. Hell i really love most of the JLA except Wonder Woman and Superman THE ONLY PROBLEM IS: THEY ARE SPOTLIGHT HOGS!

other than that this series is amazing, good stories, good characters. Its worth the read.

7. New X-men (2001)

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So i love Jean Grey in this comic, and i love the X-men as team. This team especially is comprised of deeply flawed individuals who are trying to do whats right, while still being hated for being Mutants (freaking Cassandra Nova man)

This series also has long term implications that the X-men are still feeling to this day

6. Teen Titans (2003)

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so let me start off by saying there is no such thing as a bad Teen Titans series. there just isnt, however this one had Superboy, Tim Drake, Bart Allen, and Cassie. I love those 4 on the DC side. They are great.

Tim, Connor, and Bart have been in a few series that stared them (you'll see Young Justice at number 10) and i love the triangle dynamic of the 3. I like Cassie cuz shes hot and if thats a problem then you can bite me.

5.Bloodshot (1993)

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The original Bloodshot series is amazing. Just a story about a guy who was experimented on and hes trying to live his life out normally. except hes got some nanites in his blood that make him Superhuman.

This is a really good comic riddled with good arcs. it has its slow issues but it poses moral and ethical questions as well. Fairly Decent comic and it earns itself a place in the top 5

4. Fantastic Four (1961)

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ok So Fantastic Four was the first comic i ever got to read... ever! for that reason, no matter what, It will always remain in my top 10. you are looking at the reason i even started reading comics in the first place. The team dynamic, the plots, the characters, they are all amazing.

out of this 500 issue series i couldn't pick my favourite arc, there have been so many good ones. Seriously though a solid comic that is good for any first time readers or people just looking for something casual

3. X-force (1991)

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Alright this is easy. Cannonball, Cable, Boom Boom, Warpath, Siryn, and Shatterstar are all underrated, underused, underappreciated characters. It takes all of them, mixes them together, and creates something wonderful.

I especially love this version of Cable as he has to rely on his extreme strategic genius (seriously this guy could give Cap and Bruce a run for their money) and his heavy arsenal of guns. His TK and TP were raw and relatively untrained, still a Bad Ass.

Cannonball is also very well written in this series

2. Green Lantern (2005)

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Johns took this book and literally brought Hal Jordan back to life with it. Now everyone already knows Hal Jordan is a far far superior character to that Kyp, no, Kyle Bainer, no, Strainer... No i got Kyle Rayner, sorry hes just so forgettable, i forgot him. All jokes aside this really is a good rebirth of Hal Jordan and his character. always good to see Hal Jordan back on the job and this series is incredibly well written.

1. Adam Warlock and The Infinity Watch

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Was there ever any doubt this was gonna be my number 1 series? like seriously? Adam Warlock fanboy over here. I love him, i love his character, and i especially love Jim Starlin. He creates wonders out of characters that didnt show much promise. When Adam Warlock was originally created he was a shadow of the character he is now. Starlin turned Adam Warlock into the under-appreciated character that he is today.

I honestly cannot recommend a better series. The story telling is amazing and each issue is as interesting as the last.