Last week's post  highlighted 2013 staff picks in juvenile and young adult graphic novels. This week's post is all about titles in our adult collection. Do you have any favorites for 2013?
Hyperbole and a Half: unfortunate situations, flawed coping mechanisms, mayhem, and other things that happened  by Allie Brosh. Based on her webcomic, Hyperbole and a Half , enjoy Brosh's rants and musings in one lovely book!
Darth Vader and Son  by Jeffrey Brown.
Troublemaker, Book One & Two  by Janet Evanovich and others.
Trinity: a graphic history of the first atomic bomb  by Jonathan Fetter-Vorm. The title says it all -- learn about the series of events that surrounded the world's first atomic bomb, from its creation to its aftermath.
*Hawkeye: my life as a weapon  by Matt Fraction.
Locke and Key series  by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez.
Attack on Titan series  by Hajime Isayam. In this post-apocalyptic manga series, it is a battle between humans and humanoids also known as Titans. All things change when an enormous Titan is brought into the mix.
The Walking Dead  by Robert Kirkman.
*Chew  by John Layman.
*The Underwater Welder  by Jeff Lemire.
George R.R. Martin's Doorways  by George R.R. Martin and Stefano Martino. If you love Game of Thrones , be sure to try this one. In this novel, we meet Dr. Thomas Mason, your average health professional. His life becomes not so average once he meets Cat, a woman from another world who occupies him in her search for freedom.
The Hedge Knight  by George R.R. Martin and others.
Daytripper  by Fabio Moon and Gabriel Bá.
Batman Inc.  by Grant Morrison.
Sailor Twain  by Mark Siegel.
Maus I & II  by Art Spiegelman.
Infestation 2  by Duane Swierczynski and others.
Blankets  by Craig Thompson.
Batman and Robin, Volume 3: death of the family  by Peter Tomasi.
Saga, Book One and Two  by Brian K. Vaughan.
*Fables series  by Bill Willingham.
* asterisk denotes multiple staff picks