Anne Opotowsky and Angie Hoffmeister’s mammoth second volume in the Walled City Trilogy marks a classic in the making.
Fred McNamara continues his Asterix retrospective with a look back at the tenth entry in Rene Goscinny and Albert Uderzo’s popular series.
A clip from Arthur Flowers’ recent US tour, as he reads from I See the Promised Land, his graphic novel on the life of Martin Luther King, and explains how the project came about:
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, Slave Labor Graphics Written and Illustrated by Gerry Alanguilan Gerry Alanguilan’s Elmer requires its readers to draw upon their ability to suspend disbelief. It’s the sort of book that, if you were to put it aside and apply a minimal degree of logic to its plot, would seem ridiculous to the point of unreadable. […]