“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.”
“A riveting story of a horrible injustice enacted with careful, logical cruelty in the name of national security.
“Tyler Cross: Angola is the perfect graphic novel for those sick of superheroes. . . .
Jane Austen’s books are cultural touchstones, but the details of her life are less public. Most of what we know is reconstructed from letters.
Michael Kupperman is a graphic novelist with a cult following (Snake 'n' Bacon's Cartoon Cabaret, Tales Designed to Thrizzle).
At least as frustrating as a bad book—which, after all, can be tossed aside and forgotten—is a good book that could have been even better.
Jennifer Hayden’s first graphic memoir is the powerful story of the story of her tits—from their conspicuous absence in her early teens that leads her to stuff her bikini top with rocks to their ev
The ideas that fell out of Stan Lee’s head seem to have come to RULE THE WORLD!
“Mr. Geary is the sort of historian we all wanted to have in school or college: a teacher who makes history interesting and compelling. Thankfully now, we have him in graphic novel form.