13. Habibi 14. The Invisible Man Habibi's art was spectacular. The story waxed and waned a little for me - I definitely enjoyed many elements of it. It was ambitiously drawn and ambitiously written and one of the most intriguing and unusual graphic novels I've ever read. TIM was a bit lacklustre. Seemed very generic and dull. While I have loved most of HG Wells' work, this one lacked anything even remotely resembling decent characterisation, which is a shame because the story hinges almost completely on characterisation. Happy to be making significant progress once again. Hopefully will be close to 20 by the end of April.