In part one we looked at a whole host of comics for you to sink your teeth into,
Marvels first big cosmic event that didn’t have the words infinity in the title. What happens when a host of bugs annihilates the universe, a rag tag band of the heroes and villains from across the universe comes together to save the universe from annihilation.
Judge Dredd Complete Case files Volume One
A look at the early cases of the lawman of the future. Feel the thrill power build as you meet Judge Dredd and the world in which he lives. Read my review here.
Sandman: Preludes and Nocturnes
The first instalment of Neil Gaiman’s saga of the king of dreams and how his being impacts those both in dreams and in the waking world. Read my review here.
Take a great deal of superheroes from the public domain and then put them all together to form a super team, there you have Project Super Powers.
X-Men Messiah Complex
Mutants are dying out, they’re an endangered species, and then suddenly a new mutant is born, and then all hell breaks loose.
Nikolai Dante Too Cool To Kill
A Russian rogue, realises hes Romanov Royalty… in the future. This entitles him to some pretty cool weapons tech and puts him right at the heart of a lifestyle of immense intrigue and opulent luxury, all wrapped up in a sleazy charm and vodka soaked allurement. Read my review here.
Captain Atom: Armageddon
DC’s attempt at making its Wildstorm property more accessible to readers of its mainstream DC stuff, by taking a DC hero and throwing them into the deep end of the Wildstorm universe, just before it was rebooted.
Green Hornet Year One
A look at the first year of operations of the Green Hornet and his faithful manservant Kato as they route out crime and corruption whilst posing as the criminals themselves.
Forgotten heroes, erased from time, woken by the call of one of their own, Old heroes reimagined for the modern marvel universe all from the pen of legendary author Neil Gaiman and drawn by the equally legendary John Romita Jr.
The sequel to H G Well’s War Of The Worlds which sees the British Empire flourishing all with the help of reverse engineered Martian War Machines. Read my review here.
Join again tomorrow for part three of the 30 comic books and series that you should check out before you become 30 years old