Literary Graphic Novels & Memoirs
No longer rashly dismissed as cartoonish fripperies, today’s graphic literature is every bit the equal of its contemporary fiction counterpart. Whether telling original stories of depth and complexity, paying tribute to important figures past and present, or filtering established literature through the graphic prism, there is nothing that cannot be achieved by the judicious juxtaposition of word and image.
Our Best New Literary Graphic Novels
Breathlessly original and charged with Moore’s distinctive brand of urbane mysticism, the stories collected in Illuminations range from the four horsemen of the apocalypse to the big bang and are guaranteed to astound and intrigue.
Every Picture Tells a Story: Great Graphic Literature You Must Read
Classics Reimagined: Graphic Literature Adaptations
Brilliantly conceived and executed, The Handmaid's Tale is a bold evocation of twenty-first century America that gives full rein to Margaret Atwood's devastating irony, wit and astute perception.
Pen Portraits: Graphic Biography and History
Building Stories: The Work of Chris Ware
Dispatches from the Front Line: The Graphic Journalism of Joe Sacco
The Great Pioneer: Alan Moore
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