Book Lists, Graphic Novel

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Speak : The Graphic Novel by Laurie Halse Anderson and Emily Carroll

Melinda has labeled herself an outcast before high school even starts by calling the police on an end of the summer party. But the events that really took place at that party leave Melinda feeling powerless and without a voice.

Anya’s Ghost by Vera Brosgol

Russian immigrant Anya feels self-conscious, friendless, and like she doesn’t fit in. When she finally makes friends its with a ghost – who might just make things worse.

Through the Woods by Emily Carroll

If you’re in the mood for dark and twisty short stories this graphic novel might hit the spot.

Page by Paige by Laura Lee Gulledge

Paige moves from small town Virginia to New York City and uses her art to try and figure out who she is.

Mister Miracle by Tom King

Master illusionist, Scott Free is Mister Miracle, world renowned escape artist, but can he escape death itself.

All Summer Long by Hope Larson

Bina has spent most summers with her best-friend Austin, but this year he’s gone off to soccer camp and left her behind. When she bonds with Austin’s older sister over music and begins to dream of forming a band things start to look up. But what will this summer mean for her and Austin’s friendship?

Hawkeye by Matt Fraction

Clint Barton and Kate Bishop are working together for some Hawkeye and Hawkeye escapades.

Hawkeye: Kate Bishop by Kelly Thompson

Kate Bishop has moved out to LA, has a new P.I. badge in hand, and is ready to tackle the city’s crime.

The Nameless City by Faith Erin Hicks

The city has been occupied and renamed so many times the natives just refer to it as the Nameless City, and the outsiders are always outsiders. Nameless City native Rat is wary of outsider Kai, but maybe he can prove himself to her. Ideally quickly as they might be what saves the city from its next invasion.

Fallen Son : The Death of Captain America by Jeph Loeb

It’s all in the title.

Runaways by Rainbow Rowell

After going their separate ways it’s time to bring the Runaways back together.

Misfit City by Kiersten Smith

A 1980s cult classic was filmed in Wilder’s small town – and nothing has happened since. Then Wilder finds a legit, centuries old, pirate map.

Nimona by Noelle Stevenson (review)

Every super-villain needs a shape-shifting sidekick!

The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang

Prince Sebastian has a secret, he likes to wear fabulous dresses, and dressmaker Frances can help make his dreams come true. However, is the insular world they create for themselves enough to sustain them or do they both need to find the light?

Ms. Marvel by G. Willow Wilson

Muslim-American Kamala is dealing with her parents strict expectations and her own desire to be a “normal” teenager. Until she finds herself endowed with new and powerful gifts.

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