Comics Reviews

31 Days of Comics Challenge

1. Your Favorite Comic – The Incredible Hulk, Grimjack and Mars
2. A Comic You Recommend to Everybody No Matter What – The Maximortal
3. Great Adaptation or Remake of Another Work – Flash Gordon (1988)
4. First Comic Series You Seriously Pursued – Elflord
5. A Great Love Story – The Crow
6. Nonfiction Comic You’d Recommend to People Who Don’t Do Nonfiction – Epileptic
7. Your Comfort Comic – Hellyun
8. A Gorgeous Comic – Metalzoic
9. A Comic That Totally Blew Your Mind – The 6 Voyages of Lone Sloane
10. The Most Beautiful Scene in Any Comic – The Dark Knight Strikes Again
11. Old Comic You Love – Fantastic Four #88
12. Great Holiday Comic – X-Factor Special: Prisoner of Love
13. Great Plot Twist – Nick Fury vs. S.H.I.E.L.D.
14. Comic That You Love That You’ll Never Read Again – Bone
15. A Comic That Makes You Smile – The Four-Fisted Misadventures of Tug & Buster
16. A Comic That Makes You Cry – Amazing Spider-man #400
17. A Comic That Reminds You of Someone – The Last Musketeer
18. Comic That Deserves a Soundtrack – The Mask
19. Comic That You Quote From – Grimjack #9
20. A Comic With Witty Dialogue – Truer Than True Romance
21. A Comic You Used to Love But Now Dislike – Jimmy Corrigan
22. Sloppy Makeouts – Essential Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos
23. First Comic You Ever Bought – Superman #5, 6
24. A Comic That Made You Laugh – Prison Pit
25. A Comic From a Favorite Creator – Frankenstein Mobster
26. A Guilty Pleasure Comic – Masters of the Universe
27. Comic You’ve Read the Most Times – Incredible Hulk #377
28. Comic For Kids – Flash Gordon (1934)
29. Comic That Changed the Way You See the World – Life of Captain Marvel
30. A Truly Smart Comic – Radical Dreamer
31. A Comic You’d Hate to Leave Off a List of Comics – Watchmen

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