Sunday, March 28, 2010

Sunday New York Times - Graphic Books - March 28, 2010

New York Time Graphic Books 
March 28, 2010

Today's list of Graphic Novel best sellers is included today from the New York Times! Graphic novels are so VERY popular in my libraries! Children, teen, tweens, and adults are constantly checking them out and talking about how much they enjoy them! It is always exciting sharing the list New York Times list with them each week so they can decide which ones to read. It is such a wonderful experience. I just had a mother tell me yesterday that her son now loves to read thanks to the graphic novels... He looked rather sheepish until I winked at him and told him that I love reading them too!!!!!!!!!!! 

Well... Here's the list.... Write me and tell me which ones you enjoy reading and why.... Who know... maybe if you persuade me, I just might tell you the names of some of my favorites..::)))))

Until the next time!!!!!!!!!!!!

Happy Reading..........

A children's book and/or a graphic novel a day... will keep the scary monster away!!!!!!!!!!!!


Here's the list! Here is the link to the list also:

This Week
Weeks on List
1TWILIGHT, by Stephenie Meyer and Young C. Kim. (Yen Press, $19.99.) The comic adaptation of the ever-popular vampire series.1
2KICK-ASS, by Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.. (Marvel Entertainment, $14.99.) A “realistic“ and violent look at what would happen if a teenage boy put on a costume to fight crime. Not for the weak of heart.3
3THE BOOK OF GENESIS: ILLUSTRATED, by R. Crumb. (W.W. Norton & Co., $24.95.) The legendary artist tackles the first book of the Bible.23
4DARK TOWER: THE FALL OF GILEAD, by Robin Furth and Peter David. (Marvel Entertainment, $24.99.) This comic series explores the world set forth by Stephen King’s "Dark Tower" novels. Has Roland committed the worst crime of all?7
5SUPERMAN: NEW KRYPTON, VOL. 3, by Greg Rucka, Geoff Johns and James Robinson. (DC Comics, $24.99.) The Man of Steel must play peacemaker as a new Kryptonian society begins to take shape on another planet. Unfortunately, General Zod has some ideas of his own.1
6THE INVINCIBLE IRON MAN, VOL. 1, by Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca. (Marvel Entertainment, $39.99.) Iron Man faces off against Ezekiel Stane and Norman Osborn in this deluxe collection of the on-going series.2
7BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE, by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland. (DC Comics, $17.99.) This critically acclaimed story from 1988 offers a possible origin for the Joker.54
8THE STAND: AMERICAN NIGHTMARES, by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Mike Perkins. (Marvel Entertainment, $24.95.) This collected edition reprints the second mini-series devoted to the comic book version of Stephen King’s novel, "The Stand."8
9HULK, VOL. 4, by Jeph Loeb and Ian Churchill. (Marvel Entertainment, $24.99.) The nigh-unstoppable Red Hulk gathers a deadly cast of characters (including Deadpool and Elektra) in order to stir up some mayhem in the Marvel Universe.1
10DARK AVENGERS, VOL. 2, by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato. (Marvel Entertainment, $19.99.) Norman Osborn''s team of unlikely heroes faces their greatest challenge yet: a man who can control every molecule on the planet.1

