Is there a single good comic series out right now? all of the modern comics i...

Juan Williams
Juan Williams

is there a single good comic series out right now?
all of the modern comics i see in stores look like shit.
i know the SJWs took over but is there no quality stuff at all?

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Aaron Hill
Aaron Hill

I liked the Slots miniseries Dan Panosian recently finished, though the ending was weak and contrived. It was an enjoyable drama/crime story.

Colton Carter
Colton Carter

Actually suggesting that there wouldn't be one singular good comic series out
SJWs have only taken over the Big Two and some indies they've created. Go read comics outside the Big Two, dumbass. Don't expect people to spoonfeed you; look for yourself.

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Alexander Nguyen
Alexander Nguyen

Read manga.

Brayden Torres
Brayden Torres

is there a single good comic series out right now?

No. Get used to it.

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Ian Thompson
Ian Thompson

Series? Not really. Everything is pretty mediocre, goes for way too long, or is injected with the SJW bull. There's plenty of alright one shots and mini-series books out there though. The Lastman comics look promising for a series but there's 0 chance they'll translate the rest of the volumes.

Henry Turner
Henry Turner

See

Daniel Cruz
Daniel Cruz

a new groo miniseries came out end of last year
was thinking of storytiming from the beginning

Ayden Morris
Ayden Morris

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Find out for yourself.

Cameron Perry
Cameron Perry

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OP is useless. What do they want? Us to all whine about how shit comics are? Offer suggestions without having any clue what they may enjoy in the first place, thus letting them be lazy?

Brayden Ortiz
Brayden Ortiz

is there a single good comic series out right now?
How "good" are we talking? There's probably nothing that will be remembered a decade from now but there is stuff that is readable.
Bane Conquest
Mister Miracle
White Knight
Brave and the Bold
Green Lantern Corps
Sideways
The Terrifics
Go read comics outside the Big Two
No, don't do that.

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Isaac Ward
Isaac Ward

The Deathstroke stuff from DC Rebirth is good. Also Supersons and Action comics if you like Superman and Jon.

Sebastian Carter
Sebastian Carter

No, don't do that.
Boom is having a great Power Rangers run.

Brody Gutierrez
Brody Gutierrez

Pink was pretty crap.

Xavier Price
Xavier Price

AND EUROPEAN COMICS

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Andrew Mitchell
Andrew Mitchell

Two main series that are going pretty well for almost two years straight.
Complaint about the 6 issue spin-off written by another team.
And this is why you don't find good comics, the absolute state of Holla Forums.

Parker Sullivan
Parker Sullivan

Plenty of good stuff in Rebirth right now, to the point that I actually keep up with the releases because I want to.
Mister Miracle
Is the writing in that actually really good and makes up for the awful fucking art and storyboarding? Because I've been actively avoiding that comic.

Julian Lee
Julian Lee

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Levi Morales
Levi Morales

If you want to escape the awful state of modern comics, you need to become a hipster.. and by that, I mean a legitimate hipster. The kind who spends their time digging into obscure shit that literally no one is talking about or taking notice of. You need to make your world smaller, in essence. Cut out the massive piles of shit, because even if you find something good in there.. well, it's still covered in shit from being inside the mountain of shit you found it in.

It will make it harder to talk to other people about the comics you might find, but that shouldn't matter. If it already has some kind of fandom, then it's not worth your time. If it's sold one shelf over from Marvel's latest ill-conceived tri-annual crossover event, you shouldn't waste your time reading it. Chances are the author is either already some faggoty cunt or is deeply entwined with a clique of them anyways. You need to go so far away from civilized society that you start finding the artists and storytellers who only care about their art and storytelling, and nothing else, not even commercial success… Now, whether or not those people actually exist, I have no idea.

Evan Campbell
Evan Campbell

Archie Sonic was good when it was running. They're bringing back the writers so hopefully Sonic will be good.

Connor Sullivan
Connor Sullivan

It will make it harder to talk to other people about the comics you might find, but that shouldn't matter. If it already has some kind of fandom, then it's not worth your time. If it's sold one shelf over from Marvel's latest ill-conceived tri-annual crossover event, you shouldn't waste your time reading it. Chances are the author is either already some faggoty cunt or is deeply entwined with a clique of them anyways. You need to go so far away from civilized society that you start finding the artists and storytellers who only care about their art …
Or he could just come post it here.

