Top Ten Tuesday: All About The Visuals

For anyone unfamiliar with Top 10 Tuesday, it’s a weekly meme that was created by The Broke and The Bookish. To see more posts on this very topic, please go here.

January 31: All about the visuals: Top Ten Favorite Graphic Novels/Comics or Ten Comics on My TBR or Top Ten Favorite Picture Books.

This is my topic: Top Nine Comics That I Need To Buy and Read.

I want to read awesome, powerful, and humorous comics that are diverse. I hope I picked the correct ones. Please let me know if I am wrong on something and/or missing something. 

Ms. Marvel, Vol. 1: No Normal | Saga, Vol. 7 | Bitch Planet, Vol. 1: Extraordinary Machine

Giant Days, Vol. 1 | Lumberjanes, Vol. 1: Beware the Kitten Holy | 
(The Complete) Persepolis

Mockingbird, Vol. 1: I Can Explain | Zodiac Starforce: By the Power of Astra | Bombshells, Vol. 1: Enlisted


10 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: All About The Visuals

  1. Savannah Fry says:

    I love this list! Lumberjanes and Ms. Marvel are on mine, too. And I love Persepolis, but it just didn’t fit onto my list today. I haven’t gotten the chance to read Bitch Planet or Saga yet, but I’ve heard so much hype, I know I need to get around to them at some point! 🙂

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    • Nicole @ booksinked says:

      I truly need to get these comics! My goal this year is to read these comics. I think after everything that went down this past few weeks, I definitely want to read kick ass people.


      • Krysta says:

        Some graphic violence during the slave rebellion, mostly. Also some difficult content because, well, it’s about slavery and Baker isn’t interested in sugar coating it. It’s also largely wordless (except for excerpts from Turner’s confession) so you do have to focus more on the images and can’t get away with skimming the dialogue.

        I’m glad you warned me about that because I’ve seen everyone recommending Saga and I had no clue what it was about!


      • Nicole @ booksinked says:

        Thank you for letting me know about Nat Turner.

        Saga has violence, blood, nude, sex, etc. It is truly different in plots and the ideas. It is a space opera as well.


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