The most literary comic I have ever read. Religion, morality, blood, sex, drugs and Bill Hicks. Oh, Hell Yeah!!!
2. Y: The Last Man
#2. A dystopian future where all males have been wiped out by an unknown variable. Given stereotypes of the "fairer sex", this dystopian future where women rule puts a believable monkey-wrench in our pre-conceived notions.
3. House of Mystery
#3 I fell in love with the multiple bar stories told from members of fanciful multiple dimensions and written and illustrated by new teams all anchored by the magnificent team behind Jack of Fables.
Violence, Romance and Substance. There is nothing wanting in this book of romantic Viking tales.
Juxtapose your favorite characters from fairy tales and storybooks with 21st century civilization and find novel ways to view these iconic characters. I want to give you an example of the brilliance of this book, but I wouldn't want to spoil anything!
6. Jack of Fables
Jack is a real jackhole, but I can't stop reading about his expoits. Straight out of Fables, you'll love to hate him...or maybe just hate him, but you won't be indifferent. Great writing, great art.
7. American Vampire
My favorite new title!!! I know we're all a bit tired of vampires these days, but do yourself a favor and read this innovative period comic taking place in both the old west and early 1920's Hollywood.
8. V for Vendetta
Anarchy is not what you think it is. Don't believe the retards who tell you it's about chaos. This book teaches us that it has to do with personal liberty and responsibility, Ideology and Rebellion against the status quo. A wonderful work by a fearless author.