Our editors pushed up their ruby quartz glasses and debated a Top 20 list with the fierceness of Black Panther and the eloquence of Cypher. What follows below is a collection of New York Times bestsellers alongside blockbuster reads and...
Support this week's full-text RSS feed by buying Super Powered Revenge Christmas MST3K alum and RiffTrax genius Bill Corbett has written Super Powered Revenge Christmas, a graphic novel illustrated by Len Peralta! Full of holiday-themed...Show More Summary
Adaption by cartoonist Guy Delisle suffers same fate as The Interview.
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...
Here. This formal mentoring program was announced earlier, I think a few months back, but this post provides more details. I hope it is a good experience for some aspiring comics-makers and a worthwhile one for the nice people volunteering their time. Show More Summary
The insanely detailed sculptures in Kris Kuksi’s exhibition “Antiquity in the Faux” are 3-D versions of graphic novels whose imagery has taken up all the space and left no room for text.
Walking past Greenlight Bookstore at lunchtime today a certain book called out to me:Robert Moses: The Master Builder of New York City is a graphic novel by Pierre Christin and Olivier Balez, published by Nobrow. Here's a description...Show More Summary
These are the six graphic novels I have most recommended to friends, family, and anyone else who has crossed my path this year. All links go to the authors' contributions to the Book Notes series, where applicable. What was your...
Syfy has cast their 13-episode scripted series called Dark Matter, based on the Dark Horse graphic novel by Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie (executive producers and writers for the Stargate franchises). Dark Matter is the story of the crew of a derelict spaceship who are awakened from stasis with no memory of they are or how they […]
Whit Taylor, a cartoonist and frequent writer about comics, has posted a list of favorite comics this year at her site. She emphasizes the favorites part of this kind of exercise, in a way familiar to anyone who reads a lot of writers-about-comics at the end of a calendar year. Show More Summary
image via Cece Bell Earlier this year, children’s author and illustrator Cece Bell released El Deafo, a graphic novel about her childhood as the only deaf student in her school. At the age of four, Bell contracted meningitis, which caused her to become deaf. She used a large hearing aid that strapped to her chest, […]
An adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s “Sandman” series of graphic novels is still in the works with David S. Goyer and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. THR caught wind of an interview on the Radio Times where Gaiman fantasizes who could don the role of Morpheus. “It’s a funny thing with Morpheus. Again, it’s that thing where you look […]
Chances are you already have one graphic novel in your library. Right? Right? Seriously, people, if your shelves don't at least contain Alan Moore's Watchmen — named to many lists of the top 100 books of all time — or Frank Miller'sShow More Summary
The Girl with All the Gifts is a stand alone post-apocalyptic/horror thriller by M. R. Carey. The author has also written graphic novels in the X-Men and Fantastic Four series, the Lucifer graphic novels, and the Felix Castor series as Mike Carey. Show More Summary
The end of the year is all about arbitrary best-of lists. Five of us here at in the Bitch Media office wrote up our favorite pop culture of the year, from comic books to subreddits. KRISTIN ROGERS BROWN, Art Director Graphic Novels:Show More Summary
Known for her autobiographical graphic novels, here's a look at Miss Lasko-Gross' latest, adventure fable "Henni" from Z2.
Roy Thomas and Howard Chaykin's "Star Wars" adaptation will be presented in a remastered, oversized graphic novel format in 2015.
Relatable characters, situations help kids build family relationships
One of my favorite comic book series in recent years is Viktor Kalvachev’s Blue Estate, a hardboiled crime series that takes place in modern day Los Angeles. It’s got a sleazy action hero actor with a passing resemblance to Steven Seagal,...Show More Summary
Zack Giallongo is an illustrator and comics artist. His graphic novel Broxo is full of adventure, and his original comic Ewoks: Shadow of Endor is a must-read for Star Wars fans. Read the rest