Here we are in the final 5. Remembering my initial rules, it’s easy to see why this last five was the hardest.
My number one choice has been number one since I read it in 1984, and to me will always be my favourite comic story of all time.
Once again – The Rules
The rules were simple, they had to be comics I was incredibly excited when they came out. I had to have bought them off the shelf when they were released (so Watchmen, Camelot 3000, Dark Knight Returns, Captain Britain, and a few others were disqualified). One shots didn’t count, so that left out Killing Joke (which is one of my favourite stories comics or otherwise of all time), and original graphic novels were out too. This list was about anticipation, and these are the comics that I went absolutely nuts waiting for 30 days to go by so I could find out what happened next.
- Top 50 Comic Runs 50-41
4050 Comic Runs 40-31
4050 Comic Runs 30-21
- Top 50 Comic Runs 20-11
- Top 50 Comic Runs 10-6
- Top 50 Comic Runs 5-1
Without further ado…the finale of my top 50 comic runs of all time.