The Sci-fi and Fantasy Genre

Sci-fi and Fantasy GenreIf your imagination knows no bounds and you yearn for otherworldly adventures, then the sci-fi and fantasy genre is calling your name. Prepare to lose yourself in magical realms, travel through time and space, and encounter strange creatures beyond your wildest dreams. From the futuristic dystopias of “Blade Runner” to the enchanting worlds of “The Lord of the Rings,” sci-fi and fantasy comics will transport you to unimaginable places and ignite the spark of wonder within your soul.



Top 25 Best-Selling Comic Series Titles Of The Sci-fi and Fantasy Genre:

  1. “Saga” (Image Comics): An epic space opera/fantasy series by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples.
  2. “Sandman” (Vertigo/DC Comics): A fantasy series weaving mythology and literature by Neil Gaiman.
  3. “Akira” (Kodansha): A post-apocalyptic cyberpunk manga by Katsuhiro Otomo.
  4. “Star Wars” (Marvel Comics): Based on the beloved sci-fi franchise.
  5. “Fables” (Vertigo/DC Comics): Bill Willingham’s series about fairy tale characters living in the modern world.
  6. “Descender” (Image Comics): A space opera by Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen focused on robots and AI.
  7. “Black Science” (Image Comics): A dimension-hopping adventure by Rick Remender and Matteo Scalera.
  8. “Monstress” (Image Comics): A dark fantasy series by Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda.
  9. “East of West” (Image Comics): A dystopian sci-fi/western series by Jonathan Hickman and Nick Dragotta.
  10. “Paper Girls” (Image Comics): A time-traveling adventure by Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang.
  11. “Transmetropolitan” (Vertigo/DC Comics): A cyberpunk series by Warren Ellis and Darick Robertson.
  12. “Locke & Key” (IDW Publishing): A horror/fantasy series by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodríguez.
  13. “Prophet” (Image Comics): Brandon Graham’s reinvention of the ’90s character into a sprawling space epic.
  14. “B.P.R.D.” (Dark Horse Comics): A spin-off from “Hellboy,” delving deeper into the paranormal and apocalyptic threats.
  15. “Seven to Eternity” (Image Comics): A fantasy series by Rick Remender and Jerome Opeña.
  16. “Rat Queens” (Image Comics): A comedic fantasy series by Kurtis J. Wiebe about a group of adventuring women.
  17. “Y: The Last Man” (Vertigo/DC Comics): A post-apocalyptic series by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra.
  18. “The Wicked + The Divine” (Image Comics): A fantasy series by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie where gods are reincarnated as pop stars.
  19. “The Incal” (Humanoids): A sci-fi series by Alejandro Jodorowsky and Moebius.
  20. “Planetary” (Wildstorm/DC Comics): Warren Ellis and John Cassaday’s series investigating the world’s secret history.
  21. “Low” (Image Comics): An underwater sci-fi tale by Rick Remender and Greg Tocchini.
  22. “Hellboy” (Dark Horse Comics): Mike Mignola’s series about a demon paranormal investigator.
  23. “Lazarus” (Image Comics): A dystopian series set in a future ruled by families, by Greg Rucka and Michael Lark.
  24. “The Expanse” (BOOM! Studios): A comic adaptation/expansion of the popular sci-fi book series and TV show.
  25. “Trees” (Image Comics): A sci-fi series by Warren Ellis and Jason Howard about mysterious alien pillars that have landed on Earth.

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