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One Week In The Library #1

Preview W. Maxwell Prince and John Amor's experimental graphic novel about a magical library, "One Week In The Library." The post One Week In The Library #1 appeared first on CBR.com.

Graphic Novels Set in New York City

Happy birthday to comic book legend Jack Kirby. We have the artist to thank for our modern imagining of superheroes, many which Kirby co-created with editor Stan Lee and imbued with human characteristics (the Hulk, for starters). The New York City-born Kirby’s surroundings influenced his vision of comic book rooftop battles, which were inspired by […]

Meet Comic Book Legend Chuck Dixon (Adapted “Clinton Cash: Graphic Novel”)

Chuck Dixon is the lead adapter of the new #1 bestselling graphic novel in the country, Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel, based on Peter...

Atomic Books Comics Preview - August 27, 2016

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...

Noelle Stevenson’s Nimona Now a Fully-Cast Audio Book - "I'm not a kid. I'm a SHARK."

3 days agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Fans of Lumberjanes' Noelle Stevenson, her awesome graphic novel Nimona, or just badass, female-led fantasy stories in general got some great news from Stevenson today! Nimona will be released as an audiobook!

BlokDust is an amazing graphical sound tool in your browser

Just when you think you’ve tired of browser toys, of novel graphical modular sound thing-a-ma-jigs, then — this comes along. It’s called Blokdust. It’s beautiful. And … it’s surprisingly deep. Not only might you get sucked into playing...Show More Summary

Children’s Books: Why Kids Will Love Raina Telgemeier’s New Graphic Novel

Raina Telgemeier extends her skills as a storyteller into the magic-realist realm in “Ghosts.”

Graphic Novel Friday: Summer Reads, Not What They Seem

There’s no easy way to say this: I was sick while on my summer vacation, and I liked it. During my annul trip into the Canadian wilderness, I spent my time reading in bed instead of fighting ticks, mosquitoes, and...

Comics AM – Rebellion Acquires Fleetway, IPC Youth Archives

Classic British comics are slated for new life, Art Spiegleman recommends one-page graphic novels, and more! The post Comics AM – Rebellion Acquires Fleetway, IPC Youth Archives appeared first on CBR.com.

Lionsgate Tackling the Golem Myth in ‘The Monolith’ Adaptation

Lionsgate has announced that they will be creating a film adaptation of the graphic novel The Monolith, according to THR. The film will be directed by Dave Wilson, who is the creative director over at Blur Studio, the production company run by Tim Miller (Deadpool). The Monolith graphic novel was written by Justin Gray and […]

Ten Kids' Comics That You Need to Read

Maybe you've thought about getting a young reader interested in graphic novels or wanted to check them out yourself but haven't known where to start? I get it. Author and Ambassador Gene Luen Yang is here to help...

Christoph Waltz in Talks for Alita: Battle Angel Adaptation from Robert Rodriguez and James Cameron

Christoph Waltz could be joining a movie based on a popular manga graphic novel that is being produced by James Cameron and directed by Robert Rodriguez. Color us curious! According The Hollywood Reporter, Waltz is in early talks to co-star in Alita: Battle Angel as Doctor Dyson Ido, a man ... More »

Newswire: The Monolith joins the ever-growing number of comic-to-film adaptations

As part of Hollywood’s campaign to burn through every available comic book property inside of a decade, Lionsgate has turned its attention to Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti’s mid-aughts graphic novel The Monolith. As originally published...Show More Summary

Man Plus: Electric Memory Review

The future of man, machine, and society has been pushed into an inevitably moment of convergence in the science-fiction graphic novel Man Plus. The post Man Plus: Electric Memory Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.

Best Comic Books Ever (This Week): New Releases for August 24 2016

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

Marvel Comic Book Releases for November 2016 [Solicitations]

Courtesy of Marvel, ComicsAlliance brings you an advance look at new periodical comic books, collected editions and graphic novels going on sale in November 2016 (and in some cases beyond) from the publisher’s mainline Marvel Universe titles, its licensed properties, and the creator-owned label Icon. Continue reading…

Hugo Awards for science fiction: Netflix’s ‘Jessica Jones,’ Neil Gaiman’s ‘Sandman: Overture’ win big

“THE SANDMAN: OVERTURE,” which Comic Riffs lauded as one of the best graphic novels of last year, was a big winner over the weekend at the 74th World Science Fiction Convention, MidAmeriCon II, in Kansas City. DC/Vertigo’s “Sandman: Overture,” written by Neil Gaiman, won the esteemed Hugo Award for best graphic story. Gaiman thanked the […]

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