Top Ten Graphic Novels On Kindle

8- Paradox ($9.94)

File Size: 4822 KB
Publisher: Arcana

Created by screenwriter Christos N. Gage (Law & Order: SVU, Deadshot), PARADOX introduces homicide detective Sean Nault, a cop on a parallel Earth whose technology is powered exclusively by magic. Sean investigates a baffling series of murders committed by a means he’s never seen before: the power of science. With the aid of Lenoir – a member of the ridiculed subculture of “pragmatists” who believe science is more than the stuff of myths and children’s stories – and the 130 year old sorcerer Winston Churchill, Sean uncovers an apocalyptic plot that will lead him to another dimension – ours – and the realization that, unless he prevents it, both earths could well be destroyed. (Buy here.)

9- Duo Play ($5.00)

File Size: 8791 KB
Publisher: DDH LLC

Suspense, erotic, mystic, vivid graphical, Duo Play is a computer graphic novel that uses 3D techniques to create the new visual effect, that is new to readers who love graphic novels, and even text novels.

This psychological thriller has all the elements of suspense, drama, and twists with erotic touch. A beautiful piano tutor Alice Castel enters the home of Russel’s family. The mystery begins at the first night when Alice Castel hears the noise coming from upstairs……

This 144 pages graphic novel uses subtitles instead of traditional dialogue bubbles for readers to view each artistic page. The 3D software has done a great job to compose such wonderful images through the whole book. The story itself is full of relentless surprises. (Buy here.)

10- Novo ($3.00)

NovoNovoFile Size: 3388 KB
Publisher: Alterna Comics Inc

The Aquans and Terans spent their existences blaming each other for their own faults, warring until there was only one Aquan, a male, and one Teran, a female. Together in love and desperation, they created Novo - a savior born to a world that no longer had use for one. Now trying to discover a history he will never be a part of, can the mystery of his past give him the clues to his future? (Buy here.)

For those who currently do not own a Kindle and would like to to test the Kindle waters without incurring a major purchase, "Kindle for PC" is offering free downloads of their online versions (for Windows 7, Vista and XP).

For those of you that still have a hole burning through your holiday pocket, the actual Kindle can be purchased at Amazon for the low, low price of less than $150..

So, there you have this year's wrap-up of graphic novels that have been adapted for Kindle's easy reading device. Please do take our readership POLL, and let us know which title from the TOP TEN list was most appealing to you. And please do leave us a comment or review if you have read any of these fine graphic novels or know of one that I might have missed. Look forward to your feedback and Happy Holiday Reading.


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Dec 17, 2009
by Anonymous

Shades of Grey

I am not going to comment on the titles selected for your top ten but only want to mention that the Kindle 2 and Kindle DX are black and white displays and your picture of a Kindle DX with a color cover of Crude Behavior is a Photoshopped effect and not a true image of what users can expect. The Kindle website has the following to say about their edition of Crude Behavior:

"CRUDE BEHAVIOR is one of the first books to expose the current geo-political scene in vibrant color (or in this Kindle edition's case, is 16 slick shades of gray)."

Dec 17, 2009
by Ron Callari

Shades of Grey response

The images in this blog are for effect only. Like Amazon, I included color art of each book represented here. All the promos in the Kindle library on Amazon do the same.The disclaimer in the blog copy above and the previous comment referring to "16 shades of grey" is absolutely correct. Presently there is no eReader (Kindle or otherwise) that provides color graphics.

Dec 26, 2009
by Anonymous

eReader on iPhone in Color

iPhone can display color....