Best Graphic Novels of All Time
The Top Ten
Best graphic novel ever written.
This comic has everything, great art, political commentary, and a complex story with many twist and turns. And on top of all of that it provides a wonderfully perfect conclusion to what was at the time around 50 years of Batman stories. I personally respect it more than any other graphic novel because it creates a wonderful story that is different from all other Batman stories but that doesn't feel out of place. Also pre-insanity Frank Miller is great.
This is a fan fiction story.
Evey Hammond grew her hair out from bald down to her feet. Later, she goes to Great Clips to cut her hair back to her shoulders. Afterwards, she decided to marry her husband V. She is happily married with her husband and gives birth to a son. The family is united. And now they are living happily ever after in an abandoned city of London that is now a beautiful forest.
One of the best books I've ever read!
When the world is full of care
And every headline screams despare
When all is r*pe, starvation, war, and life is vile
Ha! Then there's a certain thing I do
Which I shall pass along to you
That always guarantee to make you smile
I Go Looney
As a light bulb battered bug
Sometimes foam and chew the rug
Mister life is swell in a patter cell
It'll chase those blues away
You can trade your gloom for a rubber room
And ejections twice a day
Just go Looney like an acid casualty
Or a moonie or a preacher on T.V.
This is the greatest comic book ever written (I'm counting Parts I and II together). Watchmen might be the best graphic novel in the superhero genre, but it just doesn't even come close to Maus. Maus is just great literature, period.