Top Ten Tuesday: Fave Graphic Novels

Janet

I’m assuming here that “graphic novels” excludes comics that are part of an ongoing series – so no Kamala Khan, Lumberjanes, Gotham Academy, Check Please!…

  1. Nimona by Noelle Stevenson
  2. Bite Me! by Dylan Meconis
  3. March by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell
  4. Amy Unbounded: Belondweg Blossoming by Rachel Hartman

Nafiza

  1. Manabeshima Island Japan by Florent Chavouet
  2. The Divine by Asaf Hanuka, Tomar Hanuka, Boaz Lavie
  3. The Sleeper and the Spindle by Neil Gaiman and Chris Riddell
  4. Through the Woods – Emily Carroll
  5. Baba Yaga’s Assistant – Marika McCoola, Emily Carroll

Yash

Trying to pick ones that haven’t already been mentioned …

TTT: Books You’d Want to Experience as Radio Plays

TTT: Books You’d Want to Experience as Radio Plays

Since this week’s Top Ten prompt from The Broke and the Bookish is “all about audio”, and we haven’t done much audiobook listening lately, I figured this would be a more suitable topic. Have at! Janet Requirements: lots of dialogue; witty dialogue; dialogue rife with misunderstandings; and a relatively limited cast of characters (so I don’t get who they are […]

The Best of 2015: Illustrated/Graphic Novels

The Best of 2015: Illustrated/Graphic Novels

Janet Avatar: The Last Airbender: okay, so all the ATLA comics – The Promise, The Search, The Rift, and Smoke and Shadow, Part One, which is all of the newest trilogy that I have managed to get my hands on yet. My favourites are The Search and Smoke and Shadow, so far, but it’s awfully hard to choose between such wonderful, […]

More Monster Girls 2K16

More Monster Girls 2K16

I suppose the term “Monster Girls” covers quite a few characters who are already present in the YA Fantasy genre–Lady Fire, Skybright, and Kira off the top of my head– but in this post, I want to talk about the ones that blur the lines between heroism and villainy, girls who (for better or for worse) allow the […]