The best of the best of the year lists

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The best of the best of the year lists

Another day closer to 2011, another volley of best-of-2010 lists:

Entertainment Weekly‘s Ken Tucker includes Darwyn Cooke’s Parker: The Outfit, Joyce Farmer’s Special Exits and Greg Rucka and J.H. Williams’ Batwoman: Elegy on his list of the 10 best graphic novels and comics of 2010.

• MTV Geek rounds up a cross-section of comics creators, from Camilla d’Errico and Michel Fiffe to Paul Grist and Joe Eisma, to name their top three comics of the year.

• Comic Book Resources approaches the Top 25 in its rundown of the Top 100 comics of the year: #100-#76, #75-#51, #50-#26.

• Comics Alliance concludes its countdown of the best comics of 2010 with Adam Hines’ Duncan the Wonder Dog.

• In The Oklahoman, writer and retailer Matt Price names the 10 best graphic novels of the year, a list topped by Darwyn Cooke’s Parker: The Oufit and Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Scott Pilgrim, Vol. 6.

• Writing for Las Vegas Weekly, J. Caleb Mozzocco selects his top five comics of 2010: Lynda Barry’s Picture This, Pablo Holmberg’s Eden, Cathy Malkasian’s Temperance, Julia Gfrörer’s Flesh and Bone, and Jason’s Werewolves of Montpellier.

• At Savage Critics, Graeme McMillan names Justice League of America as his 2010 guilty pleasure.

• At Inside Pulse, Grey Scherl lists the Top 10 this Marvel did right in 2010.