Monday, May 17, 2010

Top Ten Comics For April

I wonder if I will get a lot of criticism for this list?  hmmmmm.....

10. Justice League of America #44 (8.67)
Written by James Robinson
Art by Mark Bagely

Typical James Robinson, split the team up right when it's getting started. However, this issue was a lot of fun and well worth the price of admission.

9. Superman: Secret Origin #5 (9)
Written by Geoff Johns
Art by Gary Frank

Can't wait for the conclusion!  Gary Frank you are amazing!

8. Batman #698 (9)
Written by Tony Daniel
Art by Guillem March

Why, why, WHY must Tony Daniel leave as writer for Batman only to allow Morrison to take over?  Do you hate us Daniel?  You are so much more capable of a writer than Morrison, please, come back to us!

7. Green Lantern #53 (9)
Written by Geoff Johns
Art By Doug Mahnke

A lot of fun and innovative.
6. Action Comics #888 (9)
Written by Greg Rucka & Eric Trautmann
Art by Pere Perez

DC Mythology at its best.  For those who don't like this arc, shut your face and get over yourself!  It's awesome!
5. Brightest Day #0 (9.67)
Written by Geoff Johns & Peter J Tomasi
Art by Fernando Pasarin

Surprisingly well done for a #0.  At least it wasn't a Free Comic Book Day book.
4. Justice Society of America #38 (10)
Written by Bill Willingham
Art by Jesse Merion

This is without a doubt the best story arc I've read in a while, only rivaled by Superman: For Tomorrow.
3. Power Girl #11 (10)
Written by Justin Gray, Jimmy Palmiotti
Art by Amanda Conner

I'm going to miss This trio creative team once #12 hits stores.

2. Green Lantern Corps #47 (10)
Written By Peter Tomasi
Art by Doug Mahnke

Tomasi delivered one of the most "human" stories to ever grace the pages of the GL Corps.
1. Secret Six #20 (10)
Written by Gail Simone
Art by J. Calafiore

Yeah, quite literally the best of April, and very likely of the year.  Dark, violent, unhappy, angst driven and edge of your seat suspense.  #20 is a work of art!

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