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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobydoo View Post
    Prophet

    I would have gone with Prophet, but it didn't have two issues published in 2011.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Acro View Post
    It may be ending soon, but when originally described, it was an ongoing. Such as here, as part of the solicit for last year's Free Comic Book Day:



    If that changed later, I haven't heard.
    It's an ongoing Elric series like Hellboy is an ongoing series. The Balance Lost is the first in an ongoing series of minis, not an every month for the foreseeable future ongoing..

    That's why I didn't inlcude it on my list.

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    Here is my vote:

    1- OMAC
    2- Animal Man
    3- Young Justice
    4- Resurrection Man
    5- Justice League Dark

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    Quote Originally Posted by FanboyStranger View Post
    It's an ongoing Elric series like Hellboy is an ongoing series. The Balance Lost is the first in an ongoing series of minis, not an every month for the foreseeable future ongoing..

    That's why I didn't inlcude it on my list.
    Is it? Huh. I feel like that could've been advertised better, if that's the case.

    Well, if it's not counted, then everything below it gets bumped up and the new #5 is Super Dinosaur.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Acro View Post
    Is it? Huh. I feel like that could've been advertised better, if that's the case.

    Well, if it's not counted, then everything below it gets bumped up and the new #5 is Super Dinosaur.
    Yeah, they kinda downplayed it when it was announced, but it has to do with Robeson consulting with Moorcock on the stories. Moorcock has a lot of faith in Robeson as they're friends, but they still get together to come up with a overarching arc that Robeson is allowed to run with. (And Moorcock is definitely letting him run with it. Issue nine has major implications for the entire Eternal Champion series.) It's also not selling all that great, so I'm hoping that there will be more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnynyc View Post
    Comics Alliance has the actual list of what was submitted. It looks like DC didn't submit anything that wasn't truly "new". And Marvel didn't submit Journey into Mystery.

    The complete list of books submitted for Best New Series follows:

    Angel & Faith, by Christos Gage & Rebekah Isaacs
    Animal Man
    Aquaman
    Batwing
    Batwoman
    The Bionic Man
    Blue Estate
    Blue Exorcist
    Breakneck (215 Ink)
    Butcher Baker The Righteous Maker, by Joe Casey & Mike Huddleston (Image)
    Charismagic, by Hernandez, Randolph, & Lopez (Aspen)
    Daredevil
    Dream War, by Andrea Grant (Copious Press)
    FF
    A Game of Thrones
    Green Wake
    I, Vampire, by Joshua Hale Fialkov and Andrea Sorrentino
    Jennifer Blood
    John Carter Princess of Mars (Marvel)
    Kirby: Genesis
    La Mano Del Destino, by J. Gonzo (self-published)
    Lady Mechanika, by Joe Benitez (Aspen)
    Legend of Oz: The Wicked West, by Tom Hutchison & others (Big Dog Ink)
    Mameshiba: On the Loose!
    Memorial
    Monocyte
    Mudman, by Paul Grist (Image)
    Near Death (Image)
    Orchid, by Tom Morello & Scott Hepburn
    Pilot & Huxley, by DanMcGuiness (Scholastic)
    Planet of the Apes, by Darl Gregory & Carlos Magno
    Punisher
    Rachel Rising, by Terry Moore
    Sergio Aragonés Funnies
    Shame: Conception, by Lovern Kindzierski & John Bolton
    Skullkickers (Image)
    Snarked, by Roger Langridge
    Spongebob Comics
    Starborn, by Chris Robertson & Khary Randolph (BOOM!)
    The Strain, by David Lapham, Guillermo del Toro, Chuck Hogan, & Mike Huddleston
    Swamp Thing
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
    The Ultimate 7, by Robert Wawrzyniak, Shawn Surface, & Scot Shoemaker
    Ultimate Spider-Man, by Bendis and Pichelli
    Vic Boone (215 Ink)
    Voltron
    Wolverine & the X-Men


    Read More: http://www.comicsalliance.com/2012/0...#ixzz1rGzWrU8b
    i actually thought Skullkickers started in 2010 for some reason and for whatever reason forgot about Near Death. Both would have made my top 5.

