July Feature #2: Popular Over the Past Year

Kevin Featured Comics • Jul 8, 2021


Since we recently rolled out our new reading experience, we thought it was a good time to also utilize our new popularity algorithm to share some of the most popular comics over the past year. It's no surprise that these stories also have some of the most views on GlobalComix in that timeframe, but that's not the only thing the algorithm looks at. Whether these comics are completely new to you, or something you've already enjoyed in the past, it's a great time to give them a read.

Let us know your thoughts on this type of feature. It's a new one that we're trying out, so we'd love to hear your feedback on it. Would you like to see more recaps of what's popular? Would you rather see the timing be something more recent, like the past week or 30 days? Let us know in the comments!



1. Jack Irons: The Steel Cowboy, 72 pages - Published by IronVerse Comics, (cc/ @IronVerseComics)

An immortal man with memories of prior reincarnations wanders through Galactic Armageddon seeking Freedom, and Purpose.

Story and Art by IronVerse Comics



2. Year Zero, 216 pages - Published by AWA Studios, (cc/ @WillGraves)

Ben Percy (Wolverine) and Ramon Rosanas (Star Wars: Age of Resistance) team up to present an epic tale that offers a global look at the Zombie Apocalypse. A Japanese hitman, a Mexican street urchin, an Afghan military aide, a Polar research scientist, a midwestern American survivalist – five survivors of a horrific global epidemic who must draw upon their unique skills.

Story and Art by Benjamin Percy, Frank Martin, Juan Jose Ryp, Lee Loughridge, Ramon Rosanas



3. Broken Gargoyles, 194 pages - Published by Source Point Press, (cc/ @TravisM)

In this Dieselpunk post-WWI mini-series, two men come home from the war scarred and forgotten. One man is looking for redemption as the other looks for revenge. Both are on a collision course toward each other and nothing can stop them.

Story and Art by Bob Salley and Stan Yak



4. Infinite Dark, 259 pages - Published by Top Cow, (cc/ @vincelongo)

The universe ended, but onboard the void station Orpheus, a skeleton crew of humanity survived: the last two thousand souls, waiting for a second big bang that may never come. Now, two years into their voyage, Security Director Deva Karrell investigates the station's first murder—and the otherworldly motives behind it.

Story and Art by Top Cow



5. BounD, 69 pages - Published by Hexapus Ink, (cc/ @BounD)

When Seth appears to Natalia, he reveals a part of the universe that is unraveling and threatens what is left of mankind. - Natalia will have to accept the dark realities around her before she can save herself. --- BounD is a twelve chapter graphic novel.---

Story and Art by Hexapus Ink