We hope you are staying safe and healthy during this unprecedented COVID-19 crisis. In times of uncertainty, we often turn to comforting re-reads and escapist entertainment. As such, we've decided to highlight a few beloved, critically acclaimed graphic novel series that have multiple trade paperback collections currently in print and that we think you will love getting lost in. Many local, independently owned comic shops are still shipping online store purchases and offering delivery and curbside pick up. We hope these recommendations will inspire you to reach out to a local shop to purchase—you can find many of them listed by location here.
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