The Village Voice names best graphic novels of 2013

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The Village Voice names best graphic novels of 2013

Critic R.C. Baker checks in with The Village Voice’s best graphic novels of 2013, a list that comes in both article and gallery form. It’s probably best described as … eclectic:

  • The Best of EC Comics Artist’s Edition, Vol. 1 (IDW Publishing)
  • The Adventures of Jodelle, by Guy Peellaert and Pierre Bartier (Fantagraphics)
  • Before Watchmen: Comedian/Rorschach Deluxe Edition, by Brian Azzarello, Lee Bermejo and J.G. Jones (DC Comics)
  • Ray and Joe: The Story of a Man and His Dead Friend, by Charles Rodrigues; edited by Bob Fingerman and Gary Groth (Fantagraphics)
  • Curing the Postmodern Blues: Reading Grant Morrison and Chris Weston’s The Filth in the 21st Century, by Tom Shapira (Sequart)
  • Law of the Desert Born: A Graphic Novel, by Louis L’Amour, Charles Santino, et al (Bantam)
  • Sandcastle, by Pierre Oscar Levy and Frederik Peeters (SelfMadeHero)
  • Sacrifice, by Sam Humphries and Dalton Rose (Dark Horse)
  • Occupy Comics 1 and 2, by various (Black Mask)
  • The Alluring Art of Margaret Brundage: Queen of Pulp Pin-Up Art, by Stephen D. Korshak and J. David Spurlock
  • Battling Boy, by Paul Pope (First Second)