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The 10 best graphic novels and comics of 2015

06. We Can Never Go Home (opens in new tab)

best graphic novels 2015

'We Can Never Go Home' tells the story of two runaway teenagers

"Two teenagers on the run with a stolen car, a duffel bag full of cash, superpowers, and a .45. This isn't the best time to find out they don't really know each other." We don't know about you but with a description like that, we had to get our hands on this one. A beautiful and entertaining read but it's the artwork that stole our hearts.

07. Wytches (opens in new tab)

best graphic novels 2015

Spooky illustrations by jock will scare you come bedtime

Harking back to the dark and mysterious stories of Stephen King, 'Wytches' is a comic for those that love spooky stories. With art created by jock and the story taken care of by Scott Snyder, the illustrations in this one will certainly see you leaving the light on come bedtime.

08. Harrow County (opens in new tab)

best graphic novels 2015

These creepy crawlies will get under your skin

A genuinely disturbing read, 'Harrow County' manages to be both creepy but oddly beautiful. A gothic fairy tale for 2015, the artwork harks back to the imagined creatures of H.P. Lovecraft that will have your skin crawling and your eyes unable to leave the page.

09. Wolf (opens in new tab)

Matt Taylor is sadly moving on from 'Wolf' in the new year

Matt Taylor is sadly moving on from 'Wolf' in the new year

We're huge fans of illustrator Matt Taylor here at Creative Bloq, so when he teamed up with best-selling writer Ales Kot, we knew 'Wolf' was going to be special. Sadly, Taylor has decided to leave Wolf in the new year, so be smart and get your hands on some of his best work before it disappears.

10. Paper Girls (opens in new tab)

best graphic novels 2015

Brian K. Vaughn and Wonder Woman artist Cliff Chiang collaborate

A collaboration between SAGA writer Brian K. Vaughn and Wonder Woman artist Cliff Chiang, we knew 'Paper Girls' was going to be incredible. A nostalgic, sort of sci-fi tale, the artwork itself harks back to the earlier days of comic books whilst still being wholly unique.

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