What are the best graphic novels for everyone?

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    #1The Black Project

    The Black Project

    The Black Project is a graphic novel by Gareth Brookes that tells the story of Richard. He has a made an imaginary girlfriend using household objects. Everything is fine but his obsession seemed to affect his relationship with real people. 

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    Rebecca Robinson
    Written on April 14, 2018
    "If you're looking for something different to read, this is definitely it! It's pretty creepy, but in a "can't put it down, what is this weirdo going to do next??" kind of way. The Black Project will definitely have you using your imagination!"
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    #2Black Hole

    Black Hole
    Black Hole is a twelve-issue comic book limited series written and illustrated by Charles Burns and published first by Kitchen Sink Press, then Fantagraphics. Set in the Seattle of the 70's, the story follows several teenagers infected by a strange plague that is transmitted through sexual contact.
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    Jerry Gibson
    Written on April 15, 2018
    "I love graphic novels and am trying to get my daughter into them. Unfortunately "Black Hole" is not for younger kids. I will have to be more through when searching for graphic novels going forward. I'm not really ready to read to her about a plague that is transmitted through sex. It is a decent read for adults however."
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    #3Embroideries

    Embroideries

    Embroideries is another witty and entertaining novel from the author of the bestselling Persopolis. This self-published graphic novel looks into the sex lives of Iranian women. 

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    Parakram Chatterjee
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "This is a weird graphic novel. I mean, have you ever wondered what's going on beneath the veils and body shrouding wraps that women in some Middle Eastern countries wear? Okay, I did. But this story is probably written for people who live there, because I didn't get most of the humor. And the art style was a little strange to my taste as well. Some of it was interesting or funny, but mostly I was just turning pages trying to figure out what I was missing. Not bad I guess, but it left me puzzled more than amused or interested."
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    #430 Days Of Night

    30 Days Of Night
    30 Days of Night by Steve Niles is a horror fiction graphic novel published in 2017. This comic follows the secluded land of Barrow and the haunting mystery that lurks in their frozen, dark town.
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    Brandon Cruz
    Written on April 29, 2018
    ""30 Days of Night" was one of the best graphic novels that I've read and it's perfect for any age. It is a horror book, but it pretty tame. And of course, the illustrations are breathtaking."
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    #5A Drifting Life

    A Drifting Life

    A Drifting Life is a gekiga manga written and illustrated by the legendary Japanese mangaka Yoshihiro Tatsumi. This slice of life and drama graphic novel was originally published in 2008. It has a 2011 film adaptation entitled Tatsumi.

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    Donna Miller
    Written on April 21, 2018
    "This graphic novel really impacted me in profound and unexpected ways. The artwork is absolutely stellar and really pulls you into the story in a way that traditional novels generally don't. The journey that the reader embarks on with the author is full of depth and dimension and runs the gamut of human emotion. The autobiographical nature of this book makes the story that much more poignant, and I would say that it is a must read for any fans of manga, graphic novels, beautifully illustrated art, or literature in general."
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    #6A Seed Is Sleepy

    A Seed Is Sleepy

    A Seed is Sleepy is a children's non-fiction literature graphic novel originally published in March 2007. This picture book was written by Dianna Aston and award-winning artist, Sylvia Long.

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    Eric Lynch
    Written on April 10, 2018
    "This is not really a graphic novel but an illustrated children's book. That being said, the illustrations are really good. The book is lovely and a great teaching tool for young children. My kids really took to the drawings and it is a regular on the bedtime reading list."
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    #7A Wrinkle in Time: The Graphic Novel

    A Wrinkle in Time: The Graphic Novel

    A Wrinkle in Time: The Graphic Novel is a breathtaking compilation of illustrations of an equally breathtaking fiction novel, Madeleine L'Engle's A Wrinkle in Time. This graphic novel was published by Margaret Ferguson Books on October 2nd, 2012. 

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    Kathy Hill
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "I was interested in sharing this great classic with a younger audience and this book did just that. The illustrations certainly was not what I expected from my imagination, but I enjoyed it just as much as the children did."
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    #8Abandon the Old in Tokyo

    Abandon the Old in Tokyo
    Abandon the Old in Tokyo is a gekiga manga written and illustrated by Japanese cartoonist, Yoshihiro Tatsumi. This graphic novel is the second in Yoshihiro's three-volume series of his compiled works. It was originally published in 2006.
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    María de Lourdes Montiel
    Written on April 21, 2018
    "Second part of a three part series that puts a spin on things in this series of book the author takes a dark turn with all the secerts and lies of the Japenesse and a twist that will keep you in supsense right up to the end. A must read if you like twist and turns. The author keeps you involved through out the whole story and you will be waiting for part three of this series so you can finish and know how the tale ends."
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    #9Afterlife with Archie: Escape from Riverdale

    Afterlife with Archie: Escape from Riverdale

    Afterlife with Archie: Escape from Riverdale is a horror fiction graphic novel by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa. It tells the story of the Archie gang as they try to escape from an unfortunate event that threatens the safety of Riverdale.

