Recommended Comics List Of 4 The Hog You Wanted Edition

1. Super Powers #2 from 1986 is set both in and out of DC's Superfriends & Superpowers team continuity. It has a very accessible story and is something I feel is okay to have a 5 or 6 year old look over. The comic's plot and internal logic are solid provide a decent read for anyone who can.

2. Sonic The Hedgehog #266 published this year (2014) is a decent read that moves the ongoing plot along while taking a bit of a break from it as well. However I hesitated on adding this comic to the list because it is a tiny bit "been there, done that" in regards to the villain's new plan. So take this recommendation with a grain of salt.

3. The cover to 1981's Madame Xanadu #1 is recommended for those learning how to draw something that is busy, yet organized and enigmatic. It portrays both the concept and characters that are defining the issue. You have horror, death, mystery and mysticism represented in a way that makes potential buyers take notice.

4. Finally we have 1991's Flash #54 which puts Wally West out of his comfort zone, while also playing off the phrase and subtitle "Nobody Dies." It is also recommended for those trying to learn how to write good supporting characters and one-shots. Learning how to draw proportions in a way that is not hyper-stylized can also be done while enjoying this comic.


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