Top 11 Graphic Novels and Comics Of 2014 All Blerds Should Read

Concrete Park

Concrete Park by Tony Puryear and Erika Alexander

Erika Alexander, widely-known as Max from the 90’s sitcom “Living Single,” and her husband, Tony Puryear, screenwriter and artist, partnered to create the graphic novel version of an already well-received comic. Concrete Park follows outcasts from Earth who are exiled to a distant desert planet. They will either destroy each other or create something new and hopeful.

The Sleep of Reason

The Sleep of Reason edited by C. Spike Trotman

“This is an anthology of comics that strive to inspire unparalleled dread.” If you like creepy, weird, offbeat and possibly off-putting horror comics, then check out “The Sleep of Reason” edited by a brilliant sistah — C. Spike Trotman. The 368-page anthology of horror comics features 26 original black-and-white horror stories created by a variety of authors/illustrators.

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