I have a confession to make. While I'm reading Hemingway and Kesey and Steinbeck on the train? I come home and read myself some graphic novels in bed. I'm even going to admit to reading an unhealthy amount of Batman books, though the Jeph Loeb/Tim Sale ones and the Frank Miller series are series fucking books, some of it really is just crap. But enjoyable crap. However, I REALLY enjoy serious graphic novels. Everyone knows Watchmen is the standard bearer, but what graphic novels have you read and loved? What are you reading? What are you looking forward to? I find these things to almost be a crapshoot, and don't want to buy a book unless I know it's gonna be worth it. (Yes, I know I could download it for free, but I love owning books, it's my dream to have a library with entire shelves dedicated to GNs.) Me First: Y The Last Man Written by Brian K Vaughan, who is now a writer/producer for lost, it's a goddamn comedy/drama masterpiece about a plague that kills every male on earth except for Yorick Brown and the helper monkey he's training, Ampersand. Sometimes thought provoking, sometimes poignant and always funny, this 10 book series is one of the best things I've ever read, graphic or not. From Hell Alan Moore's EPIC (and by that, I mean long) examination of a theory about the Jack the Ripper Murders. I didn't understand what was going on until about 1/3 of the way through, it's graphic (yuk yuk) and violent and really complex. But it's also really good if you're able to read 20 pages on Obelisks. What books are you reading have you read?