Top 10 Young Adult Comics and Graphic Novels of All Time: Comic books are a fantastic opportunity to experience various types of narratives.
The Oracle Code opens up immediately after Barbara Gordon is wounded and rendered paralyzed by the Joker, offering readers among the most realistic depictions of Barbara Gordon they’ve ever seen.
Bubble is a funny graphic novel written by Jordan Morris and Sarah Morgan with illustrations by Tony Cliff that is based on a well-known audio series by the same name.
For five years, Sana Takeda and Marjorie Liu have collaborated on the continuing book Monstress, which has grown into six volumes under the banner of Image Comics.
Anya is the protagonist in Vera Brosgol’s coming-of-age tale Anya’s Ghost, which was both written and illustrated.
Check, Please! by Ngozi Ukazu is a touching coming-of-age tale about a young man named Eric that originally appeared in a webcomic by the same name.
In Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic, Alison Bechdel shared a touching story about her father that touched on both her upbringing in the local morgue and her father’s sexual orientation.
In Fables, Mark Buckingham and Bill Willingham created new versions of traditional fairy tales and folklore characters.
Blankets, an autobiographical book that Craig Thompson wrote and illustrated, is a coming-of-age tale that describes his life from his early years in a Christian home to his adulthood and his first loves.
The book, which collects the first arc of the Sandman series by Neil Gaiman, is among the author’s many outstanding creations.
Persepolis, a highly regarded Bande Dessinee comic book series that depicts Marjane Satrapi’s early childhood during and following the Iranian Revolution, is autobiographical.