I see that Anjin mentioned it but it's not on the list.
60. The Boys - Garth Ennis, Darick Robertson.
The Boys is the antithesis of a superhero comic. There are superheroes in it, but they do things that no self-respecting superhero would cop to, like going on a sex junket called Herogasm.
"You get what I like to think are very human characters set against a backdrop of hideous superhuman corruption. Hughie, Butcher, Annie, even MM and the two maniacs -- they're all damaged in their own way, but they all keep going and maintain their commitments to themselves and each other -- sometimes in the face of insurmountable odds.
"You also get 70-80 years of American history and politics, filtered through the notion of a superhero universe made real -- albeit an extremely dark vision of such a world.
"And when the action comes, it's not heavily choreographed martial arts elegance -- it's the kind of violence that occurs outside a bar at 3am, an ambush followed by often-unnecessary brutality. In other words it's what happens in the real world, because nobody's looking for -- or expecting -- a fair fight." -- Garth Ennis
Man, The Boys is awful. All of Ennis's worst writing traits and wafer thin characters.