    There is a LOT of crap on this list. Voltron. Marvel's John Carter adaption. Bionic Man. I'm not sure how anyone offers those up for nomination outside of a Razzie. There's also about two dozen really great titles here that deserved to get a nomination. Having the entire category iced is a serious slap in all of their faces, and diminishes the integrity of the award IMO. If you can't find a good comic on this list, you're not looking very hard. And that's in addition to the rebooted titles that (like Invincible Iron Man which won a couple years back) are apparently qualified, but weren't nominated.

    The ballots for 2012's new series is going to be intense, as there are already nearly this many worthy titles in the first three months of the year.

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    1) Wolverine and the X-men
    2) Ultimate Spiderman
    3) Buffy season 9
    4) Angel and Faith
    5) Ultimates

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    1) Wolverine and the X-Men
    2) Animal Man
    3) Swamp Thing
    4) I, Vampire
    5) Journey Into Mystery
    Top 5 Books: Daredevil, Batwoman, Batman, Punisher, Wolverine and the X-Men

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Acro View Post
    Is it? Huh. I feel like that could've been advertised better, if that's the case.

    Well, if it's not counted, then everything below it gets bumped up and the new #5 is Super Dinosaur.
    I coulnd't find any place where it said "1 (of X number of issues)", it was announced as an ongoing, and I it was still there in the last previews. I haven't read it, so I don't know more than that.

    No including Super Dinosaur was a mistake. I thought it launched in 2010, but I was wrong, the first issue appeared in April of 2011

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    - Hellraiser (BOOM! Studios)
    - Animal Man (DC Comics)
    - Swamp Thing (DC Comics)

    Unfortunately, the rest of my picks were mini-series. I don't buy too many regular monthly titles.

    - Legion of Monsters (Marvel Comics)
    - Strange Talent of Luther Strode (Image Comics)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelPaytonMZ View Post
    i actually thought Skullkickers started in 2010 for some reason and for whatever reason forgot about Near Death. Both would have made my top 5.

    There is a LOT of crap on this list. Voltron. Marvel's John Carter adaption. Bionic Man. I'm not sure how anyone offers those up for nomination outside of a Razzie. There's also about two dozen really great titles here that deserved to get a nomination. Having the entire category iced is a serious slap in all of their faces, and diminishes the integrity of the award IMO. If you can't find a good comic on this list, you're not looking very hard. And that's in addition to the rebooted titles that (like Invincible Iron Man which won a couple years back) are apparently qualified, but weren't nominated.

    The ballots for 2012's new series is going to be intense, as there are already nearly this many worthy titles in the first three months of the year.
    Is just a list of books that are Ellegible, not a list of Books that I read or that I think that should win.. and as I said, I probably left some books out and maybe included some that shouldn't be there. But the rules are quite weird... I get that "2 issues in 2011" and "ongoing", are firm concepts, but when one starts to wonder if it has to be a completely new creation of if new series of an existing property counts, it gets slippery.

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    1. Action Comics
    2. Aquaman
    3. Justice League
    4. Batman
    5. Green Lantern: New Guardians
    Pull list: Aquaman, Batman, Batman Inc, Green Lantern, Justice League, Superman Unchained, JLA

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    Without a particular order:

    1- Punisher
    2- Wolverine and the X-Men
    3- Butcher Baker (ongoing?)
    4- Daredevil
    5- Captain America

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    1. Alpha Flight
    2. Generation Hope
    3. Green Lantern: New Guardians
    4. Justice League International
    5. Resurrection Man

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    1. OMAC
    2. Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E.
    3. Kirby Genesis
    4. Justice League
    5. Aquaman

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