Comic Challenge Completion

Since the beginning of October I have been taking part in a comic challenge of which I also host (at BA’s Reading Challenges) and today is the last day for it so I thought what better day than today to post my completion list?

Challenge Levels

  1. Pow! – Choose 5 comics to read
  2. Zoink! – Choose 10 comics to read
  3. Kerplunk! – Choose 15 comics to read
  4. Ka-Boom! – Choose 25 comics to read
  5. Holy Smokes! – Choose 35 comics to read
  6. Pow! – Choose 50 comics to read
  7. Bam! – Choose 75 comics to read

For non mix and match

  1. Graphics – Choose 40 graphic novels only to read
  2. Comics – Choose 40 comics only to read

I chose the Kerplunk level and these are the ones I read

  1. Warhammer 40K: Fire and Honour – Graham McNeil
  2. Godspeed: The Kurt Cobain Graphic – Barnaby Legg, Jim McCarthy, and Flameboy
  3. B.P.R.D. Hollow Earth and Other Stories – Mike Mignola
  4. The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born – David, Furth, Lee, and Isanove
  5. The Great Gatsby: A Graphic Novel – Nicki Greenberg
  6. Vlad The Impaler: The Man Who Was Dracula – Sid Jacobson & Ernie Colon
  7. The Crow: Flesh and Blood – James Vance & Alexander Maleev
  8. The Sandman Presents: The Dead Boy Detectives – Ed Brubaker & Bryan Talbot
  9. Alice in Wonderland: Campfire Graphic Novel – Lewis Helfand and Rajesh Nagulakonda
  10. Frankenstein: Campfire Graphic Novel – Lloyd S. Wagner and Naresh Kumar
  11. The Time Machine: A Campfire Graphic Novel – Lewis Helfand and Rajesh Nagulakonda
  12. Harry Houdini: A Campfire Graphic Novel – C.E.L. Welsh and Lalit Kumar Singh
  13. Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: The First Death – Laurell K Hamilton and Jonathon Green
  14. Dracula: An All Action Classic (Graphic Novel) – Michael Mucci, Ben Caldwell, and Bill Halliar
  15. The War of The Worlds (Graphic Novel) – Stephen Stern and Arne Starr

I enjoyed it, read some really good ones, and have found more to read later on. I’ll also be hosting a comic challenge for next year which runs throughout the year. Anyone can join in and you can find that on the reading challenges blog as well.

2 thoughts on “Comic Challenge Completion

    • I got most of them from the library so they should be pretty available or so you’d think. It was interesting trying to read that many in that space of time. I think it was too much for me, I need to have them more spread out. What titles are you looking at?


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