The release date for this graphic novel anthology has been set on December 28.
Forget phantom limbs - what happens when the ghost haunting your thoughts is your dead, formerly conjoined twin? This is the subject of author and illustrator Lisa Brown's first graphic novel, "Living Doll." Main character Isabel Peabody was once half of a carnival freak show act, "The Extraordinary...
The Ghostbusters and SNL star will take on the lead role in the adaptation of Deb Lucke's graphic novel. The post Kate McKinnon To Star In Adaptation Of The Lunch Witch OGN appeared first on CBR.com.
The imprint that changed the face of graphic novels hits its tenth – and they’re just getting started
Cartoonist Evan Dahm has been creating long-form fantasy adventure webcomics and publishing them on his own for the past decade, but he’ll be getting a big boost in distribution with a new graphic novel from First Second: Island Book. Show More Summary
Snow White: A Graphic Novel reads like a silent movie. Matt Phelan’s cinematic re-telling of the classic fairy tale, film noir style, uses watercolor to soften the edges of the film genre’s brash tropes, and blur the lines between grit...Show More Summary
Syfy announced that it’s developing The Woods, an hourlong sci-fi drama about a high school that wakes up on a foreign moon, based on the YA graphic novel series from Boom! Studios. Read more...
Syfy has put in development The Woods, an hourlong sci-fi drama based on Boom! Studios’ flagship graphic novel series, with San Andreas helmer Brad Peyton producing and set to direct. Written by Michael Armbruster based on the comicShow More Summary
New graphic novels include the Norwegian artist Hariton Pushwagner’s astonishing cartoon treatise “Soft City,” which has finally arrived in the United States.
For reasons that are unimportant for this post, I was forced to rewatch the 2006 film adaptation of Alan Moore's graphic novel V for Vendetta. This movie is garbage. It is garbage in ways and for reasons that are important...
Our picks for the Top Ten books of 2016, plus Top Five picks in genre fiction, nonfiction, poetry, graphic novels, and more.
Each month, Abraham Riesman offers recommendations of comics, including book-length graphic novels, comics-format nonfiction, and ongoing series. With any luck, at least one of them will be a match for you.Jessica Jones by Brian Michael Bendis, Michael Gaydos, and Matt Hollingsworth (Marvel) Few corporate entities do brand synergy as well ... More »
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...
Art should always experiment. Image has done that in spades with this newest graphic novel endeavour: One Week in the Library. The post One Week in the Library Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.
Brigid Alverson and friends at SLJ recommend the following from 2016's multiple offerings. Compass South: Four Points, Hope Larson and Rebecca Mock (Farrar) Ghosts, Raina Telgemeier and Braden Lamb (Scholastic) Hilda and the Stone...Show More Summary
If you're not familiar with The Adventure Zone already, then folks, I have some good news: you have over fifty episodes of one of the best, funniest, and most thrilling ongoing narrative podcasts in front of you to listen to, which is something you should start doing immediately if not sooner. Show More Summary
Like many people, I’m not a particularly religious person. I was raised Jewish, and still half-heartedly honor and celebrate some Jewish holidays, but haven’t been to temple in years. My children are similarly unengaged with organized...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
Jessica Abel discusses her young adult graphic novel series, which explores personal and social coming of age in the downtrodden settlements of Mars. The post It’s Rollergirls on Mars in Jessica Abel’s Trish Trash appeared first on CBR.com.