The silent graphic novel Josephine shows an emotional journey of a young boy with a complicated family life discovering the realities of racial inequality. The post First Looks: Josephine appeared first on Rogues Portal.
Amazon has a “Kindle sale” almost every day that is eh, but occasionally, they have a great sale. Today, they have 75 highly rated Kindle books on sale. Most are $1.99-$2.99. These contain Marvel comics and graphic novels for $2.99. Show More Summary
From his back to his stomach to his testicles, Robert Wells had been in pain for decades – but no one in the NHS believed him. So he turned it all into a hilarious graphic novel Right now, life isn’t so bad for Robert Wells. “I get the odd uncomfortable day,” says the 48-year-old cartoonist. Show More Summary
There was supposed to be an Overwatch graphic novel tie-in for the game to release a while ago, but it was shelved... no, it was cancelled. It was cancelled hard. Well, now that the dust has settled game director Jeff Kaplan has finally explained why the Overwatch comic got...
Nelvana’s (Delta State, Beyblade: Metal Fusion) animated series Mysticons hasn’t even premiered on TV yet, but it’s already becoming a series of graphic novels from Dark Horse. The series follows the epic tale of four unexpected heroes...Show More Summary
IF A GRAPHIC NOVEL can be thought of like a three-minute pop song, then French author Penelope Bagieu wisely holds a beautiful epiphany well past the two-minute mark. The timing is sublime. In her new work “California Dreamin’,” a graphic biography of Mama Cass Elliot, the pivotal scene that shows this revelation takes place in the […]
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...
Blizzard is too happy with fan stories about the greater Overwatch lore to put forth its own, rigid version of events. The story in Overwatch is not told through the usual means of in-game cut-scenes and so on. Overwatch’s story is gleaned through character interactions, in-game events, out-of-game animated shorts, and from the comic panels […]
Bong Joon-Ho’s acclaimed sci-fi locomotive indictment of capitalism, Snowpiercer, is being, well, capitalized on by TNT, who in Nov. 2016 ordered a pilot of a series based on the film/the French graphic novel on which that itself was based. (That news may have slipped right by you due to some other late capitalist dystopian, erm, events happening in […]
Norwegian cartoonist Jason is internationally renowned for his minimalist, deadpan comics starring anthropomorphized animal characters, but he’s doing something different with his latest Fantagraphics graphic novel. His visual styleShow More Summary
The first batch of images to be released from director Anders Walter's adaptation of the Joe Kelly graphic novel I KILL GIANTS don't reveal a lot, but they do show the film's lead actresses Zoe Saldana and Madison Wolfe in...Show More Summary
THR landed the first images of stars Zoe Saldana and Madison Wolfe in Anders Walter‘s feature-length directorial debut I Kill Giants, an adaptation of Joe Kelly’s graphic novel about a misfit girl battling real and imagined monsters in her life. Imogen Poots also stars in the film. Shot in Ireland and Belgium, I Kill Giants […]
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It has often been remarked that “higher education” these days does more to prolong adolescence than to help young people mature. A pretty good piece of evidence in support of that case is the fact that colleges and universities now have...Show More Summary
Currently in the works: A live-action adaptation of Lauren Redniss’ graphic novel Radioactive: Marie & Pierre Curie: A Tale of Love and Fallout, starring Rosamund Pike and directed by Marjane Satrapi. Does anyone remember—is this what it feels like to be excited about something? Read more...
The Adventures of John Blake: Mystery of the Ghost Ship By Phillip Pullman and Fred Fordham Scholastic Graphix, 160 pages, $17.99 There’s little original in Phillip Pullman’s first graphic novel. We have a mystery ship shrouded in fog. Time travel. A rich madman. A plucky heroine. Still, he manages to spice things up then stir […]
On Saturday, recently ousted FBI chief and noted tall person, James Comey, attended a D.C. performance of the Tony award-winning musical Fun Home, based on the graphic novel of the same name by Alison Bechdel. His wife, Patrice, accompanied him. For those who haven’t read the book or seen the show, Fun Home is a… Read more...
This weekend just gone was The Toronto Comic Arts Festival celebrating comics, graphic novels & their creators. Joining the ranks of the vendor fair exhibition was a local artist, Kagan McLeod. Taking inspiration from his favorite sculptures he traded marble muscle for pop culture icons in paint. Any other famous rocks you’d like to see […]
“Death is not the end.” A line used from the J.O Barr classic graphic novel turned cult movie, The Crow. What that saying means is death is not always where the story (or in this case, game) ends. Sometimes death is just a necessary step towards progress (at least in the fiction world). Show More Summary