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    Default Poll: Which of CBR's Top Ten Comics of 2013 Is YOUR Favorite?

    Which of CBR's Top Ten Comics of 2013 Is YOUR Favorite?

    Of the ten comics CBR's staff ranked the best of 2013, which title is your favorite?


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    Sorry to all, but IMO... Young Avengers was s#it.

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    Haven't read a single one.
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    Hands down, Daredevil!
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    Hawkeye over Saga and Battling Boy. Not sure I'd consider any of the three as the best books of the year, but they are all very good and worth reading.

    Daredevil was still good, but I felt that it had lost a step this year. Hopefully, the change in locale may bring some new life to the book.

    I was actually disappointed by March, although I appreciate that it was made in the first place. It was good, but I expected something a bit more substantial. Same with Boxers and Saints, which was a cool experiment, but didn't really live up to my (very high, admittably) expectations.

    Young Avengers is a book I really wanted to like, mostly because of the way it played around with narrative and storytelling, but man, did I find the story tedious. I'm glad that Gillen and McKelvie are moving on and doing another Phonogram mini. Despite its similiar themes, Phonogram has proven itself to be a million times better than YA.

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    go Hawkeye!

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    Haven't read a single one.
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    For me, is Saga

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    Not enough people are reading Lazarus... There are a lot of good books on this list, but Lazarus is the one that, for me, has hit the mark with every issue so far. I'm not bored and I eagerly want the next issue as soon as I finish the current one, each and every time.

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    Tie between Young Avengers and Saga with DD coming real close.

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    To be fair, I haven't read 7 of the 10.

    I have read Hawkeye (ok), Daredevil (very good), and Saga (love it).

    I am planning to read all of these later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dupont2005 View Post
    Haven't read a single one.
    Ditto. Strange list that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjharwood View Post
    Not enough people are reading Lazarus... There are a lot of good books on this list, but Lazarus is the one that, for me, has hit the mark with every issue so far. I'm not bored and I eagerly want the next issue as soon as I finish the current one, each and every time.
    Yeah, Lazarus is some damn tasty comics.
    But I still hadda go with Battling Boy... just edged it out.
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    I've only read 2 out of the ten The Wake and Hawkguy.
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    I haven't read March, or Boxers (but did read Saints) and both of those are waiting for me to pick up at the local library, but I have read at least a few issues of everything else in top 10 (some I tried and did not like enough to keep getting). Of the books on there, Lazarus and Daredevil were neck and neck for best of that list for me, and ultimately voted for Lazarus as it was an original work and not a corporate sandbox character.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustellar View Post
    Sorry to all, but IMO... Young Avengers was s#it.
    I agree. My vote would be none of the above particulary with no Hickman New Avengers
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