Graphic Novels from Cho, Delporte, and Kafka & Godbout

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A moving, beautifully drawn, and thought-provoking book from Cho, a distinctive work from Delporte, a fitting adaptation by Godbout of Kafka’s American dream

Graphic Novels from Moon & Bá, Richardson & Sakai, and Roy | Xpress Reviews

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Stars all, a nice long thoughtful read from Moon and Bá, narrative and artistic talent from RIchardson and Sakai, a smorgasbord of aliens from Roy

Q&A: Paul Buhle

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Paul Buhle discusses Bohemians, a graphic collection that explores the cultural Left in America

Jules Feiffer, Brandon Graham, Jane Irwin, Mimi Pond, Charles Schulz, & More | Graphic Novels Reviews

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Feiffer gets top billing, Kowalchuk’s blocky, slightly retro art renders clarity and zest, Reb’s Sea-Wolf will make excellent fodder for book clubs, a generation Over Easy, Wood gives his characters superhuman depth

Graphic Novels from Bendis, Dawson, DeForge, Edmondson, & Yanow | Xpress Reviews

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Classic Marvel X-Men, for disillusioned counterculturalists, avant-garde work from DeForge, an insightful story of the Bible, Yanow’s memoir isn’t an ideal introduction

Graphic Novels from Guibert, Ryan, & Thompson, plus a Mother Teresa Bio | Xpress Reviews

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An update on Alan Cope from Guibert, an inspirational bio of Mother Teresa, solid storytelling from Ryan, in 3-D, a creative debut from Stechschulte, and a humorous yet contemplative cartoon on childhood from Thompson

A Graphic Novel on Nelson Mandela; Moench on Batman; Vehlmann & Kerascoët | Xpress Reviews

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An excellent biography of Nelson Mandela, an almost supernatural version of Batman, a subtly scary watercolor wonderland that explores the darkness of human nature

Graphic Novels from Boultwood, Diggle & Jock, Edginton & Trifogli, Leach, Xu Bing | Xpress Reviews

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A treat for all ages from Boultwood, Diggle & Jock are blunt and unapologetic, a story ambitious and clever from Edginton & Trifogli, an alternative graphic novel from Leach, and Xu Bing offers experimental fiction and a bit of challenge

Graphic Memoirs by Alden & Bell, Horror by Brubaker, Williams’s New Batwoman | Xpress Reviews

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Fans of Bell will enjoy her latest installment; Brubaker’s Raymond Chandler–meets–H.P.Lovecraft series; a mature, nuanced portrait of modern life and love from Hernandez; fans with a sense of history will appreciate Johnson; Williams’s Batwoman is a breath of fresh air

Xpress Reviews: Graphic Novels | First Look at New Books, April 4, 2014

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A compassionate and entertaining picture of Andre the Giant by Box Brown; Numbercruncher is an engrossing read from Spurrier and Holden

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