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    http://www.dccomics.com/sites/essential30/

    DC Comics is proud to present 30 Essential Graphic Novels!
    Here are the best-selling titles that you must read – whether you are just beginning to discover graphic novels or you are an established fan looking to expand your collection.


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    WATCHMEN – The Hugo Award-winning graphic novel chronicles the fall from grace of a group of super-heroes plagued by all-too-human failings. The concept of the super-hero is dissected as the heroes are stalked by an unknown assassin.

    Alan Moore: Other works
    Dave Gibbons: Other works

    "A work of ruthless psychological realism, it's a landmark in the graphic novel medium. It would be a masterpiece in any." – Time, Time Magazine's 100 best English-language novels from 1923 to the present



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    THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN VOL. 1 & VOL. 2 – Literary figures from throughout time and various bodies of work are brought together to face any and all threats to Britain. Allan Quartermain, Mina Murray, Captain Nemo, Dr. Henry Jekyll and Edward Hyde and Hawley Griffin, the Invisible Man, form a remarkable legion of intellectual aptitude and physical prowess.

    Alan Moore: Other works
    Kevin O'Neill : Other works

    "Acclaimed comics author Moore (Watchmen) has combined his love of 19th-century adventure literature with an imaginative mastery of its 20th-century corollary, the superhero comic book." – Publishers Weekly

    "A sharp-witted gloss on the scientific and sexual obsessions of Victorian society." – Time



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    V FOR VENDETTA – The basis for the hit movie – in the near future, England has become a corrupt, totalitarian state, opposed only by V, the mystery man wearing a white porcelain mask who intends to free the masses through absurd acts of terrorism.

    Alan Moore: Other works
    David Lloyd: Other works

    "Dark, gripping storytelling." – Entertainment Weekly



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    THE SANDMAN VOL. 1: PRELUDES & NOCTURNES – The first story of Morpheus, Lord of Dreams, tells of his plight and the quest he must undertake to regain his lost kingdom.

    Neil Gaiman: Other works
    Sam Kieth: Other works
    Mike Dringenberg: Other works
    Malcolm Jones III: Other works

    "A clever, literate comicbook series that rewrote the conventions of horror and superhero comics for a new generation of adult readers." – The Boston Phoenix



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    THE SANDMAN: ENDLESS NIGHTS – The legend of the Endless, a family of magical and mythical beings who exist and interact in the real world, is finally revealed. Born at the beginning of time, Destiny, Death, Dream, Desire, Despair, Delirium, and Destruction are seven brothers and sisters who each lord over their respective realms.

    Neil Gaiman: Other works

    "The Best Comic Ever Returns." – Entertainment Weekly



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    FABLES VOL 1: LEGENDS IN EXILE – The infamous inhabitants of folklore were forced into exile when a savage creature known as the Adversary conquered the fabled lands of legendsand fairy tales. These magical characters now disguise themselves as normal citizens in modern-day New York and around the world.

    Bill Willingham: Other works
    Lan Medina: Other works
    Steve Leialoha: Other works

    "[A] wonderfully twisted concept...features fairy tale characters banished to the nourish world of present-day New York." – Washington Post



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    SUPERMAN FOR ALL SEASONS – This coming-of-age tale is an emotional and insightful examination of Clark Kent's transformation from a powerful boy into a heroic man. Told through the course of four seasons in the Man of Steel's adolescent life, it illustrates that it is the person, not the powers, that makes the Man of Steel a hero.

    Jeph Loeb: Other works
    Tim Sale: Other works





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    SUPERMAN: BIRTHRIGHT – Witness the making of a legend as Clark Kent learns the tough lessons needed to become the World's Greatest Hero in this modern-day retelling of Superman's origin – from his early days in Smallville to his first meeting with Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen and Lex Luthor in Metropolis.

