Top 10 Marvel Graphic Novels
Spider-Man, Captain America, Iron Man—Marvel’s superheroes may be better known for their individual comic book arcs, but graphic novels like The Death of Captain Marvel and the more recent Civil War storyline have propelled Marvel onto the graphic novel scene. WatchMojo counts down Marvel graphic novels that are important, influential, or just damn good.
List rank and entries:
#10: “The Death of Captain Marvel” (1982)
#9: “The Ultimates: Super Human” (2002)
#8: “Silver Surfer: Parable” (1988)
#7: “Fantastic Four: 1 2 3 4” (2004)
#6: “Civil War” (2008)
#5: “Astonishing X-Men” (2006)
#4: “Old Man Logan” (2010)
#3, #2 & #1: ?
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