Here they are all stacked up. Um, I didn’t realize how many I bought until seeing them amassed like this. I just contemplated taking a pledge to myself not to buy anymore graphic novels until all of these are read, but that’s a promise we all know I can’t keep.
Back to the books. Let me break it down for you:
- Raina Telgemeier’s Drama
- Miss Lasko-Gross’ A Mess of Everything
- Martin Rowson’s The Wasteland
- Marjane Satrapi’s Chicken with Plums
- Richard Sala’s Peculia
- Matt Groening’s Futurama Adventures
- Adam Sexton’s Shakespeare’s Macbeth: The Manga Edition
- Richard Appignanesi’s Manga Shakespeare: The Tempest
- Jordan Mechner’s Prince of Persia
- John Matthews’ The Chronicles of Arthur: Sword of Fire and Ice
- William Shakespeare’s Macbeth (the ISBN on this gn is linked to the original work. Why? I don’t know.)
- Darren G. Davis’ Ray Harryhausen Presents: Wrath of the Titans
- Chuck Dixon’s Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein, Volume 1: Prodigal Son
- Sergio Aragones’ Louder Than Words
- Aline Kominsky Crumb’s Need More Love
- Steve Niles’ Daughters of Fly in my Eye
- Michael Barson’s Agonizing Love: The Golden Era of Romance Comics
- Rex Michael’s Fangbone! Third-Grade Barbarian
- Rex Michael’s The Egg of Misery: Fangbone, Third Grade Barbarian
- Stefan Petrucha’s Nancy Drew #15-21
The beauty of graphic novels is that they take a few hours to read tops, so it really won’t take me long to get through this glorious mountain of sequential art. ...Fine, yes, that's what I tell myself to allay the bookhoarder guilt. What of it?
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