News related to graphic novels


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  • The man accused of the gruesome torture and murder of his girlfriend by scalping her and draining her body of blood in a Los Angeles apartment had already written a fictional version of a similar crime in one of his graphic novels, it has been reported.

  • There’s a reason the word “graphic novels” are called “novels”—these works are just as complex, deeply-imagined, and surprising as any work of prose literature.

  • CAIRO – 26 September 2017: A caricaturist fond of Egypt, French Golo spoke about his new graphic novel at the third edition of the CairoComix Festival that was held in AUC Tahrir and concluded on Sunday.

  • When I was a new teacher, I often overlooked the power of picture books and graphic novels in my junior high classroom.

  • The French Comics Association, a coalition of major French graphic novel publishers, has organized the second French Comics Framed, a festival celebrating Franco-Belgian comics artists to be held October 4-9 at a variety of locations during the city during .

  • In his most ambitious and most personal project to date, Jeff Lemire spins the captivating and engaging story of a family from the small factory town of Royal City and the ghosts that haunt them.

  • Graphic novels have the ability to depict any number of different worlds, but the most important might just be the one that continues to spin outside the doors of your local library.

  • This slim graphic novel honors victims of violence against Native women.

  • But when the case finally does move forward, the prosecution may very well bring up one of Leibel’s graphic novels, Syndrome, which begins with a killer slashing his victims and draining them of their blood.

  • This fall, a trio of graphic novels are taking aim at Trump using the language of words and pictures, the opening salvo of a culture war likely to last for the duration of his term in office.