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    Default What are your top 3 independent titles

    What are your top 3 independent titles you are reading right now?

    mine are,

    1. Teenage mutant turtles
    2. Big trouble in little China
    3. Enormous

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    That's really hard to answer when you're dealing with schedules that aren't always monthly; many mini-/limited-series; and many other variables that you get with non-DC / non-Marvel titles.

    I guess probably at the moment I'd go with:
    * The Fade-Out
    * Lobster Johnson
    and maybe
    * Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10
    though Will Eisner's The Spirit and Dead Vengeance could be close,
    and I only just started buying Joe Golem Occult Detective this month.

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    I'd have to go with the Dark Circle books I've read:

    the Black Hood
    the Shield
    the Hangman


    I've also been enjoying Masks 2 from Dynamite as well as the Shadow. But the Dark Circle books are actually proving to be among my favorites.

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    Aliens vs Zombies

    They're Not Like Us

    The Hangman

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    1. Imperium
    2. Lazarus
    3. Rai

    Honorable Mentions:
    Velvet
    Ragnarok
    Birthright

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    Lazarus
    Saga
    The Fade Out.

    Hate this topic, btw!

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    The Phantom
    Ragnarok
    The Shield

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    Ask me again after Atari Force, Rom and Micronauts come out. I'll either love 'em or hate 'em.
    "The definition of all ages is itís not just for little kids." - Greg Goldstein, President of IDW.
    Currently reading: Camelot 3000, Dreadstar, Omega Men

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark-Flux View Post
    Lazarus
    Saga
    The Fade Out.

    Hate this topic, btw!
    Why "hate"?

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    Black Hood ( Archie Comics)
    Imperium (Valiant)
    Bloodshot Reborn ( Valiant)

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    1. The Fade Out
    2. Providence
    3. Paper Girls

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    I'm gonna count Image as mainstream and exclude their titles from this list
    Death Head
    Providence
    The Fiction (hoping it comes back)

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    My top 3 indie comics are

    Paper Girls
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
    Will Eisner's The Spirit
    There's a Time For Peace, and Then There's a Time To Punch Nazi Scumbags in the Face!!

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    Chew
    Rachel Rising
    The Sixth Gun

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    Well, I'll just list my three favorite comic series. They're all long-running indies:

    - Usagi Yojimbo
    - Hellboy
    - Love and Rockets

    ... I actually have a forth in my list of favorite series, but considering that Uncle Scrooge is owned by Disney and was at one point the best selling comic in America it doesn't really feel 'indie' to me.

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