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Graphic novels are a great way to explore new stories—or revisit well-loved ones in whole new ways. This list of epicreads ha, get it? Before you know it, your TBR list will skyrocket in graphic novel numbers. All these and more await in this brilliantly subversive, sharply irreverent epic from Noelle Stevenson. Nimona is an impulsive young shapeshifter with a knack for villainy. Lord Ballister Blackheart is a villain with a vendetta.
This week, Vulture is looking back at the best releases so far in Below, in purely alphabetical order, are 12 of the best bound comics volumes — be they complete graphic novels or collections of serialized chapters — released so far this year. Our criteria for inclusion were that every one of the volumes had to be released in , they had to be the first printing of the material in a bound volume i. Okay, onward to the funny books. In the mid-aughts, comics god Grant Morrison began a years-long run with the character, after him came the fantastic writer-artist team of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, and now we live in the era of one of the greatest up-and-comers in the superhero genre, writer Tom King. The story is fascinating, somehow finding new facets of Batsy and his relationships with others after nearly 80 years of continuous publication. Bui talks about the unique backgrounds of each member of her immigrant kinship network, depicting them in a fully human way that even pro-refugee advocates rarely do.
Thankfully, I spent kind of, partially, not really making up for the last few years of not reading and keeping up with everything in the comic book and graphic novel world. Gone are the days when I would immerse myself with everything happening in the Marvel and DC universes, but this year, I still found myself getting recommendations from everyone on things to read. As a result, I have a list of ten comic books and graphic novels from this year that I think everyone should check out. Spinning is an autobiographical story from year-old author and illustrator Tillie Walden, who dives deep into the emotional toll of being in the competitive figure skating world, the challenges of navigating through your teenage years, what it means to go through heartbreak for the very first time, and the courage to come out to your parents and have honest conversations at a young age. Walden is brilliant at piecing all of these memories together into a coherent narrative that is both heartbreaking and uplifting.
Of course, things are never that simple, and living in a world in which death might not be the end requires a massive re-think. Check out our interview with Jeff for more. Add to Bag. Gamora: Memento Mori , by Nicole Perlman, Marco Checcetto, and Andres Mossa Gamora first showed up in the comics over 40 years ago, but it took two movies to bring her to A-list status. Gotham Academy: Second Semester, Vol.