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    Parakram Rangan
    Written on April 21, 2018
    "As a kid growing up in the 1970s and 1980s, I loved the old Archie comics. This graphic novel is a reboot of the Archie franchise for the Riverdale-watching generation. As always, Archie is good, wholesome family fun. "
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    #10American Splendor

    American Splendor
    American Splendor by Harvey Pekar was a revolution in the American comic book industry in the 70's. It was the first comic that drew attention to the graphic novels telling the own autobiographical story of Pekar in his hometown of Cleveland. Harvey Pekar counted with the best artists of the underground comic books scene including Robert Crumb, Kevin Brown, Greg Budgett, Sean Carroll, Sue Cavey, Gary Dumm, Val Mayerik, and Gerry Shamray.
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    Aaron Taylor
    Written on April 10, 2018
    "My brother is having foot surgery and is going to have a lot of down time soon. I know he likes to read graphic novels so I wanted to find him something interesting to read. I looked for the best graphic novels for everyone and found the book "American Splendor". I was completely blown away by this book from author Harvey Pekar. Being the first comic that drew attention to graphic novels, this autobiographical tale is a must read for any graphic novel fan. My brother will love it."
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    #11Anya's Ghost

    Anya's Ghost

    Anya's Ghost is a young adult graphic novel created by Vera Brosgol. This sequential art fantasy paranormal book is first published in 2011 by First Second. 

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    Kelly Hill
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "If you are a fan of graphic novels be sure to read Anya's Ghost by Vera Brosgol. The illustrations are fantastic and quite emotive and enjoyable. "
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    #12Black Summer

    Black Summer

    Black Summer is a graphic novel written by Warren Ellis and illustrated by Juan Jose Ryp. This comic book is a limited series that was published between May 2007 to July 2008. There were eight issues released.

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    Bobby Perez
    Written on April 15, 2018
    "Black Summer is a collection of beautiful art that is similar to a comic book style. It has very vibrant colors and the art is printed very well so the details come through. The story behind all the art is pretty exciting too."
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    #13Batman '66 (2013, Volume 63)

    Batman '66 (2013, Volume 63)

    Batman '66 (2013, Volume 63) is a graphic novel by Gabe Soria and illustrated Ty Templeton. Published by DC Comics, it focuses on the adventures of Batman and Robin.

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    Theresa Hart
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "For everyone? I don't know but growing up in the 60's when Batman was on television, I thoroughly enjoyed it. It brought back a lot of "after school TV watching" memories."
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    #14The Evil Tree

    The Evil Tree

    The Evil Tree is a graphic novel written by Erik Hendrix and illustration made by Daniel Thollin which is about Misha and her fiancee Daren who moves into a house where its female occupants committed suicide before.  

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    Jack Snyder
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "My guilty pleasure in life is reading graphic novels. I just love them. I recently read The Evil Tree and I think it's one of the best ones that I have read. Erik Hendrix writes a great story and the pictures by Daniel Thollin just completed the story. "
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    #15Tintin in Tibet (The Adventures of Tintin)

    Tintin in Tibet (The Adventures of Tintin)

    Tintin in Tibet was written and illustrated by cartoonist Hergé in 1959. This fiction comic book is the 20th volume in Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin series. It is followed by The Castafiore Emerald.

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    Andrea McCoy
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "This book is a classic. Avoid Tntin in the congo and reach for this volume instead"
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    #16Red Rackham's Treasure (The Adventures of Tintin)

    Red Rackham's Treasure (The Adventures of Tintin)
    Tintin and Captain Haddock set sail aboard the Sirius to find the sunken remains of the Unicorn ship and notorious pirate Red Rackham's treasure. Red Rackham's Treasure is the twelfth volume of The Adventures of Tintin, the comics series by Belgian cartoonist Hergé. 
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    Abhinav Das
    Written on April 12, 2018
    "Tintin book series are great. You could start pretty much with anyone of the books, the don't necessarily follow each other. But I wouldn't say it's for everyone, since there would be much better books for different age categories than this. But it's funny and positive."
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    #17Crab with Golden Claws (The Adventures of Tintin)

    Crab with Golden Claws (The Adventures of Tintin)

    Crab with Golden Claws was written and illustrated by cartoonist Hergé in 1941. This fiction comic book belongs to Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin series. It is followed by The Shooting Star released in 1942.

