2015 Staff Favorites in Graphic Novels, Part Two

Earlier this week we shared staff picks suitable for Children and Teens. Today's post highlights staff favorites from our Adult Graphic Novel Collection. Feel free to share in the comments any favorites you've read this year! 

Alex + Ada dark knight returns Chew Days of destruction

Alex + Ada, Vol. 1 by Sarah Vaughn & others.

Batman. The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller & others. Staff enjoyed this so much she couldn't put it down. Request the print copy or borrow it digitally via Hoopla.

Chew by John Layman.

Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt by Chris Hedges & Joe Sacco.

the divine the eye of the world feynman a game of thrones

The Divine by Boaz Lavie & others.

 Robert Jordan's The wheel of time. The eye of the world. Volume One adapted by Chuck Dixon.

Feynman by Jim Ottaviani.

A Game of Thrones series written by George R.R. Martin; adapted by Daniel Abraham. Start with Volume One.

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Locke & Key series by Joe Hill & Gabriel Rodriguez. "Locke & Key is a terrific blend of deep emotion and old fashioned horror. Prepare yourself for a gritty and thoroughly entertaining ride!" - Deidre B. Start with Volume One, Welcome to Lovecraft.

Low, Vol. 1: The Delirium of Hope by Rick Remender & others.

**Nailbiter, Vol. 1: There Will Be Blood by Joshua Williamson & others. One staff favorited this because it include two of her favorite things: serial killers and mystery.

Rat Queens by Kurtis J. Wiebe & Laura Tavishati.

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**Saga by Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples. "Why should you read it? Because it's not your average tale. The story focuses on some star crossed lovers (quite literally) and their journey as a family in this chaotic universe that has been created." - Loyd H. Start with Volume One.

Velvet by Ed Brubaker. "I normally wouldn't read something like this but a friend suggested it. I'm glad I gave it a chance. It's Bond except with an older female lead. It's a welcome change." - Ruby R.

The Wake by Scott Snyder & others.

**Wytches. Volume 1 by Scott Snyder. "Great first volume! An original spin on folklore of witches. "Wytches" are the creatures that live in burrows and consume those that are pledge to them. "Pledge is pledge." Creepy and gruesome. A must read for fans of horror." - Anjela M. 

**denotes multiple staff submissions