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I'm wondering, what are all your favorite comics? (Manga is included.)

I like one called "Final Fantasy Type-0 side story: The Ice Reaper" Aside from the occasional uneeded comment and the mini-skirts, (Which I fixed. You gotta love ballpoint pens) It was really good. 

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Comment by Greg Granderson on August 9, 2017 at 7:23am

Hands down...the Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man of course!!! I was looking through the comics that my mom sent me years ago from my childhood (what was left of them anyway...which is still a pretty good amount), and I realized I predominately purchased Spider-Man compared to other heroes. Both my daughter and son (11 & 9) are now enjoying the same comics I read at their age and is such a joy to watch! Watching them is part of my rekindled passion for desiring to make my own for God's glory, both give me a sense of purpose and motivation!!! 

Comment by Brien Sparling on August 7, 2017 at 9:52pm

I really enjoyed the first three editions of Planetes by Makoto Yukimura; and I must have over 35 editions of Usagi Yojimbo by Stan Sakai. Probably my favorite over the past two years would be Endtown webcomic  by Aaron Neathery,

Comment by Tom Montgomery on August 7, 2017 at 4:58pm

I haven't bought a new comic for quite some time. Just starting to again. My traditional favorites:

Batman, Spiderman, Fantastic Four, Power Pack, Elf Quest, Uncle Scrooge, Richie Rich, and Casper, Hot Stuff, and the original Smurf comics by Peyo. I also liked Jim David/Garfield for strips.

New favorites: Bone, HeroBear and the Kid

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