I had an overwhelming necessity to read some graphic novels, so Jenna Corso and I went to our local library and perused the section until we grabbed the graphic novels & comic books we wished to read. I grabbed Princess Decomposia and Count Spatula and Black Orchid by Neil Gaiman. Jenna grabbed The Last Unicorn but told me I needed to read it first.
Then I picked up the Last Unicorn.... HOLY MOLY. THIS BOOK WAS SO PRETTY. IT WAS SO GOOD, SO DAMN GOOD. I highly, highly recommend this, and just basking in its beauty because that is all you are going to want to do. I would explain what it's about but I honestly think it's better to not know except that it follows the last unicorn left on Earth. And it's phenomenal.
Then I picked up Black Orchid by Neil Gaiman and I started it and never finished it because I wasn't feeling it, I feel like I will eventually re-check it out and probably like it, it looked super interesting. The cover art was hella interesting though!
Fast forward a couple weeks and I went back to the Library and I checked out two more graphic novels...
First, I read The Gigantic Beard That Was Evil by Stephen Collins and BOY WAS IT BEAUTIFUL. The story was ingenious and commented on societal norms and their effect on humanity and I truly appreciate it. Honestly, I liked this more while reading it than while looking back on it, but I think it was pretty adequate.
And I never read the second one... but it was called Sailor Twain...
Anyways, of them, I would OF COURSE recommend THE LAST UNICORN. And I really enjoyed THE GIGANTIC BEARD THAT WAS EVIL.
Also, I loved NIMONA.