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Top Ten Graphic Novels for Readers Who Don’t Like Graphic Novels by Amy Estersohn

Today’s re-blog shares a broad range of types and styles of this particular form of “reading” . . .

Nerdy Book Club

Graphic novels are a chronically misunderstood kind of book.  When I tell people I specialize in graphic novel reviews, they immediately assume I’m a ComicCon-attending superhero fiend (uh, not really).   Or they assume that I focus on graphic novels because I give them out only to my striving readers (no, no, no, no, no).

I enjoy graphic novels the same way I enjoy magazines and novels and cookbooks and newspapers.  I enjoy graphic novels as a kind of reading, and I appreciate that the genre is wide and varied.

Below are some books that are terrific for readers across all ages. If you don’t often read graphics, try one of these!  

  1. Ms. Marvel series by G. Willow Wilson.  Carol Danvers, move over — Kamala Khan is here to take your role in the Avengers. Let’s see if she can beat the bad guys quickly because she has a chem…

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