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    Comic book lovers.

    Any comics books lovers here, Please tell your favorite comics of all time.
    Love to read books such as Comic,Novels & Comics

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    Anything by Alan Moore, such as Watchmen, V For Vendetta, and most recently From Hell; Preacher by Garth Ennis; Transmetropolitan by Warren Ellis; Locke and Key by Joe Hill, Uzumaki by Junji Ito; Fables (can't remember author name); Ex Machina by Brian K Vaughn; Empowered by Adam Warren; Hellboy by Mike Mignola.
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    Sandman by Neil Gaiman, Love Ennis' Preacher series, James Robinson's Starman, King's Dark Tower adaptions, all the Moore stuff including Hellblazer, but my favorite of all time was a series Robinson did called "Firearm" for Malibu comics.
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    Transmetropolitan, Preacher, Fell, Hack/Slash, The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service, Gantz, Battle Royale, MPD-Psycho, Watchmen, The Walking Dead, Constantine: Hellblazer, Girls, The Maxx, and Maakies.
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    Love Alan Moore. Gaiman's Sandman (well Neil Gaiman in general) is brilliant. I also love everything Bendis writes. A friend of mine turned me onto his writing and I just love his stuff. I used to get weekly comics, but I don't have the money to keep up anymore.
    It's been minutes, it's been days. It's been all that I remember. <3

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    I've been enjoying Locke & Key, Northlanders, DMZ, and Scalped.
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    I have a large collection of Lady Death, Vampirella, Priest, Twilight Zone, Shi, Grimm, Johnny the Homicidal Maniac, Nightmares and Fairy Tales, Carnival of souls, all of the Anne Rice runs and some of Stephen King Dark Tower comics - just to name a few. I am dying to get my hands on the classic Tales of the Crypt runs.

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    I like manga and anime comics, but I also enjoy 2000 AD, some by Marvel and also many others. There are some that stood out for me like Slaine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Runa~ View Post
    I like manga and anime comics, but I also enjoy 2000 AD, some by Marvel and also many others. There are some that stood out for me like Slaine.
    Same here with the manga. My short list includes Sailor Moon, Fushigi Yuugi, St. Dragon Girl, and Black Bird. I've read several others, though, but I haven't bought any manga in months because I don't really have a lot of disposable income.
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