Graphic Novels & Comics

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There have been many retellings of the Jack the Ripper legend. From novels to nonfiction books, TV shows to movies, and even more than a few graphic novels.

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Neverboy is one of the strangest comics miniseries around, but it is compellingly whimsical, sad, and hopeful.

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Over his 50-year career, Charles Schulz, the creator, writer, and artist for Peanuts, would write and draw close to 18,000 strips.

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a fun graphic novel.”

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This is the pure magic of Peanuts.”

 

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It wasn’t just the wild laughs, hilarious parodies, and complete lack of respect for almost anything it wrote about that pushed MAD into the spotlight.

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The Kitchen is a trade paperback billed as a “reimagining” of the mob novel for a new generation. The question is which generation?

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Fans of the Sleepy Hollow movie should beware buying this graphic novel based off the Fox series.

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Sandman was always a wonderful mix of legend, literature, and out-there scifi, and Overture is no exception.

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Rat God is the perfect graphic novel for those who enjoy Lovecraftian horror but want something original and exciting.  

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Compiling the first five issues of the Orphan Black comic book series, Orphan Black: Volume 1 is in essence a rehashing of the events in the first season of the TV show the comic

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Filled with full color explosions of malevolent mayhem straight from the Cold War, Spy vs. Spy has never looked better!

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Never has wading through the bizarre been so rewarding.”

Where to start with Klaxon?

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The Bronze Age is when Superman broke the chains of Kryptonite! Batman could finally become a vampire!

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The ideas that fell out of Stan Lee’s head seem to have come to RULE THE WORLD!

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There was a time when, in certain quarters, comic books were reviled. Currently, in certain quarters, comic books are revered.

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Talent is always a joy to witness. But young talent like this is a very special joy.”

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The Tithe: Volume 1 is a welcome entry into not just the graphic novel market, but also the overall crime fiction genre.”

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so much fun to read.”

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Today it is acceptable for a comic book hero to unravel, disappear, die, be reborn and on occasion, even be reincarnated in a different form, costume, or body.

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Grand adventure stories often take place in exotic locations among exotic peoples and feature exotic creatures.

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The Dresden Files is an exceptional series of 15 (and counting) novels written by Jim Butcher, in addition to tie-in short stories and a short-lived television series.

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"[a] fine [example] of the art of comic books . . ."

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Keef Cross’ DayBlack is not your typical graphic novel in terms of images or plot.  Trained as both a tattoo artist and painter, Cross creates drawings reminiscent of tattoos, and the stor

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“moving and deeply beautiful art illustrating stories of risk, choices, loss and life.”

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