Go beyond the Romero classic The post Double Take’s Night of the Living Dead-Inspired Graphic Novels Now Available appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Margaret Atwood, five-time Booker Prize award winner, created her own superhero, Angel Catbird.
Fans of Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Michael Chabon are likely anxiously awaiting his new novel, Moonglow, set for release this year. It’s been a long wait since 2012’s sublime Telegraph Avenue, although Chabon offered a graphic novel last year with Casanova: Acedia. Show More Summary
IT IS a sign of its elevated status and popularity that graphic novels have grown to own more shelving within your local library — and likewise, a more prominent place in national conversations about literature. Running through Sunday is Banned Books Week, which highlights attempts to restrict the written word as it also celebrates “the […]
After over 30 years, Tetris remains one of the most popular video games of all time, and Box Brown chronicles why in his new graphic novel, Tetris. Brown’s story jumps between two major threads, with one presenting the history of Tetris while the other examines the larger history of game creation and play through the ages. Show More Summary
The question most often asked of the ComicsAlliance staff is a variation of, “Which comic books should I be reading?” or, “I’m new to comics, what’s a good place to start?” The Wednesday deluge of new comic books, graphic novels andShow More Summary
This week on September 28, marks the re-release of Double Take Comics’ first wave of ten original books in graphic novel form. Each book contains the first five issues that have been re-edited to bring a better story for the audience. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Canadian actor Aaron Poole has been cast in Fox’s The Empty Man, a supernatural thriller based on Eisner Award-winner Cullen Bunn’s graphic novel from Boom!Studios. David Prior has been tapped to helm and write the film, which...Show More Summary
Last week DC Comics and IDW announced will join together to publish a 144 page graphic novel titled Love Is Love to raise money for Equality Florida to help the victims of the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando, FL on June 12th. This groundbreaking venture between two comic book publishers and a nonprofit was organized […]
Lucy Knisley is one of the best creators of autobiographic graphic novels, an unwieldy phrase for a genre that’s not just growing but thriving. A slew of women dominate the field, including Knisley, Alison Bechdel, and Raina Telgemeier. Show More Summary
A hip, compelling read for tweens and teens looking for guidance and understanding of common social situations.
In Tom Gauld’s new graphic novel, Mooncop — published by Drawn & Quarterly — the age of the moon has waxed and waned.
NBCUniversal International Studios has optioned rights to Image Comics’ graphic novel series Trees. First published in 2014, the sci-fi works are by comic book writer and New York Times bestselling author Warren Ellis (Red) and illustrator, Jason Howard. Show More Summary
The Image Comics series by Kelly Sue DeConnick, Valentine De Landro, Robert Wilson IV and Cris Peter was honored over the weekend with a British Fantasy Award for best comic/graphic novel. The post Comics A.M. | Bitch Planet Wins British Fantasy Award appeared first on CBR.com.
Margaret Atwood discussed rewriting Shakespeare (her new novel The Hag-Seed is a reinterpretation of The Tempest) at the Guardian. Ed Piskor discussed his Hip Hop Family Tree graphic novels with the Washington Post. Ebooks on sale for $1.99 today:...
The publication date of Love is Love has been set for December 2016.
Studios continue to pick up every comic property they can get their hands on for both movies and TV and Postal, the series from Top Cow and Image Comics, is the latest acquisition set […]
Writer Alan Moore, perhaps best known for the classic “Watchmen” graphic novel, has this month released a novel, “Jerusalem,” to generally very positive reviews. There are many words to describe the novel (“epic,” “Joycean,” “vast,” and “show-offingly brilliant” are some of them) but the one word...
A patron is criticizing a Gainesville, Florida, public library for declining to stock "Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel." The library says it already has 11 copies of the prose book, in four formats. The post Comics A.M. | Library Refuses to Buy Clinton Cash Graphic Novel appeared first on CBR.com.
In the weekly Atomic Books Comics Preview, Benn Ray highlights notable new comics, graphic novels, and books. Benn Ray is the owner of Atomic Books, an independent bookstore in Baltimore. He also runs the Mutant Funnies Tumblr. Atomic Books...