Best Ever Graphic Novels
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It would be great if there is a www.graphicnovelsgeek.com, but there isn't.
Instead it takes a lot of hard work and contacts to find out what the great graphic novels are. And they aren't cheap. Usually you are going off just one person's recommendation.

So I decided to have a go at distilling the accumulated wisdom of the web on graphic novels and totting up the number of times each one was recommended. This list is the result of that. It includes votes from a previous geeklist, "Must Read Comics", though that was written over 2 years ago:
http://www.boardgamegeek.com/geeklist/3377/page/1

This list includes any awards lists I could find, 3 different "Top 100"s, any recommendations from comics websites (mostly defunct), but at its core is the combined listings of 50 Amazon "Great Graphic Novels" lists. I gave 1 point for a mention on an Amazon list, and a varied number of points for the other lists, depending on how reliable I estimated they were.

Feel free to add any comments, or anything you think is great that I've missed.

You can also check out my blog, which has my 1st attempt at this on it, and an updated version:
http://bestgraphicnovels.blogspot.com/

The first 40 entries are the "semi-official" top 40 that I have constructed. The others after that are ones that people have added. I'll go through these and add a comment with the "semi-official" placing of that work and its points.

If you like this blog then there is a poll which post-dates it on the Comics Guild of BGG -> here
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51. Board Game: Nuclear Destruction [Average Rating:6.00 Unranked]
Jose Antonio Morais Junior
Brazil
Sao Paulo
Sao Paulo
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Barefoot Gen Volume One: A Cartoon Story of Hiroshima

by Keiji Nakazawa, Art Spiegelman, and Project Gen
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52. Board Game: Cerberus: The Proxima Centauri Campaign [Average Rating:5.81 Overall Rank:8979]
John Mehrholz
United States
Springdale
Arkansas
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Cerebus the Aardvark by Dave Sim

The name came from a misspelling of Cerberus. The comic started as a parody of Conan, but became a multi-decade long life story of a small gray, irritable aardvark. Telling his rise and fall and rise and fall from power spanning over 16 collected volumes.

The term "Cerebus Syndrome" is now a common one, among web comic artists at least, in referring to comics that started as humorous strips and became more serious.

It's an acquired taste, and the author has always been at the center of controversy, but it deserves mention on any list like this as probably the most ambitious of western graphic novels, in terms of length: both in number of pages and in the time it took to create.
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53. Board Game: Halo [Average Rating:0.00 Unranked]
Alan Faller
United Kingdom
Brighton
East Sussex
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The Ballad of Halo Jones
Alan Moore and Ian Gibson

I am stunned that nobody else has mentioned this seminal work from the early days of 2000AD. If you read that comic in the early 80's then this is one of the most memorable stories, period.

Halo Jones is an ordinary girl living an extraordinary life. Her ballad comprises 3 separate stories - a shopping trip on the 'hoop' a huge residential zone moored off a future eastern seaboard of America - her escape on the luxury liner "The Clara Pandy" where she works as a waitress - and her eventual involvement as a foot soldier in an intersteller war which gives a nod to Joe Haldeman's excellent novel "The Forever War".

The first book is the weakest, the other 2 are genius. This had a profound effect on a comic audience that had never seen anything like it in 2000AD before, and it is still spoken about with reverence by those 'that were there'.

And it is another Alan Moore!
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54. Board Game: The First Arab-Israeli War [Average Rating:6.56 Overall Rank:6775]
Noel Tiangco
Canada
Guelph
Ontario
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Palestine by Joe Sacco

Joe Sacco is one of a kind. Living with the people in Palestine and experiencing first hand how life trully is over there. If you want to understand what living in Palestine is, then read this.
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55. Board Game: Mexica [Average Rating:7.06 Overall Rank:506]
Dave Lartigue
United States
Springfield
Massachusetts
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Palomar by Gilbert Hernandez.

