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Books, Comics, and Manga that will make for a good read.
As the sister wiki to the Dreadful Literature Wiki, this wiki focuses on great moments in literature, whether it be newspaper comics, normal comics, books or even authors.
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Diary of a Wimpy Kid - A book about a boy writing about his life in a diar-I mean journal that became one of the most iconic childrens' book series ever.
Garfield - One of the most iconic newspaper comics.
The Cat in the Hat - Dr. Suess' best book ever written where a cat broke into a boy and girl's house making a mess and then cleans up at the end of the story.
Percy Jackson and the Olympians - A fantasy series that's praised for it's great character development and use of modern life in the story. It's also what many call the next Harry Potter.
Neuromancer - A book that started the famous cyberpunk genre and predicted several things about modern technology.
My Hero Academia - A Manga that spawned a popular anime adaption which even non-anime fans recognized. But not only that the manga is also inspired by the creator's love for western culture.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas! - Another iconic Dr. Suess book about a humanoid creature attempting to steal Christmas and gaining character development at the end.
Charlotte's Web - A story about a spider making a pig seem special so it doesn't die that became one of the most beloved classic books of all time.
The Darkest Part of the Forest - A book about two siblings and a boy with horns living in a coffin in the forest with a cast of likable characters and a memorable love story.
Attack on Titan- A series that became a Worldwide Hit spawning a popular anime adaption and winning numerous awards.
Magical Girl Apocalypse - An actually good start that handles the edgy, horror tropes in Magical Girl form very well and what would become a very misfortunate book series that does what the spin-off doesn't.
The Gumazing Gum Girl - TBA
The Adventures of Captain Underpants - A book about a principal being hypnotized into a goofy superhero that became one of many iconic book series, even earning a great movie and show.
Love Hina - A Manga that popularized a genre in anime and manga, but also is also a great romance and underdog story.
Bleach - A manga on the supernatural and how it explores how death is like.
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns - The sequel to the original Batman comic book with pretty good artwork.
1984 - A dystopian social science fiction novel that serves as a cautionary tale about the consequences of totalitarian rule.
Goodnight Punpun - A critically acclaim manga that covers the topics of depression, love, social isolation, sex, death, and family all through the eyes of a person depicted as a bird.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Steel Ball Run - A manga which is widely beloved by JoJo fans and what many JoJo fans call Araki's masterpiece or when JoJo becomes a masterpiece.
Chainsaw Man - A manga that surprisingly became a huge hit before an anime was even announced, and how great it's writing and characters are.
Watchmen - A comic that has an incredible and amazing cast of characters.
One Piece - A manga that not only became the best-selling manga of all but also became the 3rd best-selling comic of all time, but not only that a series that has been praise for it's writing and characters.
It - Stephen King's most iconic book to date, as well as one of the most well-known horror books.
Naruto - One of the most iconic manga ever with many great characters and story. It's also praised for being a amazing mix of action and emotion within the story.
Green Eggs & Ham - A Dr. Suess book that teaches kids a good lesson that you should always try something new even if you don't want to.
Astro Boy - A Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Osamu Tezuka that was serialized in Kobunsha's Shōnen from 1952 to 1968.
Calvin & Hobbes - A comic strip about a boy and his tiger that set a high bar for newspaper comics.
Animal Farm - A satirical allegorical novella by George Orwel that is an allegory of events leading up to the Russian Revolution of 1917 and then on into the Stalinist era of the Soviet Union.
Bone - An American comic book series that has creative mixture of light-hearted comedy, cartoon characters, and dark fantasy.
The Book Thief - A book that actually made Death likable.
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Wonder - An incredibly interesting writing style by Markus Zusak, who uses a lot of poetic style as well as putting in some notes from Death that translate some words or offer bits of foreshadowing that helps build up suspense as well as drama.
Snow Crash - An epic science fiction story with clever worldbuilding and many interesting themes.
Soul Eater - A Manga with a Halloween type setting in which the main characters have to eat the souls of 99 Evil Humans and 1 Witch.
Berserk - A Manga that explores themes of humanity and is considered as one of the greatest Manga of all time.
The Boys - An American comic book series that uses the superhero genre in a unique way.
Lord of the Rings - One of the most iconic fantasy books to date that takes place in the fictional world of Middle Earth, following The Fellowship of the Ring, who set out to destroy the soul of the evil conqueror Sauron.
Coraline - A dark fantasy children's novella by British author Neil Gaiman, published in 2002 by Bloomsbury and Harper Collins that was adapted as a 2009 stop-motion animated film, directed by Henry Selick.
Vagabond - An epic, martial-arts, historical manga series written and illustrated by Slam Dunk creator Takehiko Inoue, which began serialization in 1998, spanning 37 volumes before going on indefinite hiatus in 2015.
One-Punch Man - A manga that spawned an adaption of the famous anime series we all know and love and focused on an iconic character who can defeat foes with just one punch.
A Scanner Darkly - A 1977 Science-Fiction novel written by Blade Runner creator Philip K. Dick. The story follows Bob Arctor, a man addicted to a narcotic known as Substance D, and Fred, a narcotics agent closing in on him.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid
"I'll be famous one day, but for now I'm stuck in middle school with a bunch of morons"
Type: Chapter children's book
Published: 2004 (FunBrain)
April 1, 2007 (official)
Author: Jeff Kinney
Pages 217

Diary of a Wimpy Kid is a children's novel written and illustrated by Jeff Kinney. It is the first book in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series. The book is about a boy named Greg Heffley and his attempts to become popular in middle school.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid first appeared on FunBrain in 2004, where it was read 20 million times. The abridged hardcover adaptation was released on April 1, 2007. The book was named a New York Times bestseller, among other awards and praise. The book was adapted into a feature film, which released in March, 2010.


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