I know I've said it a lot, but Walking Dead is worth a read for sure. I know it's mainstream (which sounds like you didn't want but I'll say it anyway) - FF is good right now.
So lately I decided to venture outside my comfort zone on what I read. I grew up on my convential superheroes such as Superman and Batman so naturally when I got into the actual comics I gravitated to their books, which the odd exceptions being Hellblazer and a few others.
So anyway my point is that I decided to try out new books away from the convential superhero genre. I have heard good things about Lone Ranger from the podcast so I plan on picking that up. I am also giving Locke and Key and CVO from IDW a try aswell as Joe Hill's The Cape mini-series.
So basically I just want to get some recommendations from people on some books I could try out.
Last edited by Jbreeny; Tuesday, June 28, 2011 at 09:59 AM.
For non-superhero fare, I recommend:
Criminal (from Marvel)
Usagi Yojimbo (Dark Horse)
I personally think if you're up for a laugh and don't see it as blasphemy (I could see some would take issue to it), that Kirkman's Battle Pope is a good little read. Its got guns, girls, monsters, explosions, demons and the catholic holy father kickin' ass.
i would recommend Atomic Robo, Days Missing and Fallen Angel
There is even more on the spike tv site too. Its pretty close to the comic too