The Community Members of the Month's Favorite Comics

What are the most popular books among our most active members? I’ve compiled the data from the past 21 months that the Community Member of the Month program has been active. Our first Community Member of the Month, Razzzcat, was nominated before the institution of the recommendation component. So this list accounts for the 20 community members of the month who have followed them.

5 Nominations:

  • Batman: The Long Halloween

3 Nominations:

  • 52
  • Batgirl (2000)
  • Gotham Central
  • Hawkman (2018)

2 Nominations:

  • Batgirl (2009)
  • Batgirl: Year One
  • Batgirls
  • Batman (2011)
  • Batman/Huntress: Cry for Blood
  • Batman: The Dark Knight Returns
  • Birds of Prey (1998)
  • DC: The New Frontier
  • Doom Patrol by Grant Morrison
  • Galaxy: The Prettiest Star
  • Green Lanterns
  • Hitman
  • Injustice: Gods Among Us
  • Mister Miracle (2017)
  • The Question (1987)
  • Raven: Daughter of Darkness
  • Robin (1993)
  • Saga of the Swamp Thing
  • The Sandman
  • Superman/Shazam!: First Thunder
  • Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?
  • Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia
1 Nomination:

Action Comics #800
Adventures of the Super Sons
All-Star Squadron
All-Star Superman
Amethyst (1983)
Animal Man (2011)
Animal Man #5
Aquaman (2011)
Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth
The Authority (1999)
Bat Lash (2007)
Batgirl of Burnside
Batgirl Special
Batman (2016) #37
Batman '66
The Batman Adventures (1992)
Batman and Robin (2009)
Batman and Robin (2011)
Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Batman: Arkham Knight
Batman: Arkham Knight - Genesis
Batman: Harley & Ivy
Batman: Hush
Batman: Knightmares
Batman: No Man’s Land
Batman: Red Rain
Batman: Reptilian
Batman: Strange Apparitions
Batman: The Audio Adventures Special
Batman: The Court of Owls
Batman: The Dark Knight (2011)
Batman: The Jiro Kuwata Batmanga
Batman: Universe
Batman: Wayne Family Adventures
Batman: Year One
Batwoman: Elegy
Birds of Prey (2010)
Birds of Prey (2011)
Birds of Prey by Gail Simone
Black Canary: Breaking Silence
Blackest Night
Blue Beetle (2006)
Books of Magic (1990)
Booster Gold (1986)
The Brave and the Bold #197
Day of Vengeance: Infinite Crisis Special
DC Bombshells
DC Cybernetic Summer
DC Rebirth
Death: The High Cost of Living
Deathstroke (2016)
Detective Comics #359
Detective Comics by James Tynion IV
Divine Right
Doom Patrol (2016)
Doomsday Clock
Elseworld’s Finest
The Flash (2011)
The Flash (2016)
The Flash by Mark Waid
Flex Mentallo
Future Quest
The Golden Age
Global Frequency
Gotham Academy
Gotham City Sirens
Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters
Green Arrow: Year One
Green Lantern by by Denny O’Neil and Neal Adams
Green Lantern: Rebirth
Green Lantern: War of the Green Lanterns
Harley Quinn (2014)
Harley Quinn (2016)
Hawkgirl (2006)
Hawkman (2002)
Hellblazer: Dangerous Habits
The Huntress (1989)
Infinity, Inc.
Jonah Hex
Just Imagine
Justice League #2
Justice League Dark (2018)
Justice League Odyssey
Justice League/Power Rangers
Justice League: Cry for Justice
Justice League: The World’s Greatest Superheroes
Justice Society of America (1992)
The Kents
Legion of Super-Heroes: The Great Darkness Saga
Let Them Live! Unpublished Tales from the DC Vault
Lois Lane (2019)
Lucifer (2000)
Mister Miracle (1971)
My Buddy, Killer Croc
My Greatest Adventure by Arnold Drake
New Gods #1-11 (1971)
The New Teen Titans: The Judas Contract
Nightwing (1996)
Nightwing: Leaping Into The Light
Our Worlds at War
Penguin Triumphant
Poison Ivy
Pride of Baghdad
Punchline: The Trial of Alexis Kaye
Red Hood and the Outlaws (2011)
Red Hood and the Outlaws (2016)
Red Robin
Resurrection Man (2011)
Robin: Son of Batman
The Sandman: Season of Mists
Saga of the Swamp Thing #21
Saga of the Swamp Thing by Alan Moore
Saga of the Swamp Thing: American Gothic
Sandaman Mystery Theatre
Scooby-Doo Team-Up
The Shade (2012)
Sleeper: Season One
The Spectre (1992)
Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E.
Smallville Season 11
Starfire (2015)
Starman (1988)
Starman (1994)
Strange Adventures (2019)
Suicide Squad (1987)
Suicide Squad (2016)
Supergirl: Being Super
Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow
Superman (2016)
Superman Adventures
Superman Red & Blue
Superman Smashes the Klan
Superman: Birthright
Superman: Man of Tomorrow
Superman: Red Son
Superman: Son of Kal-El
Superman: Up in the Sky
Sweet Tooth
Sword of Azrael
Tim Drake: Robin
The Twilight Children
Villains United: Infinite Crisis Special
Welcome to Tranquility
WildCATs: Covert Action Teams
WildCATs: Nemesis
Wonder Woman (2016)
Wonder Woman by Greg Rucka
Wonder Woman: Tempest Tossed
World’s Finest (1990)
Y: The Last Man
Young Justice

Some notes: I decided for the purposes of this list to count choices which might be considered a subset of another choice as individual without grouping them. So a vote for the entirety of “Saga of the Swamp Thing,” for example, would not also count as a vote for “Saga of the Swamp Thing by Alan Moore,” who only wrote part of that series.

Also, I’m only counting TheBatgirlOfNML’s 6 nominations of Batman: No Man’s Land as one nomination. Sorry BG.

So, what do we learn from this? We learn that our most active community members will probably suggest Batman: The Long Halloween as the best starting point on DC’s most popular character. We learn that Cassandra Cain is the best Batgirl. We learn Greg Rucka is the GOAT, 52 is the greatest Event Comic ever published, and you should probably be reading Hawkman.

Mostly, though, we learn our community has pretty good taste.


You want me to read it for the 934,299,999,979,999,994,999,999,919,999,999,999,959,699,999,999,999,399,999,996,999th time? Okay,




This is fascinating! I have to confess to recommending The Long Halloween myself! And while I love it, I didn’t realize how popular DC: The New Frontier was!


I want a recount



I agree there’s not enough Aquaman love here.


No 2000 election please


At least someone got the reference lol

Although, I may have aged myself in making that reference.



I wasnt born yet when that happened


:rofl: :smiling_face_with_tear: :sob:


Obviously! That’s not nearly enough. :triumph:


I’m just seeing this thread now. That is fair, but hear me out, I actually hid a seventh recommendation for NML in there using html notes (Jitsu may not have copied it, I didn’t check).

Can we call it learning if we already knew?