In this Top 10 List we are going to talk about the best comics books in 2012. This will be very interesting post for the kids and the comics lover. If you are a comic’s lover and always wait for the new comics then this Top 10 List will be very informative for you. We hope this Top 10 List of comic’s books will help you to choose the best.
1. SAGA #1: In the Top 10 List of best comic’s books in 2012 we should keep this in the 1st place. Whether it’s drawing armies fighting in a chasm, or a couple sharing a moment alone with their new born baby, this is a stunning looking book. Luckily, the story is up to snuff, too, creating a new universe we can’t wait to spend more time in, in forty simple pages. This is the next great comic book series, so get on board now.
2. THE GOON #38: In the Top 10 List of best comics books in 2012 we should keep this in the in the 2nd position. We’ve written a bunch already about this issue, but suffice to say that even if you’ve never read The Goon, you can get right into this heartbreaking – and then warming – story of the woman who raised our titular hero. Based in part on the life of creator Eric Powell’s own grandmother.
3. THE MIGHTY THOR #12: In the Top 10 List of best comic’s books in 2012 we should keep this in the 3rd place. Writer Matt Fraction has written some great Thor stories, but his run on Mighty Thor has seemed significantly less than, well, mighty. This arc however, has been a delight, as the evil troll Ulik took the place of Thor, and in this issue, Thor returns to take his place back.
4. THE UNWRITTEN #35: In the Top 10 List best comics in 2012 we should keep this in the 4th position. “Apocalyptic” is probably a bit of an understatement for this issue. Everything in the series has been building to these moments, and Mike Carey and Peter Gross don’t disappoint, bringing Tommy Taylor to the point of being the hero he always should have been, but without significant losses on both sides.
5. THE FLASH #7: In the Top 10 List of best comic’s books in 2012 we should keep this in the 5th position. Granted, we have pretty high standards for The Flash – he is our favorite character after all – but this series has been a slow burn regardless, as the new team got a handle now just on the world, but the characters, and even in some cases, writing a comic book. This is the issue where it all came together.
6. WOLVERINE & THE X-MEN #7: In the Top 10 List comics books in 2012 we should keep this in the 6th position. It is one of the best comic’s books of all time. Movies also made on the base of these comics. Wolverine & The X-Men is literally everything we’d want from an X-Men book, and then it goes crazier. This month, we got a new villain, a cosmic casino, and thousands of Brood invading Kitty Pryde’s womb. It doesn’t get weirder – and more exciting – than that.
7. THE STRANGE TALENT OF LUTHER STRODE #6: In the Top 10 List of best comic’s books of all time we should keep this in the 7th position. This series has been a superb introduction to a new character and world that feels perfectly at home with other Image heroes like Invincible and Savage Dragon (maybe it’s all the blood?), and we’re salivating for the upcoming Legend of Luther Strode series. More please.
8. THE SHADE #6: In the Top 10 List of best comics in 2012 we should keep this in the 8th position. Every issue, we fall a little more in love with this series from writer James Robinson. This time around, The Shade is teaming up with a Spanish vampire to take down a mad-man. And while we’d feel like taking three issues to tell this story, when we only have twelve issues of the series feels a little indulgent.
9. SMOKE AND MIRRORS #1: In the Top 10 List of best comics in 2012 we should keep this in the 9th position. IDW has worked out two niches for themselves: nostalgia; and weird new magical worlds. Lucky for the publisher, most of their output on the latter has been very, very good, from the superb Locke & Key, to the excellent new Memorial.
10. STAR TREK #7: In the Top 10 List of best comics in 2012 we should keep this in the 10th position. Been waiting years to see the crew of the Nu-Enterprise pick up where the reboot left off? Now is your chance. We’ve been casually reading this series for months now, and haven’t been quite drawn in by the new takes on Original Series stories.