Francine Delgado’s 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 Francine Delgado.

Francine is a Latina Costa Rican artist now residing in Vancouver, British Columbia. She has studied graphic design and fashion design, but claims to have always loved comics and animation. Francine contributed art for USNA Books 1, 2 and 3. Last year at New York Comic-Con, Francine exhibited her first co-creation The Comet Combustion that was published by Insight Comics. She’s currently working on issue #2 set for release later this year. Francine also publishes a weekly mini-comic series on Instagram: @thecometbook.

Here is Francine’s top 10 go-to comic book and graphic novel list:

10. USNA I and II  by Davy Longworth, Allan Stanleigh and Harry Kalensky
“I love to read about a Canadian revelation in this version of what will happen if the USA buys out Canada.”

9. The Comet, Volume 1 by Arianna Irwin, and Francine Delgado
“I got to love a new hero beginning story, and The Comet‘s main character has a very noble one.”

8. Blankets by Craig Thomson
“It super cute story of the first love.”

7. Skydoll by Alessandro Barbucci and Barbara Canepa
“A sexy/funny fantasy/sci-fi story, with a beautiful aesthetic.”

6. Klaus by Grant Morrison and Dan Mora
“Dan’s art it’s just stunning, the twist from the classic Santa Claus story in this comic is pretty cool.”

5. Revelations by Paul Jenkins and Humberto Ramos
“I love Ramos art and a good demons/angels story.”

4. Watchmen by Alan Moore and artist Dave Gibbons
“I love superhero stories and this one was the 1st one I read in a very realistic ambient.”  

3. Paper Girls by Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang
“All about this is great, amazing writing and perfect art combination.”

2. Joe the Barbarian by Grant Morrison and Sean Murphy
“I love this book, the writer takes something so real (hypoglycemia), to creates this amazing crazy world in a kid’s head.”

1. Blacksad, Volume 1 by Juan Díaz Canales and Juanjo Guarnido
“It is like a Disney movie for adults! who would not like that?”

You can discover more about Francine on Twitter at @frandelgado and online at

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