Comics & Graphic Novels

A Story That’s Lasted for Millenia: Eric Shanower on the New Edition of Age of Bronze

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A Story That’s Lasted for Millenia: Eric Shanower on the New Edition of Age of Bronze

Eric Shanower’s long-running chronicle of the Trojan War, Age of Bronze,  has now well outlasted the war itself. For the 20th anniversary of the...
The Night Has Teeth: Preview Little Girls, a New Graphic Novel from Image Comics

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The Night Has Teeth: Preview Little Girls, a New Graphic Novel from Image Comics

Image Comics is best known for publishing creator-owned monthly titles, but they also have published an impressive library of single-volume graphic novels,...
A Coming-of-Age Adventure Worthy of Miyazaki, Plus a Talking Bear: Revealing Ryan Andrews’ This Was Our Pact

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A Coming-of-Age Adventure Worthy of Miyazaki, Plus a Talking Bear: Revealing Ryan Andrews’ This Was Our Pact

Publishers love to get you excited about a new book by comparing it to something else you hopefully already love, and, for my money, there’s no more...
14 Graphic Novels & Manga for Dungeons & Dragons Fans

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14 Graphic Novels & Manga for Dungeons & Dragons Fans

Comics and fantasy role-playing games have shared a similar trajectory as of late: once considered distinctly nerdy pursuits and viewed as mildly...
The Best Comics & Graphic Novels of September 2018

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The Best Comics & Graphic Novels of September 2018

Home After Dark: A Novel, by David Small Small has won multiple awards for his children’s books, but this one goes deeper and darker, boasting some of...
The Fab Four in Four Colors: Bill Morrison on Adapting Yellow Submarine for Comics

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The Fab Four in Four Colors: Bill Morrison on Adapting Yellow Submarine for Comics

Bill Morrison is a legendary graphic designer, editor, and publisher. His promo art has been used for Disney classics like The Jungle Book and The Fox and...
The B&N Podcast: The Adventure Zone LIVE at Comic Con

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The B&N Podcast: The Adventure Zone LIVE at Comic Con

Every author has a story beyond the one that they put down on paper. The Barnes & Noble Podcast goes between the lines with today’s most...
The Best Comics & Graphic Novels of August 2018

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The Best Comics & Graphic Novels of August 2018

Assassinistas, by Tini Howard, Gilbert Hernandez, Rob Davis, and Aditya Bidikar Octavia, Charlotte, and Roslyn were three of the world’s top...
Obsessive Tendencies: Scott McCloud on 25 Years of Understanding Comics

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Obsessive Tendencies: Scott McCloud on 25 Years of Understanding Comics

Twenty-five years ago, Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art began appearing on the bookshelves of discerning comic book lovers everywhere, and changed...
The Adventure Zone: Here There Be Gerblins Is the Best Podcast You’ve Ever Read

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The Adventure Zone: Here There Be Gerblins Is the Best Podcast You’ve Ever Read

If you told me three-and-a-half years ago that I would soon become fairly obsessed with a hybrid storytelling-comedy podcast in which three brothers played...
The Eyes Have It: See the Exclusive Cover & Poster of the Barnes & Noble Edition of Monstress, Vol. 3

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The Eyes Have It: See the Exclusive Cover & Poster of the Barnes & Noble Edition of Monstress, Vol. 3

Like a Jim Henson film filtered through the mind of David Lynch, Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda’s Monstress has been giving us beautiful nightmares for...
The Best Comics & Graphic Novels of July 2018

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The Best Comics & Graphic Novels of July 2018

Bad Girls, by Alex de Campi and Victor Santos On the eve of Fidel Castro’s 1958 takeover in Cuba, three women decide to take advantage of the chaos....

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