    Mark Waid: Other works
    Leinil Yu: Other works




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    SUPERMAN/BATMAN: PUBLIC ENEMIES – Comics' most iconic characters join forces for epic tales that pit the Man of Steel and the Dark Knight against the world's greatest villains.

    Jeph Loeb: Other works
    Ed McGuinness: Other works

    "Fans of DC Comics' classic characters will find much to love here." – The Atlanta Journal Constitution



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    BATMAN: ARKHAM ASYLUM – A hard-hitting psychological horror story featuring Batman and the villains of Arkham Asylum, the house for the criminally insane. The Joker leads the inmates in a takeover of the asylum, seizing control of the staff. The villains are willing to release their hostages, but only if their lone demand is met: Batman must be turned over to them to become one of their own. Now the Dark Knight must face down both his most dangerous foes and his inner demons.

    Grant Morrison: Other works
    Dave McKean: Other works



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    BATMAN: THE LONG HALLOWEEN – The Dark Knight must discover the identity of a mysterious killer who murders his prey only on holidays in this taut mystery that takes place during Batman's early days of crimefighting.

    Jeph Loeb: Other works
    Tim Sale: Other works

    "One of the best trade paperbacks of all time." – Wizard



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    BATMAN: DARK VICTORY – The sequel to the critically acclaimed BATMAN: THE LONG HALLOWEEN continues in this story of an early time in Batman's career when Gotham City suddenly finds itself infested with colorful and maniacal villains such as the Joker. Only the Dark Knight and his youthful sidekick Robin are capable of facing these new and extraordinary threats.

    Jeph Loeb: Other works
    Tim Sale: Other works



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    BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS – The classic graphic novel – Gotham City has sunk deeper into decadence and lawlessness ten years after an aging Batman has retired. The Dark Knight returns in a blaze of glory when his city needs him most to end the threat of a brutal new generation of criminals while encountering the Joker, Two-Face and the Man of Steel for the final time.

    Frank Miller: Other works

    "Groundbreaking." – USA Today

    "It's film noir in cartoon panels." – Vanity Fair



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    BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT STRIKES AGAIN – The sequel to the groundbreaking BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS. Bruce Wayne has been keeping his eye on the world above from his underworld civilization. As that false Camelot reaches its breaking point, it's up to the Dark Knight to emerge from the shadows and return order to chaos once again.

    Frank Miller: Other works

    "A visual masterpiece." – The Village Voice



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    BATMAN: YEAR ONE – Bruce Wayne spent his adolescence and early adulthood traveling the world to hone his body and mind into the perfect fighting and investigative machine. He now returns to Gotham City as a costumed vigilante with the guise of a giant bat to fight injustice and bring down a corrupt political system.

    Frank Miller: Other works
    David Mazzucchelli: Other works
    Steve Leialoha: Other works

    "The artwork by Mazzucchelli...may be the best 'Batman' has ever had. As for Miller, his characterization of Batman-Bruce Wayne is intelligent and convincing, and his ability to mount an action scene is second to none...an interesting, entertaining update." – LA Times Book Review



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    BATMAN: HUSH VOL. 1 & VOL. 2 – In this story of murder, mystery and romance, Batman sets out to discover the identity of the mysterious character wreaking havoc in his life by using the Joker, the Riddler, Ra's al Ghul and his other enemies and allies as his own private pawns.

    Jeph Loeb: Other works
    Jim Lee: Other works

    "It's beautiful stuff. Catwoman has rarely looked so seductive, nor has Batman's heroic but fearsome image often been used so well. [HUSH] make[s] readers look at Batman and his colleagues with a fresh, enthusiastic eye." – Publishers Weekly, starred review



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    KINGDOM COME – A grim tale set just after the dawn of the 21st century that pits the old guard – Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and their peers – against a new, uncompromising generation of heroes in a final war to determine the future of the planet.

