Graphic Novels & Comics

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"Our research has proved that the chicken came not just before the egg, but before anything else in the known universe."

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“The psychedelic form, as well as the blatant splashes of color, make this graphic novel a feast for the eyes, while some of its themes will be recognizable to anyone familiar with Latin Am

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“Exquisite pacing . . . a masterful artist.”

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a stunning tour-de-force . . . that will surely set a new benchmark for graphic novels and what they can achieve in a literary context.”

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There are two stories being told inside the new Haffner Press anthology, The Complete Ivy Frost by Donald Wandrei. The first is the discovery of a real rarity.

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Tim Fielder’s book Infinitum tells the story of Aja Oba, an ancient African king who steals the son of his concubine and is cursed with immortality in revenge.

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“Hats off to Gildiner for doing a heroic therapeutic job and for writing about it so eloquently.”

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Now more than ever the nation needs an alien it can respect. Not the cute ET-type of alien, either. This one should be wearing cargo pants, smoking a cigarette, and cooking hot dogs on a BBQ.

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Dirty Old Tank Girl by Alan Martin is good clean fun, apart from the swearing, violence, and brief nudity.

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Bronx Heroes in Trumpland has three primary contributors. Each has written a foreword to this graphic novel.

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Rusty Brown is a masterful study of ordinary American humanity.

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Patrick Kyle’s graphic novels are enigmatic. His artwork is abstract and deeply resistant to simple representation, and his stories are surreal.

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“Although the painterly art style and attention to environmental detail provide much to admire visually, narratively this is yet another joyless and bloody tale of a man sent on a rampage o

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The Illuminati Ball has a magnificent concept . . .”

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“for anyone who loves pop culture references and quick, easy fun, this book will help them while away those hours stuck in mass transit.”

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In journalism, “bury the lede” is a term of craft: placing the most important point of the story too far down in the text, too distant from the all-important lead paragraph.

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“Gorgeous graphics and a neat idea cannot save what eventually becomes a tragically flawed effort.”

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To appreciate this surrealistic story, you should know something about the realities of urban renewal worldwide, the city planner Le Corbusier devoted to the use of cement in his “Brutalist” struct

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“In the end the mind-blowing art can’t save a book that fails to deliver on the promise of its premise.”

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Brief and beautiful, Druillet’s genius shines through in this madcap adventure across post-apocalyptic wastes.”

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“All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.”

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“In many ways, Gehrmann achieves what Upton Sinclair never quite did: She makes the characters real and complex, and she makes the political story a movingly human one.”

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Hellboy: 25 Years of Covers by Mike Mignola turns these pulpy misadventures into immaculate art.

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“A riveting story of a horrible injustice enacted with careful, logical cruelty in the name of national security.

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Death Orb is a visually ambitious graphic novel. It depicts a ruined Earth, years past a nuclear holocaust. Buildings are crumbled, with vines of hanging wires choking them.

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