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    Default CBR's Top 100 Comics of 2013: #75-51

    CBR continues our Top 100 comics of 2013 with creator-owned hits, offbeat superhero tales and more filling out #75-51!


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    Wait... Green Arrow is 57 on this list? It ranks worse than Avengers Arena? Shenanigans! There are shenanigans in play here.

    Wonder Woman also took quite the fall this year, dropping from in the 20s to the 50s now.

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    Day Men is cool and all, but I'm surprised to see it ranked over so many other titles considering there were only two issues over a six-month period or so. But, you know, to each her/his own.

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    Avengers Arena was a surprisingly good book.
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    Good to see Genius get a spot on the list. Pretty good book!

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    Wonder Woman and Green Arrow are this far down?

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    The book in position 71 should have been 5 spots higher.
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    What is that Templar book? I have not heard of it but would read. Is it digital or physical?
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    Quote Originally Posted by josh straightedge View Post
    What is that Templar book? I have not heard of it but would read. Is it digital or physical?
    It's a hardcover.
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    Quote Originally Posted by josh straightedge View Post
    What is that Templar book? I have not heard of it but would read. Is it digital or physical?
    It's an OGN in print, It's actually available in softcover, at least the edition I read from the local library was. The fall of the Templars serves as the background for the adventure tale of the main characters, the main protagonist is a former Templar in hiding. It's an excellent read.

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    It just got added to my Amazon wish list. Kinda nice thing about these lists...you find out about new stuff...
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    Avengers Arena made the list! I can't believe this!I'm super happy right now!!!!!!!
    It is even almost in top 50!!!!

    Take that haters!!!

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    hopefully we will get new deluxe editions of Godland now.

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    pretty even distribution among publishers so far

    DC/Vertigo has 7
    Marvel and Image have 6 each
    Dark Horse has 4.
    Fantagraphics 3
    D and Quarterly 2
    First Second 2

    followed by one each from 20 other publishers!!!
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    Good placements

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