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Secondary Book List: Adventure/Fantasy

All the books in this list have been read by either Jenn or Amy. They are certified to be appropriate for the elementary age group and have been chosen for their benefit to classrooms and libraries.

Some books on the Secondary List are also available on the Elementary and Intermediate Lists. This is because we feel these books have a wide-ranging appeal.

All books will be reduced by 25% at time of ordering.


image not available Age of Bronze

Volumes: 3, ongoing
Written and Illustrated by: Eric Shanower
Genre: Adventure, Mythology
Black-and-white
Softcover
SRP: 22.00 each

Synopsis: Age of Bronze is the story of the Trojan War told in extraordinarily rich detail. The series is on the third volume, and has only gotten to the point of abandoning Philoctetes. The first book dealt with the abduction of Helen, and the second with the sacrifice of Iphigenia. The gods are not as present as they are in the Iliad, and the reason for the war is given as control of the Black Sea. This gives the story a more realistic feel. The characters are well defined, and uniquely illustrated. The author has pooled a massive amount of research, both visual and written, in order to bring to life the whole story, from the abduction of Helen, onward. The author has drawn on the Iliad, the Epic Cycle, other mythologies, secondary sources, talking with Trojan archaeologists, museum collections, and a visit to the site of Troy itself. These books are an invaluable addition to any school with Classics in its curriculum. Plus, download the app.

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image not available Asterix

Volumes: 24; ongoing
Asterix Omnibus


Volumes: 6; ongoing

Written by: Rene Goscinny
Illustrated by: Albert Uderzo
Genre: Humour, Historiography
Colour
Softcover and Hardcover
SRP: SC 13.95, HC 18.95, Omnibus 21.95

Synopsis: The year is 50 BC. Gaul is entirely occupied by the Romans. Well, not entirely... one small village of indomitable Gauls still holds out against the invaders. The village is home of Asterix, Obelix, and many other unforgettable characters. The secret is in the magic potion, made by the druid Getafix. The books each comprise a stand-alone adventure in which Asterix and Obelix generally fight the Romans, and meet other races. There is a range of humour, allowing the books to appeal to a wide audience. Also, the books serve as a good introduction to the Romans, as well as other ancient civilizations, as they are quite historically accurate. Translated from French.

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image not available Black Metal
Volumes:2; ongoing
Written by: Rick Spears
Illustrated by: Chuck BB
Genre: Supernatural
Black and White
Softcover, digest-sized
SRP: 13.00

Synopsis: Shawn and Sam are twin brothers who are completely dedicated to heavy metal. They also harbour a dark secret: they have discovered their true heritage by playing a Frost Axe album backward. Now, empowered by the mystic sword Atoll, they fight hordes of demons, Norse gods, and even Satan himself in an attempt to fulfill the prophecy of the Hell Baron. This is a hilarious and devoted send-up to heavy metal.

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image not available Blacksad

Volumes: 2; ongoing
Written by: Juan Diaz Canales
Illustrated by: Juanjo Guarnido
Genre: crime noir
Colour
Hardcover; oversize
SRP: 20.95

Blacksad was originally published in French from 2000-2005. In 2010, Dark Horse completed this translated compilation of the first 3 issues of the series. On first glance, one might wonder how they will be absorbed by a book about talking animals, for the characters are all anthropomorphic. However, the incredible artwork pays close attention to how the animals would actually move, applying the characteristics of the animals to the characters themselves. The story follows the tales of Blacksad, an independent detective. This is a true crime noir series, with all the narrative characteristics expected of this genre. The first tale is a straight-up hardboiled detective tale, in which Blacksad must investigate the murder of an actress ex-girlfriend, which leads him to a crime boss. The second tale is a tale of a kidnapping in a town in which white animals run things and coloured animals are second-class citizens. The third tale focuses on murders connected to the cold war arms race. Blacksad is a captivating character, as he just tries to get through life and his job, but consistently is beaten within an inch of his life, and falls in love, only to have it all fall apart. Contains language and nudity.

