i use to read them alot when i was younger with my cousin. but after i grew up and went to high school i completely stopped. i'm trying to get back into them but im worried that ill be too confused to know whats going on. can someone help me and set me on the right direction on what to read for spider-man, iron man, batman and deadpool? if you can i would greatly appericiate it. only real thing i know whats going on is that bruce wayne is dead and dick grayson is batman now. anything after that i have no idea.
It may be best to move away from Marvel and DC, and try something that you can collect from the beginning with its own self-contained story. Examples like Invinicible, Wolf-Man, Locke & Key and The Living Dead come to mind?
thanks man. i just picked up the first 19 issues in invincible iron man and the first issue of batman: return of Bruce Wayne. im gonna try and pick up the avengers reboot. i was actually trying to pick up blackest night over the summer but everywhere i went was sold up so im jus waiting like u said for hard cover. oh and i read killing joke a while ago it was amazing
I've recently just got back into comics myself. I'm 37 years old and was really big into collecting from high school through much of college but finally dropped off, probably mostly due to my overly embracing Image Comics which failed to provide enough continuity in releases to keep me interested in the hobby as a whole. Recently thanks to the LEOG podcast I've rekindled the flame due to my reading of the Blackest Night crossover. I have to say, I was enormously confused but one thing we do have now is Wikipedia which can be enormously helpful to help you quickly learn about the histories of specific characters.
I'll also second a recommendation for Walking Dead (but it's definitely an extremely dark and violent series).