Graphic Novel Best Sellers 12/4/16

These are the New York Times Manga Best Sellers for the week of December 4, 2016. As always, the links will take you to the Palm Beach County Library System web catalog.

1
DANTDM: TRAYAURUS AND THE ENCHANTED CRYSTAL, by Dan Middleton, Doreen Mulryan and Mike Love. (HarperCollins) Dr. Trayaurus and Dan must prevent five powerful crystals from falling into the hands of their arch–nemesis, Denton.

2
BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE, by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland. (DC Comics) This critically acclaimed story from 1988 offers a possible origin for the Joker.

3
FIGHT CLUB 2, by Chuck Palahniuk and Cameron Stewart. (Dark Horse) In this sequel to Palahniuk’s 1996 novel, Tyler Durden re-emerges to create mayhem once again.

4
THE BEST AMERICAN COMICS 2016, edited by Roz Chast and Bill Kartalopoulos. (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) This collection features contributions from Chris Ware, Cece Bell and others.

5
HILO BOOK 2: SAVING THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD, by Judd Winick. (Random House) Bizarre creatures are appearing all over town, and only Hilo, DJ and Gina can send them back to where they came from.

6
ROLLING BLACKOUTS: DISPATCHES FROM TURKEY, SYRIA AND IRAQ, by Sarah Glidden. (Drawn & Quarterly) The author travels with a team of journalists as they interview civilians and refugees from various war zones.

7
NATHAN HALE’S HAZARDOUS TALES: ALAMO ALL–STARS, by Nathan Hale. (Abrams) The Texas Revolution is the latest subject in this nonfiction series.

8
SNOW WHITE, by Matt Phelan. (Candlewick) The story of Snow White is reimagined here as a noir tale set in Manhattan during the Great Depression.

9
MOEBIUS LIBRARY: THE WORLD OF EDENA, by Jean (Moebius) Giraud. (Dark Horse) Two interstellar repairmen investigate a space station where the crew has completely vanished.

10
ANGEL CATBIRD, VOL. 1, by Margaret Atwood and Johnnie Christmas. (Dark Horse) When a scientist holding an experimental serum is hit by a car, his body mutates and takes on the physical characteristics of both a cat and an owl.

NYT Top 10 Graphic Books Best Sellers 05/29: GN Hardcovers

New York Times hardcover graphic novel best sellers from 05/29/16. The titles link to books in the PBCLS catalog. Check ’em out!

BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE, by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland. (DC Comics) This critically acclaimed story from 1988 offers a possible origin for the Joker.

2 THE COMPLETE PEANUTS: 1999–2000,by Charles M. Schulz. (Fantagraphics.) This volume includes the final year of the newspaper comic strip with a foreword written by President Obama. Check out other Peanuts comics in the PBCLS catalog.

3 WALT DISNEY’S DONALD DUCK: TERROR OF THE BEAGLE BOYS, by Carl Barks. (Fantagraphics.) The adventures of Donald, Uncle Scrooge, Huey, Dewey, and Louie continue here.

4 DC COMICS: SECRET HERO SOCIETY, VOL. 1, by Derek Fridolfs and Dustin Nguyen. (Scholastic.) Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman are reimagined here as middle-school students who attend an academy and investigate its suspicious faculty members.

5 PATIENCE, by Daniel Clowes. (Fantagraphics.) A man steals a time machine to prevent the unsolved murder of his wife.

6 EVERYTHING IS TEETH, by Evie Wyld and Joe Sumner. (Pantheon.) In this memoir, the author details her childhood fascination with sharks, sparked by family trips to Australia.

7 NATHAN HALE’S HAZARDOUS TALES: ALAMO ALL–STARS, by Nathan Hale. (Abrams.) The Texas Revolution is the latest subject in this nonfiction series. Check out the series here.

8 THE WHITE DONKEY: TERMINAL LANCE, by Maximilian Uriarte. (Little, Brown.) This book follows a Marine recruit as he searches for meaning during his military service in Iraq.

9 MARY WEPT OVER THE FEET OF JESUS, by Chester Brown. (Drawn & Quarterly.) Nine stories from the Bible are retold to examine its representations of prostitution.

10 THE RUSSIAN AND UKRAINIAN NOTEBOOKS, by Igort. (Simon & Schuster.) Survival stories from the Ukraine famine in 1932 and an investigative account of the murder of a Russian journalist are told here.