Welcome to our list of recommended comics for older kids, teens, and young adults! All of the books below have young protagonists we think would be especially engaging to older kids and young adults. But actually, the grownups in this house bought almost all of these for ourselves. There are plenty of books we recommend for younger kids Comics for Young Children , Comics for Kids that will also work great for older kids, young adults, and even grownups. Some of might be fine for even middle school or upper elementary, but some probably are not.
Let's Talk About It is a new graphic novel aimed at a teenage audience as a guide to sex and sexuality, the first such graphic novel to do so. But odds are a few oldies might learn one or two things as well. This also follows their wider aimed graphic novel series Drawn To Sex, from Oni Press which recently published a second volume. Here are the details of their new book which, courtesy of Random House Graphic, should bring them to a whole new audience and bigger bookstore presence. Is what my body is doing normal?
Erika Moen & Matthew Nolan's First Teen Sex Education Graphic Novel
These little gems are simply hilarious, both for the groovy retro artwork and the texts which cover everything from silly to serious. They say alot about how things have changed or not changed between people since the sexual revolution. They are great pieces of pop art and cultural comment, complete and in very good condition with color illustrations throughout and vintage advertisements. How sexist this comic illustration is clearly saying to women that your not much without a man! Too young for love?
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