See Which Marvel Comics Made Entertainment Weekly's Best of the Decade
Marvel Super Heroes new and old have made the list -- see if your favorites are among them!
All year long, Marvel.com has been looking back at 80 years of Marvel Comics -- now there's one more decade in the books, and for Marvel Comics, there were plenty of standouts! Entertainment Weekly took a look back at the comics of the 2010s, and Marvel had several titles on their list of the best.
Below, find out which Marvel titles made EW's list and read them today!
Written by Matt Fraction and Lee Allred, Art by Joe Quinones (pencils), Michael Allred (inks), and Laura Allred (colors)
EW: "This is the spinniest of spin-offs, colliding multiple strands of Four lore into a tie-in team featuring familiar icons (She-Hulk! Ant-Man!) and minor characters renewed with personality to spare (Artie, Leech, and the Moloids!)."
Written by Matt Fraction, Art by David Aja
EW: "Over the course of 22 issues, the Bed-Stuy-set series turned Clint Barton into an everyman and explored what he does when he’s not busy being an Avenger, while shining a much-needed spotlight on his compelling protégée, Kate Bishop."
HOUSE OF X/POWERS OF X (2019)
Written by Jonathan Hickman, Art by Pepe Larraz and R. B. Silva
EW: "Jonathan Hickman’s return to superhero comics with these parallel X-Men books took the industry by storm. It’s hard to remember the last time it felt like everyone on social media was feverishly reading the same comic every Wednesday and on pins and needles waiting for the next issue."
MS. MARVEL (2015)
Written by G. Willow Wilson, Various Artists
EW: "Kamala Khan is the best new Super Hero of the decade. ... She is an icon not just for Muslims and Pakistani-Americans so often denied pop culture representation, but also for 21st-century kids struggling to balance school responsibilities with their jobs and personal lives, and for people young and old trying to master control of their goofy bodies."
YOUNG AVENGERS (2013)
Written by Kieron Gillen, Art by Jamie McKelvie
EW: "YOUNG AVENGERS successfully illustrated the connective tissue between superheroes and this decade’s youth culture while leaving fans hungry for more."
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