I don’t have a Best Of or a Top 100 list, but I did rattle off a bunch of stuff I really liked this year in this interview I did. Below is the excerpt in question but with links. Click ‘em all and let your taste sort ‘em out:
"It’s been a busy year so I haven’t read as many comics as I normally do. But the few I have include Lee Weeks drawing 3 parts of Daredevil in the snow; it was gorgeous (but could’ve been a tight single issue, story-wise). Oily Comics put out great stuff pretty consistently, like Chuck Forsman’s Teen Creeps, but my absolute favorite is Real Rap by Benjamin Urkowitz. I hunted those things down whenever I’d miss one. I suck, I should’ve subscribed. Youth In Decline released two real badass Frontier comics: Uno Morales and Hellllllen Jo. Those two are my favorite artists right now, god stab their eyes. I really dug Ed Piskor’s Hip Hop Family Tree, which I preferred to read in print and not on screen. Conversely, I preferred Tom Scioli’s web version of Satan’s Soldier. The screen really highlights the warped technicolor aspect of the strip. Either way, a fun read. Speaking of amazing webcomics, Connor Willumsen continually makes them. Newsarama readers may recognize him from his Punisher one-shot a while back. I’m a big sucker for anything by Dieter VDO. He’s a treasure. Angie Wang is such a great artist and her color work is an inspiration. Same goes for Dash Shaw; New School took it a level further. Giannis Milonogiannis can do no wrong, except have a tumblr that drives me nuts with envy. I’m the first to champion a writer/artist, so I really, really tried to get into Aaron Kuder’s Superman issue. Liked the cover, liked the art. Lala Albert draws the best profiles. Chris Mooneyham draws the best under-nose shadows.  Brett Lewis and Cliff Chang did a short story in that Witching Hour anthology. Chang’s scratchy side is a nice welcome and Lewis… well, Lewis is one of comic’s best writers. Was he blacklisted or something? That guy can write anything and I’d be on board. Give that man an Avatar book. Pat Auliso and Josh Bayer combined forces to make The Greater Good, a comic about Steve Ditko and yes, it was a goddamn hoot. The Private Eye by BKV and Marcos Martin I have to catch up on, but what I’ve read is great. Same thing with Catalyst Comix. Joe Casey’s the right guy to make these properties interesting and recruiting McDaid, Farinas, and Maybury only helps the cause. Matt Seneca’s latest, Minotaur, is his best yet. Sloane Leong, she does it all and does it well. I recently discovered the work of Dave Ortega, but what can I say? It’s compelling stuff and I look forward to more. Anyone who says comics are crappy or dead have no idea what they’re talking about. Except Alan Moore. He’s exempt, as he’s usually right about such things.”

I don’t have a Best Of or a Top 100 list, but I did rattle off a bunch of stuff I really liked this year in this interview I did. Below is the excerpt in question but with links. Click ‘em all and let your taste sort ‘em out:

"It’s been a busy year so I haven’t read as many comics as I normally do. But the few I have include Lee Weeks drawing 3 parts of Daredevil in the snow; it was gorgeous (but could’ve been a tight single issue, story-wise). Oily Comics put out great stuff pretty consistently, like Chuck Forsman’s Teen Creeps, but my absolute favorite is Real Rap by Benjamin Urkowitz. I hunted those things down whenever I’d miss one. I suck, I should’ve subscribed. Youth In Decline released two real badass Frontier comics: Uno Morales and Hellllllen Jo. Those two are my favorite artists right now, god stab their eyes. I really dug Ed Piskor’s Hip Hop Family Tree, which I preferred to read in print and not on screen. Conversely, I preferred Tom Scioli’s web version of Satan’s Soldier. The screen really highlights the warped technicolor aspect of the strip. Either way, a fun read. Speaking of amazing webcomics, Connor Willumsen continually makes them. Newsarama readers may recognize him from his Punisher one-shot a while back. I’m a big sucker for anything by Dieter VDO. He’s a treasure. Angie Wang is such a great artist and her color work is an inspiration. Same goes for Dash Shaw; New School took it a level further. Giannis Milonogiannis can do no wrong, except have a tumblr that drives me nuts with envy. I’m the first to champion a writer/artist, so I really, really tried to get into Aaron Kuder’s Superman issue. Liked the cover, liked the art. Lala Albert draws the best profiles. Chris Mooneyham draws the best under-nose shadows.  Brett Lewis and Cliff Chang did a short story in that Witching Hour anthology. Chang’s scratchy side is a nice welcome and Lewis… well, Lewis is one of comic’s best writers. Was he blacklisted or something? That guy can write anything and I’d be on board. Give that man an Avatar book. Pat Auliso and Josh Bayer combined forces to make The Greater Good, a comic about Steve Ditko and yes, it was a goddamn hoot. The Private Eye by BKV and Marcos Martin I have to catch up on, but what I’ve read is great. Same thing with Catalyst Comix. Joe Casey’s the right guy to make these properties interesting and recruiting McDaidFarinas, and Maybury only helps the cause. Matt Seneca’s latest, Minotaur, is his best yet. Sloane Leong, she does it all and does it well. I recently discovered the work of Dave Ortega, but what can I say? It’s compelling stuff and I look forward to more. Anyone who says comics are crappy or dead have no idea what they’re talking about. Except Alan Moore. He’s exempt, as he’s usually right about such things.”