Top 10 Best Comics of 2013
10. Sex Criminals, Image Comics
9. Afterlife With Archie, Archie Comics
8. Hoax Hunters, Image Comics
7. Guardians of the Galaxy, Marvel
6. Morning Glories, Image Comics
5. Thor: God of Thunder, Marvel
4. Deadpool, Marvel
3. Justice League Dark, DC Comics
2. The Fearless Defenders , Marvel
1. Superior Spider-Man, Marvel
Top 2 Comic Mini-Series of 2013
2. Superior Carnage, Marvel
1. Screwed, Zenescope
Worst Comic Book of 2013
You didn’t think I would really throw that out there like that did you? However, I did read a comic last year that is perfect for this category. I was speechless after reading it. I had no idea what that story was about. Not only do I not remember the name of the book or publisher, I don’t even know where it is.
Comics I’m Looking Forward to Reading in 2014
Night of the Living Deadpool
Superior Carnage Annual #1
The Wicked and the Divine
The list will grow as I learn of more upcoming titles, so let me know if there’s any titles I need to add.
Luke Cage vs. Jack Lawson
A question popped into my mind the other day, as to who I like the best. Luke Cage from Marvel Comics, or Jack Lawson from Image? For those of you that don’t know Jack (no pun intended), he is a lead character in Hoax Hunters, written by Michael Moreci and Steve Seeley. Chris DiBari is the artist.
Two handsome badass brothers. In Mighty Avengers, Luke wants to settle down, be a hero-for-hire, so that he can be near his family. On the other hand, Jack is full of attitude, and will stop at nothing to get what he wants. Nothing. Don’t believe me? Read Hoax Hunters #13 that went on sale last week.
But it’s all fiction. In reality, a brother with muscles and an attitude would rather hang with superheroes, kicking the s**t out of villains, than stay home with his wife (or girlfriend) and kids. Anyway, I don’t care for Luke’s soft attitude. Sorry Marvel, Image wins this round.
I plan to attend Deadpool’s wedding, in April, from the comfort of my home. I don’t want to be anywhere near the Marvel Universe because of Deadpool. What follows Deadpool? Violence, bloodbaths, and chaos.
Who is the bride-to-be? My husband think it’s Lady Death. I don’t have any ideas of who, or what, it could be. One thing for certain is that Deadpool #27 will be the first comic book I will be reading that day.
I tried a few times to count the 200+ characters on the cover, but I kept losing track. I am going to keep trying until I succeed. Maybe I’ll use Marvel’s character list as a guide.
I wonder if Scott Koblish and Val Staples have carpal tunnel now.
Are the rumors true? Is Superior Spider-Man coming to an end? Will Doc Ock no longer be in Peter Parker’s body? Is Peter coming back? If so, then my bank account will be $7.98 (+ tax) fatter every month. Enough said.