Tag: graphic novel

REVIEWING “MARCH: BOOK 1”: THE FIGHT FOR EQUAL RIGHTS

Book Reviewed: March: Book 1 by John Lewis and Andrew Aydin, illustrated by Nate Powell Genre: Autobiographical comics Publisher: Top Shelf Productions in 2013 ($14.95 for the paperback) Here we are in the month of February, day four to be exact, and I felt… Continue Reading “REVIEWING “MARCH: BOOK 1”: THE FIGHT FOR EQUAL RIGHTS”

REVIEWING “DOOMSDAY CLOCK”: CONTINUING THE LEGACY OF THE “WATCHMEN”…IN THE DAWN OF SUPERMAN

Book Reviewed: Doomsday Clock, parts 1 and 2. Written by Geoff Johns, illustrated by Gary Frank (based on, and continuing the story of Watchmen, by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons). Genre: superhero comics (collected into a graphic novel) Published By: DC, collected in two… Continue Reading “REVIEWING “DOOMSDAY CLOCK”: CONTINUING THE LEGACY OF THE “WATCHMEN”…IN THE DAWN OF SUPERMAN”

REVIEWING “THEY CALLED US ENEMY”: BLACK AND WHITE PICTURES SHOW US THE GREY OF OUR OWN EVIL

Book Reviewed: They Called Us Enemy, written by George Takei, Justin Eisinger, and Steven Scott. Illustrated by Harmony Becker. Genre: autobiographical graphic novel Published By: Top Shelf Productions in 2019 ($19.99 for the traditional paperback; $25 for the expanded hardcover edition) Nearly everyone who… Continue Reading “REVIEWING “THEY CALLED US ENEMY”: BLACK AND WHITE PICTURES SHOW US THE GREY OF OUR OWN EVIL”