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Seth T. Hahne

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My Top 500 Graphic Novels, Comics, and Manga of All Time

The Best Graphic Novels Of All Time


Probably the best way for you to approach this list is not as a justification for your own tastes, but instead as a way discover new books that may be just your bag. That's really my intention here, to sing the news of a bunch of great comics for you to check out maybe if they sound like they might be your bag. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 24, 2018 23:24 Tags: comics, graphic-novels, manga
Average rating: 2.9 · 49 ratings · 35 reviews · 2 distinct worksSimilar authors
Monkess the Homunculus

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2.06 avg rating — 32 ratings — published 2016
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Richie Seth, I wanted to let you know that TaXXXi Tales is being offered in a new 'Goodreads Giveaway'. Click here to enter

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Richie Hi Seth,

Thanks for accepting my friend request. If you have a chance please check out my novel TaXXXi Tales and add it to your read list.


message 5: by Seth

Seth T. Thanks, David! I'm glad to hear you've found some great books out there. That's really the best thing I could ever hope would happen from my participation here.

I'm honestly wish I had more time to devote to reviewing books. The last couple years have been very busy for me between my actual job and then doing illustration work and spending the last two years creating comics and enjoying my family. I've kept up a trickle's pace of reviews (roughly one per month) at my site Good Ok Bad, but have fallen down on porting them over to Goodreads.

I plan on bringing them over soon and hope to continue adding a review or two per month. It's not much, but it's still something, right?

If you'd like to check out Monkess without having to buy it, you can see the whole thing on video here:

message 4: by David

David Schaafsma Glad to see you back on Goodreads. You're one of the best reviewers here, and I was sad to see what was your (apparent?) hiatus from reviewing. Your reviews have led me to read literally hundreds of books the last three years.

Congrats on Monkess, too! Fantastic! Can't wait to read.

message 3: by Rico

Rico Lamoureux Nice to meet you, Seth!
Feel free to stop by my blog here on GR whenever you're in the mood to have a little chat about books or anything else:)
(We discuss a variety of topics)
Have a great night!

Wild for Wilde I wanted to post in the ebook discussion group to Brad that I am old fashioned as well. Reading from stone tablets is much more practical and the best way to read... and while we are at it maybe start wearing tights and money bags on our belts and go back to a feudalistic society!

message 1: by Gary

Gary well, to make things more interesting......did you know there's a movie coming out?? i've seen the trailers at the theaters. it looks totally creepy.......

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