What are the best graphic novels for teens?

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    #1Preacher

    Preacher
    Preacher, the comic by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, was one of the best comics that came from Vertigo, the DC division for adult and non-superheroic comics. This cynical, sarcastic and surprising story about a preacher that has the power of The Word, an ability to make people do whatever he utters, is a portrait of the American Gothic of the 90's.
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    Bryan Richardson
    Written on March 30, 2018
    "Preacher is amazing! Enough Said. Vertigo consistently performs when it comes to making adult comics and "darker" comics. This is one of my favorite Vertigo comics. It is dark, appealing, and realistic. It's a very cynical story, so be prepared."
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    #2Batman: The Dark Knight Returns

    Batman: The Dark Knight Returns

    Batman: The Dark Knight Returns is a graphic novel created by Frank Miller and Klaus Janson. An old and weathered Bruce Wayne must put on the cowl once again to save his city that sunk into chaos and decadence since his retirement.

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    Marilyn Hawkins
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "I love this. Batman is such a great hero -- and this is a new Batman and Robin duo. Robin is a GIRL! What better way to promote some girl power, while still enjoying a classic. Holy graphic novels, Batman! This is awesome."
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    #3Y: The Last Man

    Y: The Last Man
    What happens when you are the only man in a post-apocalyptic world full of women? This comic by the reputed Brian K. Vaughn and the artist Pia Guerra, tells the story of Yorick Brown the only male survivor of a virus that kills everything that possess the Y chromosome.
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    Judith Reyes
    Written on April 9, 2018
    "Wow what an exciting place to be if you are the only man, what is a dream come true can turn into drama. I enjoyed the book and will read again."
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    #4From Hell

    From Hell
    From Hell is the investigation about Jack the Ripper made by Alan Moore and drew by Eddie Campbell. This comic book is the theory of Alan Moore about who was Jack The Ripper. His hypothesis results in a spectacular investigation in comic book form in which Alan Moore tells us that Jack the Ripper is the tool for hiding a large conspiracy.
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    Philip Little
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "Great novel with some awesome pictures. Good plot about Jack the Ripper. Would read this again."
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    #5Batman: The Long Halloween

    Batman: The Long Halloween
    Batman: The Long Halloween is a graphic novel created by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale. The story follows Batman during the early years of his career fighting crime and facing off against a mysterious killer that kills during the holidays.
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    Amy Hu
    Written on April 3, 2018
    "I bought this book for my son. He said he really liked it, and really enjoyed reading. The only complaint I have is that it took almost a week longer then I was initially told to receive it. Otherwise, the book was really very good."
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    #6Transmetropolitan

    Transmetropolitan
    Welcome to the aberrant future of the late 21st century where postmodernism and relativism are now the main influence in the world. Spiderman Jerusalem is a reporter that comes back from his exile and working for the newspaper The Word, will denounce the absurdities, the fallacies, the lies, the corruption, and the extremism of the world.
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    Tiffany Richardson
    Written on March 30, 2018
    "Probably best for older teens and certainly not for everyone. I think this book has a very specific niche of readers. "
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    #7Blankets

    Blankets
    Blankets by Graig Thompson is one of the best coming of age stories on comic ever made. This autobiographical story tells the love story between Graig and his first love Raina, who fall in love during a winter Church Camp. Blankets won of two Eisner and three Harvey Awards, and is a portrait of adolescent yearning and growing up leaving the pain behind.
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    Elvira Aguilera
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "Okay, I guess. Kind of bland and uninteresting, though."
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    #8Batman: The Killing Joke

    Batman: The Killing Joke

    Alan Moore and Brian Bolland brought us in 1988 a revisitation of the Joker's origin in one of the most remembered graphic novels of the character. In the Killing Joke, Moore shows us Joker like a psychopath with no remorse and salvation. 

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    Charles Nguyen
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Presented for the first time with stark, stunning new coloring by Bolland, BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE is Alan Moore's unforgettable meditation on the razor-thin line between sanity and insanity, heroism and villainy, comedy and tragedy. According to the grinning engine of madness and mayhem known as The Joker, that's all that separates the sane from the psychotic. Freed once again from the confines of Arkham Asylum, he's out to prove his deranged point. And he's going to use Gotham City's top cop, Commissioner Jim Gordon, and his brilliant and beautiful daughter Barbara to do it. Now Batman must race to stop his archnemesis before his reign of terror claims two of the Dark Knight's closest friends. Can he finally put an end to the cycle of bloodlust and lunacy that links these two iconic foes before it leads to its fatal conclusion? And as the horrifying origin of the Clown Prince of Crime is finally revealed, will the thin line that separates Batman's nobility and The Joker's insanity snap once and for all? Legendary writer Alan Moore redefined the super-hero with WATCHMEN and V FOR VENDETTA. In BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE, he takes on the origin of comics' greatest super-villain, The Joker —and changes Batman's world forever. Stunningly illustrated, BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE, THE DELUXE EDITION has been lushly re-colored by artist Brian Bolland, presenting his original vision of this modern classic for the first time."
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    #9Bone

