2017 marked the 25th anniversary of Squirrel Girl, and the third year of her unbeatable comic, which remains hilarious and heartwarming.
Tillie Walden’s sci-fi/fantasy story On A Sunbeam shows that some of the best work in the medium is being done in webcomics.
Dan Slott, Mike and Laura Allred said goodbye to Silver Surfer in 2017, and gave the perfect ending to the book's cosmic romance.
The characters of John Allison and Max Sarin's Giant Days went through some growing pains this year, and that only made the series better.
Tom King and Mitch Gerads' Mister Miracle both brilliantly revitalizes DC's New Gods, and has a lot to say about real-life mental health issues.
Writer Kelly Thompson and artists Leonardo Romero and Michael Walsh maintained the Hawkeye legacy, with Kate Bishop as the lead.
Jordie Bellaire & Vanesa del Rey's Redlands is a uniquely crafted and macabre story of feminism, and one of Image's best debuts in 2017.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo show the right way to do a superhero event story in DC Comics' Dark Nights: Metal.
Brian Michael Bendis and Davis Marquez's Defenders provided excellent street-level action, and a tough act for the Netflix show to follow.
Emil Ferris' My Favorite Thing is Monsters is a beautiful, intricately designed graphic novel, and stands as one of the great works of the medium.
It's been a big year for Batman, thanks to Tom King and the series' multiple artists pushing the Caped Crusader forward.