For the past few weeks I have been asking the How to Love Comics Community to vote for the comics they loved in 2016. Read on to find out what the top 10 comics and graphic novels were.
The Walking Dead is a worldwide phenomenon, which sells tonnes of comics and breaks TV ratings records. But, you probably knew that already. What you might not have about is this brand new comic story, The Walking Dead: The Alien, set in the world of the comics and created by Brian K Vaughan (Saga) and Marcos Martin (The Private Eye).
Throughout December I asked the How to Love Comics Community to vote for the comics and graphic novels that they loved in 2015. Many of you voted and as a result there were more than 120 different comics voted for. Continue reading to find what made the top 10.
Each month I like to showcase a batch of new comics that you should be reading. I try and make it varied, mixing up creative ideas, genres and different storytelling to create a list that will have something that will appeal to everyone. This month we have children of the twilight, relaunched superheros, A ronin rabbit, Russian spies, a very grumpy cat and much more.
Every month I like to do a compilation of mini reviews for comics that are new reader friendly. This July we see a wide range of comics featured including odd crossovers, rebooted teenagers, Canada at war with the US, wild west heroes, 90s nostalgia, TV talk show antics and much more.
To celebrate what was a huge year in comics we had asked the How to Love Community of readers to let us know what comics they loved in 2014. In this article you will find the top 10 titles most voted for by the readers, which includes plenty of variety in storytelling, publishers, creators, art styles and genre. With this much variety it’s proof that it has never been a better time to be a reader. Did your favourites make the list?