Graphic novels...

pointoneeight

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...does anyone on here read them? I just finished Logicomix which was superb, if a little different from reading Incognito and the latest Walking Dead before that.

Anyone have any recomendations for something next?

Cheers
Al
 

Streetshooter

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Al,
A great Graphic book to read is called "Art and Visual Perception" by Rudolph Arnheim.
It has all the graphic stuff you need....
Don
 

noodlehaus

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.18, the only graphic novels i've read are the ones by DC and Marvel, the single-book specials that they do :D not sure if those count. i particularly liked "Kingdom Come" by DC.
 

pointoneeight

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The Red Star by Christian Gossett is very good. Also the Sin City graphic novels. I have lots of other choices depending on what you are into.
Thanks, I like the look of Red Star. I've only recently started reading sci fi/fantasy themed novels having read factual based ones such as Laika, Jason Lutes Berlin Vol 1 & 2 and the travel novels Pyongyang, Burma Chronicles etc by Guy Delisle.

I guess sci-fi wise I prefer the post-apocalyptic, or near-future style.
 
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