Best Non-Superhero Graphic Novels

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Hark! A Vagrant: Dear God, is this woman funny. Beaton, a Canadian cartoonist, started channelling her interests.

100 Bullets: A high concept crime comic about revenge — a mysterious man gives you a gun, 100 untraceable bullets.

Berlin,’ Jason Lutes: rregularly published since 1996, Berlin is Lutes' long-in-production, multi-volume story of Weimar Berlin.

Finder: Not every sci-fi epic requires copious endnotes, but not every sci-fi epic is like this masterpiece.

Multiple Warheads: Very few books scream “this is pure comics!” as loudly as Brandon Graham’s weird sci-fi book.

Puma Blues: It started as an environmental, post- disaster sci-fi book featuring mutated, flying manta rays as a surprisingly.

You’ll Never Know: Using a lovely mix of ink and a carefully controlled watercolor palette, this wonderful trilogy by Carol Tyler explores.

Onward Toward Our Noble Deaths: In 1973, Japanese cartoonist Shigeru Mizuki published this account of his time in the Japanese army during World.

Safe Area Gorazde,’ Joe Sacc: Joe Sacco is one of the medium's premier journalists; that he has focused on war-torn regions makes.

Usagi Yojimbo: Basically spinning out of the idea that rabbit ears look cool tied in a samurai topknot, Sakai based his rabbit ronin.

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