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    Mildred Hawkins
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "Herge's classic comic book creation Tintin is one of the most iconic characters in children's books. These highly collectible editions of the original 24 adventures will delight Tintin fans old and new. Perfect for lovers of graphic novels, mysteries and historical adventures. The world's most famous travelling reporter must handle the heat of the Sahara . . . and the company of a new friend. Faced with a drowned sailor, counterfeit coins and a ship full of opium, Tintin sets out on another adventure. Aboard the Karaboudjan Tintin is introduced to Captain Haddock for the first time, and they are soon both facing a deathly thirst in the Sahara desert. The Adventures of Tintin are among the best books for readers aged 8 and up. Herge (Georges Remi) was born in Brussels in 1907. "
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    #18The New Teen Titans: The Terror of Trigon

    The New Teen Titans: The Terror of Trigon

    The New Teen Titans: The Terror of Trigon is a fictional comic book written by Marv Wolfman and it was illustrated by George Perez. This graphic novel was first published in 1982 by DC Comics.

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    Raymond Torres
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "The graphics in this novel are amazing. The artwork definitely will standout when it comes to other books that you might have read in this genre. This would be a great intro for someone into the Titan story. Every member in the book has a dark fear that is explored to the deepest levels by the author. Its a great read for lovers of this series. "
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    #19The Secret of the Unicorn (The Adventures of Tintin)

    The Secret of the Unicorn (The Adventures of Tintin)

    The Secret of the Unicorn was written and illustrated by cartoonist Hergé in 1943. This fiction comic book is the 11th volume of Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin series. It is preceded by The Shooting Star released in 1942.

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    Rishika Sarin
    Written on April 17, 2018
    "After my son finished his graphic novel The Secret of the Unicorn (The Adventures of Tintin) he passed it along to me as he thought I would also like it. I read a bit of it and got pretty bored so I stopped."
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    #20Tintin in America (The Adventures of Tintin)

    Tintin in America (The Adventures of Tintin)

    Tintin in America was written and illustrated by cartoonist Hergé in 1932. This fiction comic book is the 3rd volume in Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin series. It is followed by Cigars of the Pharaoh released in 1934.

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    Amit Mittal
    Written on April 13, 2018
    "Who can get enough of Tintin? The loveable character is back, this time in America! I was thoroughly interested in how he'd fare in Chicago but who could've foreseen that he'd end up in the wild west?! Herge does an amazing job keeping us in suspense and making us truly care about the characters. The writing is brilliant and flows. Tintin is not just for kids, it's for everyone! If you're a fan of the movies then you'll love the books even more! Highly recommended for all."
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    #21Weathercraft

    Weathercraft

    Weathercraft is a wordless fantasy fiction graphic novel created by Jim Woodring. This sequential art book is first published in 2009 and won the Los Angeles Times Book Prize Nominee for Graphic Novels. 

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    Leonardo Rosas
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "Weathercraft is far too weird to appeal to a mass audience. The artwork here is amazing but the story is strange and hard to grasp."
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    #22Flight 714 to Sydney (The Adventures of Tintin)

    Flight 714 to Sydney (The Adventures of Tintin)

    Flight 714 to Sydney was written and illustrated by cartoonist Hergé in 1967. This fiction comic book is the 22nd volume in Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin series. It is followed by Tintin and the Picaros released in 1976.

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    Nicholas Lopez
    Written on April 17, 2018
    "I have fallen in love with The Adventures of Tintin series and Flight 714 to Sydney is another amazingly written book by Herge. This is the 22nd in the series and is just as good as all of the rest. If you haven't read this series, I would suggest getting started now. It's so good!"
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    #23Teen Titans: It's Our Right to Fight

    Teen Titans: It's Our Right to Fight
    Teen Titans: It's Our Right to Fight is a New York Times best-selling comic book written by Brett Brooth, Norm Rapmund, and Scott Lobdell. This graphic novel was originally published in September 2012 by DC Comics.
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    Rachel Zhao
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "Teen Titans: It's Our Right to Fight is a classic. I enjoyed the introduction of new characters, but the story line was weak in my opinion. This novel is suitable for all ages and has fascinating art. "
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    #24The Black Island (The Adventures of Tintin)

    The Black Island (The Adventures of Tintin)

    The Black Island was written and illustrated by cartoonist Hergé in 1938. This fiction comic book is the 7th volume in Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin series. It is preceded by The Broken Ear released in 1937.

