Top 5 - Benn Ray

Top 5 Comics About Serial Killers:

My Friend Dahmer by Derf
Imagine if one of your high school pals turned out to be one of America’s most infamous serial killers? That’s what happened to Derf. He turns this memoir into a fascinating tale of teenage isolation in America’s suburban 1970s.

Green River Killer by Jeff Jensen / Jonathan Case
In the 1980s, The Green River Killer murdered about 50 of women in the Seattle area. This book is written by the son of the Detective who spent twenty years cracking the case.

Gary Book 1 and Book 2 by Tyrell Cannon
This series, loosely based on the Green River Killer, looks into the life of a very active serial killer. Gary isn’t just a murderer of women, he’s also a husband, a father and a co-worker - which raises greater questions of how monsters like this can exist among us.

From Hell by Alan Moore / Eddie Campbell
Don’t judge this comic (or any of Moore’s comics) by the movie it spawned. This dense look at Jack the Ripper is impeccably researched and fully considered.

Sandman Volume 2: The Doll’s House by Neil Gaiman / various
This is really the volume that where Gaiman’s Sandman takes off. This story features the threat of the Corinthian - an unleashed nightmare and even more interesting - a convention of serial killers.