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31 Days of Comics Master List

Our pal Seth Hahne, of GoodOKBad fame, came up with this 31 Days of Comics challenge, one of those things where each day of the month you’re given a different category that you then make a choice of a comic to fill that category.

Click on each day to see which comic that I chose and then feel free to share YOUR pick for that given category!

1. Your Favorite Comic

2. A Comic You Recommend to Everybody No Matter What

3. Great Adaptation or Remake of Another Work

4. First Comic Series You Seriously Pursued

5. A Great Love Story

6. Nonfiction Comic You’d Recommend to People Who Don’t Do Nonfiction

7. Your Comfort Comic

8. A Gorgeous Comic

9. A Comic That Totally Blew Your Mind

10. The Most Beautiful Scene in Any Comic

11. Old Comic You Love

12. Great Holiday Comic

13. Great Plot Twist

14. Comic That You Love That You’ll Never Read Again

15. A Comic That Makes You Smile

16. A Comic That Makes You Cry

17. A Comic That Reminds You of Someone

18. Comic That Deserves a Soundtrack

19. Comic That You Quote From

20. A Comic With Witty Dialogue

21. A Comic You Used to Love But Now Dislike

22. Comic That Makes You Wanna Have Sloppy Makeouts With Someone

23. First Comic You Ever Bought

24. A Comic That Made You Laugh

25. A Comic From a Favorite Creator

26. A Guilty Pleasure Comic

27. Comic You’ve Read the Most Times

28. Comic For Kids

29. Comic That Changed the Way You See the World

30. A Truly Smart Comic

31. A Comic You’d Hate to Leave Off a List of Comics

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For me:

1. Your Favorite Comic
Kabuki: The Alchemy (David Mack)

2. A Comic You Recommend to Everybody No Matter What
Secret Identity

3. Great Adaptation or Remake of Another Work
The Kickass movies

4. First Comic Series You Seriously Pursued
Heroes for Hire

5. A Great Love Story
Spider-man: One more day

6. Nonfiction Comic You’d Recommend to People Who Don’t Do Nonfiction
????? I don’t think i’ve read any good ones.

7. Your Comfort Comic
Changes with time, but currently its Mind MGMT.

8. A Gorgeous Comic
Blacksad or Black Orchid by Neil Gaiman

9. A Comic That Totally Blew Your Mind
Nemesis by Mark Millar

10. The Most Beautiful Scene in Any Comic
tough one. I like the symbolism with unwrapping a cube and developing the mind intrinsically which happens a few times in David Mack’s Kabuki the Alchemy.

11. Old Comic You Love
Days of future past.

12. Great Holiday Comic
Adventure time!

13. Great Plot Twist
The Wake. That whole 2nd part thing i was surprised with.

14. Comic That You Love That You’ll Never Read Again
Runaways. The first 2 volumes.

15. A Comic That Makes You Smile
Sex Criminals by Matt Fraction.

16. A Comic That Makes You Cry
Ultimate Spider-man: Cataclysm. or the 911 special

17. A Comic That Reminds You of Someone
Rat Queens. Those characters feel pretty real in terms of their dialogue.

18. Comic That Deserves a Soundtrack
Mind the Gap. Would be a interesting soundtrack.

19. Comic That You Quote From
Amazing Spider-man

20. A Comic With Witty Dialogue
Alias (sort of, i’ve already said Spider-man too many times, but anything Bendis has written is pretty witty)

21. A Comic You Used to Love But Now Dislike
Elektra

22. Comic That Makes You Wanna Have Sloppy Makeouts With Someone
Elektra probally. If Greg Horn is doing the covers.

23. First Comic You Ever Bought
“Chaos War” put out by Villant.

24. A Comic That Made You Laugh
Saga

25. A Comic From a Favorite Creator
Super Crooks by Mark Millar

26. A Guilty Pleasure Comic
Powers

27. Comic You’ve Read the Most Times
Some parts of Amazing Spider-man and Ultimate Spider-man

28. Comic For Kids
Takio

29. Comic That Changed the Way You See the World
Kabuki the Alchemy (yes this again).

30. A Truly Smart Comic
Manhattan Projects or Infinite Vacation

31. A Comic You’d Hate to Leave Off a List of Comics
Saga. But I’m sure I’m missing others

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