“Welcome Back Manapul, Loki Weaves A Fine Tale, & Starlight Shines” – The Top 5 & Comic Book Rankings: 04/02/14-04/08/14


Welcome all to my Weekly Ranking System! In the first section, I’ll highlight the Top 5 individual issues from this past week that deserve to be picked up, in alphabetical order. Then the second section breaks up all the different series into three groups (DC, Marvel, & Independent). I will include a summary section in each entry to comment on any changes in spots. A reminder, only comics that I purchase are included in the Rankings.


Detective Comics #30
Detective Comics #30

Green Arrow #30
Green Arrow #30

Loki Agent Of Asgard #3
Loki: Agent of Asgard #3

Quantum & Woody #9 (Regular Fowler)
Quantum & Woody #9

She-hulk #3
She-Hulk #3

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.

DC Comics Rankingsdccomicslogo ________________________________________________________

Marvel Comics Rankings
marvel logo

Independent Comics Rankings



2 thoughts on ““Welcome Back Manapul, Loki Weaves A Fine Tale, & Starlight Shines” – The Top 5 & Comic Book Rankings: 04/02/14-04/08/14

  1. http://goodcomics.comicbookresources.com/2014/11/01/vote-for-the-top-100-comic-book-writers-and-artists-of-all-time/

    My votes went to:

    1. Frank Miller
    2. Garth Ennis
    3. Dennis O’ Neil
    4. Greg Rucka
    5. Jeph Loeb
    6. Brian Michael Bendis
    7. Ed Brubaker
    8. John Arcudi
    9. Peter Milligan
    10. Jeff Lemire

    1. Todd McFarlane
    2. David Mazzucchelli
    3. Lee Bermejo
    4. Doug Mahnke
    5. Greg Capullo
    6. CAFU
    7. Juan José Ryp
    8. Francisco Herrera
    9. Chris Batista
    10. Joe Madureira

    • I admire you that you are able to narrow down decades worth of writers and artists and whittle it down to your Top 10. I for one have an extremely hard time doing that and can’t fathom picking 10 let alone ranking them. I know looking at your list I’d add Geoff Johns, Mark Waid, and Grant Morrison for sure. The writers that got me most interested in comics were definitely Loeb, Bendis, and Johns. For artists? I just can’t do it as there are too many. Thanks for sharing your list though. 🙂

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