Back in 2008, there was a live-action feature film adaptation of Will Eisner's celebrated comic The Spirit. Graphic novel writer Frank Miller directed the film in the same style as the big screen adaptation of Sin City, but the film was an absolute mess, and it has been panned by critics and fans alike. Show More Summary
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past is an adaptation of the beloved, internationally bestselling video game originally released for Nintendo's Super Entertainment System. Long out of print, this stunning, full-color graphic novel...Show More Summary
Linda is seeking: Adult, middle grade, and young adult fiction across all genres (romance, horror, fantasy, realistic, light sci-fi, and graphic novels). Select literary fiction (preferably with commercial bent). Diversity of all types (ethnicity, disability, sexuality, etc.). Show More Summary
The Man of Steel is looking good in this Superman Man of Steel by Darwyn Cooke Statue. It is as if The Man of Steel has burst from the pages of the best-selling graphic novel, DC: The New Frontier. This superbly sculpted statue is based on the designs by legendary artist Darwyn Cooke and is […]
Frank Miller is going to write a third installment in his Dark Knight trilogy as eight comics in celebration of the original’s 30th anniversary. The first issues will hit this fall according to […]
DC Comics confirmed today that Frank Miller is returning to write a second and final sequel to his extraordinarily influential Batman series The Dark Knight Returns. The 1986 series, along with other graphic novels like Alan Moore’sShow More Summary
The young girl in Second Quest will seem familiar to most video game lovers. Azalea explores ruins, collects artifacts and tries to uncover the mysterious hidden history of her floating fantasy homeland. But, halfway through the story, she throws away the ocarina, boomerang and slingshot she’s found. Show More Summary
Following the acclaimed Persepolis, Embroideries is a graphic novel that tells stories from an ultraconservative Iran in the early 1990s with irony and wit. Read the rest
Beginning May 1st, writer Dave Roman and artist John Green will be serializing their next graphic novel, Teen Boat The Race for Boatlantis as a webcomic. The Race for Boatlantis is a sequel to the creators' 2012 graphic novel, Teen Boat, about a teen who can turn into a boat (yes, really) and his many teen/boat adventures. Show More Summary
In the weekly Atomic Books Comics Preview, Benn Ray highlights notable new comics and graphic novels. Benn Ray is the owner of Atomic Books, an independent bookstore in Baltimore. The Mobtown Shank is his blog, and his comic Said...
Image Comics has been slaying the comic game as of late. Created by seven of Marvel Comics’ best selling artists, Image has been producing comics and graphic novels since 1992, and now stands as the 3rd largest comics publisher in the United States. (Facts obtained from ImageComics.com). You’ve no doubt heard their name before, being […]
A show of Jules Feiffer’s art work opens tonight at the Adam Baumgold Gallery, and a book of his collected works, “Out of Line: The Art of Jules Feiffer,” is about to be released. Feiffer’s own graphic novel “Kill My Mother,” was published last year, and he’s currently working on the second book of what will be a noir trilogy. Show More Summary
"Amazing, Fantastic, Incredible: A Marvelous Memoir" is a full-length graphic novel is billed as a "funny, moving and incredibly honest" look at Lee's life and legacy.
Dig into the very best of comics and graphic novels with the nominees for the Eisner Awards, which highlight the finest works for a wide range of readers.
What if the green-capped adventurer of the Zelda games was a little girl who lived in a mysterious floating city? In Second Quest, a graphic novel out today from writer Tevin Thompson and Braid artist David Hellman, the familiar motifs...Show More Summary
My eleven-year-old self is doing somersaults of joy! Fresh off her recent Eisner nomination for Sisters, Raina Telgemeier is also celebrating the re-release of her graphic novel adaptations of The Baby-Sitters Club IN FULL COLOR by Graphix/Scholastic!
What’s the connection between Ada Lovelace, Charles Babbage, and me? Well, it’s a bit tenuous. Apart from the obvious, that we all liked computing (in effect), it is that they appear in a new graphic novel, and I love graphic novels. I...Show More Summary
The characters on SundanceTV's The Red Road — an acclaimed drama about the tensions between a Native American tribe and residents in a New Jersey mountain town — are getting origin stories In a new digital comic, available now, readers...Show More Summary
Nanjing: The Burning City is cartoonist Ethan Young's retelling of the Nanjing Massacre of 1937, which was a horrific moment in Chinese history. Young's graphic novel has a detailed, gritty tone to the art that lends an appropriate air of gravity to the subject matter. Show More Summary
Comic books aren’t the only publications who dabble in variant covers. Novels often find an entirely new audience by repackaging and reformatting the covers and sometimes even the content (e.g. the Harry Potter books are a good example of this, by creating fun covers with large type which appealed to children, and more elegant covers […]