Comic books have been around for decades, and they continue to be a popular form of entertainment. But which comics are the most popular right now? We've compiled a list of the 100 hottest comics on the planet, from classic series to new releases. The Flash (2018) is one of the most popular comic book series right now. It's no surprise that it's making waves in the secondary market.
Other popular comics include The Nice House on the Lake, which has been gaining traction in recent years. Movies and television series based on comic books often create a ripple effect in the industry. This is especially true when it comes to series or characters that have been around for a while. As you look through our list of the 100 most popular comics, you'll notice this pattern emerging.
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One of my favorite comics of all time is Taylor's Jon, which gives readers an authenticity that goes beyond superheroes and strange characters. The stories told on the page are also unique and captivating. Dave is the founder and editor-in-chief of Comic Book Herald, and he's also responsible for assigning himself elegant titles. He has created a reading guide that includes some of the best zombie comics out there, such as The Nice House on the Lake.
Tillie Walden's comics are also incredibly popular right now. Her story about a young girl heading north with a prosthesis is full of magic and captivating visuals. Brian Michael Bendis' Phenomena is another great fantasy comic for all ages that was released through Abrams Comics Arts with Andrew Lima Araujo. It's definitely worth checking out if you're looking for something new and exciting.
DC Comics' Sandman Universe spin-off line has also been gaining traction lately, especially with Nightmare Country which features some of the best artists in modern comics such as Yanick Paquette, Andrea Sorrentino and Francesco Francavilla. Ice Cream Man is another popular comic that has been around for a few years now. It's written by writer Dave Ridley who has been working in film for more than a decade. He has found a way to reinterpret his life of reading comics in an alternative look at DC superheroes.
Both Marvel and DC have long wanted to enter the world of real web comics, and DC's incredibly charming webtoon does just that. Bernard Chang's Children of the Atom works even better when taken as a complement to this book. Rick Remender's work from the early 2000s is also worth mentioning, with books like Uncanny X-Force, Fear Agent and Deadly Class among some of his best works. Finally, Detective Comics has done an amazing job at telling Batman stories that are different from what readers are used to, giving substance to the rest of Gotham and its inhabitants.