2015 was an outstanding year for comics; a year of great books by amazing talents, both new and established. But what were the highlights? We’re asking you to pick the best comics, creators, and more in 2015.

This poll is your chance to vote for best comedy comic of 2015, and it's by far the biggest genre category in these awards. Comedy is thriving in comics in a way that's rarely acknowledged, and these comics represent a wonderful breadth of tastes and styles. These are the comic comics; but which one really tickles your funny bone?

The nominees for best comedy comic are D4VE2, by Ryan Ferrier, Valentin Ramon, and others (IDW); Deadpool, by Gerry Duggan, Brian Posehn, Salvador Espin, Val Staples, and others (Marvel); Giant Days, by John Allison, Lissa Treiman, Whitney Cogar, Jim Campbell, and others (Boom); God Hates Astronauts, by Ryan Browne, Jordan Boyd, Chris Crank, and others (Image); Hank Johnson Agent of HYDRA, by David Mandel, Michael Walsh, Matthew Wilson, and others (Marvel); Kaptara, by Chip Zdarsky, Kagan McLeod, and Becka Kinzie (Image); Giant Size Little Marvel: AvX, by Skottie Young and Jean-Francois Beaulieu (Marvel); M.O.D.O.K. Assassin, by Christopher Yost, Amilcar Pinna, Terry Pallot, Rachelle Rosenberg, and others (Marvel); Prez, by Mark Russell, Ben Caldwell, Mark Morales, Jeremy Lawson and others (DC); Quantum & Woody Must Die, by James Asmus, Steve Lieber, Dave McCaig, Dave Lanphear and others (Valiant); Rick & Morty, by Zac Gorman, CJ Cannon, Ryan Hill, Marc Ellerby, Crank, and others (Oni); Sex Criminals, by Matt Fraction, Chip Zdarsky, and others (Image); Sexcastle, by Kyle Starks (Image); Skullkickers, by Jim Zub, Edwin Huang, Misty Coats, Marshall Dillon, Kevin Ragnall, and others (Image); Teen Dog, by Jake Lawrence (Boom Box); and Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, by Ryan North, Erica Henderson, Rico Renzi, and others (Marvel).



Check out covers for all the nominees in this gallery:



Voting is open until midnight EST on Sunday December 13. Vote in the other Best of 2015 polls here.

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