The list author says: "If you're like me, you love superhero comics. However, most times they feel fake or distant from actual humanity. I am a huge fan of comics that show the human factor of corruption and struggles that we go through every day."
"I know, it's out of print and hard to find even at its retail value. Still, this story is when a supervillian takes over the world. He struggles with his new vocation as emperor while trying to be a father to his daughter. Fantastic book. For mature readers"
"If not my favorite book ever, it's close. A supervillian is put under witness protection and given drugs to stop his powers. He soon finds out that his illegal drugs interfere with the others and he decides to go straight. For mature readers."
"It's a hard story to digest. A normal man is granted superpowers which corrupts him into doing horrible deeds (such as raping his sister in law). Another comic for mature readers but definitely thought provoking"
"I liked Wolverine as a kid but grew distant as I grew up. This story is fantastic. It is a similar setting to Unforgiven with Clint Eastwood except with Superheroes that have been defeated. Excellent story but incredibly violent."