Anthologies & Short Stories in Graphic Novels
Do you find it difficult to complete a novel whether it is due to time constraints or a short attention span?
If so, consider reading graphic novels that are composed of short stories! I personally find reading comic shorts more invigorating as I rarely have the desire to sit in one place for more than an hour.
Included in this post are suggested titles that contain short stories. Do you not like what you see? Feel free to comment any suggestions or authors you like!
Anthology of Graphic Fiction, Cartoons, & True Stories Volume 1 & 2 is more suitable for adult readers for its intelligence age level and has a variety of artistic style. It is considered to have definitive style.
Demo by Brian Wood is a collection of stories about young people standing at a crossroads, each faced with life-altering decision.
Flight: Explorer Volume 1 by Kazu Kibuishi is suitable for tweeners (roughly between the ages 8-12) but contains stories from graphic novelists from all walks! Novelists include web-comic authors, DreamWorks animators, and more.
Stuck in the Middle: 17 comics from an unpleasant age is put together by the popular young adult graphic novelist Ariel Schrag. Stories illustrate the burdens of being a teen and each comic has a definitive style.