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image not available Bone

Volumes: 9; complete
Written and Illustrated by: Jeff Smith
Genre: Fantasy
Colour
SRP: 10.99-13.99 each

Synopsis: After being run out of Boneville, the three Bone cousins, Fone Bone, Phoney Bone, and Smiley Bone are separated and lost in a vast uncharted desert. One by one, they find their way into a deep forested valley filled with wonderful and terrifying creatures, including a dragon and rat creatures. They also meet a vast array of characters, including Thorn, a girl who has a bigger role to play than she could imagine. This fantasy epic has won wide international recognition and acclaim.

One Volume: This reprints the entire series of Bone in one volume, in the original black-and-white format.
SRP: 46.00

Stupid, Stupid Rat Tales: This book collects two stories set in the Bone universe, both written by Tom Sniegoski. The first story, drawn by Jeff Smith tells the story of Big Johnson Bone, in his fight against Rat Creatures before becoming opening his trading post on the Rolling Bone River. The second story, drawn by Stan Sakai tells the story of two Rat Creatures as they rather unsuccessfully attempt to capture dinner. Both stories capture the fun and adventure of the Bone series.
SRP: 11.50

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image not available BPRD

Volumes: 14; ongoing
Written by: various
Illustrated by: various
Genre: Supernatural
Colour
Softcover
SRP: 20.00 each

Synopsis: A spin-off of the highly popular "Hellboy" series, BPRD deals with the same noir supernatural storylines. The Bureau of Paranormal Research and Development is a secret department that investigates and fights paranormal threats. While "Hellboy" focuses on its title character, BPRD delves into the lives of the supporting cast: Liz Sherman, a pyrokinetic; Abe Sapien, an intellectual mer-man; Lobster Johnson, a 1940s-style superhero with lobster claws. The stories are intelligent, witty, and action-packed. By the same creator: Hellboy

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image not available Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Volumes: Omnibus: 7, complete; Season Eight: 8, complete; Season Nine: 1, ongoing
Written by: Joss Whedon
Illustrated by: Georges Jeanty
Genre: Supernatural/Vampire
Colour
Softcover
SRP: Omnibus 27.00-30.00; Season Eight and Nine 18.00 each
Synopsis: This series is based on the cult-classic TV series of the same name. Buffy was an ordinary teenager until she learned that she was the next in a line of vampire slayers. Now, with the help of a secret society, and her high school friends, she fights vampires, demons, and other things that go bump in the night. The Omnibus editions collect the original comic series which was published by Dark Horse concurrently and immediately after the airing of the series. Season Eight is a brand new storyline, written by series creator Joss Whedon, as if a continuation of the seven TV seasons. The series features all the characters from the TV show in the same sort of action-packed, humorous plots that made the show so popular.

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image not available Castle Waiting

Volumes: 2; ongoing
Written and Illustrated by: Linda Medley
Genre: Fantasy
Black-and-white
Hardcover, digest-sized
SRP: 37.00

Synopsis: Castle Waiting is an inventive amalgamation of timeless fairy tale tropes, centred around the character of Jain and the strange place known as Castle Waiting. The story begins when pregnant Jain leaves a less-than-desirable home to find the legendary sanctuary of Castle Waiting. When she finally finds this well-hidden castle, she meets an unlikely cast of characters, including the stork steward, Rackham, the horse warrior Chess, the bearded nuns, well-meaning Simon, the gruff woodsman, and an infestation of poltersprites. This is a strongly feminist tale about acceptance, strength, and proving one's own capacity for growth and achievement. It will appeal to a variety of age groups, as a simple fairy tale full of quirky characters, and as a witty metaphor for everyday life. It is also a great way to deconstruct traditional fairy tales within the English curriculum.

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image not available Conan

Volumes: 11; complete
Written by: Kurt Busiek
Illustrated by: Cary Nord Canadian!
Colour
Softcover
SRP: 20.00-23.00

Synopsis: This is a series centred around the popular barbarian character, Conan, the supreme member of the Cimmerian race. Conan travels through a world based on swords and sorcery, generally getting himself in and out of trouble using his superb cunning, agility, daring, and strength. These stories are based on the original stories of Robert E. Howard. Although there are graphic scenes of violence, and some nudity in a sexual context, this is still highly recommended for reluctant male readers, who will be swept up by the high level of action-adventure.

