Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Top Ten Comics For March

10. Action Comics #887 (7)
Written by Greg Rucka and Eric Trautmann
Art by Pere Perez

Honestly guys, if you don't like what's going on with Flamebird and Nightwing then read something else. But to be frank, I think the whole storyline is great.  This issue may not be the best, but it's still a fantastic arc.
9. Blackest Night #8 (7.5)
Written by Geoff Johns
Art by Ivan Reis

Don't let the number 9 ranking fool you, it's still completely worth reading, I just wasn't sure about the ending.  It's still an amazing ending, but I felt a little out of place when I got there.

8. Secret Six #19 (8)
Written by Gail Simone
Art by J. Calafiore

Talk about cliff hangers!  This was a lot fun fun, humorous and clever, not to mention scary as hell!

7. Supergirl #51 (8)
Written by Sterling Gates
Art by Jamal Igle

I sure hope Supergirl and Mon-El hit it off!

6. Green Lantern Corps #46 (8.5)
Written by Peter J. Tomasi
Art by Patrick Gleeson

Ended rather abruptly, but all in all, a very colorful and tense storyline.

5. Green Hornet #2 (9)
Written by Kevin Smith
Art by Jonathan Lau

Kevin Smith, please bring this to the big screen!

Green Hornet #1 (9)

Written by Kevin Smith
Art by Jonathon Lau

Definitely NOT one of Smith's flops.

3. Justice Society #37 (9)
Written by Bill Willingham
Art Jesus Merino

Classic, Nazi hating, silver age storytelling...what more could you ask for?
2. Green Lantern #52 (9.67)
Written by Geoff Johns
Art by Doug Mahnke

This is a bang up issue!  So detailed and rich in artistry and a well written script.

1.Batman #697 (10)
Written by Tony Daniel
Art by Tony Daniel

Nothing can express in words how awesome this issue was. If Tony Daniel hasn't proven himself as a writer with this comic, then I don't know what else he can do.  Perfection is how I would describe this book...complete perfection!

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