    Bone
    Bone by Jeff Smith is a comedic fantasy series first published in 1991. This comic book follows the story of three Bone Cousins - Fone Bone, Phoney Bone, and Smiley Bone - who got lost in a vast uncharted desert.
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    Virginia Wallace
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "BONE by Jeff Smith is a very funny comedy fantasy that most kids will enjoy although there is lots of humor in the book its also has a great story line that will make you want to finish it till the end "
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    #10The Sandman: Preludes & Nocturnes

    The Sandman: Preludes & Nocturnes

    The Sandman: Prelude & Nocturnes is the first in the comic book series The Sandman by Neil Gaiman. This book tells the story of Dream, who escaped a 70-year imprisonment and underwent a dangerous journey to retrieve his objects of power.

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    Jacqueline Beck
    Written on April 25, 2018
    "Anything by Neil Gaiman is great. Sandman is iconic."
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    #11Batman: Year One

    Batman: Year One

    The ultimate story about the origin of Batman by Frank Miller and David Mazucchelli made in 1986. This new revision of the origin of one of the most seminal superheroes of all time has never been topped and shows the fantastic storytelling of both Miller and Mazzucchelli.

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    Amanda Soto
    Written on April 10, 2018
    "I'm relatively new to graphic novels, and I'm no aficionado by any means. But Batman has become a tried and true favorite. Miller's Dark Knight Returns is what drew me in at first, so when I saw this compilation, I was intrigued! Meet Batman when he was born and Bruce Wayne all but disappeared! "
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    #12Ghost World

    Ghost World
    Ghost World is an almost autobiographic comic book by Daniel Clowes in which he tells us the story of two teenage girls during their high-school years. This coming of age comic book about two nerdish girls that face what is growing up and go to college where they will be apart.
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    Juan Henderson
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "A great graphic novel but it won't be for everyone. I suggest giving it a look and if you make it through the first bit to keep reading, its a great story."
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    #13The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Vol. 1)

    The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Vol. 1)

    The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is a graphic novel by Alan Moore. Set in the Victorian era, it tells the story of famous literary figures as they work together to defeat evil.

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    María Ortega
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "Graphic novels draw a lot of attention from youth. The league of extraordinary gentlemen is rather popular."
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    #14Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic

    Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic
    Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic is an LGBT themed non-fiction book written by Alison Bechdel that tells the story of Alison's father. He is a closeted professional old man who had his own struggles but conquered all of it.
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    Michael Schmidt
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "The subject matter of this graphic novel would likely be very appealing to a wide range of age groups, but particularly to young adult readers. The content is fairly dark and adult themed in nature, but also reflects many of the things that a teen would be experiencing in their own lives, portrayed in a dark and twisted fantasy setting. User reviews are extremely positive, and this seems like a unique take on the story elements."
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    #15Saga (Vol. 1)

    Saga (Vol. 1)

    Saga, Vol. 1 is a space opera/fantasy comic book series written by Brian K. Vaughn and illustrated by Fiona Staples. It made the Time Magazine's top 10 graphic novels for 2013 and won the 2013 Hugo award for Best Graphic Story.

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    Jeffrey Wells
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "I've followed Brian K. Vaughn's work since Y: The Last Man, so I eagerly started reading the Saga comics every month and was blown away by both the story and the artwork (by the incredible Fiona Staples). This graphic novel collects the first six issues of the comic series and serves as a terrific introduction to this quirky space opera. I wholeheartedly recommend this graphic novel to any sci-fi fans teens and up."
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    #16The 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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    Salvador Durán
    Written on April 30, 2018
    "The New Teen Titans: Who is Donna Troy? is one of my favorites from Dc Comics. Certainly suitable for a teenager who enjoys comics."
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    #17Batman '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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    Amy Jensen
    Written on May 7, 2018
    "This is a great choice for "best graphic novels for teens". I can't think of any teenager I know who would not be interested and, indeed, thrilled with this graphic novel. There are color comics drawn in an old-fashioned style, accompanied by a plot that is very much reminiscent of the original Batman" comics. "
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    #18Titans, Young Justice: Graduation Day

    Titans, Young Justice: Graduation Day

    Titans, Young Justice: Graduation Day is a comic book written by Judd Winick and it was illustrated by Ale Garza and Trevor Scott. This graphic novel series is composed of three issues published by DC Comics.

