Special The Graphic Novel
The Top 20 Most Powerful Graphic Novels Of All Time.
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Black Hole (2005) – Dark, nostalgic, and creepy, Black Hole is set in suburban Seattle in the 1970s and focuses on various high school students, with Charles Burns’s top-notch writing, characterisation and artwork perfectly capturing what it’s like to be a teenager. Dealing with all the fears, insecurities, triumphs and tragedies that seem so exaggeratedly important in a teen’s mind, things get even more horrific due to an epidemic of a sexually transmitted disease that ultimately deforms the teenagers to varying extents, with no available cure.