Tuesday, 31 January 2017

Top Ten Tuesday: Graphic Novels/Comics On My TBR

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, where we list our top ten according to the a topic of the week. Check out future topics here

Top Ten Graphic Novels on My TBR
I rarely ever read Graphic Novels, if not never actually. In saying that, it's not like I haven't been interested in them - they just haven't had much priority compared to books. I still have a few I want to check out though. And yes, most of them are going to be those everyone, and I mean everyone, has read.



1. Alex + Ada by Jonathan Luna and Sarah Vaughn
I've actually already read the first Volume and it's intrigued me for the simplistic love story but has a compelling plot line about machinery and humanity.

2. Maus I + II by Art Spiegelman
This is a super well known graphic novel purely because of it's story set during World War II. If it's anything historical I am there. 

3. V for Vendetta by Alan Moore and David Lloyd 
No I have not seen the movie. I'm much of a read first, watch later person. 

4. Saga by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples
I'm sure this is also a popular graphic novel so why not jump on board and see what the hype is all about. 

5. East of West by Jonathan Hickman, Nick Dragotta and Frank Martin 
As soon as I read this was going to be about The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse I was hooked. Hoping this is as dark and intense as I think it will be. 


6. Username: Evie by Joe Sugg
Look, I'm not going to lie - I want to read this purely because it was written by Joe. 

7. Through the Woods by Emily Carroll
A collection of mysterious and "sinister" stories. HmmmmMmm.

8. Sin City by Frank Miller
This is pretty much a whole crime fiction story illustrated over various volumes. 

9. Blankets by Craig Thompson
I'm hoping this is as heart warming and touching as the description makes it out to be. 

10. Fables by Bill Wilingham, Lan Medina, Steve Leiahola and Craig Hamilton 
Put all the well loved fairy tale characters into a crime mystery graphic novel and I am sure this will be absolutely amazing to read. 

Which Graphic Novels Have You Read? 


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