Friday, April 26, 2013

Graphic Novels

They're Not Just for Kids
Bet your kids love Lunch Lady, Bone, Dragon Puncher, BabymouseZita the Spacegirl or Guinea Pig : Pet Shop Private Eye, to name a few. Younger readers might also consider latest entries from The Muppets or DC Comics Super-Pets series.

This Being Said...
There are also many great graphic novels for tweens, teens, or adults. Here's a quick list of titles for fans of the genre, ready to go or soon to arrive, classics included. As always, choose for your adult self or for your family.

The Graphic Canon, Volumes 1 & 2, edited by Russ Kick
Superman : Catch up with DC Comics before June's big screen movie release
Blue Exorcist by Kazue Kato
No Longer Human by Usamaru Furuya
Epileptic 1 by David B.
Adventures of Blake and Mortimer
Sin City by Frank Miller
Are You My Mother : a Comic Drama by Alison Bechdel
Sandman by Neil Gaiman
One Thousand and One Nights by JinSeok Jeon and SeungHee Han
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep by Philip K. Dick; art by Tony Parker
Batman : DC Comics core
Dial H 1 : Into You by China Mieville
Brody's Ghost by Mark Crilley
Super Girl 1 : Last Daughter of Krypton by Michael Green
Smile by Raina Telgemeier
The Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman
Ghost in the Shell by Shirow Masamune
V for Vendetta or Watchmen by Alan Moore