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Fantastic non-traditional comic books/graphic novels

Greg Webster
The list author says: "This is my list of non-traditional (superhero) comic books. All of these I personally love and can't recommend higher. I avoided posting any multiples by the same author, but if you enjoyed any of these, you should look up what else an author has done.

I will add that these are not for the faint of heart. Many of these stories can be mature at times, and are probably not recommended for anything younger than a high-schooler."
The Walking Dead:  Compendium One
The Walking Dead: Compendium One
"This is easily the best survival/end of humanity comic I have ever read. Robert Kirkman is a master of long-running comics, and if you get into the series expect a long haul ahead."
Locke & Key, Vol. 1: Welcome to Lovecraft
Locke & Key, Vol. 1: Welcome to Lovecraft
"Joe Hill's series was one of the most surprising I have read in a long time. The premise is that of a magical house and the family that resides in it. This story switches from heartwarming to terrifying at the drop of a hat. Interesting fact: Joe Hill is Stephen King's son."
Bone: The Complete Cartoon Epic in One Volume
Bone: The Complete Cartoon Epic in One Volume
"A fantasy epic that is comparable to Lord of the Rings with the appeal of a Disney film. Just read it."
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"This one is a futuristic portrayal of sexuality. Pope's fantastic designs are not to be missed, nor is his strange ideas for future strip-clubs where women's organs are broadcasted to give the viewer the ultimate in voyeurism. If you are not inclinded to read about sexuality, might I suggest Batman: Year One Hundred, which is also a futuristic portrayal."
Northlanders Vol. 1: Sven The Returned
Northlanders Vol. 1: Sven The Returned
"Brian Wood's vikings are amazingly realistic and give him a perfect reason to switch stories every volume. Characters age and die like true men of the North. Wood tells some of the most realistic and intense stories. If you don't want to read a sword and axe tale, look to DMZ, where New York City is torn apart by the Second Civil War."
Pride of Baghdad
Pride of Baghdad
"Beautifully illustrated and self-contained true(mostly true) tale of the escaped animals from a Baghdad zoo."
Fables, Vol. 1: Legends in Exile
Fables, Vol. 1: Legends in Exile
"This comic shows the world of fables after they have come to live in hiding in New York. A wonderful story that combines folklore with the modern world."