Tag Archives: graphic novels

  1. Interview with the Vampire lives on in graphic novel

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    November 19, 2012 by shepla

    For a while in the 1980s, my friends and I were totally addicted to Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire …
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  2. Girls. With guns!

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    November 15, 2012 by shepla

    I’m well aware that lot of female comic book fans are not all about the warm-and-fuzzy-romantic-teen angsty-slice-of-life stuff that I …
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  3. Women in Comics: Journalist Brigid Alverson, comics expert

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    November 11, 2012 by shepla

    Brigid Alverson has been keeping me informed about comics for years through her MangaBlog website, Good Comics for Kids (at …
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  4. Marvel’s marvelous Oz series deserves starring role

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    November 9, 2012 by shepla

    Marvel is synonymous with Spider-Man, X-Men, Hulk, Thor, and a bunch of other superheroes. And yet it also publishes a …
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  5. Celebrate Family Literacy Day with a comic!

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    November 1, 2012 by shepla

    It’s National Family Literacy Day! Do you know a reluctant or struggling reader? Or a new English-language learner? Comics or …
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  6. Amelia Rules! tween graphic novels feature sometime-superheroine

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    October 24, 2012 by shepla

    The Amelia Rules! graphic novel series by Jimmy Gownley was recommended to me by my tween son, and he didn’t …
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  7. Women slowly making gains in comics

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    October 22, 2012 by shepla

    While the comics industry is still heavily male, women are making strides, particularly on the creative side. Graphic Novel Reporter’s …
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