    Mark Waid: Other works
    Alex Ross: Other works

    "One of the best comic stories ever told." – Washington Examiner



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    IDENTITY CRISIS – When the spouse of a JLA member is brutally murdered, the entire super-hero community searches for the killer, fearing their own loved ones may be the next targets. Before the mystery is solved, a number of long-buried secrets will threaten to divide the heroes before they can bring the killer to justice.

    Brad Meltzer: Other works
    Rags Morales: Other works

    "Mystery novelist Brad Meltzer shows that even superheroes have reasons to be afraid." – Spin Magazine



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    JLA VOL. 1: NEW WORLD ORDER – Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman and The Martian Manhunter protect the earth against all threats as The Justice League of America.

    Grant Morrison: Other works
    Howard Porter: Other works



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    GREEN LANTERN: REBIRTH – Former test pilot Hal Jordan takes back the mantle as Earth's Green Lantern, the most revered member of a corps of intergalactic police that protects the universe armed with power rings that can create anything its bearer imagines.

    Geoff Johns: Other works
    Ethan Van Sciver: Other works



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    CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS – The story that changed the DC Universe forever. A mysterious being has begun a crusade across time to bring about the end of all existence. As alternate Earths are systematically destroyed, a team of super-heroes from across time and space is assembled to stop the destruction.

    Marv Wolfman: Other works
    George Perez: Other works



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    TRANSMETROPOLITAN VOL. 1: BACK ON THE STREET – Outlaw journalist Spider Jerusalem attacks the injustices of his surreal 21st century through black humor as an investigative reporter for the newspaper The Word.

    Warren Ellis: Other works
    Darick Robertson: Other works



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    THE QUITTER – The story of Harvey Pekar's troubled teen years when he would beat up any kid who looked at him wrong just to win the praise of his peers is told for the first time. When he failed to impress, whether on the football team, in math class, in the Navy or on the job, he simply quit.

    Harvey Pekar: Other works
    Dean Haspiel: Other works
    Lee Loughridge: Other works

    "Pekar's most poignant and satisfying effort to date." – The New York Times Book Review



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    HELLBLAZER: ORIGINAL SINS – John Constantine, an unconcerned, somewhat amoral occultist with a British working-class background, is a hero, of sorts, who manages to come out on top through a combination of luck, trickery, and genuine magical skill.

    Jamie Delano: Other works
    John Ridgway: Other works
    Alfredo Alcala: Other works



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    Y: THE LAST MAN VOL. 1: UNMANNED – The saga of Yorick Brown, an unemployed slacker who discovers he is the only male left in a world inhabited solely by women after a plague of unknown origin instantly kills every mammal with a Y chromosome.

    Brian K. Vaughan: Other works
    Pia Guerra: Other works

    "Complete and utter comic gold." – Washington Post



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    KAMIKAZE KAITO JEANNE – By day, Kusakabe Maron is an ordinary high school girl with more than her share of problems. But by night, she is Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne, the reincarnation of Joan of Arc! Her mission: to hunt down demon-possessed paintings and exorcise the evil spirits!

    Arina Tanemura: Other works



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    SWORD OF THE DARK ONES – In the empire of Asgard, monsters known as "The Dark Ones" roam the lands and kill indiscriminately. Humanity's best hope against them is a hero named Leroy Schwartz. He's vowed to wipe out these evil creatures with his only weapon – the sentient sword called "Ragnarok."

    Kentaro Yasui: Other works
    Tsukasa Kotobuki: Other works



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    EX MACHINA VOL. 1: THE FIRST HUNDRED DAYS – Civil engineer Mitchell Hundred becomes America's first living, breathing super-hero after a strange accident gives him amazing powers. He eventually tires of risking his life merely to maintain the status quo, retires from masked crimefighting and runs for mayor of New York City, winning by a landslide.

    Brian K. Vaughan: Other works
    Tony Harris: Other works

    "...Compelling entertainment with fiery thoughtfulness." – Entertainment Weekly, Top 10 Best Fiction '05
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    Concordam? Discordam? Quais vcs leram?

