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House to Astonish Episode 142

House to Astonish is back, and there’s an absolute ton of news to get through this time round. We’re looking at DC Rebirth; Wal-Mart’s move into graphic novels; the Hanna-Barbera comics revamp; the mess that was this year’s Angoulême; Si Spurrier and Dylan Burnett’s Weavers, the return of Steve Rogers as Captain America; the Supergirl/Flash […]

Atomic Books Comics Preview - February 3, 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...

Cover Unveiled for Box Brown’s Tetris Graphic Novel

2 days agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

First Second Books has scheduled the publication date for October 2016.

C. Spike Trotman to Create a Josephine Baker Graphic Novel

3 days agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

First Second Books will release Black Pearl: The Graphic Life of Josephine Baker in 2018.

Indian blockbuster 'Baahubali' looks to repeat its success with graphic novels, games and animation

When it released in 2015, Baahubali: The Beginning broke the record for being the most expensive as well as the highest-grossing Indian film in the country. Now, the blockbuster's mythological universe is being expanded to new formats...Show More Summary

I Completely Lost My Will to Write After a Long Career—Until I Discovered Graphic Novels

Why do I simultaneously want to flaunt my brand-new work of art and kick it to oblivion? I've just e-published my first graphic novel. I'm not sure whether this is a radiant, birdsong-bright threshold or the cold end of the road. I'm proud of it, but also horribly ashamed. Show More Summary

Super While Black: Get a First Look at 'Black' by Osajyefo, Smith & Igle [Exclusive]

What if only black people had super powers? Kwanza Osajyefo and Tim Smith 3 are set to answer that question in their upcoming graphic novel, Black, with art by Molly Danger creator Jamal Igle, and covers by Khary Randolph. The creators...Show More Summary

Sam Sharpe Announces 'Mom: A Story of Love and Mental Illness' From First Second [Interview]

2016 marks the tenth anniversary of FirstSecond, the graphic novel publisher that has been home to work from talents including Faith Erin Hicks, Gene Luen Yang, Sonny Liew, Scott McCloud, Mariko and Jillian Tamaki --- a huge range of writers and artists, telling stories from the subtlest biography to the most outlandish adventure. Show More Summary

Peek Inside the New Graphic Novel That Tells The Origin Story Of Tetris

Tetris is one of those games that seemingly everybody has played in some form or another. It’s evolved in fascinating ways and players continue to do amazing things with Tetris’ many iterations. Later this year, a new non-fiction comic will look at the beginnings of one of history’s most famous video games. Read more...

Marissa Meyer Inks Two Book Deal

4 days agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

Marissa Meyer plans to write a young adult duology of graphic novels called Wires and Nerves.

Best Comic Books Ever (This Week): New Releases For February 3 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

Sony Hires Writer for DECENDER Film Adaptation

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sony Pictures has hired screenwriter Jesse Wigutow to pen the script for "DECENDER", based on the graphic novel by Jeff Lemire. Josh Bratman from Immersive Pictures will produce the film with Lemire set as Executive Producer along with co-creator and artist of the series, David Nguyen. Show More Summary

Igle, Randolph & More Launch "BLACK" Graphic Novel Kickstarter

Written by Kwanza Osajyefo with art from Jamal Igle, "BLACK" is set in a world where only Black people get superpowers.

February Words without Borders

The February issue of Words without Borders is now out, with a theme of: 'International Graphic Novels: Volume X', plus a bonus-section of 'The Reverberations of History: Contemporary Austrian Literature', curated by Tess Lewis.

‘Was She Pretty?’: An Excerpt From Leanne Shapton’s Classic Graphic Novel on Modern Love

Originally published ten years ago, Leanne Shapton’s Was She Pretty?, a “graphic-novel-cum-children’s-book” (Publisher’s Weekly) about modern love, was inspired, the author says, by “raging jealousy.” The reader can tell, even through the book’s veneer of timeless, cosmopolitan art and elegant (if unadorned) prose. Show More Summary

Exclusive: ‘Lunar Chronicles’ author Marissa Meyer will write her first graphic novel — with androids

MARISSA MEYER is bringing her intergalactic characters into a new dimension.Meyer is the author of “The Lunar Chronicles,” the series of YA sci-fi novels that sits atop the bestseller lists, in stellar company with “The Mazerunner,”Show More Summary

FFF Results Post #446 -- Old-School GNs

On Friday, CR readers were asked to "Name Five Graphic Novels You Like That Were Each Published As A Single Volume Before 2000." This is how they responded. Buzz Dixon 1. God's Man, Lynd Ward (pictured) 2. Murder By Remote Control, Paul Kirchner and Janwillem van de Wetering 3. Show More Summary

‘The 100’ Star Ricky Whittle Cast In ‘American Gods’

"American Gods" from Starz has cast "The 100" star Ricky Whittle in the role of Shadow Moon. The show is based on the graphic novel by acclaimed writer Neil Gaiman and begins shooting in April 2016.

Atomic Books Comics Preview - January 30, 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...

Five For Friday #446 -- Old School GNs

Five For Friday #446: Name Five Graphic Novels You Like That Were Each Published As A Single Volume Before 2000 1. The Silver Surfer, Stan Lee & Jack Kirby 2. He Done Her Wrong, Milt Gross 3. The Big Yum Yum Book, R Crumb 4. Blackmark, Gil Kane 5. Our Cancer Year, Harvey Pekar and Frank Stack idea and examples provided by John Vest; thanks, John!

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