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101 Comics: Part Three

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Part one covered 52 to Ex MachinaPart two was Fat Freddy’s Cat to The Punisher! What about part three? Well, read on to find out what my remaining thirty-four, alphabetically-sorted, instinctively-chosen favourite comics of all time are…

returnofsuperman

The Return of Superman, Dan Jurgens, Louise Simonson, Roger Stern, Karl Kesel et al, 1993

rotr

Roy of the Rovers, Tom Tully, Ian Rimmer, Mike White, Barrie Mitchell et al, 1954-2001

sword

S.W.O.R.D., Kieron Gillen & Steve Sanders, 2010

saga

Saga, Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples, 2012-

swampthing

The Saga of the Swamp Thing, Alan Moore, Steve Bissette, John Totleben et al, 1984-87

sandman

The Sandman, Neil Gaiman et al, 1989-96

scottpilgrim

Scott Pilgrim, Bryan Lee O’Malley, 2004-10

whenisadoor

Secret Origins Special #1: “When Is A Door?”, Neil Gaiman, Bernie Mireault & Matt Wagner, 1989

shehulk

She-Hulk, Dan Slott, Juan Bobillo, Rick Burchett et al, 2004-07

sonicthecomic

Sonic the Comic, Nigel Kitching, Lew Stringer, Rich Elson et al, 1993-2000

spectacular200

Spectacular Spider-Man #200: “Best of Enemies”, J.M. deMatteis & Sal Buscema, 1993

speedingbullets

Speeding Bullets, J.M. deMatteis & Eduardo Barreto, 1993

starman

Starman, James Robinson, Tony Harris, Peter Snejbjerg et al, 1994-2001

strontium-dog

Strontium Dog, John Wagner, Alan Grant & Carlos Ezquerra, 1978-88

stupidcomics

Stupid Comics, Jim Mahfood, 1997-2006

suburbanglamour

Suburban Glamour, Jamie McKelvie, 2006-07

deathofsuperman

Superman v1 #149: “The Death of Superman”, Jerry Siegel & Curt Swan, 1961

superman400

Superman v1 #400, Elliott S! Maggin et al, 1984

secretrevealed

Superman v2 #2: “The Secret Revealed!”, John Byrne, 1987

birthright

Superman: Birthright, Mark Waid & Leinil Francis Yu, 2003-04

secretidentity

Superman: Secret Identity, Kurt Busiek & Stuart Immonen, 2004

taleofonebadrat

The Tale of One Bad Rat, Bryan Talbot, 1994

top10

Top 10, Alan Moore, Gene Ha & Zander Cannon, 1999-2001

comicrelief

The Totally Stonking, Surprisingly Educational And Utterly Mindboggling Comic Relief Comic, Basically Everyone In British Comics, 1991

ultimatespidey

Ultimate Spider-Man, Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Bagley, Stuart Immonen, David Lafuente, Sara Pichelli et al, 2000-

ultimates

The Ultimates, Mark Millar & Bryan Hitch, 2002-04

umbrellaacademy

The Umbrella Academy, Gerard Way & Gabriel Bá, 2007-08

dofp

Uncanny X-Men #141-142: “Days of Future Past”, Chris Claremont & John Byrne, 1980

Understanding-Comics

Understanding Comics, Scott McCloud, 1993

v

V For Vendetta, Alan Moore & David Lloyd, 1982-89

watchmen

Watchmen, Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons, 1986-87

we3

We3, Grant Morrison & Frank Quitely, 2004

manoftomorrow

Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?, Alan Moore & Curt Swan, 1986

XSTATIX

X-Force / X-Statix, Peter Milligan & Mike Allred, 2001-04

Just a reminder that if you liked this kind of list, you should head on over to Too Busy Thinking About My Comics, where Colin Smith did it first. And if you want to do your own, feel free to let me know, I’d love to read it.

Written by Seb Patrick

October 25th, 2013 at 5:20 pm

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