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image not available Coraline

Written by: Neil Gaiman
Genre: Fantasy

Illustrated Novel: Black-and-White, Softcover
Illustrated by: Dave McKean
SRP: 16.95

Graphic Novel: Colour, Softcover
Illustrated by: P. Craig Russell
SRP: 11.99

Synopsis: One of several children's books written by Neil Gaiman. This is a fantastical and sometimes dark story about a girl named Coraline, who discovers a mysterious door on a rainy day. The door leads to a creepy, alternate world that she must then try to escape. Coraline proves to be a highly resourceful girl with a great deal of courage as she fights to overcome the forces trying to trick her into abandoning her own world.
Also by Neil Gaiman: Sandman, Signal to Noise, and Stardust. Also by Dave McKean: Signal to Noise

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image not available Courtney Crumrin

Volumes: 3; ongoing
Written and Illustrated by: Ted Naifeh
Genre: Fantasy, Supernatural
Hardcover, 24.99

Synopsis: Courtney liked her life, and then her parents dragged her out to a high-to-do suburb to live with her creepy Great Uncle Aloysius in his spooky old house. And while her parents have slipped easily into their new social status, Courtney now has to deal with snobby classmates and the strange shadowy visitors that often come to visit her uncle. Courtney soon figures out how to deal with the strange and awkward events around her, and becomes a strong heroine.
Also by the author: Polly and the Pirates.

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image not available DMZ

Volumes: 12; complete
Written by: Brian Wood
Illustrated by: Riccardo Burchielli and various
Genre: Science Fiction/Post Apocalyptic
Colour
Softcover
SRP: 12.99-19.99

Synopsis: DMZ is a science fiction work, and like all good science fiction, it deals intimately with topics and issues that are prevalent today. The DMZ was created when the US government, blinded by overseas military activity, failed to recognize the development of anti-establishment militias within its own borders. These militias eventually rise up, and fight their way north, until they are stopped at the border of Manhattan. Now, the Free Armies occupy most of the US, while the US army is holed up in New York City's boroughs, with Manhattan as a demilitarized zone between them. Matty Roth is a young photographer who gets a huge break in his career when he's chosen to accompany a veteran reporter into the DMZ. When the reporter gets killed shortly after arriving, Roth has to choose between fighting his way off the island, or writing the most important story of his career. When he chooses the latter, he learns far more than he anticipated, both about the people living on the island, and the truth about the events that created it. This series does contain violence, and quite a bit of profanity, but it presents strong messages about war, freedom of speech, and justice. Also by Brian Wood: Demo.

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image not available Fables

Volumes:17; ongoing
Written by: Bill Willingham
Illustrated by: Mark Buckingham, Lan Medina, and various
Genre: Fantasy
Colour
Softcover
SRP: 11.99-22.99

Synopsis: Fables is the story of fairytale characters living in the real world. After the Homelands were destroyed by a mysterious figure called the Adversary, several fables escape to the mundane world to live in an area of New York City known to them as Fabletown. The less human looking fables go to upstate New York to the Farm. The story mainly centres around Bigby Wolf (the Big Bad Wolf), the sheriff of Fabletown, and Snow White, divorced from Prince Charming, and deputy-mayor of Fabletown. The love story that develops between these characters is a constant thread behind the various storylines, such as the invasion of wooden soldiers from Gepetto's workshop in "March of the Wooden Soldiers", "Animal Farm" in which Snow must stop a revolution at the Farm, and "Arabian Nights" in which a delegation of Arabian Fables cause a stir in Fabletown. The characters have been deconstructed and modernized at the expert touch of author Bill Willingham, who has clearly drawn upon a vast collection of mythology and folklore to create his tales and characters.

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image not available Flight

Volumes: 7; ongoing
Written and Illustrated by: various
Genre: Fantasy, Anthology
Colour
Softcover
SRP: 24.95-32.00

Synopsis: This anthology series showcases developing and established talent in cartooning and illustration. Professionals share the pages with non-professionals who have never been in print, in a series of stories centred around the theme of flight. Often this theme is interpreted literally, but at other times, it is taken as a starting point to delve into themes of love and journey. The art in these books covers many styles, but is always exquisite, and the creators often demonstrate storytelling methods which break the traditional mold of the medium. This is an excellent addition to any library where there are students interested in art as a career or a hobby.

