I may list more in general, but some of the best I can list on the basis than I can give more than just say "It's good/cool/etc".
1. Batman '66: Captured the fun and simplistic appeal of the Silver Age comics while making it good the self awareness of the tv series, plus stories done in one issues.
2. Star Trek (Kelvinverse) #1-60 and Star Trek Boldly Go #1-18: Expands on the continuity of Kelvinverse trilogy and even before the third film had more of a Classic Trek feel without feeling like a TOS retread.
3. Mega Man (Archie Comics): Maintains the fun factor of the Classic Series games and still went with a storyline that was arguably on par with X. Really the only thing bad that could be said is that the game based stories needed work on the pacing.
4. Power Rangers (Mighty Morphin and Go Go): Kind of similar to Mega Man in that it does make for an entertaining read despite knowing the likely outcome of the cast based on the main continuity, but I suppose that was the point of the following to After the Grid.