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


    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


    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


    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


    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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