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image not available Greendale

1 volume; complete
Written by: Joshua Dysart
Illustrated by: Cliff Chiang
Genre: Fiction
colour
hardcover
SRP: 23.99

This graphic novel presents a new interpretation of the seminal album of the same name by Neil Young. At first suggestion, a graphic novel based on an album does not sound like it would produce a very solid story. The result is, in fact, the opposite. Dysart presents the concepts of the album - pacifism, environmentalism, and the corruption of media - along with the unique characters whose lives Young creates in his work, and weaves them into an ambitious tale, rich with imagery and social conscience. The story centres around the Green family, whose women have always had an attachment to nature that defies the ordinary. This concept is executed with a high sense of realism and is the perfect backdrop to make a statement about social justice and doing the right thing. The book was created with the direct input of Neil Young, who personally requested artist Cliff Chiang for the work. Clearly this was an excellent choice, as Chiang's open and expressive style is a perfect fit for the book. As someone who has not heard the album, the book clearly stands well on its own, but I suspect I would gain new and interesting interpretations by listening to the album on a book which is already quite open to interpretation in parts. This graphic novel can be examined in relation to not only the album, but also the movie that the album spawned, which will allow students to understand the narrative strengths and limitations of multiple media.

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image not available Hellboy

Volumes: 12; ongoing
Written by: Mike Mignola
Illustrated by: Mike Mignola and various
Genre: Supernatural
Colour
Softcover
SRP: 20.00 each

Synopsis: Hellboy is the story of a paranormal investigation team, called B.P.R.D. (Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defense). The team includes title-character Hellboy, who was summoned by Nazis in a spell that went slightly awry, resulting in Hellboy being found by the British instead of the Germans. Hellboy is indeed from hell, and wields the Right Hand of Doom, a extremely powerful and almost indestructible limb. The team also includes fish-man Abraham Sapien, and pyrokinetic Liz Sherman. The team encounters and fights various supernatural threats around the world, including demons, the undead, and resurrected Nazis. The art style is simple and clean, reducing potential horror aspects of the book, and making it an adventure series with a paranormal bent. A successful movie, "Hellboy", came out in 2004. Also by creator of this series: BPRD

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image not available League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

Volumes: 1
Written by: Alan Moore
Illustrated by: Kevin O'Neill
Genre: Literary Adventure
Colour
Softcover
SRP: 16.99

Synopsis: This beautifully illustrated book takes place in a somewhat fictional London in 1898. As the century draws to a close, the world faces a time of great change, a time for heroes. Campion Bond, under the instructions of the mysterious "M" calls upon six heroes: Allan Quartermain, Captain Nemo, Hawley Griffin, Dr. Henry Jekyll, Mr. Edward Hyde, and Mina Murray. These heroes form the League, to face the Doctor and his plans for world domination. A prose novelette about Allan Quartermain follows the graphic portion of this book. The value of this book for English class is undeniable, as the characters are all drawn from classic British novels, serving as a good point of character comparison, or as an introduction to studying one of those novels. Additionally, this volume was adapted into a film version, rather poorly, in 2003. It would be worthwhile to compare this volume to the film version. As the two are so different, it raises interesting questions about the motives of Hollywood executives, and the choices made by filmmakers. Please note, due to adult content in volume two, we only recommend volume one for classrooms and libraries. Also by this author: Batman: Killing Joke, From Hell, V for Vendetta, and Watchmen

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image not available Lenore

Volumes: 4, complete
Written and Illustrated by: Roman Dirge
Genre: Supernatural
Black and White
Hardcover, 17.95

Synopsis: Fair warning: This book is not one you would expect on this list, but it is immensely popular, especially with the emo and goth crowd. Lenore, a ten-year-old named for the Edgar Allan Poe character is a little dead girl. She loves animals, but somehow can't seem to stop killing them. Her friends include a vampire, an admirer with buttons for eyes, and her Kitty which usually finds herself painfully cuddled. The series is very cute, and full of dark humour.

