Paulus Linnaeus’ Top 10 Go-to Comic Book and Graphic Novel List

True North Country Comics presents the top 10 go-to comic books and graphic novels for Paulus Linnaeus.

Paulus is an artist and writer of The Demon Huntress — a series that “tells the story of a haunted young woman who roams this world… and beyond. Through historical ages. Into other-worldly dimensions.” Former professor, doctor, parachutist, military instructor, scuba diver, writer, poet, and musician, Paulus has travelled and lived throughout the world. Volume 2 of The Demon Huntress graphic novel series is anticipated shortly.

Here’s Paulus Linnaeus’ top 10 go-to comic books and graphic novels:

10. The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller, Klaus Janson and Lynn Varley
“Miller took cinematography into comics in a way that set the benchmark for the next generation, like method acting on the silver screen.”

9. The Third Testament originally French: Le Troisième Testament, Xavier Dorison and Alex Alice
“Intelligent historical fiction with depth, and philosophical context.”

8. Blacksad by Juan Diaz Canales and Guarnido
“Impactful classic 1950s setting detective noir that explores social contexts and dilemmas authentically.”

7. Long John Silver originally in French, Dorison and Lauffray
“‘Retelling’ of a classic sequel that is both original and yet consistent with the original by Stevenson.”

6. Malcolm X by Andrew Helfer and Randy DuBurke
“An important historic saga that needs to be told, rendered respectfully and accurately, and through a non-partisan lens.”

5. The Ballad of the Salty Sea originally French: La Ballade de la mer salée, Hugo Pratt
“The high point of the Corto Maltese series, an exploration of the human condition of friendship at the turn of the last century.”

4. Airborne 44 originally French, by Jarbinet
“A series of cleverly intertwined but independent stories that depict all sides of the WW2 conflict, without bias.”

3. The Score by Richard Stark and Darwyn Cooke
“Along the The Outfit, the high point of the Parker series, a hardboiled crime thriller more realistic than Ocean’s 11.”

2. High Society by Dave Sim
“The apotheosis of the Cerebus series, it dismantles through erudite satire the history of government and medieval religious corruption, on a broader scale than Citizen Kane.”

1. Isabelle, She-Wolf of France originally French: Isabelle, la louve de France, by Gloris and Calderon
“Serious and accurately presented historical drama for discerning readers.”

You can discover more about Paulus online at and www.LaChasseressededé

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