So… this is a weird question. Probably hard to answer as well.
I have read comics for years. With the large selection of comic titles available for streaming, being able to just sit down and choose a comic to read has never been easy. It might just be a personal difficulty of natural indecisiveness, but I was wondering if anyone could help me with this problem.
I know about all of the “Essential comics to read before you die” articles, but those are just more lists of titles I have to choose from to read first. They all seem so good!
I would really appreciate any suggestion on strategies to tackle this problem.
Hi, Monkey3s! This is a common conundrum, but rest assured there are a LOT of strategies to tackle this indecisiveness. For instance, take a look at the many book clubs active in the Community Events section, and consider joining one.
Or, to take all choice out of it, simply post your own suggestion for someone else to read in this thread:
Whoever posts after you will give you your next assignment.
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The following characters have Start Reading Guides
Dick Grayson.in the midfle
The Teen Titans
i have looked at my Super hero history Topics, my best series, my best New 52 and Rebirth lists and this is the list of my favorite series or first arc.
For the most part, it excludes famous Graphic Novels, single issues, issues that are of historic interest, like Doom.Patrol first issue by Morissn and Origin stories
These are just the best stories I have read, for a wide range of characters and eras
01 1961 Brave and the Bold 34 Hawkman by Schwartz Fox Kubert
02 1974 Adventure Comics 431 to 440 The Spectre Superhero as horror comic Writer/Artist Mike Fleisher/Jim Aparo. Editor Joe Orlando,
(Not in Library Substitute 1992 Specte by Ostrander and Mandrake]
03 1976 All Star Comics 60 on (omits 58 59) revival of Justice Society of America. Introduces Power Girl. Conway Wood.
04 1979 Detective Comics 471 to 476 Steve Engleheart and Marshall Rogers
05 1984 All Star Squadron Set in World War II Roy Thomas
06 1984 Saga of Swamp Thing 21 The Anatomy Lesson Alan Moore
07 1993 Death High Cost of Living The Trade includes Death’s First Appearance in Sandman 8, 1991, Sound of Her Wings Neil Gaiman
Not in library, available at Comixology or try Library or buy Graphic Novel trade
08 1996 Supergirl 75 to 80 Peter David
Linda Danvers Supergirl meets Silver Age Kara el Supergirl
09 1997 JLA Big Seven return.with epic plots. Grant Morrison.
10 2000 Planetary Warren Ellis John Cassidy
11 2003 Teen Titans Young Justice mentored by New Teen Titans Geoff Jones
12 2004 DC: The New Frontier by Darwyn Cooke. Set in late 50s early 60s.
13 2011 Aquaman Geoff Johns
14 2011 Demon Knights Set in Medieval Times. Paul Cornell
15 2011 Frankenstein Agent of
S.H.A.D.E, Jeff Lemire.
16 2011 Huntress mini (Helena Wayne)
followed in 2012 Worlds Finest with Power Girl Paul Levitz
17 2013 Earth 2 17 on.Tom Taylor
18 2015 Superman Lois and Clark Introduction of Jon Kent, their son. Dan Jurgens followed by Superman Rebirth in 2016, followed by Super Sons.
19 DC Universe Rebirth 1
20 2016 Wonder Woman Year One. Issues 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Rucka Scott
21 2016 Detective Comics Rebirth Tynion IV
22 2016 Green Lanterns Rebrth Sam Humpries
23 2016 Flinstones Mark Russell
The third is to find significant titles or specific issues in my super hero history topic
Thank you for this list. Unfortunately I have a severe case of indecisiveness. Hopefully this doesn’t send me to the bad place(The Good Place Reference).
However, because I am bad at choosing things. It would be great if you could assign me a run on the “Assign a Comic to the Poster Above You” article by @HubCityQuestion. This would make you the overlord, and relieve me of my lack of decisiveness.
Sorry if that sounded forceful. Typing makes tone hard to read.
But seriously, you would get to be an overlord! How great is that?
@Monkey3s: I don’t believe you’re really that indecisive. Of course, if you are you might want to read Richard II before reading any comics. That aside, just go with @TurokSonOfStone1950’s reading list and sit back and enjoy.