Originally Posted by Terminal_83
Archie Meets the Punisher
Fantastic, would love to see Garth Ennis tackle that story.
Henry VIII (William Shakespeare and John Fletcher, 1613)
One of the less gripping Shakespeare plays, but still great stuff.
100 Bullets Vol.1: First Shot, Last Call (Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso, 2000)
Started reading this incredible series when it first started and I couldn't get past Vol.4. I started again a few years later and didn't get past Vol.7 simply because the next one hadn't been released so I just put it to the back of my mind. Now I've managed to collect all thirteen books and I can't wait to see how the story evolves. The first volume sets up the awesome premise and the first few characters really well, and amongst all the cool crime dialogue, betrayals and shootouts, Azzarello keeps his focus on characters (usually of the unfortunate kind), which is vital if you want an audience to enagage and relate to the story.