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"10 Graphic Novels for the Literary Minded"

Friends with boys / Faith Erin Hicks. Compelling characters and friendship drama make a ghost story relatable.

Artist: Daniel Clowes, Title: David Boring, cover - click to close window

Daniel Clowes - Daniel Gillespie Clowes is an Academy Award-nominated American author, screenwriter and cartoonist of alternative comic books.

Mike's Place

Mike's Place: A True Story Of Love, Blues, And Terror In Tel Aviv by Jack Baxter and Joshua Faudem, illustrated by Koren Shadmi appealed based on factors.

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The Paperback of the What Do You Want to Do Before You Die? by The Buried Life, Ben Nemtin, Dave Lingwood, Duncan Penn


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Trashed (Book) : Derf : Graphic novel based on the author's time spent working on a garbage truck.

Exit Wounds by Rutu Modan

Exit Wounds Written by Rutu Modan An Israeli taxi driver is approached out of the blue by a young woman, a soldier, who tells him that she has been having an affair with his estranged.

The Redneck Manifesto

The Redneck Manifesto, Jim Goad. The first half is very interesting, part of American history I didn't know about

Marble Season

Marble Season by Gilbert - The first (semi)autobiographical book from the top US indie cartoonist. He always did the best dialogue and body language for kids, so this is perfect! Like a real life version of Peanuts.

Stitches by David Small - a frequently disturbing, pitch-black funny, ultimately cathartic story whose full impact can only be delivered in the comics medium, which keeps it palatable as it reinforces its appalling aspects. If there’s any fight left in the argument that comics aren’t legitimate literature, this is just the thing to enlighten the naysayers.

The author recounts in graphic novel format his troubled childhood with a radiologist father who subjected him to repeated x-rays and a withholding and tormented mother, an environment he fled at the age of sixteen in the hopes of becoming an artist.

Big-Screen Bound

The men and women of Safe Haven have been preparing for any and all end-of-world scenarios for years. However, their bunkers, weapons, and training can't save them from the one threat they never could have expected: their own children.