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#GB101020 – List Of Ten Favourite Graphic Novels Featured Over The Past Ten Years

Comic Mania for July - September 2020.

Myra here.

The whole month of July will be devoted to sharing our List of 10 for GatheringBooks’ 10 years in 2020 – #GB101020.

Today, I am excited to walk down memory lane once again and share a list of ten graphic novels I had the privilege of featuring here over the past ten years. This is also in keeping with our current reading theme from July – September 2020: Comic Mania!

This is in no particular order. Click on the image or the title to be taken to the original post.

(01) Fun Home by Alison Bechdel (Amazon | Book Depository) – 03 May 2014

(02) Footnotes in Gaza by Joe Sacco (Amazon | Book Depository) – 10 October 2015 and 18 April 2015

(03) The Photographer: Into War-Torn Afghanistan with Doctors Without Borders. A Story Lived, Photographed and Told by Didier Lefèvre, Written and Drawn by Emmanuel Guibert, Laid Out and Colored by Frédéric Lemercier and Translated from the French by Alexis Siegel (Amazon | Book Depository) – 18 July 2015

(04) Syllabus: Notes From An Accidental Professor by Lynda Barry (Amazon | Book Depository) – 19 October 2015

(05) Two Brothers by Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba (Amazon | Book Depository) – 17 March 2016

(06) Stitches by David Small (Amazon | Book Depository) – 06 March 2017

(07) Embroideries by Marjane Satrapi (Amazon | Book Depository) – 25 May 2017

(08) I Live Here created by Mia Kirshner, J B MacKinnon, Paul Shoebridges and Michael Simons (Amazon | Book Depository) – 14 June 2018

(09) Photographic: The Life Of Graciela Iturbide by Isabel Quintero and Zeke Peña (Amazon | Book Depository) – 19 December 2018

(10) Filipino Heroes League by Paolo Fabregas – 03 August 2011

Any favourites from this list and do you have any recommendations for our current graphic novel reading theme?


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