#BD Bubble’s wish list, what’s beautiful under the tree?
They are everywhere, the tops and essentials of the year, between the annual selections of the Angoulême Festival, the CALL Prize or the Canal BD Booksellers Prize,… Difficult to make a choice as 2018 was rich in beautiful outings and good surprises.
Let’s leave aside some of the best selling comics or the big names in printing to offer you our personal selection, the most intriguing, relevant, innovative and exciting albums of the year.
Here is our Top 18 for 2018! And we don’t hesitate with Bubble’s Click and Collect
It is certain that this selection represents only a part of the outputs, and we can read in hollow the gaps and the great absentees. Also we suggest you add your top on the Bubble group to talk about it with its 1600 members.
In summary of this top:
#BD Indelible de Luz, Futuropolis
#Comics Me what I like is monsters,Emil Ferris‘ T1 , publisher Monsieur Toussaint The opening
#Manga Kingdom of Yasuhisa Hara, publisher Meian
#BD Charlotte Imperatrice T1 by Matthieu Bonhomme & Fabien Nury, Dargaud
#Comics X-Men Grand Design by Ed Piskor, Panini Comics
#BD The Arabic of future T4 by Riad Sattouf, publisher Allary
#Comics Batman White Knight by Sean Murphy & Matt Hollingsworth, Urban Comics
#Manga Rien ne fera venir le jour of Yoshihihiro Tatsumi, Cornelius
#BD The Golden Age T1 of Cyril Pedrosa & Roxanne Moreil, Dupuis
#Comics Andy, A Tale of Facts from Typex, Casterman
#Manga The Promised Neverland T1 by Kaiu Shirai and Posuka Demizu, Kazé
#BD Les Grands espaces by Catherine Meurisse, Dargaud
#Comics Sheriff of Babylon by Tom King & Mitch Gerads, Urban Comics
#Manga Talentless Man by Yoshiharu Tsuge, publisher Atrabile
#BDSpirou ou l’espoir malgré tout of Emile Bravo, Dupuis
#Comics I kill Giants by Joe Kelly & Ken Niimura, Hi Comics
#BD We have to shoot Ramirez T1 by Nicolas Petrimaux, Glénat
#BD Ailefroide, altitude 3954 by Jean-Marc Rochette and Olivier Bocquet, Casterman
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