My Thirteen Favorite Comics of 2016

It turns out when you're not primarily a critic, you don't have to justify your selections with long-winded explanations. You just throw a list up! So, here's my favorite comics from 2016, the books I looked forward to reading the most or, in a totally subjective way, the kind of stuff that I think comics should be doing as a medium. 

1) Starve by Brian Wood & Danijel Zezelj (Image)
2) Lazarus by Greg Rucka & Michael Lark (Image)
3) The Autumnlands by Kurt Busiek & Benjamin Dewey (Image) 
4) House of Penance by Peter J. Tomasi & Ian Bertram (Dark Horse)
5) Nod Away by Joshua Cotter (Fantagraphics)
6) Three Sisters by Ingrida Picukane (Kus! Comics)
7) Laid Waste by Julia Gfrorer (Fantagraphics)
8) Britannia by Peter Milligan & Juan Jose Ryp (Valiant)
9) Deadly Class by Rick Remender & Wes Craig (Image)
10) Sheriff of Babylon by Tom King & Mitch Gerads (DC/Vertigo) 
11) The Vision by Tom King & Gabriel Walta (Marvel)
12) Manifest Destiny by Chris Dingess & Matthew Roberts (Image)
13) Shipwreck by Warren Ellis & Phil Hester (AfterShock)


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