Graphic Novel from Del Col & Company on the Assassin’s Creed Video Game | Xpress Reviews


A lot of the references will go over the heads of the uninitiated; recommended for teens and YA who crave more of the Assassin’s Creed game in any form

Picture the Possibilities | Graphic Novels Preview 2016


Nonfiction, memoir, even cookbooks show that the graphic novel format has grown far beyond the borders of its superhero roots. The capabilities are nearly limitless.

Graphic Novels from Dunn, Rucka & Scott, and Vaughan & Co. | Xpress Reviews


Cat lovers everywhere will love Dunn’s news team; a solid choice for fans of the fantastical in a real-world setting; a violent vision of a possible tomorrow that will prompt readers to contemplate political and environmental choices

Graphic Novels by Lemire & Nguyen and Williams & Co. | Xpress Reviews


A great sf tale that belongs in most graphic novel collections; be prepared to order the rest of the “Unfollow” series as the volumes are published

Graphic Novels from Aaronovitch & Co., Hernandez & Others, and Simon Plus | Xpress Reviews


A story for fans of police investigative dramas and sf; lovers of The Prisoner will delight in this parallel world of government experts, secret agents, and scientists; for fans of DC’s Vertigo titles, punk art, and David Cronenberg films

Graphic Novels: Le Roy and Dan Breathe “Sublime” Life into Thoreau | Xpress Reviews


This biography is a worthy addition to any library that includes Thoreau’s works

Wimmen’s Comix, Feiffer’s Cousin Joseph, Ancient China, “Threadbare,” & More | Graphic Novels Reviews, May 15, 2016


An essential Comix collection to engage both amateur and professional culture critics; a fresh serving of classic noir from Feiffer; a compelling, nuanced treatment of Alan Turing; Zapico’s enjoyable, valuable introduction to James Joyce

LJ Fiction Reviews: May 15, 2016


Belfer has created a fascinating historical novel; Clines’s Girls are unforgettable; Lancaster’s sprightly book is all about second chances; Feiffer serves up another classic noir; Liu recounts Chinese history; Chambers delivers a delightful debut space opera

Graphic Novels | Best Sellers, May 2016


Ms. Marvel, Sandman, Squirrel Girl, Darth Vader, and Batman vs. Superman

Graphic Novels from Gordon, Musturi, and Wilson & Co. | Xpress Reviews


A lovely commiserative effort from Gordon that keeps it simple and succinct for fellow parents; a triumphant project for enthusiasts of art comics as well as a loosely sketched story about our fragile mortal coil; an eye-popping, vibrant adventure