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Preview of Trillium #1. Mark my words, guys, this is going to be one of the best books of 2013. And I won't be reading it. Because I have no money. (Head explodes)

Trillium by Jeff Lemire

TOTALLY underrated: The Books of Magic is a four-issue English-language comic book mini-series written by Neil Gaiman, published by DC Comics, and later an ongoing series under the imprint Vertigo. Since its original publication, the mini-series has also been published in a single-volume collection under the Vertigo imprint with an introduction by author Roger Zelazny. It tells the story of a young boy who has the potential to become the world's greatest magician.[1]

Very much enjoyed this series, as well as the art by the extremely talented Charles Vess. I had an "aha!" moment years later, LONG after finishing the Harry Potter books AND movies.when suddenly I remembered this series!

Escapo by Paul Pope

Pulp Hope and Crutches for a Crippled Crab Paul Pope and Dean Haspiel knock it outta the park for Comics

'Flash Gordon' Gets Grand Treatment In Beautiful Hardcover Series

'Flash Gordon' Gets Grand Treatment In Beautiful Hardcover Series

Beginning the complete library of the greatest science fiction hero of all time.

We're reading Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong written by Prudence Shen and illustrated by Faith Erin Hicks. What are you reading? #MLCReads #graphicnovel

Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong: Prudence Shen, Faith Erin Hicks//Realistic//Graphic Novel

The Man Who Laughs by Victor Hugo, David Hine and Mark Stafford (graphic novel review).

The Man Who Laughs by Victor Hugo, adapted by David Hine, illustrated by Mark Stafford