One of the first mystery novels in history, and also my absolute favorite of the genre.
First in a series. I didn't get past number three. But this one is genius.
There are actually more in the series than the first three, but I prefer to pretend it's a trilogy.
A comic book about comics as an artistic medium. Even (or especially) if you're not into comics, it's a fascinating and mind-expanding read.
I learned so much more about world history from this than from any textbook.
Yeah, I know. But really, these ones are genuinely worth reading. But please feel free to skip Atlas Shrugged.
Mostly historical fiction set in ancient Greece. I haven't read everything yet, but what I have read has been consistently excellent.
World War II and the holocaust as told by the author's father, in the form of a comic book where all the characters are anthropomorphic animals. It sounds weird, but it works.