Graphic Novels from Gage, Gage, & Lewis and Seth | Xpress Reviews

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A historical graphic novel might be a useful springboard for instructors in an academic setting; Seth’s latest trip to Palookaville touches on the day-to-day experiences of growing up

Graphic Novels from de Radiguès, Rich & Levens, and Cameron & Co. | Xpress Reviews

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Similar to a roller coaster, slowly climbing to a peak and then racing to a wild, unexpected finish; a delicious and refreshingly unironic romantic revival; the latest Batgirl is sure to please superhero fans of all ages

Graphic Novels: Chambers & Culbard, Conner, MacLean, Miller & Janson, and Reed | Xpress Reviews

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An adaptation of Chambers’s work, stick around for Harley Quinn, MacLean’s work is refreshing and unique, Batman enthusiasts will love his story in black and white, Ms. Marvel will keep die-hard fans happy

Graphic Novels from Johns & Frank & others and Wiebe & Sejic | Xpress Reviews

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Frank’s clear and unobtrusive art complements the dynamic, straightforward Earth One universe plot; patrons who love Buffy the Vampire Slayer will surely enjoy the raucous and powerful Rat Queens

Abadzi & Co., Kelman/Fetter-Vorm, Occupy Comics, Williamson & Co., & More | Graphic Novels Reviews, May 15, 2015

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Doctor Who is a winner fans will embrace, Bang!Tango is a solid bet for adult thriller fans, Wonton Soup is outrageous and picaresque sf, Williams’s serious yet sometimes puckish slice-of-life drama

Graphic Novels from Gardner & Co.; Geary; Remender, Alixe, & Klein; and Samura | Xpress Reviews

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The best overall collection of the Flash, fast-paced whodunit featuring silent film star Louise Brooks, a shift in the Captain America universe, and an essential volume for Blade of the Immortal fans

Graphic Novels from Ewing & Co., Hussenot, McCann & others, and Miéville & Santolouco | Xpress Reviews

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Doctor Who fans should enjoy these latest adventures, Hussenot’s graphic novel is a thinker, a fun read for those who are interested in a different side of Hawkeye, the artwork steals the show in Dial H

Graphic Novels from B., Dini & Timm, and Running Press Cult Comics | Xpress Reviews

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The Eisner Award gives The Batman Adventures: Mad Love; The Deluxe Edition all the praise it needs. Any library that doesn’t own the original would do well to add this edition to their collections

Graphic Novels from Millar/Quitely, Moreci & Co., Patton/Cannon, plus 25 Years of D&Q | Xpress Reviews

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A veritable Drawn & Quarterly encyclopedia; Jupiter’s Legacy is well wrought, unnecessary, and just compelling enough to recommend; Roche Limit is a bit disturbing but a strong work; looking at philosophy can be a stimulating delight

Graphic Novels by Edginton & Deas, with Austen, and Horrocks | Xpress Reviews

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Forget Colin firth; here’s a new Pride and Prejudice for the modern reader; anyone with an interest in the history or creation of comics will find themselves enthralled by Sam Zabel and the Magic Pen