27 Amazing Graphic Novels For Readers New To The Genre. So, you want to try comics, but are turned off by the history?
You don’t want to memorize 60 years of X-Men characters, or why there have been four different versions of the Legion of Super-Heroes? Luckily, there are a ton of absolutely amazing graphic novels out there, that require no outside knowledge, just an open mind. Here are 27 graphic novels, perfect for someone new to the medium, presented in no particular order. Akiko Akiko is a scifi twist on the classic “Little Nemo” story, and is about the titular girl who gets whisked away to another planet to help its prince.
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The adventures of Tintin aren’t really popular over there as it is in the rest of the world. Tintin, the boy reporter is an identifiably European hero. But then, if you count Steven Spielberg and The Simpsons among his fans, you can conquer the American continent. For sure, after 21st December of this year (the movie has been released in Europe), the reporter-turned-detective and his trusty dog Snowy will surely gather a larger following. Tintin doesn’t need publicizing because he is right up there in comic book folklore.
This blog post takes a look at six of the best Tintin related websites and is also a tribute to the wondrous world of Herge and his Tintin. Tintin.com This is the official site leading up to the release of the movie and the one where you can read up on Tintin and his adventures. Tintinologist This is probably the most exhaustive English language resource on Tintin. Grand Comics Database. Comic Book DB.