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Top Ten Tuesday: Graphic Novels I’ve Added to my TBR Recently

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Hello all and welcome to another Top Ten Tuesday! This week’s top ten topic is Graphic Novels I’ve recently added to my TBRTop Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

So without further ado, here is this weeks Top Ten Tuesday, Graphic Novels I’ve recently added to my TBR.


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1)  Blue is the Warmest Colour by Julie Maroh

“Clementine is a junior in high school who seems average enough: she has friends, family, and the romantic attention of the boys in her school. When her openly gay best friend takes her out on the town, she wanders into a lesbian bar where she encounters Emma: a punkish, confident girl with blue hair. Their attraction is instant and electric, and Clementine find herself in a relationship that will test her friends, parents, and her own ideas about herself and her identity.”


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2) Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Life by Bryan Lee O’Malley

“Scott Pilgrim’s life is totally sweet. He’s 23 years old, he’s in a rockband, he’s “between jobs” and he’s dating a cute high school girl. Nothing could possibly go wrong, unless a seriously mind-blowing, dangerously fashionable, rollerblading delivery girl named Ramona Flowers starts cruising through his dreams and sailing by him at parties.”


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3) Blankets by Craig Thompson

“Wrapped in the landscape of a blustery Wisconsin winter, Blankets explores the sibling rivalry of two brothers growing up in the isolated country, and the budding romance of two coming-of-age lovers. A tale of security and discovery, of playfulness and tragedy, of a fall from grace and the origins of faith.”


106837.jpg4) Box Office Poison by Alex Robinson

“This epic story of Sherman, Dorothy, Ed, Stephen, Jane, and Mr. Flavor is not to be missed. Alex Robinson’s completely natural and inspiring knack for dialogue has made his story of dreary jobs, comic books, love, sex, messy apartments, girlfriends (and the lack thereof), undisclosed pasts, and crusty old professionals one of the most delightful and whimsical graphic novels to hit the stands in years.”


135945905) The Nao of Brown by Glyn Dillon

“Twenty-eight-year-old Nao Brown, who’s hafu (half Japanese, half English), is not well. She’s suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and fighting violent urges to harm other people. But that’s not who she really wants to be. Nao has dreams. She wants to quiet her unruly mind; she wants to get her design and illustration career off the ground; and she wants to find love, perfect love.”


6) Lucky by Gabrielle Bell

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“Gabrielle Bell fascinatingly documents the mundane details of her below-minimum-wage, twentysomething existence in Brooklyn, New York, with a subtle humor. Her simple, unadorned drawing style, heavy narration, and biting wit chronicle transient roommates who communicate only through Post-it notes; aspiring artists who sublet tiny rooms in leaky, greasy broken-down border-house loft apartments crawling with bugs, cats, and bad art. Bell tackles a string of forgettable, unrelated jobs–including nude modeling, artist’s assistant, art teacher, and jewelry maker–that only serve to bolster her despair, boredom, and discomfort in her own skin.”


12265078.jpg7) Everything We Miss by Luke Pearson

“Have you ever wondered what goes on in your life when you’re looking the other way? Perhaps you’re so drawn into what’s going on with you that you fail to notice the events taking place in your preiphery – or even right under your nose? In Everything We Miss, Luke Pearson explores the dying days of a failing relationship through the infinitesimal unseen moments that surround it – and us.”


260302148) Rick and Morty Volume 1

“Join the excitement as depraved genius Rick Sanchez embarks on insane adventures with his awkward grandson Morty across the universe and across time. Caught in the crossfire are his teenage granddaughter Summer, his veterinary surgeon daughter Beth, and his hapless son-in-law Jerry.”


24966586.jpg9) Bob’s Burgers Volume 1

“Now you can read about the Belcher family (parents Bob and Linda, and their children Tina, Gene and Louise) with brand-new in-canon stories created by the TV show’s producers, writers, and animators! That’s right, all-original stories that expand upon the fan-favorite animated series.”


2271605510) The Worriers Guide to Life by Gemma Correll

“If you’re floundering in life, striking out in love, struggling to pay the rent, and worried about it all — you’re in luck! World Champion Worrier and Expert Insomniac Gemma Correll is here to assure you that it could be much, much worse. In her hugely popular comic drawings, Gemma Correll dispenses dubious advice and unreliable information on life as she sees it”


There you have it, this weeks Top Ten Tuesday, graphic novels I recently added to my TBR! I am a huge fan of Graphic Novels and really wish I could pick up more! Don’t forget to leave links to your Top 10 Tuesday below!

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