Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Last 60 graphic novels I read

01. Batman and the Outsiders: The Snare
02. Batman and the Outsiders: Chrysalis
03. Simpsons Comics Dollars to Donuts
04. Big Brilliant Book of Bart Simpson
05. Simpsons Comics Madness
06. Batman: Joker's Last Laugh
07. Crankshaft
08. Simpsons comics Hit the Road!
09. Simpsons comics Get Some Fancy Book Learnin'
10. Simpsons comics Beach Blanket Bongo
11. Batman Gotham after Midnight
12. Wrapped-Up Fox Trot
13. FoxTrot Sundaes
14. Teen Titans Spot light Wonder Girl
15. Marvel Divas
16. Blood + Waterby judd Winick and Tomm Coker
17. Hound of the Far Side by Gary Larson
18. The Chickens are Restless by Gary Larson
19. The Curse of Madame "C" by Gary Larson
20. Batman Hush
21. Harvey Comics Classics volume one casper the friendly ghost
22. Get Fuzzy: Bucky Katt's Big Book of Fun
23. Get Fuzzy: Loserpalooza
24. The Potpourrific Great Big Grab Bag of Get Fuzzy
25. Unshelved by Bill Barnes and Gene Ambaum
26. What Would Dewey do? (unshelved volume 2)
27. Tales of the Batman by Tim Sale
28. Batman Scottish Connection
29. Batman Going Sane
30. Batman Lovers and Madmen
31. The Dark Horse book of monsters
32. Ms. Marvel Dark Reign
33. Batman King Tut's Tomb
34. Batman Secrets
35. Jeremy & Dad - Zits
36. Batman: The Joker's Last Laugh
37. Superman Emperor Joker
38. Deadpool: Suicide Kings
39.-40. Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter Guilty Pleasures graphic novel
41.-42. Anita Blake Laughing Corpse graphic novels
43. Orange by Benjamin
44. Spiderman Red Sonja
45. Batman the black glove
46. Batman the cat and the bat
47. Batman R.I.P.
48. Batman Monsters
49. A God Somewhere
50.-54. Amelia Rules 1-2,4-6
55. Wonder Woman Warkiller
56. Doctor voodoo : avenger of the supernatural
57. Bart Simpson: Class Clown
58. Batman the resurrection of Ra's al Ghul
59. Batman International
60. Batman Rules of Engagement

Looking at this list it should be obvious that I enjoy reading (and the local library has a good selection of) Batman graphic novels. Of the listed graphic novels the best ones were the Amelia rules comics which I personally view as being worth buying. Simpsons is funny but the comics are not as memorable as the cartoon though a possibly reason for this could be because of how my brain stores memory since the cartoon has both audio and visual not just visual. The Anita Blake graphic novels are good as well as the first few books in that series but of the actual books only the first few books are worth reading the later books should be avoided. Fox Trot is probably my favorite newspaper comic and I was sad that it ended though the two books I most recently read are not as good as earlier strips (also annoyed me some because I kept wondering things like where is Peter's blind girlfriend Denise who didn't show up in them). I don't really like Spideman and that graphic novel did not change my opinion (I do like Red Sonja and Conan though which is why I took it out). Orange by Benjamin is very sad dealing with suicide. A god somewhere is an okay but not great graphic novel more serious than a lot of super hero type graphic novels are. Deadpool is funny I like how he breaks the fourth wall.

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