Comics Cross Over | Genre Spotlight: Graphic Novels

In our Genre Spotlight, the most exciting new offerings in graphic novels don’t conform easily to expectations.

Graphic Novels from Chuck Dixon & Co. and Moto Hagio | Xpress Reviews

Fans of either Superman or the properties he’s interacting with should find plenty to enjoy; veteran devotees of Naoko Takeuchi’s Sailor Moon time/identity switches will enjoy leveling up to this more complex and more adult plot puzzle

Hard Case Crime Teams with Titan Comics

Starting this month, Titan Comics joins forces with the iconic crime fiction imprint Hard Case Crime to launch Hard Case Crime Comics. Releasing both original and adapted works by celebrated authors of the crime genre as well as emerging voices in comics, the new line will boast the same gritty, sexy violence for which the mystery publisher is well known.

The Property Brothers’ Guide to Fixing Your Home, Drawing Comics, and The Joy of Stitching | Crafts & DIY Reviews, March 15, 2016

An essential guide that informs readers on how to sell, buy, and potentially remodel any residence; a dynamic how-to manual for drawing comics; a fun collection will appeal to needleworkers who enjoy a combination of folk art flair and homemade, quirky charm, and many more crafts/DIY books

Checking In, Going Out, Reading All Night | What We’re Reading

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The Library Journal/School Library Journal gang is getting a little meta, reading books and articles about films and exhibitions they’ve seen, keeping their kids in red jammies, and enjoying—finally!—adult fiction.

The Delights and Pleasures of Comics | Wyatt’s World

The ABCs of Rube Goldberg, Kafka’s The Castle, Marquez and Ryan’s 3D collaboration, comics from digital to print, and gorgeous black-and-white silhouettes from Nilsen

Graphic Novels Reviews | January 2013

Reviews of Aline Crumb and R. Crumb’s Drawn Together, C. Tyler’s Soldier’s Heart, and Alex Raymond and Don Moore’s Flash Gordon, plus a full list of graphic novel reviews in the Jan. issue.

George Lucas Engaged/Jedi Top Religion, Comics App Soars, Texas Chainsaw 3D, Hail to The King | Geeky Friday

Happy 2013! Man, did 2012 suck or what? Put garlic in its mouth, chop its head off, and pound a stake through its heart! Starting off on a happy note, big GF congrats to George Lucas on his engagement to Mellody Hobson, his girlfriend of six years (does she know he just gave away all […]

Graphic Novels Reviews | November 15, 2012

Reviews of Michael Goodwin & Dan E. Burr’s Economix, Nick Hayes’s The Rime of the Modern Mariner, and Superman: Vol. 1, plus a full list of graphic novel reviews from the Nov. 15 issue.

Graphic Novel Reviews, September 15, 2012

Graphic novels with protagonists ranging from superheroes to everyman to Abraham Lincoln