    Tem coisas aí que eu não li e provavelmente nem vou ler, mas acho que coisa muito boa ficou de fora, como Monstro do Pântano, Homem Animal e Camelot 3000, por exemplo.

  • #2
    Hush?
    DK 2?
    O direito de nascer do Waid?
    Mais Loeb?

    Faltou seriedade...
    É fácil quando se sabe.

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    • #3
      Postado originalmente por Rodolfo
      Hush?
      DK 2?
      O direito de nascer do Waid?
      Mais Loeb?

      Faltou seriedade...
      Com o relator.

      E eles colocaram MUITO material de "primeiro volume", principalmente dos selos Vertigo... Poxa, custava colocar Dangerous Habbits do Hellblazer?

      E eu concordo com o Darth, faltou Monstro do Pântano, Homem-Animal, Camelot 3000, Mulher Maravilha (porque não o primeiro encadernado do Rucka, IMHO?), DC: A Nova Fronteira, Batman do Azzarello, Gotham City Contra o Crime, Arqueiro Verde do Meltzer ou do Kevin Smith, material do Neal Adams... Nossa, tanta coisa melhor que Loeb...

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      • #4
        Postado originalmente por Rodolfo
        Hush?
        DK 2?
        O direito de nascer do Waid?
        Mais Loeb?

        Faltou seriedade...
        Concordo. "Hush" em uma lista de álbuns "essenciais" é piada. E olha que nem tô discutindo se é boa ou ruim (eu achei uma bosta), mas definitivamente não é uma leitura essencial do Batman. Da mesma forma, "Super-Homem - As Quatro Estações".
        E, por favor - Colocar Birthright e não colocar All-Star Superman? Piada, de mau gosto. Sou tiete assumido do Byrne, mas acho que se tivesse que escolher uma leitura "essencial" do Super-Homem, certamente seria o All-Star do Morrison.

        Acho que Sandman não deveria figurar a não ser que colocassem a série inteira - Afinal, a história dura a série inteira, não apenas um álbum. E Fables, apesar de excelente, ainda está se desenrolando, sem um fim à vista, nçao colocaria (ainda) como essencial.

        Mas, no geral, uma lista interessante.

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        • #5
          O choro é livre!


          Chupem, e bem gostoso!

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          • #6
            Postado originalmente por James
            Postado originalmente por Rodolfo
            Hush?
            DK 2?
            O direito de nascer do Waid?
            Mais Loeb?

            Faltou seriedade...
            Concordo. "Hush" em uma lista de álbuns "essenciais" é piada. E olha que nem tô discutindo se é boa ou ruim (eu achei uma bosta), mas definitivamente não é uma leitura essencial do Batman. Da mesma forma, "Super-Homem - As Quatro Estações".
            E, por favor - Colocar Birthright e não colocar All-Star Superman? Piada, de mau gosto. Sou tiete assumido do Byrne, mas acho que se tivesse que escolher uma leitura "essencial" do Super-Homem, certamente seria o All-Star do Morrison.

            Acho que Sandman não deveria figurar a não ser que colocassem a série inteira - Afinal, a história dura a série inteira, não apenas um álbum. E Fables, apesar de excelente, ainda está se desenrolando, sem um fim à vista, nçao colocaria (ainda) como essencial.

            Mas, no geral, uma lista interessante.
            Eu acho, James, que All Star Superman não entrou na lista por ainda não ter terminado e, por conta disso, não ter um encadernado "fechado" (sim, as primeiras edições já saíram em capa dura).

            Enfim, também não consegui encontrar um critério para a seleção. Nem todos são materiais comerciais ou versões definitivas. Acho que são só as preferidas de alguém lá mesmo.

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            • #7
              A lista até que é boa.

