Hannah Myers’ top 10 go-to comic book and graphic novel list

True North Country Comics presents Hannah Myers’ top 10 go-to comic book and graphic novel list.

Hannah is a comic artist, illustrator, cat portraitist, scenic painter, editor and decorative artist working out of Vancouver, British Columbia. She’s also an Emily Carr graduate, cat tamer, knitting fiend, coffee addict, book sniffer, and cheese enthusiast. She’s most known for The Witching Hours, an anthology project featuring stories about magical women. Hannah sits as the Vice President on the Cloudscape Comics board.

Here is the top 10 go-to comic book and graphic novel list from Hannah Myers:

1. Beautiful Darkness by Kerascoet and Fabien Vehlmann
“Not only is the art incredible but the writer does a great job expressing the cruel nature of humanity.” 

2. The Golden Age by Cyril Pedrosa and Moreil Roxanne
“A gripping story fantasy story paired with beautiful illustrations and psychedelic colouring, cant wait for part 2!” 

3. Uzumaki by Junji Ito
“This is one of my favorite horror comics because it’s strange and surreal yet still horrifying.” 

4. The Arctic Marauder by Jacques Tardi
“Tardi’s ink work is outstanding in this book and the panel composition is really inspiring.” 

5. Jimmy Corrigan by Chris Ware
“A classic for a reason, Ware’s handling of the passing of time in graphic novel form is masterful.” 

6. Love and Rockets by Jaime Hernandez
“In particular the Maggie the Mechanic story line, the way he depicts backgrounds is expertly minimalistic and his characters have so much joy and attitude.”

7. Fun Home by Alison Bedchel
“This book is so thoughtfully written and illustrated with careful subtlety.”

8. Sabrina by Nick Drnaso
“I love crime drama and this book felt so real and intense to read, a true page turner.”

9. The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe the Graphic Novel by CS Lewis and Robin Lawrie
“This is one of the first graphic novels I’ve ever read and it’s gorgeously illustrated.”

10. Black Hole by Charles Burns
“Another classic. This book really opened my eyes to see what graphic novels could be and the art is phenomenal.”

You can discover more about Hannah on Instagram at @hananabread and online at hannahloumyers.com

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