MORE 'GRAPHIC-NOVELS' POSTS
Like his teachings, the Buddha's biography continues to adapt itself to befit the times we live in and the audience it's intended for.
Saving Sunshine is also about planet earth and all the issues surrounding it today: global warming, human encroachment into animal habitats, endangering of species, and so much more.
The imaginative and fantastical landscapes that horror germinates in are great fun. And when done right they are: scary, exciting, revealing, unnerving, unexpected, funny, dramatic…you know, like life.
Growing up is hard. It is awkward. It does feel like a game. But Tuva has what it takes to get through this weird time of life---good friends, a loving parent, and a growing sense of self and identity. A really lovely look at all the changes that can come with being 12.
Reading a story where you can appreciate the artwork, writing, and storytelling simultaneously is very special.
The Barbie movie comes out TOMORROW! If you’re on pins and needles for more Barbie content, or if your local theater has sold out, try these tween and teen graphic novels that might scratch your Barbie itch. The Sweet Valley Twins are BACK: in graphic novel format! Join Jessica and Elizabeth as they take on […]
Love, fear, growing up, coming out, the pandemic, and the Orlando nightclub shooting all captured in ten full-color panels.
The idea bubbled up practically overnight: the story of a young, gay, Hispanic teen (that’s me), who falls in love with a cowboy (that’s Texas), who may or may not be a killer (and that’s Jane Austen).
Crilley talks about writing and illustrating a novel paying tribute to Taiwan more than 30 years after living there to teach English.
Can I tell you it beautifully captures the delicate yearning that marks so much of adolescence? And will you know what I mean by that? Because it just does.