Comic book/graphic novels questions...

eri86 eri86
Are there any good stand alone ones? Or completed trilogies for that matter?
03/12/2013
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El-Jaro El-Jaro
There's a good Doctor Who (11th + Ponds)/Star Trek: TNG cross over that just finished. It was pretty good.

"The Last Zombie" is a good series I have in TPB.
03/12/2013
G&L G&L
Y the last man is a good series.
Pax Romana is a good one as well.
03/12/2013
gsfanatic gsfanatic
Watchman is a pretty interesting dark classic. Superman Red Son is also pretty good
03/12/2013
ththpup ththpup
WE3, Black Hole, League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, V for Vendetta, All-Star Superman, Asterios Polyp, The Filth, I Kill Giants, Kingdom Come, Batman: Year One, Persepolis, and, of course, Watchmen are all great comics that only last for one volume. There are a lot of great long-form serials, of course, but these are all great works to get yourself into the medium.
03/13/2013
Virgingasms Virgingasms
Neil Gaiman's Sandman is my favorite and Kevin Smith's Batman runs are really cool. If you like weirder stuff you could check out Johnen Vasquez's books: Johnny the Homicidal Maniac, Squee, and I Feel Sick.
03/24/2013
Chilipepper Chilipepper
The series "The Twisted Tales of Bruce Jones", and his graphic novel "Somerset Holmes"

"Soulless" by Gail Carriger (novelist) and REM (in process of adapting novels into manga)

Anything by Alan Moore (100X better than the movie adaptations of his work)
03/25/2013
PassionCpl PassionCpl
I'm old-school. Watchmen, Batman Killing Joke, Dark Knight etc. I agree with the above, anything by Alan Moore is always worth grabbing.
03/25/2013
jr2012 jr2012
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
The series "The Twisted Tales of Bruce Jones", and his graphic novel "Somerset Holmes"

"Soulless" by Gail Carriger (novelist) and REM (in process of adapting novels into manga)

Anything by Alan Moore (100X ... More
I am seconding Soulless! LOVE this series!
03/25/2013
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