- Action Comics V2
- All-Star Superman
- Animal Man
- Arkham Asylum: A serious house on serious earth
- Batman & Son
- Batman R.I.P
- Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne
- Batman Inc.
- Final Crisis
- Doom Patrol
- The Invisibles
Though he has admitted to be a fan of Alan Moore's work (except for Watchmen, he didn't like that one), Morrison doesn't miss a chance to trash Moore in his interviews. He famously accused him of plagiarism in an old Speakeasy column he wrote, and has declared that while Moore only wrote one Watchmen, he "writes one every week." Though most of his statements are not meant to be taken completely seriously, they serve as fuel to a seemingly unending war between both authors and, more prominently, their fans. Expect a thread in /co/ about Morrison to devolve into "lolno Moore is better" and viceversa.
Grant Morrison's Big Hypercrisis ThingEdit
In the late 90's, Grant Morrison and his fellow comics writer freind Mark Waid came up with an idea to solve the problems of stickey continuity called Hypertime. Although this was eventualy abandoned, it's influence continues to haunt the works of Grant Morrison and Geof Johns in books like Final Crisis, Blackest Night, Batman and Robin, Green Lantern, and even as early as Animal Man. Hypercrisis is the term used to describe this mega epic Grant has been writing at various DC books since coming back to DC in 2006. It's also known as his "Batman Epic"For more information, look at these pages.