List of Best 7 Digital Comics of All Time
1. Batman: Curse of the White Knight
This is one of the best Batman stories of all time. Joker escapes from Arkham with help from the crooked warden. Next, the White Knight is reading Alfred’s letter. After he passes away, Bruce is still tormented by the events and loss of his father figure, but he seems to be moving on and finally feels it’s time to look for the gift Alfred mentions in the letter. Finding an old book titled Edmond Wayne dated 1685 finally, Batman and Dick Grayson argue about whether now is the time to reveal his identity
2. Doomsday Clock
Doomsday Clock series starts with the Watchmen world finding out that Adrian Veidt manufactured the alien squid invasion so that the world would unite against the common threat. However, when they find this out, the world starts to destroy itself. Once again, and even though we already knew Dr. Manhattan was responsible for the changes in the DCU and the multiverse, in this series, we see him fully admit he’s the one responsible for meddling with the DC timelines and changing things within it. He’s the one responsible for flashpoint and the new 52. the one responsible for the original Wally West being written out of existence, and he’s why Superman’s earth parents, John and Martha Kent, were killed.
3. The Immortal Hulk
Debuted in the summer of 2018, it’s a relatively new series focusing on Bruce Banner from 2006 through 2018. The writer, Greg Pak, had written Hulk, including such milestones as Planet Hulk, World War Hulk, and the introduction of a new Hulk, Amadeus Cho, the incredible Hulk. Marvel had killed off Bruce Banner at the beginning of Civil War 2 in 2016. shortly after Amadeus Cho took over, obviously that didn’t stick, but this isn’t an episode talking about death in comics and how impermanent that can be.
This book helps look back at the prior relationship that Captain America and Namor had with the original Human Torch and the Winter Soldier. The story starts with Namor in the middle of a fight in Europe during World War Two. He’s pushing himself to limits. He’s fighting and struggling because he’s trying to do too much. He’s trying to save everybody. A guy he knows, Randall, gets hit, and he’s trying to keep him. Namor is getting out of the water for too long. He dehydrates at an accelerated rate. It’s right after we find out that he’s pushed himself too far, and it ends up costing his life.
5. Letter 44
This is set in the present day, and it’s set in America and focuses on a new presidential election and a new president called Stephen blades, who’s just come into his new office. He follows a substandard eight years of the previous term by a previous president. On the surface, he seems he’s neglected the American people and invested a lot into foreign wars that have not benefited the people at home. However, we don’t see the long-term goal behind why the previous president has done this. It then leads into this side by element whereby the president first comes into the office and finds a letter on his desk entitled letter 44. It lets him know that there is a foreign presence in our solar system that we don’t know anything about.
6. Superman: Year One
The latest release from DC, a black label and the more mature line for DC Comics, are Superman: Year One by Frank Miller and John Romita Jr. it’s both funny and underwhelming and goes past expectations at the same time. The reason why it is so is that not much happens. This isn’t a year one story; this is more a Year Zer