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    John Hunt
    Written on April 17, 2018
    "Great novles it should be very good"
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    #25The New Teen Titans: Who is Donna Troy?

    The New Teen Titans: Who is Donna Troy?

    The New Teen Titans: Who is Donna Troy? is a comic book written by Marv Wolfman and George Perez and it was illustrated by artists Phil Jimenez and Dick Giordano. This graphic novel was first published in July 2005 by DC Comics.

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    Anna Hughes
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "I have always loved graphic novels growing up and over the past few months have really found myself wanting to get back into reading them. One of the first sets that I bought was The New Teen Titans: Who is Donna Troy?. I thought that this book would be a bit childish but it was actually really fun to read."
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    #26Set to Sea

    Set to Sea

    Set to Sea is a young adult adventure fiction graphic novel created by Drew Weing. This sequential art book is first published in 2010 by Fantagraphics. 

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    Jacqueline Ortega
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "This book is a masterpiece and a must have for all people that like graphic novels. The images do the talking in this book as there are very few words. The characters evolve through the book in an elegant manner as the author illustrates the changes in an effective way. The drawings are simple yet precise. It is a very engaging book that you will want to revisit from time to time. "
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    #27Pirates Past Noon (Magic Tree House)

    Pirates Past Noon (Magic Tree House)

    Pirates Past Noon is a speculative fiction novel originally written by Mary Pope Osborne and illustrated by artist Salvatore Murdocca. It was first published in 1994. This is the fourth book in Osborne's Magic Tree House series.

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    Rishika Bose
    Written on April 25, 2018
    " The Pirates Past Noon (Magic Tree House) is a classic that never really ages. My son loves these chapter books and he is not much of a reader. Would be a good investment for a pre-teen or teenager. "
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    #28The Castafiore Emerald (The Adventures of Tintin)

    The Castafiore Emerald (The Adventures of Tintin)
    The Castafiore Emerald was written and illustrated by cartoonist Hergé in 1962. This fiction comic book is the 21st volume in Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin series. It is preceded by Tintin in Tibet released in 1959.
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    Amy Chen
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "Wonderful book for all ages. My dad read these books and he's tickled that my daughter is now reading them. They've aged beautifully and any graphic novel/comic lover will adore them."
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    #29Piper

    Piper

    Piper is a young adult fantasy book written by Jay Asher and Jessica Freeburg. This sequential art graphic novel is published in 2017 by Razorbill. 

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    Michael Vasquez
    Written on April 14, 2018
    "I thought that the illustrations in Piper were especially well done. Unfortunately, the story didn't come close to matching the visuals, everything about the text of the book is just a huge disappointment."
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    #30Assassin's Creed: Homecoming (Vol. 3)

    Assassin's Creed: Homecoming (Vol. 3)

    Assassin's Creed: Homecoming (Vol. 3) is a graphic novel and a comic book authored by Anthony Del Col and Conor McCreery. It was published on May 23, 2017 by Titan Comics. It follows the mayhem inside the Brotherhood of the Assassins,


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    Tiffany Franklin
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "Assassin's Creed: Homecoming (Vol. 3) is a comic book by Anthony Del Col and Conor McCreery. Including wonderful imagery, this graphic novel is one for both youth and adults alike. The novel tells of the antics inside the Brotherhood of Assassins."
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    #31Kitaro

    Kitaro

    Kitaro is a horror fantasy fiction manga created by Shigeru Mizuki.This Japanese sequential art comic is first published in  2013 by Drawn and Quarterly. 

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    Amber Jiang
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "Kitaro is a one-eye monster boy, with claims to being one of Japan's most popular characters of all time. The author began developing Kitaro in 1959 from a role in a Japanese opera. The adventures of Kitaro are described as "light hearted". There have been many comics published based on Kitaro, and even TV shows and video games. So, this series of comics does indeed appear to be the "best graphic novels for everyone"."
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    #32Bravo Mr. William Shakespeare!

    Bravo Mr. William Shakespeare!

    Bravo, Mr. William Shakespeare! is a picture book for children by Marcia Williams. First published in 2000 by Walker Books limited, this picture book introduces children to some of the finest works from William Shakespeare.

