Graphic Novels from Alekseyeva, Elliot, and Uslan & Timpano | Xpress Reviews

This authentically rendered story of strong, independent women will appeal to both adults and teens; a wonderful exploration of the myriad conditions that stem from mental illness; this volume is unable to rekindle whatever magic the original radio shows had

A Bounty of Adaptations and Translations | Graphic Novels

IMMIGRANTS ARE US With attempts begun in Washington to restrict immigration, let us draw on graphic novels to better understand those who are new to this country, especially those from the Middle East.

The Voices of Islam | Collection Development

Libraries have a unique opportunity to inform users of the rich and varied experiences of the Islamic world. These 35 sources should be available in most libraries.

“Fire!!” Peter Bagge Takes on Zora Neale Hurston

Acclaimed for his biography Woman Rebel: The Margaret Sanger Story, Peter Bagge has taken on the author of Their Eyes Were Watching God with Fire!! The Zora Neale Hurston Story. In an email interview, LJ asked Bagge to share insights about this remarkable woman.

Graphic Novels from Hill, Matz, & Jef and Zub & Co. | Xpress Reviews

Hill and Matz deliver a compelling tale about loyalty and revenge, as well as a thought-provoking look at gender politics in our era; Glitterbomb is a macabre tale depicting the dark side of Hollywood and fame

LJ Fiction Reviews: April 1, 2017

Another solid offering from best-selling Swedish author Backman; a marvelous debut for all romantics who believe in hope; a new series from the most dependable names in comics Brubaker and Phillips; newcomer Mukherjee delivers a stirring, entertaining mystery that bursts with lively historical details

Graphic Novels feature Paula Knight on “The Facts of Life” | Xpress Reviews

Graphic memoirs thrive on candid and open storytelling, and Knight seems a bit quick to close the book. This emotionally honest and personal look into reproductive challenges takes an awkward turn toward manifesto

Graphic Novels from Nicholson, Remender & Co., and Zick | Xpress Reviews

A great place to whet one’s appetite for further exploration rather than a definitive guide; fans of Remender’s work will be captivated by this story; die-hard fans of Zick’s series may appreciate this raw, unfinished protowork

Graphic Novels from Gabrielle Bell and Debuter Kaplan & Co. | Xpress Reviews

Bell’s first graphic memoir, while more realized than her earlier comics, still flows from the same source; Kaplan’s first volume of a new doomsday series solidly balances worldbuilding with action.

Graphic Novels from Dori, Sabaaneh, and Wolf | Xpress Reviews

The trials and tribulations of a flawed yet highly influential innovator; White & Black offers a candid look into the experiences of a political prisoner; for wistful adult readers who meditate on their own past loves