Graphic Novels from Wilson & Shimojima, plus Debuters Simon & Brascaglia and Tung | Xpress Reviews

This volume gets into superfan specifics and sports politics, making it more intricate than it first appears; Tung’s tale is pleasant but does little to distinguish itself from the pack; an excellent addition to any graphic novel collection and for all readers interested in nonfiction and historical work

Graphic Novels by Martinson and Wilson & Shimojima on Japan, plus Moore | Xpress Reviews

Fans will appreciate how the epilog mirrors the prolog, ending the trilogy perfectly; light manga artwork coupled with a succinct, well-researched narrative will entice readers; for anyone looking for an introduction to the Buddha and his teachings

Graphic Novels from Chanoinat & Le Hénanff, Matsumoto, Milton & Auladell, Bios | Xpress Reviews

Fans of the Elvis will relish this book; manga and graphic novel fans will reread Matsumoto’s collection for years; this retelling of Paradise Lost will be best appreciated by academic audiences; this book of biographies might make readers eager for the actual reprints of the work discussed

Graphic Novels from Loeb & Co. and Wilson and Morikawa | Xpress Reviews

This Supergirl is recommended for those who enjoy teen tropes of self-exploration, angst, and hope despite the odds; Wilson and Morikawa’s stories are compelling for both their odd content and historical value

Xpress Reviews: Graphic Novels | First Look at New Books, November 22, 2013

Mad Magazine’s Dave Berg and a famous samurai story from Wilson and Shimojima