Honestly just about anything from Love and Rockets is worthwhile, and Locas is a fun read, but you want stuff that will knock your socks off? Get Palomar. It tells the stories of the denizens of a fictional Mexican border town. Their lives intersect, they age, fall in and out of love, move away, come back, and live full, real lives despite the magical realism that sometimes enters into their world. I bought it and Locas at the same time and read it first, expecting Locas (the Maggie and Hopey stories) to blow me away but instead Palomar floored me.
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56. Board Game: Planetas. La conquista del espacio [Average Rating:6.00 Unranked]
Dave Lartigue
United States
Springfield
Massachusetts
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Planetes

Do you not really go for manga? Neither did I, until I read this. If you love good characters and realistic, "hard" sci-fi, this short (5 volume) series is worth looking into. No giant robots, no panties, no wispy androgynous characters, no ninjas, and no schoolgirls, just solid sci-fi storytelling.
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57. Board Game: Verzauberte Eulen [Average Rating:7.27 Unranked]
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Well, you didn't say adult graphic novels, so I'm adding Owly. Told almost entirely without words, this is sweet and charming and a lot of fun to read with the little ones. Some of the cutest characters ever, and it's a great way to spark young imaginations, as kids talk about what's happening.
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58. Board Game: BANG! [Average Rating:6.62 Overall Rank:723]
Scott M
United States
Lake Hiawatha
New Jersey
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Spaghetti Western by Scott Morse

I like almost anything by Scott Morse but I'd have to say Barefoot Serpent is probably my favorite of his (but Spaghetti Western lent itself to using a Bang image ) but i'd also recommend Soulwind and Southpaw as well. I love his art and his storytelling is excellent.

Spaghetti Western is a short, modern day Western story and Southpaw is about a boxing tiger on the run.

Barefoot Serpent combines a biography of Kurosawa with a story about a family dealing with a loss done very nicely.

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59. Board Game: Fabulantis [Average Rating:4.90 Unranked]
Ian Radford
United Kingdom
Gloucestershire
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Fables - By Bill Willingham

I'm most surprised this didn't make the top 50. Wonderfully imaginative storytelling, using the characters and situations of children's stories to tell very adult, dark and macabre stories. It's no surprise that Fables is one of the few Vertigo lines that continues to sell strongly. It's about the only ongoing series they've published that even begins to rival The Sandman's literary and emotive depth.
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60. Board Game: I've Never... The Outrageous Game of Truth [Average Rating:5.39 Unranked]
Teacher Fletcher
United States
Chicago
Illinois
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I NEVER LIKED YOU

by CHESTER BROWN

In the vein of the previously-mentioned Blankets. Brown recalls his put-upon childhood, with fragile, spare drawings. The title comes from something his grade-school crush finally told him. Sad and funny.
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61. Board Game: Don't Wake Daddy [Average Rating:4.26 Overall Rank:11047]
Teacher Fletcher
United States
Chicago
Illinois
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SILLY DADDY

by JOE CHIAPPETTA

This is one man's account of becoming a father in his early 20s, raising up his son, and going through a divorce. Strong personal storytelling. Long on charm.

Amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/Silly-Daddy-Joe-Chiappetta/dp/15942901...
 
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62. Board Game: Samurai [Average Rating:7.44 Overall Rank:129]
Dave Lartigue
United States
Springfield
Massachusetts
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Usagi Yojimbo

Probably the best monthly comic coming out these days. Stan Sakai's tale of a Rabbit Ronin is closing in on its 100th issue and there's not a bad one in the bunch. Recurring characters with depth, plots in which events have consequences, and yet not at all unfriendly to people just joining in. It's a quiet little masterpiece. The storylines go effortlessly from comedy to drama to mystery to horror to romance. I started with volume 11, 'Seasons', and have been hooked ever since.
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63. Board Game: Solar Conflict [Average Rating:5.50 Unranked]
Steve
United Kingdom
Milford Haven
Pembrokeshire
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Solar, Man of the Atom: Alpha & Omega and Second Death

Jim Shooter is the most under-rated comic creator of all-time.
Some of the best stuff he did was at Valiant Comics in the early 90s and then the company he set up afterwards, Defiant Comics.