Ryder Phillips
Ryder Phillips

My Hero Academia

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Anthony Gomez
Anthony Gomez

You need to go so far away from civilized society that you start finding the artists and storytellers who only care about their art and storytelling, and nothing else, not even commercial success… Now, whether or not those people actually exist, I have no idea.
Not to that extent, but there are creators who care about making their comic and sharing it with people more than anything else. 100% Biodegradable is a good anthology series for comics like that. Creators who submit their stories only get a free issue of the magazine as a payment, and book itself is dirt cheap. Art quality varies, but most stories are entertaining.

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Ian Williams
Ian Williams

White Knight
the worst Batman comic of the decade and the epitome of everything wrong with DC's approach to the character
good

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Nathan Wright
Nathan Wright

Elaborate.

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Alexander Long
Alexander Long

His autism was triggered because it didn't have the "Elseworlds" title on the comic so now it's unforgivable that it's in it's own continuity

Robert Ward
Robert Ward

hurr it's an Elseworlds so you can't say anything bad about it it's supposed to take liberties and be shit with them
This is the most repeated defense people have towards this comic and it's flimsy as fuck and completely ignores the actual premise behind Elseworlds. Being an Elseworlds doesn't excuse a comic from being garbage and no one is criticizing this comic for being different.
Everyone is so out of character in this comic that they might as well be new people entirely. It stopped being a "what if Joker became the good guy and Batman became the bad guy" story and became "what if the Joker actually wasn't that bad and just committed robberies and vandalism and was the city-loving oppressed 99% slandered by corrupt businessmen and conservative news and who is totes innocent and Batman was a cruel and spiteful jerk for no reason whose father worked with nazis"
There is no point to this being a Batman story except for brand recognition. There are no Batman characters in this story. Only mouthpieces and strawmen for Sean Murphy's diatribes. You could literally write this comic with any character but Joker as the protagonist and there are a lot of Batman characters who probably would be better protagonists for this story than Joker (like, you know, literally every single one of the Rogues for starters)

It's a heaving pile of self-masturbatory fakedeep Tumblr fanfiction that should not get a pass for being shit just because it's an Elseworlds.
It's flimsy and unoriginal excuse for a premise (what if Batman bad and Joker good) could maybe have worked if it was instead about developing Batman's inability to keep his rogues in check and the danger his existence continues to pose to Gotham, but instead it became a grossly hamfisted attempt at political discourse subsisting on DCAU pandering and Jokerwank, with such writing as
"Don't get me started on the clothes, a real step back for feminism"
written by a self-deluded moron who assumed that his boring, overdone, blatantly obvious "insight" was somehow interesting and revolutionary and worth telling a story about.
Yes, we all fucking know that superheroes and masked vigilantes would be awful in the real world. You're not clever for being the ten thousandth person to write a shitty story about that. Just because police brutality is topical does not make this bland concept more interesting, it just makes it even more of a soulless cash grab trying to score political points.
And it only kept getting worse as, not only did it turn out Joker is still a goddamn criminal with no qualms about brainwashing all the villains (with a method that couldn't possibly work in any way), but then we got shit like Neo-Joker and then moments where it seems like the author just started using the comic as an excuse to self-insert as Joker with Harley as an ideal girlfriend.

It's pretty art bogged down by America-tier writing, hamfisted and ignorant attempts at political drivel and a complete ass-backwards approach to Elseworlds storytelling.
It's the kind of shit I'd expect from Marvel

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Ethan Wood
Ethan Wood

The comic is clearly leaning toward and ending that ends with Batman and Joker working together to solve Gotham's problems, because Joker is not being portrayed as a infalliable force of good. People are mildly out of character, which the story even explains. Batman is going a bit batty because Alfred dying is taking a toll on him, but he's not that far from his normal personality. Joker acts different, but the entire idea of the comic is "What if Joker was good instead?" No one is defending this as a masterpiece that should be praised, people are consistently saying, "It's not actually that bad" but you fucks didn't read past the first issue and got triggered because you thought it would be pure SJW drivel.

Ryder Gomez
Ryder Gomez

It's pretty art bogged down by America-tier writing
America-tier

That's a stiff fucking claim considering America is the worst comic I have ever read.

but you fucks didn't read past the first issue and got triggered because you thought it would be pure SJW drivel

Story-time it, faggot. Post the comic and change our minds.