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    Ishan Kapoor
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "This is related to the Teen Titans series, which is well known, so it is likely to be appealing to a wide audience familiar with DC comics. However, this is only a single comic issue, rather than a collection. This is not a graphic novel, and not really what I am looking for."
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    #19Assassin's Creed: Hawk (Vol. 1)

    Assassin's Creed: Hawk (Vol. 1)

    Assassin's Creed: Hawk is the first volume of the thrilling comic adaptation of the famous video game series, Assassin's Creed. This book authored by Eric Corbeyran and illustrated by Djilall Defaux.

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    Sanvi Kadam
    Written on April 21, 2018
    "If you have a teen who is into graphic novels and comics, look no further than Assassin's Creed: Hawk. My teenage nephew loves this series, and this is the first volume. I highly recommend for anyone who has a teen son who is into graphic novels or comics."
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    #20Robot Dreams

    Robot Dreams

    Robot Dreams is a young adult fantasy fiction graphic novel created by Sara Varon. IThis sequential art book is first published in 2007 by First Second.  

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    Joel Álvarez
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "Robot Dreams is one of the best graphic novels for teens. This is such a great book for children ranging from two years old through reading ages. The story is not at all shallow and beautifully illustrates the complexity and transitory nature of some relationships. Children reading the book with adults can tell what's going on, and because of the fantastic illustrations, "read" the book to the adult."
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    #21Tintin 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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    Arthur Palmer
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "Not exactly my first choice for a graphic novel for teens. It's adventurous sure, but kind of retro and didn't really seem to appeal that much to me, then again, I haven't read any of the other novels in the series."
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    #22Red 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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    Gerardo Marín
    Written on April 11, 2018
    "Tintin played a huge role in the childhood of many that are at my age, awesome character. Whether it is a book, graphic novel or a TV show I would still love to remember Tintin in his greatness. If you know him, check Red Rackham's Treasure again, one more time; if you do not him, definitely check Red Rackham's Treasure."
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    #23The Frank Book

    The Frank Book

    The Frank Book is a wordless fantasy fiction graphic novel created by Jim Woodring. This sequential art book is first published in 2003 by Fantagraphics Books.

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    Emily Gutierrez
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "My search for the best graphic novels for teens resulting in The Frank Book as a suggestion is an acceptable recommendation. This book is a bit on the expensive side and only has 23 reviews but they are at 5 out of 58 stars. I would be unlikely to select this at the $30+ price range without a personal recommendation or a lot more reviews to convince me the book would be money well spent."
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    #24Teen Titans: A Kid's Game

    Teen Titans: A Kid's Game

    Teen Titans: A Kid's Game is a fictional comic book written by Geoff Johns and it was illustrated by Mike McKone. This graphic novel was originally published in 2004 by DC Comics.

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    Bertha Córdova
    Written on April 21, 2018
    "Fictional comics always have me in between laughter and really wondering if it were real, would I be as interested."
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    #25Assassin's Creed: Trial by Fire

    Assassin's Creed: Trial by Fire

    Assassin's Creed: Trial by Fire is the first volume in the thrilling adventure and action comic series, Assassin's Creed. It is based on the video game series, Assassin's Creed. It is penned by Anthony Del Col and Conor McCreery.

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    Frances May
    Written on April 15, 2018
    "Good story arc. It captures the essence of the AC Universe, really good to us fans."
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    #26Crab 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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    Evelyn Hudson
    Written on April 10, 2018
    "My son has always liked graphic novels. I wanted to find him a graphic novel that he would really like so I went to the store. I picked up Crab with Golden Claws (The Adventures of Tintin) for him based on the suggestion of the store clerk. A few weeks later he told me that he really loved it. "
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    #27This One Summer

    This One Summer

    'This One Summer' is a graphic novel by Mariko Tamaki illustrated by Jillian Tamaki. Rose and Windy are two friends that meet every summer in Awago Beach, their refuge. But this year, the two girls will find themselves caught by new problems, secrets, sorrow and growing up.

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    Tyler Black
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "I was much more interested in the graphics than the novel portion of this graphic novel. I thought the art style was unique and very well done but I found myself not terribly engaged by the story. I think the story had some trouble balancing its tone, which is understandable in teen media. "
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    #28The 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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    Larry Hall
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "Well, I must say, this book isn't only for teens! Like the movies, I thoroughly enjoyed this book too! There's always something fun and interesting going on with TinTin and I just loved following all his adventures. The pages are filled with his fascinating explorations and as if that wasn't enough there's wonderful illustrations too! Would I recommend this for a teen? You bet I would! It's the kind of book/graphic novel that everyone will enjoy as I did and it's educational for teens too! If your teen is anything like me they won't be able to put it down. And well, you just might pick it up for a good read too!"
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    #29Tintin 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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    Julia James
    Written on April 12, 2018
    "Gosh, I don't think so. My daughter is a tween and she wouldn't want this. I have found a lot better stuff. Granted, it is kind of a classic but I can't say this is the best for a teen."
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    #30Flight 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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    Roger Morgan
    Written on April 17, 2018
    "Personally, I didn't get what all the hype was about. I had always heard about the Tintin series and how good it was, but it just didn't pull me in and I found myself bored with it."
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    #31Cairo

    Cairo

    Cairo is a graphic novel written by G. Willow Wilson. It was illustrated by M. Kutlukhan Perker while Travis Lanham provides the letters. First published in 2007, it focuses on the adventure of an American expatriate.

