Last graphic novel, comic book, manga you read

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  • werrenwerren cape town
    edited January 2022 Posts: 5
    I also like to read from old, even I like to watch Japanese anime are derived through the manga. Some manga is also old like around the 1980s. and they have enough entertainment with anime. Currently, I'm watching Dragon Ball and it broadcasted for the first time in 1986.
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Das Boot Hill
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  • My avatar comes from the Patreon comic RAGS, it's one of my favourite indy titles along with Something Is Killing The Children and more recently, Gun Honey.

    My brother and uncle have huge collections and both have made me co-owner, plus I have my own stash.
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    No. 10, 1974. Read this several times over the years.
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    Brian Azzarello
    JOKER
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    Brian Azzarello
    JOKER
    Love it.
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    CONAN THE BARBARIAN by Roy Thomas, John Buscema, Howard Chaykin.
    Marvel Omnibus vol 3, collects the works from July 1975-February 1978.
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    Read a few of these issues before, and loved it.
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    ARCHIE VS PREDATOR by Alex de Campi and Fernado Ruiz (2015)
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    I read Archie as a kid (called Binky here), so this sounded like a fun idea. It wasn t .
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    Some of these are very good.
  • KenAustinKenAustin United States
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    The last comic I read was Batman #4 (1940)
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    THE PHANTOM magazines from the early 70s.
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    Written by Lee Falk, art by Wilson McCoy and Sy Barry. Seems like Falk s writing matured as time went on, and it is reflected in the artwork. In the older stories, McCoy has a competent but simplistic style, while the stories are fun and somewhat naive and childish. In the 60s and 70s, the stories become a bit more mature and adult, and Barry s art is very competent, stylish and realistic. I see that as peak Phantom personally.
  • NickTwentyTwoNickTwentyTwo Vancouver, BC, Canada
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    Brian Azzarello
    JOKER

    I’d love to see Bermejo draw some Bond. Not exactly the style you’d think of for Bond but I still think it would be really cool.
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    THE LIVING MUMMY
    and other stories
    by Jack Davis.

    Collection of EC goodies.
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    LES AVENTURES DE TANGUY ET LAVENDURE : CANON BLEU NE REPOND PLUS (1966) by Charlier and Uderzo.

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    BERNARD PRINCE: LES VICTIMES by Hermann and Greg (1966)
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    A SLIGHT CASE OF MURDER and other stories, illustrated by george Evans.
    The complete EC horror collection of Evans work.
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    I'm reading Shotaro Ishinomori's Kamen Rider, the 1971 manga adaptation of the TV series created by Ishinomori himself.
  • ImpertinentGoonImpertinentGoon Everybody needs a hobby.
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    SAGA is back after after a three-year-long hiatus with issue #55 of a planned 108.

    It pretty much starts off they way it had before - great art and the very special writing style of Brian K Vaughan - so we’ll see where this next arc and the second half of the overall story leads us.

    I’ve also been enjoying Tom King and Greg Smallwood‘s Human Target mini-series which is on #4 as of yesterday. Worth checking out for the art alone, but it is a very good noir story so far as well: Someone has tried to kill Lex Luthor and poisoned Christopher Chance, who was impersonating Luthor at the time, instead. The Human Target has 12 days to live and 12 suspects for his own murder.
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    Still great.
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    BATMAN NOIR-the deluxe edition by Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso.
    This looks great in black and white. Read Broken City in colours earlier, and that didn t do the art justice at all.
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    MOON KNIGHT by Doug Moench and Bill Sienkiewicz.
    Epic Collection 2: 1981-1982.
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    Read most of this before, have the Norwegian issues that came out back then. (Here he was introduced as The Moon Knight, but when he got his own magazine, they called him The Moon Baron.) Great stuff.
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    THREE FOR THE MONEY a Fantagraphics collection of the work of Jack Kamen for EC.
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    the deluxe edition.

    Only read Mignola s title story before, and only in black and white. This is great stuff. Barreto is another fine artist.
  • DarthDimiDarthDimi Behind you!Moderator
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    the deluxe edition.

    Only read Mignola s title story before, and only in black and white. This is great stuff. Barreto is another fine artist.

    This is, indeed, a great book. You should consider watching the animated adaptation, @Thunderfinger.
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    DarthDimi wrote: »
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    the deluxe edition.

    Only read Mignola s title story before, and only in black and white. This is great stuff. Barreto is another fine artist.

    This is, indeed, a great book. You should consider watching the animated adaptation, @Thunderfinger.

    I don t know, looks pretty bad to me.
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    LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT: MICHAEL GOLDEN
    Collects Golden s work on Batman and Man-Bat 1977-2001. Read his Man-Bat work from the late 70s before, as written by Bob Rozakis, although in black-and-white. The colour work here is terrific, but it looked gorgeous in b/w as well. Legend indeed.
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    DR. STRANGE EPIC COLLECTION 5: THE REALITY WAR
    by Roger Stern and various others. Collects issues from the 70s and 80s.
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    Various Italian The Phantom stories from the 60s, or L Uomo Mascherato, as he is called there.
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    Got hold of the rest of Hal Foster s Prince Valiant as presented in Fantagraphics magnificent book series. Currently reading the first books, with material from the late 30s and early 40s. Awesome.
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  • Prince Valiant is some of the finest illustrated storytelling ever published. Period, full stop. Fantagraphics is doing commendable work re-presenting this material to a largely-uncaring marketplace. Highly recommended to those with an eye for quality material!
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