Defiant Comics' Dark Dominion was one of the greatest series I ever read (and my current avatar picture).
 
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64. Board Game: Plasm [Average Rating:5.08 Unranked]
Steve
United Kingdom
Milford Haven
Pembrokeshire
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Warriors of Plasm (again by Jim Shooter)

The only "graphic novel" (trade paperback) that Defiant comics managed to produce was the first story arc for their flagship title "Warriors of Plasm" - a great series with some totally awesome sci-fi story ideas. I picked up my copy for $1.00 in East Village whilst on my honeymoon in NY.
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65. Board Game: All Things Zombie: The Boardgame [Average Rating:6.33 Overall Rank:2531]
 
Caleb Wynn
United States
Adairsville
Georgia
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Here is a great series that I have started reading via trades:

The Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman and art by Tony Moore

In a world overrun by the dead, the living must truly begin to live. A great series that everyone should at least check out.
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66. Board Game: Broadsides and Boarding Parties [Average Rating:6.09 Overall Rank:3406]
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My absolute, very favorite graphic novel is the collected 2000AD Slaine storyline, Sky Chariots.
The high point of the story finds Slaine and his dwarven sidekick-punching bag, Ukko defending their nemesis's sky chariot (a flying boat) against three(!) viking aerial vessels.

It's a wonderful, high adventure story with gorgeous artwork by Mic McMahon. The battle sequence of Slaine defending the air boat against boarding viking berserkers is phenomenal.

Of course, Pat Mills' writing is top notch

The Titan Books collected volume of the storyline is difficult to find, but highly recommended. I did a YouTube video review of the book a couple of years ago:

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67. Board Game: Death Note Investigation Card Game [Average Rating:6.38 Overall Rank:7255]
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Aspley
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Death Note

This is the manga that got me into manga and anime... and to date, it's by far the best I've read. The story is as clever as can be, and with every revelation you're left thinking "what are the consequences of that?" The two main characters are meant to be geniuses, and they do indeed act in an appropriate way, so you can tell that the author was very clever as well. Add to that astonishing artwork, and you've got a winner.
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68. Board Game: ElfQuest [Average Rating:5.14 Overall Rank:9722]
Joe Grundy
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Sydney
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What, no Elfquest?

(Oh I see... 52nd on the full list.)

I notice a huge percentage of "well regarded" graphic novels seem to aim to be dark and broody, serious, somewhat violent... often outlets for future or present despair. (Maybe it's just the shops I've been into.)

Elfquest may have had some somewhat simplistic themes, but it was (apart from a couple of embarassing pages here and there) superbly drawn and well told... fun, sexy, and childishly naive (in a good way) all at once.
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69. Board Game: Order of the Stick Adventure Game: The Dungeon of Dorukan [Average Rating:5.88 Overall Rank:3699]
Joe Grundy
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Sydney
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Order of the Stick is an internet comic made it into print. For my mind OotS makes a very successful transition from spot comedy (one liners, in jokes, sight gags) into unfolding what turns out to be a very engaging epic fantasy.

(Am I allowed to include this?)
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70. Board Game: Asterix & Obelix [Average Rating:5.22 Overall Rank:9830]
Joe Grundy
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Asterix!

(Where is the line?)
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71. Board Game: Tintin [Average Rating:4.79 Overall Rank:10335]
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Tintin

(Where is that line?)
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72. Board Game: Myth Fortunes [Average Rating:4.94 Overall Rank:10249]
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Myth Adventures

Another "where is the line" question ... adapted from a novel by Robert Asprin, "Myth Adventures" (drawn by Phil Foglio) works really well, and was the driving force behind me hunting up other stuff by Foglio.

More Foglio...

Buck Godot... collections of short stories, and now also one major story arc written/drawn many years ago has been being coloured by Foglio and published online ... it's just now coming to a close and will at last make it into colour print and onto my shelf!

Girl Genius... also online and making it into (colour) print as "books" ar completing. An enjoyable and light read. Adventure. Romance. Mad science!

"Fools! I will destroy you all! (Ask me how.)"
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