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    Pranav Sengupta
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "This is such a amazing book for children. The amazing pictures are wonderfully done and allow a lot of question the images. The really introduces your child to Shakespeare in a clever way and will fuel that fire that children have four. The pictures are drawn amazingly and really are full of detail. My child will just sit there and ask my questions about what is give inn."
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    #33Asterix in Britain (Album #8)

    Asterix in Britain (Album #8)
    Asterix in Britain is the eighth in the Asterix comic book series. It was written by René Goscinny and illustrated by Albert Uderzo and it tells the story of Asterix and Obelix's journey to Roman-occupied Britain.
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    Raymond Cook
    Written on April 21, 2018
    "Asterix in Britain is a popular graphic novel series with great storylines and illustrations. It is book 8 of a 32 book series and is quite popular among readers. It keeps readers highly engaged and keeps them turning the pages of these great books. This is definitely a series that anyone can get into and enjoy."
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    #34Rollergirl of Mars (Trish Trash Volume 1)

    Rollergirl of Mars (Trish Trash Volume 1)

    Rollergirl of Mars (Trish Trash Volume 1) is a sequential art and graphic novel by Jessica Abel. Published in 2016 by Super Genius, Rollergirl of Mars is the first book in the Trish Trash book series.

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    #35A Midsummer's Night Dream (The Sandman: Master of Dreams #19)

    A Midsummer's Night Dream (The Sandman: Master of Dreams #19)

    A Midsummer's Night Dream (The Sandman: Master of Dreams #19) is a graphic novel written by Neil Gaiman and illustrated by Charles Vess. First published in 1990 by DC Comics, it is the 19th issue in The Sandman Series.

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    Bryan Bailey
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "The illustrations are very well done nothing cartoonish about them. It is a very nice graphic novel indeed i would advise to buy all the books in the series."
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    #36Abe Lincoln at Last! (Magic Tree House)

    Abe Lincoln at Last! (Magic Tree House)

    Abe Lincoln at Last! is a speculative fiction novel originally written by Mary Pope Osborne and illustrated by artist Salvatore Murdocca. It was first published in 2011. This is the 47th book in Osborne's Magic Tree House series.

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    Randy Stevens
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "Great graphic novel to help you learn a bit about the history of our great country."
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    #37The Broken Ear (The Adventures of Tintin)

    The Broken Ear (The Adventures of Tintin)

    The Broken Ear was written and illustrated by cartoonist Hergé in 1937. This fiction comic book is the 6th volume in Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin series. It is preceded by The Blue Lotus in 1936.

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    Alexander Cooper
    Written on April 14, 2018
    "While The Broken Ear was definitely a classic graphic novel for kids, I was looking for something a little more mature. While I don't want anything X rated, something with a bit more of a mature theme would be nice. Otherwise it's a great family book."
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    #38The Grand Mosque of Paris: A Story of How Muslims Rescued Jews During the Holocaust

    The Grand Mosque of Paris: A Story of How Muslims Rescued Jews During the Holocaust

    The Grand Mosque of Paris: A Story of How Muslims Saved Jews During the Holocaust is a picture book by Karen Gray Ruelle and Deborah Durland DeSaix. It was first published in 2009 by Holiday House under ISBN 0823421597.

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    Ma Shi
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "I do not read graphic novels but I loved this. This is the best graphic novel for everyone, even people aren't into it. Learn your history and love it!."
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    #39The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Vol. 2)

    The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Vol. 2)

    The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Vol. 2) is a historical fiction fantasy graphic novel created by Alan Moore. This sequential art book is first published in 2003. 

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    Margaret Washington
    Written on April 17, 2018
    "I loved the movie and it made me try out the graphic novels. I never really liked reading them before, but this story is quite engaging. The pictures are very well done and the dialogue is short but poignant. "
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    #40The Arrival

    The Arrival

    The Arrival is a wordless fantasy fiction graphic novel created by Shaun Tan. This young adult sequential art book is first published in 2006 by Lothian Books. 

