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    If it's one and only one, and now and just now, the answer (for me) is : "Storm Dogs"
    Avengers, New Av., Mighty Av., Secret Av., Uncanny Av., Young Av., Inhumanity, Thor God of Thunder, Wolverine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deep_Sleeper View Post
    I'm gonna recommend:

    Savage Dragon issues 1 - 75
    Invincible
    The Walking Dead
    Saga
    I have like the first 45 issues of Savage Dragon, than I just stopped collecting it all together... I always liked SD, haven't read it in a long ass time. I remember being a little kid and loving the book, I liked the issue with Jimbo Da Mighty Lobster. He cursed up a storm and it was just a all out brawl between him and Dragon.

    I also liked the letters pages in the backs of the issues. Erik always had a big section to post fan letters. Dragon was always a favorite of mine as like a 9-10 year old.


    Image has been putting out great books for awhile now.

    Manhattan Projects is also a great current ongoing.

    Infinite Horizons

    Morning Glories

    Chew


    these are all pretty damn good

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    Walking Dead
    Saga

    and if you're a fan of noir... Fatale.

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    You can check up Invincible. It is a nice super-hero comics.

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    "Angelus" is my favorite comic ever.

    While it might be important to note that I haven't read too many comics and that I had only picked it up because of the beautiful angel on the cover, it simply blew my mind at how amazing it is. The artwork is mind-blowing, the character facial expressions are extremely impressive and the writing is very good. It's by far the comic that made me felt how "real" the emotions of the main characters are through both writing and art. Normally mundane scenes like a meeting with her father are touching and brilliant. I've read it 4 times so far and I keep being amazed at how wonderful it is... And the fact that there's only 1 volume (6 issues) that exist makes me sad. You can get the first issue free on Comixology to get a good idea how it is so it's a risk-free investment (though getting the paper version is really worth it in my opinion).

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    Sagah!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by karen999 View Post
    Check out Severed.
    My comicartfans.com collection. Lots of Ryan Ottley:
    http://www.comicartfans.com/GalleryD...asp?GCat=49719

    Invincible universe wiki (WIP):
    http://invincibleuniversewiki.wikispaces.com/home

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    Quote Originally Posted by chongjasmine View Post
    You can check up Invincible. It is a nice super-hero comics.
    I did. It was great. Can't wait for volume 2

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