Let’s Talk About: My favorite graphic novels!

It’s no secret that I’ve been really into graphic novels recently. I’ve had a few people ask me for recommendations of where to get started, so I figured I’d share some of my favorite graphic novels!


Saga by Brian K. Vaughan

Audience: Adult • Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy • Series/Standalone: Series

Without a doubt, my favorite graphic novel is Saga. Every volume of it is amazing, from the characters to the plot to the artwork. You really can’t go wrong with Saga… unless you’re easily offended, because there is a lot of sex and violence.


Sheets by Brenna Thummler

Audience: Middle Grade • Genre: Fantasy • Series/Standalone: Standalone

This is an adorable graphic novel about a girl who befriends the ghost that haunts her family’s laundry business.


Scott Pilgrim, Vol. 1 by Bryan Lee O’Malley

Audience: Young Adult • Genre: Humor • Series/Standalone: Series

If you’ve seen and enjoyed Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, you’ll probably love its source material. This was a graphic novel that I read before I got really into graphic novels.


What Makes Girls Sick and Tired by  Lucile de Pesloüan

Audience: Young Adult • Genre: Nonfiction • Series/Standalone: Standalone

When it comes to introductions to feminism, this is one of the best that I’ve seen. It really clearly illustrates the problems that women face in today’s society without being too in-your-face about it.


Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi

Audience: Young Adult • Genre: Nonfiction (Memoir) • Series/Standalone: Standalone

It’s been about four years since I read Persepolis but I still remember exactly how it made me feel. I think I learned more about the Islamic Revolution from this book than I did in 17 years of school.


Paper Girls by Brian K. Vaughan

Audience: Young Adult • Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy • Series/Standalone: Series

While Paper Girls isn’t my favorite of Vaughan’s series, I still really enjoyed it! It has a very Stranger Things-esque vibe.


The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang

Audience: Young Adult • Genre: Historical/LGBT • Series/Standalone: Standalone

The Prince and the Dressmaker is legitimately one of the cutest things I’ve ever read in my life.


Everyone’s a Aliebn When Ur a Aliebn Too by Jomny Sun

Audience: YA or Adult • Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy • Series/Standalone: Standalone

This is another one of the most adorable books I’ve ever read. It features a little alien who has to come to Earth to learn about its creatures as well as life and love.


Alright, so that was my top eight graphic novels! I’m always checking out graphic novels from the library, so I’m sure I’ll be back with round two of this post eventually. If you’re interested in reading graphic novels, I hope that it helped you choose some that you’ll love. I’d love to hear your thoughts if you decide to read any of these! ❤


Have you read any of these books? Can you recommend any amazing graphic novels? Let’s talk in the comments!

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27 thoughts on “Let’s Talk About: My favorite graphic novels!

  1. Joe Harris says:

    Aww some of these look so cute to read – especially the ‘Aliebn’ one and ‘The Prince and the Dressmaker’.I’ve never really invested in a graphic novel but these definitely look like something I’d want to look into 🙂

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  2. Brianna says:

    Oh I love this post so much! I’ve been looking for some more graphic novels to read lately so I’ll have to add some of these to my TBR😊 thanks for the recs!

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