Comic Book Rankings: 05/16/13-05/22/13

Rankings

Welcome all to my Weekly Ranking System! I’ve broken the comics into three groups (DC, Marvel, & Independent). I will include a summary section in each entry to comment on any changes in spots. Only comics that I purchase are included in the Rankings. Below you’ll find the different company’s logos. Click on that specific logo to be instantly taken directly to their specific Ranking page or just continue onto the next page.

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Independent Comics Rankings

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5 thoughts on “Comic Book Rankings: 05/16/13-05/22/13

  1. http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=49502

    Wrong choice, in my opinion. Diana is an energetic woman, so, if you want her to make an effective appearance on the big screen, you must pick an actress with a strong personality, glaring eyes and a tonic body.
    Gal Gadot has a “girl next door” look, sweet eyes and a very skinny body, so she couldn’t be more distant from Wonder Woman. It’s like choosing a comedian to play Batman.
    Here’s another CBR article I do suggest you to read: http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=49465. As a huge fan of Daredevil, I think it described Matt’s best storylines to perfection.

    • “Gal Gadot has a “girl next door” look, sweet eyes and a very skinny body, so she couldn’t be more distant from Wonder Woman. It’s like choosing a comedian to play Batman.”
      I’m not worried about her looks. She’s pretty and the skinniness can be overcome with a lot of hard work at the gym. Look at Hemsworth and Bale and how they bulked up from their previous roles for their superhero ones. I’ve never seen her before in anything so I can’t judge her acting ability. Maybe she can pull it off? I can think of a handful of actresses off the top of my head that would have been better suited but perhaps this off-the-wall choice will work? I’m willing to give her a chance.

      “As a huge fan of Daredevil, I think it described Matt’s best storylines to perfection.”
      Thanks for sharing the link! Waid’s run already #2 overall? Quite an accomplishment. 🙂 Being a huge fan of Daredevil, do you agree with the Rankings?

      • No. My ranking is:
        10) Daredevil’s very first issues
        9) Daredevil Vol. 1 # 352-357, #358-364 (1996-1997)
        8) Daredevil Vol. 1 # 51-71 (1969-1970)
        7) Daredevil Vol. 3 # 501-512 (2009-2012); Daredevil: Reborn #1-4 (2011)
        6) Daredevil Vol. 3 # 1 – present
        5) Daredevil Vol. 2 # 82-119, 500(2006-2009)
        4) Daredevil Vol. 1 # 236, 238–245, 247–257, 259-291, 500 (1986–1991, 2009)
        3) Daredevil Vol. 2 # 16-19, 26-81 (2001-2006)
        2) Daredevil Vol. 2 # 1-8 (1998-1999)
        1) Daredevil Vol.1 # 158-191, 219-233 (1979-1986)

        Thank you for your reply! : )

          • I think that, if you ask 100 Daredevil fans which run they love most, all of them would answer Miller’s one. It’s the classic no brainer question.
            Also, I thought that my ranking would have been much clearer, if I had written the name of the writer instead of just numbers for each run. So this is my re – written ranking:

            10) Daredevil’s very first issues
            9) Karl Kesel’s Daredevil (1996-1997)
            8) Roy Thomas’ Daredevil (1969-1970)
            7) Andy Diggle’s Daredevil (2009 – 2012)
            6) Mark Waid’s Daredevil (2012 – present)
            5) Ed Brubaker’s Daredevil Vol. 2 # 82-119, 500 (2006-2009)
            4) Ann Nocenti’s Daredevil (1986–1991, 2009)
            3) Brian Michael Bendis’ Daredevil (2001-2006)
            2) Kevin Smith’s Daredevil (1998-1999)
            1) Frank Miller’s Daredevil (1979-1986)

            Thank you for your compliments and for your replies! : )

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