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    Reader Poll: Best Post-Apocalyptic Comic Book

    By | August 11th, 2017
    Posted in Reader Poll | 3 Comments

    We try to be optimists around these parts, but the world is looking pretty scary right now, with threats of nuclear war seemingly being more real than they have been in a generation. While we hope to steer clear of any potential conflicts, we must admit that war, famine, and disease all make for good comics. In fact, the post-apocalyptic comic is a genre filled with some really outstanding books.

    So, in the spirit of gallows humor amid existential dread, we are asking: what’s your favorite post-apocalyptic comic? Vote in our poll below, and then sound off in the comments, defending your choice.

    What is the best post-apocalyptic comic?

    Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth0%
    Sweet Tooth0%
    Y: The Last Man0%
    The Walking Dead0%
    The Massive0%
    Wasteland0%
    Tank Girl0%
    East of West0%



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    • Zero2SixtyTimes

      Even though I voted for Y: The Last Man. My real choice would be Bishop, the last X-Man. That’s an underappreciated run with spectacular art by Georges Jeanty.

    • Mark Tweedale

      Hayao Miyazaki’s Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind. It’s one of the greatest comics ever published and in terms of page layouts it’s still the best I’ve ever read.

    • In terms of craft I give it to Y. In terms of realism and most likely scenario I have to go with The Massive.


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