49. 'Multiple Warheads,' Brandon Graham
Very few books scream "this is pure comics!" as loudly as Brandon Graham's weird sci-fi book, one that
sometimes looks like it belongs sprayed on a wall and often looks like it jumped off a hyper kid's notebook. A mix of microscopic detail, a wiseass sense of humor and a post-manga vibe,
"Multiple Warheads" is pure next-gen pulp — as colorful, clever and cracked as anything a modern comic artist has concocted.