The Chronological Superman Reading Order
Our ever-popular reading orders have added another member to the list this week: The Post-Crisis Chronological Superman Reading Order.
Like all of our reading orders, this chronological Superman reading order has been heavily researched, incorporating the many available lists out there, concentrating on individual issues and is filterable by the many details included such as creator, title, character, event and more.
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In the spirit of two of our most popular features, Best Spider-Man Stories of All Time and Best X-Men Stories of All Time , we now set our sights on arguably today's most popular superhero, Batman. Batman has always been a widely read character in comics, and is also the one most prominently read in graphic novel form. So, we now bring our "Best Of" ranking process to this icon and present to you the Best Batman Graphic Novels of All Time. We went with "Best Batman Graphic Novels" instead of stories Read more [...]
For many, Todd McFarlane epitomizes the evolution of the comic book industry in the 90's. He brought to the industry eye-popping detailed art and dark storytelling, as well as having produced one of the best-selling single issues ever (with multiple covers and touted as highly collectible, assuredly) and spearheaded a creator-owned publishing company. His forays in baseball-collecting, professional sports team ownership and his own line of toys made him a household name.
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Launching a new #1 issue isn't foreign to Jim Lee. As news comes dripping out over the latest titles to be included in DC Comics' latest relaunches, this time affecting the complete line and totaling over 50 issues, many are taking the time to reflect on previous Jim Lee Comic Reboot efforts, as well a DC comics relaunches in general. I've reread many of these issues in the past year, and they all hold up very well, putting me on the less crowded side of the optimists regarding this latest reboot.
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While doing my recent profile on the Golden Age of Comics, I omitted a few key issues in order to keep it light. Still, there are some issues that are still worth mentioning, which I will do through profiles on this blog.
Golden Age Comics' most popular Superhero
If you would ask someone to name one Golden Age Comics superhero, Superman would be far and away the top answer. Yet, in our minds we seem to have rewritten history, believing that Superman was always the most popular superhero of Golden Read more [...]