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image not available Liberty Meadows

Volumes: 4, ongoing
Written and Illustrated by: Frank Cho
Genre: Humour, Adventure
Colour
Softcover, Oversized
SRP: 18.00

Synopsis: Liberty Meadows is a comic strip collected into trade paperback form. It centres around an animal rehab facility overseen by a vet named Frank and a voluptuous therapist named Brandy. Frank, of course, is in love with Brandy, but can never summon the courage to tell her. Meanwhile, he has his hands full keeping the residents of Liberty Meadows out of trouble: Ralph, an escaped midget circus bear; Leslie, a hypochondriac frog; Oscar, a wiener dog; Dean, a former frat house mascot pig in need of rehab from cigarettes, alcohol, and bad pickup lines; Truman, an aquaphobic duck. Often the series takes the form of anecdotes, which are contained in a single strip, but just as often, it involves lengthier stories, such as a cow who kidnaps wildlife show celebrities. The antics are wacky, and the characters are rich and entertaining. The romantic plot also keeps the reader wanting more.

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image not available Maintenance

Volumes: 3, complete
Written by: Jim Massey
Illustrated by: Robbi Rodriguez
Genre: Science Fiction
Colour
Softcover
SRP: 12.00 each

Synopsis: Doug and Manny have pretty much the worst job imaginable. They are janitors for TerroMax Inc., a corporation dedicated to evil science. And, when evil science leaves a mess, Doub and Manny have to clean it up. From nanites staging a revolution in the plumbing, to time-travelling cavemen, there is never a dull moment in this episodic-based series. Of course, this would be enough to deal with, without the added complication of Manny's crush on the company receptionist. This series is made hilarious by witty dialogue together with excellent cartooning, which brings slapstick to the comic page.

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image not available Annotated Northwest Passage

Volumes: 1; complete
Written and Illustrated by Scott Chantler Canadian!
Genre: Historical Fiction
Black-and-white
Hardcover
SRP: 20.00

Synopsis: This historical adventure by Canadian Scott Chantler is set in 1755 in Rupert's Land. Kids can learn about this period of Canadian history, along with the frontier politics surrounding English-French relations over the fur trade and the European relationship with the First Nations. The action-packed storyline will keep kids interested and entertained, allowing them to learn while having fun. This edition contains the three original books as well as notes about Chantler's inspiration and research.

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image not available Olympians

Volumes: 5; ongoing
Written and Illustrated by: George O'Connor
Genre: mythology
colour
softcover; app.80 pages
SRP: Vol.1: Zeus - 11.99
Vol.2: Athena - 11.99
Vol.3: Hades - 11.99
Vol.4: Hera - 11.99
Vol.5: Poseidon - 11.99


George O'Connor applies a clear love for Greek mythology to these books, designed to introduce an audience to the world of Greek mythology. He uses only primary sources, such as Theogony and Ovid's Metamorphoses, as well as the sources on www.theoi.com. He then retells the origin and other stories of the god in a dynamic way, with creative and innovative illustrations. By no means are these books meant to be comprehensive; there are a few spots where O'Connor deliberately omits or simplifies episodes in order to create better narrative. Even so, the stories are highly accurate and entertaining, allowing students to be drawn into the world of Greek myth. Each book also includes notes and character pages which give key information about specific characters in each book.

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image not available Polly and the Pirates

Volumes: 2; complete
Written and Illustrated by: Ted Naifeh
Genre: Fantasy
Black-and-white
Softcover, digest-sized
SRP: 15.00

Synopsis: Polly is caught between the prim-and-proper boarding school set she's grown up with and the legendary legacy of the Pirate Queen of which she never knew she was a part. Suddenly Polly is faced with becoming the Pirate Queen while trying to overcome her insecurities. A great book for girls, containing lots of adventure, with a strong female character.
Also by this creator: Courtney Crumrin.

