After much deliberation, they’re finally here – my personal Top 10 fantasy comics (as of right now). After honorable mentions, ruthless eliminations, pedantic disqualifications, and much more in my previous videos, here are ten of my favourite comics (actually fifteen, but who’s counting? Definitely not me…), and my very personal reasons why. Featuring dozens upon dozens of sneak peeks and much, much talk.

Other videos of mine that may be of interest:

Part 1 of this video here:

Honorable mentions (Part 0) video here:

Perhaps the Best Comic You’ve Never Heard Of?

Buy these books here (Amazon affiliate links. And spoilers!)

Fables Deluxe Edition Book One:
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Jubilee Hardcover:
The Complete Elfquest Vol 1:
Beautfiul Darkness:
The Lagoon:
The Order of the Stick Vol 1:
Dungeon Twilight: 3-in-1 Set:
The Lost Boy:
Children of the Sea Vol 1:
Sailor Twain, or, The Mermaid in the Hudson:
The Motherless Oven:

Check out all our ‘list’ videos, including Top 10s and Top 5s and other Tops!

Our complete comics collection mega-episode Shelf Tour!

More introductions and reviews of some of my my favourite comics:

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It looks, feels, plays and pays like sports betting, why is fantasy betting legal then?

the US government signed the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act
(UIGEA) into law in September 2006, they “carved out” three sub
industries: lotteries, horse racing and fantasy sports. They deemed
fantasy sports to be contests of skill rather than those of chance or
luck. This paved the way for people to be able to legally pay entry
fees and collect winnings on their fantasy sports games, allowing fantasy betting
to be legal, making fans very happy. And now that the government is
being strict in betting and casinos, taking down all websites that go
with it, it is expected that followers of online betting and casinos
will definitely move on to fantasy sports.

The law set
forth certain criteria that define what constitutes a fantasy sports
contest. These criteria include a fantasy contest that must involve at
least two “real world” events, and the prize must be pre-determined
prior to entry and cannot be based on the number of participants. A
contest can be set up in such a way that both the number of participants
required and the prize awarded are predetermined. A good example is,
“This will be a 12-person contest with a $20 entry fee and a prize of
$200.” If that contest does not reach the required 12 people, then it
can be canceled before it even begins.

UIGEA never
detailed the length of a fantasy contest, although fantasy sports are
considered season-long journeys, partial season leagues have been formed
in recent years. What’s been done is daily and weekly fantasy sports
websites reduced the length of a season to a single day or a weekend.
In some cases, you will even find contests that only involve a portion
of the day’s games. These kinds of games gather lots of followers too,
as some people don’t want or don’t even have time for season-long
commitments. They just want to have fun or win money in a short period
of time.

So now, you can proceed with confidence that
you are not doing illegal as a player. Play and win contests with the
comforting thought that you are dealing with real legit people based in
the United States. There are sites that run daily or weekly fantasy
sports contests. If you are just new in the world of fantasy betting,
then you should choose these kinds of leagues. You don’t have to be in
a season-long commitment here. Select your game, and then draft your
team using current active players. When the day is over, so is the
game. The winners are paid after. This is a skill-based daily fantasy
sports gamePsychology Articles, not gambling.