Year is almost up, so what say you /co/?
Vision #1 though I would also nominate >>77745786
AXIS Carnage #2 and #3 came out in 2015, and it was absolutely fantastic.
And this was easily the best thing to come out of Secret wars for me personally.
Archie vs Predator
Godzilla in Hell
Probably my favorite new series of the year along with the various DCYou works in general. Hellboy verse too but I don't think those works are new to this year.
Comes down to three for me.
Darkseid War: GL #1
Sandman Overture #6
Multiversity Ultra Comics #1
Probably going with GL, but they're all damn good books.
Nothing else came close.
That "my father cut the sky open" and Hal being willing to give up the new ring box because he was human enough to know it wasn't for him to wield are some of the best Hal characterization we've had in years.
Ultra Comics #1
Archie vs. Predator #1-4
Godzilla In Hell #1-5 (with the first and last being the peaks, but the others being great as well)
Rebels #1-6 (after that it wasn't as great)
Mister X - Razed #1 (the other three were awesome, but not "best of the year" level)
whichever issues of Transformers vs. G.I. JOE came out this year
I suspect Andre the Giant has a chance of reaching that level, but I still haven't read it.
I liked how the story was more or less Parallax again, except Hal was emotionally stable and the god-power wasn't Fear incarnate.
Also, who doesn't like a Hal who is just smart enough to know he's too stupid to be a god?
Forgot about Convergence JSA #1&2 and to a lesser extent Convergence Shazam #1&2.
Both of those were awesome, but no one seems to talk about them anymore. JSA was such a fucking gut punch.
And best it how both Batman's issue and Hal's involved death of parents. King handled this one better, I think. Bruce's parents are meme levels by now.
Unless you hate Hal.
>Unless you hate Hal.
It's still a great issue even if you are a dumby who doesn't like him
I've actually seen several people who normally dislike him saying they liked him in this