Gene Luen Yang on BOXERS AND SAINTS

Award-Winning BOXERS AND SAINTS – Gene Luen Yang’s Two-Perspective Historical GN by Zack Smith, Newsarama Contributor Date: 29 January 2014 Time: 05:00 PM ET CREDIT: Gene Luen Yang View full size image Gene Luen Yang’s already earned widespread acclaim for everything for such works asAmerican Born Chinese and writing the Avatar: The Last Airbender graphic novels for Dark […]

Frank Cammuso on KNIGHTS OF THE LUNCH TABLE

Frank Cammuso first made a splash with his acclaimed series Max Hamm, Fairy Tale Detective. His work there got him noticed by Scholastic Books, which led to his new full-color graphic novel series Knights of the Lunch Table. The first volume, The Dodgeball Chronicles, introduces us to Artie King, newest student at Camelot Middle School. […]

Jon Buller on THE FOG MOUND

JON BULLER ON THE FOG MOUND v3: SIMON’S DREAM by Zack Smith The line between books and graphic novels has grown narrower in the last few years. Novelists have started scripting comics, comic writers have started doing prose novels, novels have been adapted into comics, and comics have been adapted into novels. But one medium […]

Dwight MacPherson on KID HOUDINI AND THE SILVER DOLLAR MISFITS

DWIGHT MacPHERSON ON KID HOUDINI AND THE SILVER DOLLAR MISFITS by Zack Smith Dwight L. MacPherson has already taken Edgar Allen Poe on a fantastic journey with Image’s The Surreal Adventures of Edgar Allen Poo, which was recently nominated for an Eagle Award. Now, he’s taking on Harry Houdini with Kid Houdini and the Silver […]

Michael Hague on IN THE SMALL

MICHAEL HAGUE ON IN THE SMALL by Zack Smith What if all humans on Earth suddenly shrank to six inches tall? Oh, and everything else – including animals – is still the same size. That’s the apocalyptic question posed by In the Small, a new graphic novel for ages 12 and up coming from Little, […]