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image not available Sandman

Volumes: 10, complete
Written by: Neil Gaiman
Illustrated by: Various
Genre: Fantasy
Colour
Softcover
SRP: 22.99-26.99 each

Synopsis: Sandman was one of the most highly acclaimed comic series of the 90s, and remains largely influential in the world of comics and graphic novels. A rich blend of mythology, literature, occult magic, and historical fiction, the story centres around Morpheus, or Dream. Morpheus is one of The Endless: Destiny, Death, Dream, Desire, Despair, Delirium who was once Delight, and Destruction; their names describing the realms over which they rule. The first volume begins with Dream escaping from a prison in which he was placed by a coven of wizards. He must go on a quest to regain his symbols of power and retake his rightful place. Death also plays a strong role in the series, in the form of a young goth girl, who views life in very interesting ways. The book has won several awards, and is the only comic book to ever win a World Fantasy Award. This book will appeal to a wide variety of readers. Also by Neil Gaiman: Coraline, Signal to Noise

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image not available Scott Pilgrim

Volumes: 6, complete
Written and Illustrated by: Bryan Lee O'Malley Canadian!
Genre: Action, Fantasy
Volume 1-3: Colour, hardcover, 22.00 (the rest of the series is being reprinted in colour also)
Volume 4-6: Black-and-White, softcover, 15.00

Synopsis: Scott Pilgrim has a problem. He wants to date Ramona Flowers, the girl of his dreams, however, to do so, he must battle her seven evil ex-boyfriends. Of course, it is not even that simple, as he has to deal with his rock band, and Knives Chau, the girl he can't seem to get rid of. Set in Toronto, readers will enjoy the familiar settings as Scott Pilgrim duels with evil ex-boyfriends in locations like the Toronto Reference Library, and Honest Ed's. An extremely fun book, with a quirky sense of humour. A movie was released in 2010.

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image not available Tellos

Volumes: 1; complete
Written by: Todd Dezago
Illustrated by: Mike Wieringo
Genre: Fantasy
Colour
Softcover
SRP: 20.00

Synopsis: Jarek doesn't live an ordinary life. His best friend is a man-tiger named Koj, and he is an inhabitant of the magical world Tellos. Things get even less ordinary, when Jarek becomes the bearer of a magical talisman which identifies him as the one who will be able to save Tellos from the evil Malesur. He is joined and protected by the pirate Serra, and rogues Hawke and Rikk. It is a dangerous mission, and there is hardship along the way, but there are also Djinn and dragons, and several revelations about Hawke's secret and Jarek's forgotten past.

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image not available V for Vendetta

Volumes: 1, complete
Written by: Alan Moore
Illustrated by: David Lloyd
Genre: Science Fiction (Dark Present)
Colour
Softcover

Synopsis: V for Vendetta is a story about ideas being more important than individuals. Set in London, in a fascist state, it is up to one man, codename V, to stand up as an anti-establishment hero and show the people of London when it is time to fight against the government. V rescues a young, misguided girl named Evey Hammond, and teaches her to understand what she would not give up, that one thing she would fight for above all else. Through a journey from feeling insignificant to being empowered, Evey learns her role in choosing her own destiny. This book contains several key teaching points, such as the fascism that parallels Nazism, the way the world is created through images and news reports, the character arcs of Evey and V, and Machiavellian ideas. This book was recently made into a major motion-picture, and as such, is perfect for a media unit, in which students could compare the book to the movie and analyze the changes that were made by Hollywood. The book contains some mild adult content. Also by Alan Moore: Batman: Killing Joke, From Hell, League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, and Watchmen.

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image not available Y the Last Man

Volumes: 10, complete
Written by: Brian K. Vaughan
Illustrated by: Pia Guerra Canadian!
Genre: Science-Fiction (Post-Apocalyptic)
Colour
Softcover

Synopsis: Y the Last Man is the story of what would happen if one were the last man on earth. Apparently, it's not all it's cracked up to be. In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome, except one man, Yorick Brown, and his pet monkey Ampersand. Society is plunged into chaos as infrastructures collapse and the surviving women everywhere try to cope with the loss of the men, their survivors' guilt, and the knowledge that humanity is doomed to extinction. Yorick is desperate to find his girlfriend, who was in Australia when the plague hit, and his sister Hero, who has joined the ruthless Amazons. He is aided by Agent 355, who tries to protect him from other women, and get him to Dr. Allison Mann, a geneticist, who may be the only person who can figure out why Yorick survived. However, other groups soon learn of Yorick's survival, and try to get him for themselves. This book is a strong commentary on Machiavellian principles, and the morality of cloning. Strong action, a quirky sense of humour, and the mystery of the plague keep readers interested in this impressive story of feminism and apocalypse. This series contains nudity and sexual situations.
Also by Brian K. Vaughan: Pride of Baghdad

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