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My favorite comics & graphic novels

Mary
The list author says: "This is a collection of my favorites. I'm not claiming that they are the best. However, they are books that get all of my attention, adoration and eat up all of my free time."
100 Bullets Vol. 1: First Shot, Last Call
100 Bullets Vol. 1: First Shot, Last Call
"I hated this at first. It seemed pretentious and boring, but as I tried through other comics I realized that 100 bullets has a pretty interesting story concept. So, I gave it another shot. I bought vol1 and devoured it like I hadn't read anything in 6 months.Now it is all I read in my spare time.I can't get enough of it."
The Walking Dead:  Compendium One
The Walking Dead: Compendium One
"This is a deep analysis of life after a zombie apocolypse. It leaves the cheesy horror movie notes behind and functions completely on its own as an unadulterated story of survival."
DMZ Vol. 1: On the Ground
DMZ Vol. 1: On the Ground
"DMZ takes place during a civil war in the U.S. The main character straddles the boundaries, gets in good with the locals and tries his hardest at fulfilling his dream of being a reporter.  DMZ is beautifully written and has the most rich coloring and art I've seen to date in comics/graphic novels."
Local
Local
"Local is a compilation of short stories in the life of a girl desperately searching for herself. What is maybe the most compelling thing in this story is that Ryan Kelly (artist) went to every place in the book and documented the area. Every cafe and street corner in the book are real places."
Ghost World
Ghost World
"Very different from the movie adaptation, Ghost World digs deep into the lives of two teenage best friends. I feel like I can relate to Enid and Rebecca in their never ending criticism of society."