YAY!!!! My most favorite subject in the world...GRAPHIC NOVELS!! This week's top 10 Tuesday topic is "Top 10 Favorite Visual Books - Picture Books, Comics or Graphic Novels" and since I have already gushed over picture books enough already, I have decided to do a top 10 list on "Top 10 Graphic Novels I Need to Read As Soon as Possible" because like picture books, I have also done like over a million topics regarding my most recommended graphic novels and I wanted to do a list on the graphic novels or manga I haven't read yet, but I would love to!
So here's my top 10 Graphic Novels I Need to Read as Soon as Possible (in no particular order)!
1. Watchmen by Alan Moore
Why? Because this is like the "Godfather" of comic books and I need to read the "Godfather" of comic books to complete my own comic book collection!
2. Ms. Marvel : Generation Why Volume 2 by G. Willow Wilson
YAY!!!! Fist pumped for another Ms. Marvel comic! I loved the first volume of Ms. Marvel : No Normal, so HECK YEAH I'm reading this baby this year!
3. Gotham Central by Ed Brubaker and Greg Rucka
First of all, #1 Batman fan here! Second of all, there are like so many awesome reviews about this series, so of course this is going to be on my "GOT TO READ NOW" lists!
4. Lumberjanes by Noelle Stevenson
Of course I loved reading Nimona, so if there's a chance that I can get my itty bitty paws on another Noelle Stevenson graphic novel, then "Lumberjanes" tops the list!
5. Fullmetal Alchemist by Hiromu Arakawa
Yeah, yeah, I've already seen the anime a couple of times, so I know the story. But, let's see if the manga can own the anime series like a boss!
6. Archie Volume 2 by Mark Waid
I got to admit, that first Archie volume got me hooked on this new reboot series (which is rare because I have this love/hate relationship with reboots in general). So I definitely can't wait to see "The New Adventures of Archie Andrews and the Gang Part 2!"
7. The Amazing Spiderman : Kraven's Last Hunt by J.M. DeMatteis
How could you not read this graphic novel, you're probably asking yourself right now. I know, I know, I seriously need to read this beloved "Spider-Man" classic as soon as possible!
8. Adulthood is a Myth by Sarah Andersen
You know what? We need more graphic novels that relate to the average adult mind, so of course I'm picking this "unique specimen of a graphic novel" up to find out what kind of life lessons I can get out of this graphic novel!
9. The Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman
Hey! Here's a good old graphic novel about a zombie apocalypse, a hero who's out there kicking zombie butt and...hey, wait a minute...I haven't read this series yet haven't I?
10. Astro City by Kurt Busiek
Wow, this seems like one unique superhero series that I should have read years ago, BUT STILL HAVEN'T!!!!