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Wrapping our week-long celebration of the best comics of 2011, the CBR staff lays out their picks for the ten best comics of the 2011 including fan favorite monthlies, legendary art comics makers and web-powered wunderkinds.
CBR's penultimate entry in the week-long countdown of the best comics of 2011 brings massive superhero relaunches, intense and personal graphic novels, true crime drama and candy-coated kids comics.
The countdown of the best comics of the year continues as the CBR staff highlights exceptional sci-fi serials, new and established voices in the world of art comics, the most surprising mature readers titles out there and more.
CBR's countdown of the best comics offered in 2011 continues with the year's most innovative digital comic, critically acclaimed vampire serials, culture clash crossovers, groundbreaking manga and inventive superheroics.
In the first part of our year-end tradition, CBR's staff unleashes a list of the coolest comics of the year including controversial graphic novels, reborn vigilante series, cutting edge horror comics and old favorites reborn.