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Ian Adams
Ian Adams

Main issue is that people are acting in ways that make no sense, and some of them are completely out of character. Batman is a dumb thug and a hothead, Barbara is a dumb valley girl, and Harley Quinn does not have mental problems. They are the worst examples, where entire characters are pretty much undermined.
Then you have things like Duke supposedly curbing crime in the poor neighborhoods, but letting muggers who are willing to stab and shoot people run free. Batman makes the worst possible decisions at every opportunity and people remember that Joker likely killed one of the Robins only when it is convenient. Gotham villains are dumb enough to trust Joker and falling for the 'spiked drink,' which is the oldest trick in the book.

Honestly, it feels like Murphy's knowledge of Batman comes from Nolan's films, Suicide Squad, and his vague memories of Batman TAS. All of that is peppered with good art and sub-par writing..

It's pretty art bogged down by America-tier writing
No it's not. America is on a whole another level of bad. This is just a below average written comic.

Ethan Scott
Ethan Scott

It's not SJW (but it really tries to convince you for the first 3 or so issues with the "impovished Blackport niggers exploited by rich whites profiteering over crime ruining their shit" and the news anchors arguing using buzzwords and outright saying SJW) , but that's not to say it's really good either. Particularly, Joker's paradoxically portrayed as a dindu despite beating/"killing" Jason Todd (contradicting the early claim that none of Joker's crimes were true except for petty bank thefts) and brainwashing the other villains to stage false-flag attacks to make Batman and co look bad after supposedly changing his ways.

If the book acknowledged Joker's crimes and had him struggle with trying to earn the trust of a city he's terrorized by legitimate means, and more importantly didn't try to make him the good guy despite doing clearly unethical things, it'd be a lot better. Neo-Joker's a cool villain though, even if her name is dumb. She's more Harley than the real Harley is.

Landon Perry
Landon Perry

Unpaid creators? You know, we have that in Australia, but it's just called SAM YOUNG IS A SKEEVY CUNT.
I don't think he even gave out free issues.

Ian Brooks
Ian Brooks

The whole blind spot for the protagonist's crimes does seem to be a SJW thing. Remember Mockingbird and Phantom Rider? Or America being a cunt and still being right all the time just because? Or Jonesy having a villain who is Jonesy, doing the things Jonesy does, and THAT'S TERRIBLE because they're not her.

Juan Thompson
Juan Thompson

So was it a worse "bad Batman" story than Nemesis?

Tyler Davis
Tyler Davis

Don't forget about blowing public funds on a library, just so that he could bait Batman into destroying it, and to use that information for publicity boost and in a smear campaign against Batman.

Well, guy is upfront about it. Unlike others, he seems to not be an asshole and has no problems with things like you taking the strip and publishing it elsewhere, running kick starters that spin off of work in the magazine, and so on. I've been thinking of submitting my comic back when submissions were still open.

Brandon Adams
Brandon Adams

Story-time it, faggot. Post the comic and change our minds.
It's not worth the fucking effort. It's not that great, It's just good enough to not regret spending my time reading it.
If the book acknowledged Joker's crimes and had him struggle with trying to earn the trust of a city he's terrorized by legitimate means, and more importantly didn't try to make him the good guy despite doing clearly unethical things, it'd be a lot better.
I'm pretty sure the book says he was only ever convicted of bank robberies or that was what they had enough evidence for.

Adrian Howard
Adrian Howard

Not really. It is more of a good joker and misguided Batman story. Batman is still obviously trying to be a good guy, bur goes about it the wrong way and lets his emotions and ego influence him too much.
Believe it or not, but Murphy who is primarily an artist, is a better writer than Millar is nowdays.

Ethan Johnson
Ethan Johnson

Would you say Bruce is more retarded in White Knight than he is in All Star Batman and Robin?

Ian Roberts
Ian Roberts

Don't forget about blowing public funds on a library, just so that he could bait Batman into destroying it, and to use that information for publicity boost and in a smear campaign against Batman.
Sounds like the dumbest version of Batman ever put in print. So dumb, that even calling him a detective, let alone "the world's greatest detective" sounds retarded. Of course, the whole comic is written like shit and full of retarded contrivances that turn the whole thing into a shaky, incoherent mess that mostly serves as some smug faggot's fanfic wankfest about moral relativity and "muh oppression", so it's no surprise that it's full of dumb shit like that.

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