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Spagman

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I've been seriously enjoying East of West, Sex Criminals and Old Man Logan recently. What has everyone else been reading and can recommend?

I completely lost track of the Batman\Superman DC "universe". There's so many titles, so many rebrandings that it's impossible to follow them now - so I just stopped.
 

Truckosaurus

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Try Ex Machina by Brian K Vaughn. 50 issues. A civil engineer gains the power to hear and speak to machines, uses it to fight crime for awhile, gives it up, reveals his identity and runs for mayor of New York.
 

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I was reading the Marvel Ultimate Universe series in chronological order... This is were a lot of Cinematic Universe stuff sort of comes from... Eventually, it got way too *ed up.
 

Mudguts12

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From Hell by Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell
Maus by Art Spiegelman.
We3 by Grant Morrison and Frank Quietly
Punisher run by Garth Ennis.
 

bixente

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Love and Rockets series by Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez.

Saga by Brian K Vaughn (also Y The Last Man, Paper Girls etc)

Alex + Ada by Jonathan Luna.

Anything by Jeff Lemire - Essex County, Black Hammer, Sweet Tooth.
 
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RupieDupie

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I've been seriously enjoying East of West, Sex Criminals and Old Man Logan recently. What has everyone else been reading and can recommend?

I completely lost track of the Batman\Superman DC "universe". There's so many titles, so many rebrandings that it's impossible to follow them now - so I just stopped.

One Punch Man
 

WireHawk

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In my opinion these are the best series I've read in the last 30 years:

From Hell-Alan Moore & Eddie Campbell
Sandman-Neil Gaiman & various
Eightball-Daniel Clowes (includes 'Ghost World')
Lucifer-Mike Carey & Peter Gross
Planetary-Warren Ellis & John Cassady
 

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