Graphic Novels 2002
(All Fiction and Non-Fiction books can be found in the YOUNG ADULT area of Cary Memorial Library unless otherwise noted.)
by Larry Gonick
Graphical artist Gareth Hinds has retold the epic poem Beowulf in a breathtaking graphic novel of vivid color and haunting images.
Truer Than True Romance
by Jeanne Martinet
Forever impressed by reading romance comics growing up, author Jeanne Martinet decided to reclaim the genre. She has taken classics of romance and replaced the original stories with alternate laugh out loud dialogue of her own.
Castle Waiting:The Curse of Brambly Hedge
by Linda Medley
A humorous and well-told series of original fairy tales, populated by characters familiar and new. Other books in the series:
Castle Waiting: The Lucky Road
The Saga of the Swamp Thing
by Alan Moore
Another groundbreaking graphic novel, this classic by Alan Moore reinvigorated the Swamp Thing myth with generous doses of both horror and sympathy.
by Akira Toriyama
This enormously popular series follows the humorous adventures of Goku and Kuririn as they battle in the World Martial Arts competition.
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