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    #32The 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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    Frances Pierce
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "This book really stands the test of time. My kids loved it and my parents were thrilled to be able to share a book they had read too. I recommend for all children who like graphic novels."
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    #33Assassin'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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    Jason Harrison
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "My brother in law bought this for my nephew last year (he loves the game) and he really enjoys it. Unfortunately that means I now have to buy all the rest of the issues for him. Oh well! It's money well spent. "
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    #34The 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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    Lauren Lee
    Written on April 21, 2018
    "This an excellent graphic novel for teens. It is an older piece of work but still holds up to this day as a great read. "
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    #35Asterix 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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    Jonathan Bishop
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "This is a wonderful comic in a historical fiction context. Roman-occupied Britain is a very interesting time period. This is a great series."
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    #36Rollergirl 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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    Teresa Hoffman
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "Rollergirl of Mars is the first entry in the Trish Trash series. It's recommended for Grades 8+, making it a good choice for teens interested in comics."
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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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    Nancy Ray
    Written on April 13, 2018
    "This is a great one for those who love graphic novels. It's best for teens, which is what I was looking for, and it is lesser-known so it makes a great gift."
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    #38The 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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    Laura Tucker
    Written on April 24, 2018
    "The Arrival is a beautiful book so artfully done. It was a gift for my artistically minded daughter but I must say I would want SOME words in a book. She however loves it. "
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    #39Scooby-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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    Pedro Gallardo
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "May be for teens but I like these series. Good graphics and nostalgia of my childhood."
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    #40The 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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    María Elena Espinoza
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "The art in this graphic novel is strange and somewhat unappealing. The story sounds like a very fun time but it was too hard to get past the art."
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    #41Secret Invasion

    Secret Invasion

    Secret Invasion is a graphic novel written by Brian Michael Bendis wherein shapeshifting aliens calles Skrulls have vanished key figures on earth including some Marvel superheroes. 

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    Arthur Peters
    Written on April 8, 2018
    "This graphic novel does appear to be highly ranked on the store page for teen readers. The reviews are also very positive. The subject matter appears to feature many well known comic characters, and the art is extremely well done. This is perfect for my needs, and should be great for any teen reader looking for a high quality graphic novel or comic collection."
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    #42Hot 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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    Aarav Mittal
    Written on May 7, 2018
    "Hot in the City (Harley Quinn Volume 1) is a very graphic novel for teens that will make them want to read the entire series."
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    #43Lumberjanes Volume 35

    Lumberjanes Volume 35

    Lumberjanes Volume 35 is a graphic novel by Shannon Watters and Kat Leyh. Illustrated by Carolyn Nowak, it was published in 2017 by Marvel. It is the 35th book in the Lumberjane series.

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    Brittany Brewer
    Written on May 19, 2018
    "Just looking at the art style of this graphic novel, I feel like I have missed or I should have been reading this novel from way back. Lumberjanes is a graphic novel with an undeniably beautiful art style to keep you asking for more. Marvel comics always delivers I mean just look at what they have accomplished in the big screen."
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    #44Doppelganger 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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    Laura Ávalos
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "Again, this is not my taste. The illustrations are inappropriate and the Price is expensive. I would never let my teen/young adult to read this at all. Although we like roller derby, this book could have been presented in a different way."
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    #45The Book of Genesis Illustrated

    The Book of Genesis Illustrated
    The Book of Genesis Illustrated, a  Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards nominee, is a graphic illustration of all 50 chapters from the Book of Genesis. The graphic novel was published by  W. W. Norton & Company on October 19th, 2009. 

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    John Cao
    Written on April 6, 2018
    "I would not necessarily call this a graphic novel, but it is definitely a VERY interesting read. This book is an illustrated masterpiece of all 50 chapters of the Bible's Book of Genesis"

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Best What are the best graphic novels for teens
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1PreacherBooks 20 Paid
2Batman: The Dark Knight ReturnsBooks 18 Paid
3Y: The Last ManBooks 16 Paid
4From HellBooks 16 Paid
5Batman: The Long HalloweenBooks 15 Paid
6TransmetropolitanBooks 14 Paid
7BlanketsBooks 13 Paid
8Batman: The Killing JokeBooks 10 Paid
9BoneBooks 10 Paid
10The Sandman: Preludes & NocturnesBooks 9 Paid
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