COMIC Graphic novel reccomendations?

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  1. XTREME COCKSUCKER

    XTREME COCKSUCKER New Member

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    I just started reading The Watchmen, and it's fucking sick. Anything else out there that's on the same level? I plan on getting Batman Year One and The Killing Joke this week, and Red Son fairly soon as well. Are there any really good Hulk graphic novels? He's always been one of my favorite superheroes.
     
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    Pretty much anything with Peter David's name on it is a sure thing for the Hulk, and you should check out all the Planet Hulk stuff that just came out. Even though WWH was disappointment, it starts off really well.
     
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    ive given this book to 4 people. everytime the person returns the book i get the same answer

    'comics can be that good?'

    oen of my chick friends cried at the end :o
     
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    Preacher is a great trip as well
     
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    Finished Watchmen, about to finish Kingdom Come, then onto the Batman novels. Can't decide between Preacher, Sandman, or League of Extraordinary Gentlemen next. Any other opinions?
     
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    Sandman is probably the greatest collection of stories, but preacher is a great read as well. Sandman is quite a bit longer though, so it depends I guess.
     
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    sandman is amazing but it peeters out in the final act
     
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    It's a TPB but... If you haven't read The Walking Dead, I suggest it, I bought a couple TPB's as gifts for Christmas last year.
     
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    its pretty cool, written by garth ennis (preacher) only 2 books out now tho:sad2:
     
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    Watchmen, sick? Anyway, I recommend From Hell, also by Alan Moore. It's about Jack the Ripper, and that is sick.
     
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