              Y está lá.
              “Back like lateral passin'
              With that motherfuckin' gladiator manner of rappin'
              As an addict I let percocets and xannies relax me
              Fall back if your paddies is Maxi, please”

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              • #8
                É...Tem coisas que eu até concordo com eles, mas o lixo tbm é de assustar hein?
                sigpic

                http://grooveshark.com/playlist/Guardians+Of+The+Galaxy/99299093 --- Guardians of the Galaxy OST.

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                • #9
                  Comprarei eles na Livraria cultura.
                  http://www.formspring.me/Douglaco
                  http://www.delatim.com.br

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                  • #10
                    Postado originalmente por Darth-Zar
                    Eu acho, James, que All Star Superman não entrou na lista por ainda não ter terminado e, por conta disso, não ter um encadernado "fechado" (sim, as primeiras edições já saíram em capa dura).

                    Enfim, também não consegui encontrar um critério para a seleção. Nem todos são materiais comerciais ou versões definitivas. Acho que são só as preferidas de alguém lá mesmo.
                    Eu também pensei nisso, Fernando, mas eles citaram Fables e Ex Machina, que são duas séries contínuas. All-Star Superman vai ser um volume fechado, com um número finito de histórias, então achei que se encaixaria melhor na proposta da lista.

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                    • #11
                      Não tem Monstro do Pântano, Homem Animal e Starman? LIXO !!!
                      Dezenas de novidades. Muitos TP's. HQ's inéditas no Brasil. Preço barato. Coleção Savage Dragon e Majestic.
                      http://www.mbbforum.com/mbb/viewtopic.php?p=1848643

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                      • #12
                        Re: DC apresenta seus 30 álbuns essenciais

                        Pra quem só coleciona Marvel, até que eu tenho bastante coisa dessa lista:

                        WATCHMEN
                        THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN VOL. 1 & VOL. 2
                        V FOR VENDETTA
                        THE SANDMAN VOL. 1: PRELUDES & NOCTURNES
                        THE SANDMAN: ENDLESS NIGHTS
                        FABLES VOL 1: LEGENDS IN EXILE
                        SUPERMAN: BIRTHRIGHT
                        BATMAN: ARKHAM ASYLUM
                        BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS
                        BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT STRIKES AGAIN
                        BATMAN: YEAR ONE
                        KINGDOM COME
                        IDENTITY CRISIS
                        CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS
                        TRANSMETROPOLITAN VOL. 1: BACK ON THE STREET
                        HELLBLAZER: ORIGINAL SINS
                        Y: THE LAST MAN VOL. 1: UNMANNED
                        EX MACHINA VOL. 1: THE FIRST HUNDRED DAYS


                        DO que não tenho, mas vou ter um dia:
                        SUPERMAN FOR ALL SEASONS
                        BATMAN: THE LONG HALLOWEEN
                        BATMAN: DARK VICTORY
                        JLA VOL. 1: NEW WORLD ORDER

                        O resto é "faltou seriedade total" por parte da DC...
                        SUPERMAN/BATMAN: PUBLIC ENEMIES
                        BATMAN: HUSH VOL. 1 & VOL. 2
                        GREEN LANTERN: REBIRTH
                        THE QUITTER
                        KAMIKAZE KAITO JEANNE
                        SWORD OF THE DARK ONES

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                        • #13
                          Rebirth tem que estar sim. Melhor história do Lanterna de todos os tempos.

                          Agora, Public Enemies foi sacanagem mesmo.

                          Hush não é ruim, mas não deveria estar também, não.
                          “Back like lateral passin'
                          With that motherfuckin' gladiator manner of rappin'
                          As an addict I let percocets and xannies relax me
                          Fall back if your paddies is Maxi, please”

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                          • #14
                            Não tem Preacher???

                            Não da pra levar a sério.

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                            • #15
                              Re: DC apresenta seus 30 álbuns essenciais

                              Postado originalmente por Dr.MeiaNoite
                              O resto é "faltou seriedade total" por parte da DC...
                              GREEN LANTERN: REBIRTH
                              Fala muito sério, leitão. Você já leu isso? É uma obra prima.

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