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    Andrea Nichols
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "The Arrival has amazing illustrations and a wonderful story line. It really drew me in. I would recommend this to anyone."
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    #41The Last Days of Che Guevara

    The Last Days of Che Guevara
    The Last Days of Che Guevara: A Graphic Novel is an illustrated biography written by Marco Rizzo and drawn by Lelio Bonaccorso. It was originally released in December 2013 and was translated by Jason MC Gimsey.
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    Paul Scott
    Written on April 14, 2018
    "This would be good for most people but not everyone. I don't think young kids will like it or want to see the war side of things. There are better options for the everyone requirement."
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    #42Scooby-Doo, Where Are You (2010; Volume 69)

    Scooby-Doo, Where Are You (2010; Volume 69)

    Scooby-Doo, Where Are You (2010; Volume 69) is a graphic novel by Derek Fridolfs and Paul Kupperberg. Published by DC Comics, Scooby-Doo Volume 69 was illustrated by Walter Carzon and Fabio Laguna.

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    Wayne Oliver
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "My son loves cartoons, but I've been trying to get him to read. When I found out there are Scooby-Doo comics, I picked some up and gave them to him to try out. It worked. Everything he loves about the cartoon is in the comic book pages. It's funny, there's a funny mystery to follow, he gets to read about the group's wacky exploits, and he's actually reading. Sometimes parents have to be sneaky. He's asked for more of them, and I told him the library has a collection of other comics in graphic novel form, so now he wants to go to the library. Parental judo at its best. "
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    #43Binky the Space Cat

    Binky the Space Cat

    Binky the Space Cat is a children's humorous fiction graphic novel created by Ashley Spires. This sequential art book is first published in 2009 by Kids Can Press. 

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    Ryan Rose
    Written on April 12, 2018
    "Binky the Space Cat is a charming and fun story. I fell right in love with Binky and was enveloped by the story. If is quite funny and the pace goes quick reading. Great books."
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    #44On The Road With The Ramones

    On The Road With The Ramones
    On The Road with the Ramones is a biographical graphic novel written and illustrated by Frank Meyer and Monte A. Melnick. This picture book was originally published in 2003 by the Bobcat Books.
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    Lisa Allen
    Written on April 25, 2018
    "I love me some graphic novels, and on the road with ramones panned out sorta okay. I've definitely seen and read better than this before, but I've also seen worse."
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    #45The Great Catsby (Vol. 1)

    The Great Catsby (Vol. 1)
    The Great Catsby (Vol. 1) is a young adult graphic novel created by Doha. This sequential art book is first published din 2006 by NETCOMICS.
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    Roy Fernandez
    Written on April 12, 2018
    "The Great Catsby volume is a graphic novel that follows a young man by the name of Catsby and his journey after he loses the love of his life. As the reader uncovers more and more after each page they will find that Catsby journey will go from bad to worse."
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    #46Hot in the City (Harley Quinn Volume 1)

    Hot in the City (Harley Quinn Volume 1)

    Hot in the City (Harley Quinn Volume 1) is a graphic novel by Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Chad Hardin, Stephane Roux, Alex Sinclair, and Paul Mounts. Published in 2014, it is the first book in the Harley Quinn II series.

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    Eugene Moreno
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "The illustrations are great and turns it into a fun read. It's surprisingly funny and fast-paced. It's a great start to a series."
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    #47Teen Titans: Titans East (Vol.7)

    Teen Titans: Titans East (Vol.7)

    Teen Titans: Titans East is a comic book written by Geoff Johns and Tony S. Daniel and it features illustrators Adam Beechen, Chris Batista, and more. This graphic novel was originally published in September 2007 by the DC Comics.

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    Larry Lucas
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "I have been a huge fan of the Teen Titans since I was a kid and the newest volume was great. The artwork and story were phenomenal. Seeing them training new heroes was a delight."
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    #48Doppelganger At the Hanger (True Tales of the Roller Derby)

    Doppelganger At the Hanger (True Tales of the Roller Derby)

    True Tales of Roller Derby: Doppelganger at The Hangar is a graphic novel by Lisa Titan and Nader Absood. Illustrated by Dennis Culver, it was first published in 2009 by Oni Press.

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    Matthew Hernandez
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "This is a book that is set in a niche setting and may only appeal to a few people. It's also very short for a graphic novel and readers may be disappointed in that because it would be very difficult to develop characters and plot in this short an offering. It's more of a comic book in style and length. "
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    #49Gods' Man (Woodcuts)

    Gods' Man (Woodcuts)

    Gods' Man is a wordless fiction graphic novel and the first book in Woodcuts series created by Lynd Ward. This sequential art book is first published in 1929

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    Samuel Hawkins
    Written on April 17, 2018
    "This is extremely well done, and a small piece of comic history at the same time. But it's not for everyone; as good as the art is and the story that's being told, I find it's just too dark and depressing. "

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