Daredevil is home to some of Marvel’s greatest creative runs in its long history, which certainly makes it a terrifying outlook for any newcomer. But under the steady hands of writers Chip Zdarsky and artists like Marco Checchetto and Jorge Fawns, Daredevil has always returned to one of the best superhero comics on Marvel and other stands.
The traces of Gerard Way’s Young Animal seem to have done most of the course in 2020, but one series continues to burn the fire. The Far Sector adds a fresh and visually stunning spin to the Green Lantern comics, showing what happens when Earth’s latest lanterns are tasked with solving a murder mystery at the far end of space. Writer NK Jemisin and artist Jamal Campbell really bring their A game.
Follow the creative pairing of writer Jeffremia and artist Andrea Solentino everywhere after the landmarks run at Green Arrow and Old Man Logan. The duo is in the process of putting together what could be the best collaboration ever in Gideon Falls, a nihilistic horror series perfect for those who crave more Twin Peaks in their lives.
Ice cream man
Ice cream is arguably one of the most quirky and disturbing cartoons on the stand. Underneath its pleasing appearance is a truly horror anthology where the lives of various trampled people intersect with the creepiest ice cream hawkers like never before. Unlike delicious desserts, this series seems to get better over time.
The Immortal Hulk is a perennial favorite in our Best of List, and for good reason. A unique blend of horror and superhero action makes it one of the best takes of the Hulk franchise we’ve ever read. The series shows no signs of losing momentum in 2020.
John Constantine: Hell Blazer
DC has been struggling to find a suitable place for John Constantine since the end of the long-running Hellblazer series in 2013 and the character’s move to the Core DC Universe. Fortunately, writers Si Spurrier and Aaron Campbell finally came up with the right formula by returning Constantine to its roots and fighting against his worst enemy, himself. It’s a shame that DC finished the series after issue 12, but we can always expect the future of Hellblazer in 2021.
Once and the future
Once & Future benefits from a strong premise and a one-two punch from a talented creative team. The series is inspired by the classic King Arthur story, finding ways to disappoint. This new series is easy for King Arthur fans and dark and entertaining fantasy stories, as it renders beautifully and is stunningly entertaining.
Something is killing the children
If you enjoy a monster-fueled horror story or a female protagonist kicking your ass, something is killing your kids. At the same time as the series is full of great atmosphere, it creates Erica Slaughter, the heroine of monster hunting, as the protagonist who truly bears the weight of her responsibility.
Superman’s Paljimy Olsen
The writer Matt Fraction remains busy with a variety of creator-owned projects, but his departure from Marvel left a big gap when it comes to stylish and irreverent superhero comics. Thankfully, Marvel’s defeat proved to be in the interests of DC, and Fraction and artist Steve Reaver brought about a wild rampage featuring Superman’s best companions.
Apart from this, Scott Snyder and Charles Soule are one of the top writers in the comics industry. Combine them and pair them with superstar artist Giuseppe Kamcoli to create Undiscovered Country, one of the best added to the Image lineup in recent memory. And given that it focuses on the plague-ravaged future world, the series couldn’t be any more timely in 2020.
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