List Of My Personal Top 15 Best Comic Media From 2015

Note: You can thank the Valiant Entertainment PR Staff for the idea of this Best Of 2015 list, and the other annual lists I will be doing in the future. That being said Valiant had no other influence on the creation of this list. Links to some previous posts that give my initial reasoning will be found by clicking on certain titles. This list contains comic books and media related to comics. Finally 1 is the high and 15 is the bottom.

1. Tower25 by PJ Patten is a great example of what comic books can be, and that major companies are not always the best when it comes to creative relevance.

2. The series Imperium from Valiant is a brilliant example of how to show the real impact super powered and alien beings would have on the world. There are too many good reasons so I have provided the label in the labels section for you to choose an Imperium review from.

3. It is a tie between the Netflix/Marvel shows Daredevil & Jessica Jones. The former for showing how much complexity live action villains can have when the right cast and crew are chosen. Jessica Jones is chosen for the complexity and strength of its females and non-caucasian characters.

4. King Tiger Issue 1 to 4 from Dark Horse. Just great work that I would like to see continued sometime within the next two years.

5. The Art Of He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe regular edition published by Dark Horse with the help of several others. Selected for its beautiful presentation. It is very comprehensive in its collection of art, interviews, information. Although I am kind of biased on this one because I am a long time fan who grew up on the Filmation VHS tapes.

6. Divinity for its outstanding art. Also for providing an original feel to the standard human with god powers story idea.

7. Howard The Duck Issue 1 from before Marvel's Secret Wars (2015) is a great example of what can be done with a corporate character when the right creative team is let loose on the book. Spoilers! Also Peter Parker breaking down crying. End Spoilers!

8. Doctor Who series 9, with the exception of the episode "Sleep No More," is a vast improvement over the various story weaknesses of Series 8.

9. Long Distance issues 1-4 created by Thomas Zahler and published by IDW. It has realistic dialogue and various kinds of relationships. Also an interesting color scheme. Finally the constant references to other things such as a way to open a wine bottle with a shoe.

10. The 2015 updates to the webcomic Least I Could Do have provided several great moments of adult satire, especially this year's "Con Tales."

11. The Girl Meets World season 2 episode entitled "Girl Meets Teacher" for promoting teaching methods involving comic books. I also think it did a good job at promoting the idea that students are not nameless or faceless.

12. Ivar, Time Walker for its potential for fun involving time travel, and the great stories it has had so far.

13. Ninjak for its epic narrative involving a singular character, and the obvious love the writer has for the title character.

14. The Atop The Fourth Wall Movie for its thoughts on life and various references. I mean it has a box label referencing Nappa from Dragon Ball Z.

15. Lumber Janes Beyond Bayleaf #1 published by Boom Studios is fun to read and self-contained for the most part.

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