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#51 Edited by lykopis (10868 posts) - - Show Bio


Considering I only recently learned about Wood (Lobdell hasn't impressed me in a long while so he wouldn't have made my list), your question is weighing heavily on my mind. As a comic affecionado, I love Wood's work -- from Local (so amazing) to Conan and others (Mara) and of course, the adjectiveless X-Men. Wood's depiction of all his characters - not just the female ones - I appreciated, and his outspokeness in the past about gender issues (both in the comics themselves and in the creating of them) has been negated to an extent. I just feel a deep sadness over this to be honest. I genuinely feel very let down.

Wood is an amazing writer. But for me, this will affect my support of him.

#52 Edited by MideonNViscera (408 posts) - - Show Bio

I really like most of what Remender does. Aaron wrote Scalped so I gotta include him. I liked Y the Last Man and love Saga so also Brian K. Vaughn. There's other great writers but these 3 spring to mind right now.

#53 Posted by Lvenger (24319 posts) - - Show Bio

Brian Azzarello, Tom Waltz, Jason Aaron, Justin Jordan, Mark Waid and Greg Pak are some of my favourite current comic writers at the moment.

#54 Posted by SavageDragon (2257 posts) - - Show Bio

Ed Brubaker, Kurt Busiek, Greg Rucka, Brian K Vaughan, John Hickman, Scott Snyder

#55 Posted by Fallschirmjager (20315 posts) - - Show Bio

...everyone who writes at Image and Valiant?

seriously, those guys have killed it this year. I was reading almost no indie books before this year now im reading double digits :p

#56 Posted by Experio (18208 posts) - - Show Bio

Jason Aaron

Geoff Johns

Jeff Lemire

Jonathan Hickman

#57 Posted by QueenCorp15 (1058 posts) - - Show Bio

Right now it be

Mark waid

Brian k vaughn

Scott snyder

Jeff lemire

Matt fraction

......an hopefully warren ellis soon for moon knight

#58 Edited by Moonchilde (1632 posts) - - Show Bio

@tupiaz said:

@squalleon said:
  • Scott Lobdell.
  • Ann Nocenti
  • Tony S Daniel

These are legends....

Read Ann Nocenti's Daredevil?

Many have told me that it is excellent but one good work over 5 atrocious ones aren't a sign of a good writer.

Scott Lobdell had a legendary Xmen run in the 90s but that's it, everything else is mediocre at best.

Even his X-Men run is mediocre.

#59 Edited by Battle_Forum_Junkie (10324 posts) - - Show Bio

Grant Morrison, Mark Waid and Ed Brubaker come to mind.

#60 Posted by RustyRoy (15012 posts) - - Show Bio

Morrison, Waid, Azz, Tomasi, Fraction.

#61 Posted by TDK_1997 (16111 posts) - - Show Bio

Chris Yost,Greg Pak,Robert Kirkman,Brian Azzarello and others.

#62 Posted by RDClip (1764 posts) - - Show Bio

No love for Jimmy Palmiotti?