If reading comics about superheroes, watching movies about superheroes and playing as superheroes in video games just isn’t enough, then maybe Luke George’s comic influenced first novel The Injustice Cure will satiated your fix.
“It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife”. Two hundred years ago, Jane Austen introduced us to Elizabeth Bennet, her four sisters and their suitors with the publication of PRIDE AND PREJUDICE (1813), which she referred to a her “darling […]
2010, Tara Books/Patua Graphics Writer: Arthur Flowers Artists: Manu Chitrakar, Guglielmo Rossi During my time writing reviews for this site, the question of what exactly defines a graphic novel as such rears its head on an almost weekly basis. I See the Promised Land, an illustrated account of the life of Martin Luther King Jr., […]
2010, published by HJ Kramer & New World Library Story: Dan Millman Art: Andrew Winegarner Peaceful Warrior: The Graphic Novel is an adaptation of Dan Millman’s 1980 bestseller Way of the Peaceful Warrior. A spiritual coming of age drama with an apparent Carlos Castaneda influence, it’s evidently a beloved book (as a quick search online […]
For reasons that I cannot possibly fathom, in the eyes of TV, film and literature, Star Wars and geekery were joined at birth. Following on from Fanboys et al is My Best Friend is a Wookie: A Memoir, One Boy’s Journey to Find His Place in the Galaxy, Tony Pacitti’s presumably semi-autobiographical novel of awkward […]
Proxies of Fate marks the first time I’ve been asked to review a purely prose novel, yet while Proxies isn’t a comic as such it’s ostensibly a classic comic book adventure under a literary veil, with equal quantities of 50s sci-fi thrown in for good measure. When an invasion by the Krush, a sadistic reptilian […]