Comics have never been so full of amazing, creative stories and characters.
But the best stories of 2016 didn’t come from the traditional media outlets or big publishers.
Instead, it was from small publishers who brought their unique voices to the medium and have brought readers back again and again.
Here are five of the best comics from 2016 that made an impact on the world of comics.1.
W.E.B. DuBois’ “The Great Gatsby”In 1916, the year after his father’s death, W. E.
B DuBose, Jr., was awarded the Medal of Freedom.
It was the first medal of its kind awarded to a man from the American South, and it was a huge turning point in American history.
DuBois’s book was a celebration of the South, an era that was changing the face of the country in the twentieth century.
DuBowis was one of the few black writers who were writing at the time, and he made his mark by creating a love story in which a black family moved to a white family’s home in the South.
The story follows the family, a wealthy, white-haired family, as they struggle to survive the brutal post-Civil War era.2.
“The Black Cat” by Marjane Satrapi and Gabrielle BellucciThis is one of my favorite comics, because it shows how artists can create complex characters that defy stereotypes.
And it’s all about the power of storytelling, which is why it’s so amazing to see this book come to life with such a high degree of craftsmanship.
The Black Cat, played by Satrap.3.
“Astro Boy” by Toni MorrisonThis book is so much more than the cover.
Morrison is a true pioneer of the genre, and her work is one that resonates with so many people.
In this book, a black girl named Astro Boy goes to school in the middle of a white-dominated city.
Her best friend, the boy she’s raised since birth, is white.
She’s also the only black person in her class.
It’s an incredibly personal story, and Morrison brings her own life experience to the story, as she struggles to understand the racial dynamics of her new home and the struggles of her friends and family.4.
“Bart Simpson and the Magic Carpet” by Lisa HanawaltIt’s one of Hanawall’s greatest stories.
In “The Little Mermaid,” a mermaid named Bart Simpson is trying to help a child from the town of Merlot get into a school.
He tells the boy that he can get in because his father has been a great teacher and that he’ll be a good help.
Bart Simpson goes on to help the boy and his friends, who have to fend off a bully and fight off an evil witch.5.
“Fantastic Mr. Fox” by Jim StarlinThis story of a young Fox and his sister is the heart of the entire Simpsons animated series.
The tale is set in a fictional version of New York City where a young boy named Fox, who is also named Foxy, struggles to fit in and find his place in the world.
The show is a satire on the American social and economic system, and the comic strips of “The Simpsons” are among the best selling comic books of all time.
This book, starring a young version of the Fox character, has been adapted into an animated movie and continues to be a popular and beloved series in the children’s genre.6.
“Tales of the Black Belt” by Kelli WilliamsWilliams is known as one of comics’ most creative and outspoken creators, and “Tale of the Bizarre” is a great example of her unique talents.
This is a story about a young African American girl named Kelli, who moves to a rural town with her family in the late 1950s.
When Kelli falls in love with a young white girl named Jeanette, they form an unlikely friendship and have three children, each with a unique backstory and their own unique powers.
The book is full of quirky, unique characters, including a woman who can control the color of the light bulbs in the room she’s in.7.
“Pixie” by Lauren BeukesThis story is so personal and emotional that it’s difficult to imagine the characters in it.
It also takes a lot of effort to understand how Beukes came to write about it.
In the book, the character of a woman named Pixie comes to believe she’s descended from the ancient people who built the city of Atlantis.
She goes to work for the government and gets caught up in the conspiracy, and she becomes part of the plot to save Atlantis.8.
“Jazz” by Robert CrumbThis is a wonderful book.
This story, which was originally published in 1987, follows a young jazz musician named Jazz as he tries to find his way back to the city where his parents were raised.
The city is