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Old 06-13-2012, 06:47 PM   #15
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Got any reccomendations for me, guys? I have Sandman and Fables in DTB, I know about Watchmen, V, and League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (and scanned my brother's copies of those but didn't care for them, especially no LEG as much as I thought I would). Anyway, Sandman and Fables are my favorite. I also loved Daytripper and liked the first volume of American Vampire (the only one in eFormat, both purchased via the Kindle App on my tablet).

So, given that, any reccomendations for me? No manga, no superheroes (at least not used traditionally). I want some instant graphic gratification and it has become so difficult to search through the dreck on Amazon.
All good titles! Walking Dead and Batman are also amazing. If ya wanna try something new, check out some emotobooks. Short stories with some art, but their not graphical novels though. I like em, some of the other members like em, some of the other members don't like em. Worth checking out though, might be your cup of tea
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