11. Bat Lash #1-7
I'm not going to talk too long about this pick, mainly because I know other people are going to be picking it, people who no doubt can speak to its pleasure better than I considering I haven't actually read most of it. That's only because I am holding out to read it in the original issues, though. And frankly, it's worthy of inclusion just for the amazing Nick Cardy covers, whether you've actually read the comics or not.
But the character and the stories are also cool. Bat Lash is a lat-60's western anti-hero type. Unlike most western heroes, he's not really into gunslinging or being a vigilante; he really just wants to woo the ladies and have a little bit of peace. He's basically a bit of a hippie. Yet, he keeps getting dragged into situations, in part due to that habit of wooing ladies he maybe shouldn't be wooing. It's a refreshingly different take on the western genre, with much more humor and style than most westerns, which makes sense considering the great Sergio Aragones was a co-writer (yes, writer, not artist).
I kind of wonder if this series wasn't better off being canceled, because I'm not sure a series and character like this could have kept up the quality over a long period; after all, eventually the creative team would have changed, and as later appearances by Bat Lash have proven, he's not a character that is easy to do well. But these seven issues (plus his introduction in Showcase #76) definitely stand the test of time.