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From Hawkeye to Ms. Marvel, these 10 titles might just be the very best of the comics you can find on Marvel Unlimited.
Defy the constraints of genre with genre-blending graphic novels that combine sci-fi with fantasy, fantasy with horror, and so much more, like Crema by Johnnie Christmas, Dante Luiz, Ryan Ferrier, and Atla Hrafney.
These space fantasy comics and graphic novels are full of psychic planets and alien gods that make for some out of this world reading, like Outer Darkness by John Layman and Afu Chan.
Take a trip to the islands with these ten books set in Hawai'i that don't require a plane ticket or any vacation time to enjoy.
Young readers will find themselves charmed by these magical witch books, full of magic schools, novice witches, and fun familiars—like Root Magic by Eden Royce
Did somebody say new comics? Check out these 2022 LGBTQ comics and graphic novels, including Space Trash, because you're not going to want to miss them!
Love All Systems Red by Martha Wells? Check out these eight other sci-fi books full of robots and AI like Murderbot, like The Tea Master and the Detective by Aliette de Bodard.
Check out some of the best new queer SFF to add to your 2022 TBR from bookish vampires to sci-fi adventures in space.
Set your sights on the past with some of the best queer historical romances, from surprising Colonial American pairings to Regency romance.
Ever wondered what the title of your life story would be? Take this quiz to find out which book is the title of your life story.
Looking for some great new comics this month? These May comics and graphic novels are just what you need, from Amazon queens in Nubia Coronation Special to indie horror in Eat the Rich.
Journey to the past with these must-read YA historical fiction novels perfect for teens, young adults, and adults alike, including We Are Not Free by Traci Chee.
Looking for a book you can read in a day? Check out these short sci-fi novellas for fun in space, time, and the multiverse, like Prime Meridian by Silvia Moreno-Garcia.
We could always use more queer pirate books, but these are a good place to start, from genderqueer pirates to sapphic love on the high seas, including A Clash of Steel.