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Anything was up for grabs in the ComicScene Top 2020 comics – new UK & US comics, reprints, indie comics, online comics and more. So here we go with your top 10 comics as voted by you.
JUST OUTSIDE THE NUMBER 10 SPOT!
PULP BY ED BRUBAKER AND SEAN PHILLIPS
One of our particular favourites this year and reviewed on the ComicScene website here
The Hulk remains a popular character, particularly to UK readers. This series from Al Ewing was one of your ComicScene Award Winners of 2019.
Eagerly awaited new comic from Pat Mills and we hear a big seller hits number nine in your chart. Here’s the ComicScene Review
A late entry to newsagent shelves and available from GetMyComics or as part of the ComicScene Club (£15 Silver Age Membership) this indie anthology made its mark with you before the end of 2020.
ROK OF THE REDS
John Wagner and Dan Cornwell bring you the sequel to Rok of the Reds and it scored well in your chart. Here’s our ComicScene Review
ANIMORPHS GRAPHIC NOVEL
Eisner Award nominated cartoonist Chris Grine brings you a graphic novel based on the books by KA Applegate and Michael Grant.
THE BOYS – DEAR BECKY
One of our one’s to watch early in the year from Garth Ennis and Russ Braun. It’s The Boys – Dear Becky from Dynamite.
THE JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE
Celebrating 30 years the Megazine hit a significant milestone and creatively was kicking it out the park according to ComicScene readers.
Alan Holloway and Ed Doyle were inspired by Starblazer and became a fan favourite during 2020. They pipped the Megazine by one vote to hit our top three spot. Here’s a review of issue 4
A homage to the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic The 77 was another fan favourite during 2020, ending the year with a lovely wraparound cover by Lew Stringer who won a ComicScene Award in 2019. We wrote about all the great anthologies that came to you in 2020 here
Celebrating 43 years, inspiring many comic readers, creators and publications there can only be one winner. Lots of comments on how the Covid Thrill Suckers didn’t stop this title from giving you a weekly dose of thrill power. This news about the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic will give Tharg a well needed smile today! We give you your ComicScene Comic of 2020 winner – 2000AD!