Tag Archives: graphic novels

Y: Not Read More?

I have always felt that the term “comic” had a mildly dated connotation, nostalgically recalling newspaper funnies and aging collections. What some call “grown-up” comics I have most often heard referred to as graphic novels, and I was fortunate enough … Continue reading

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Comic-tastic!

Honestly, I’ve was never really into reading comic books growing up as a child. I do in fact remember, and actually still do, owning this large, hardback comic book of Snoopy–with all the adventures it entails– but never actually sitting … Continue reading

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Words with pictures…? YES.

I love the idea of comic books, but unfortunately haven’t found many that I have liked in a long time. When I was little I was bombarded with french comic books, which I loved, and to this day still pick … Continue reading

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Comic Books and Me: A Nerdy Coming of Age Story

I don’t remember when I encountered my first comic book, or my first superhero. But I’m pretty sure both were Spider-Man. My parents encouraged me to pursue whatever interested in me, and for a kid who liked Power Rangers and … Continue reading

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