This Week
Weeks on List
1BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER: SEASON 8, VOL. 6, by Joss Whedon, Jane Espenson and others. (Dark Horse Comics, $15.99.) The vampires hold the upper hand, but the slayers are about to get some help: Oz. Plus, more on the mysterious Twilight.3
2HELLBOY, VOL. 9, by Mike Mignola and Duncan Fegredo. (Dark Horse Comics, $19.99.) A by-the-numbers giant hunting case takes an unforeseen detour that forces Hellboy to confront the truth about his lineage.1
3THE WALKING DEAD, VOL. 11, by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard. (Image Comics, $14.99.) The road to Washington is filled with many dangers for Rick and his band of refugees. To say anything more will ruin the story.11
4FABLES, VOL. 13, by Bill Willingham and Matthew Sturges. (DC Comics, $17.99.) The Fables face-off against the Literals, the embodiments of romance, comedy, fantasy and one who can forever erase them from the world.6
5THE WALKING DEAD, VOL. 1, by Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore. (Image Comics, $14.99.) The gripping story of the human survivors in a world overrun by zombies begins.21
6WATCHMEN, by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. (DC Comics, $19.99.) This epic tale from 1986 signaled a new maturity in comic books.56
7THE ZOMBIE SURVIVAL GUIDE: RECORDED ATTACKS, by Max Brooks. (Three Rivers Press, $17.00.) If you want to survive a zombie attack, there may be no better way than to see how past cultures have done it.24
8V FOR VENDETTA, by Alan Moore and David Lloyd. (DC Comics, $19.99.) In a dystopian future, an anarchist sets out to topple the oppressive and totalitarian government of the United Kingdom.49
9CHEW, VOL. 1, by John Layman and Rob Guillory. (Image Comics, $9.99.) Talk about taking a bite out of crime! Detective Tony Chu gets psychic impressions from whatever he eats, including corpses. He’s recruited to help solve the strangest cases.11
10STAR WARS: LEGACY, VOL. 8, by John Ostrander and Jan Duursema. (Dark Horse Comics, $17.99.) This story, set 133 years after the death of Darth Vader, follows the last living heir of Luke Skywalker: Cade, who abandons the Jedi life for plans to increase his wealth.2

This Week
Weeks on List
1NARUTO, VOL. 47, by Masashi Kishimoto. (VIZ Media, $9.99.) Naurto learns more secrets from his past and moves closer to discovering the identity of his nemesis, Pain.7
2BLEACH, VOL. 30, by Tite Kubo. (Viz Media, $9.99.) Ichigo Kurosaki sees dead people and must help usher them safely into the afterlife.3
3BLACK BUTLER, VOL. 1, by Yana Toboso. (Yen Press, $10.99.) Sebastian is a loyal butler who moves easily from dinner parties to the underworld. Is he too good to be true? Is he even human?8
4VAMPIRE KNIGHT, VOL. 9, by Matsuri Hino. (VIZ Media, $9.99.) Cross Academy has day and evening students, but the latter have a secret: they are vampires.7
5SOUL EATER, VOL. 2, by Atsushi Ohkubo. (Yen Press, $10.99.) Maka, an arms expert, wants to turn the Soul Eater, her living scythe, into the ultimate weapon for Death.4
6ALICE IN THE COUNTRY OF HEARTS, VOL. 2, by Quinrose and Soumei Hoshino. (TOKYOPOP, $10.99.) Alice’s exploration of this strange wonderland continues. In this world, everyone has clocks for hearts. Because they can be easily repaired, life is valued less.3
7ALICE IN THE COUNTRY OF HEARTS, VOL. 1, by Quinrose and Soumei Hoshino. (TOKYOPOP, $10.99.) Alice wanders into a very different part of Wonderland in this interpretation of the classic tale. In this new area of the fantasy land, every man is in love with Alice... and firearms.7
8NEGIMA! (MAGISTER NEGI MAGI), VOL. 25, by Ken Akamatsu. (Del Rey, $10.99.) Fate Averruncus gives Negi a choice: fight him and save the world or flee and guarantee his student’s safety.4
9MAXIMUM RIDE, VOL. 1, by James Patterson and NaRae Lee. (Yen Press, $10.99.) Shouldn’t having wings be fun? That’s not the case for 14-year-old Maximum Ride and her friends who are hunted by a organization called "The School."9
10SKIP BEAT!, VOL. 20, by Yoshiki Nakamura. (Viz Media, $9.99.) Kyoko tries to create a Christmas miracle. Can she cheer up Maria, who has a very good reason for enjoying the holiday season?3

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