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Graphic Novel

Perhaps more of us would have paid attention in history class if James Otis Smith had been allowed to write the school books like he does his graphic novels.  Between the pictures and his running…
Out on a Limb is the second book in the Cassandra: Animal Psych series.  It is a quick, short graphic novel that is aimed at female readers.  It follows the escapades of Cassandra and her do…
The Accursed Inheritance of Henrietta Achilles is the first in a new graphic novel series called A House Divided.  It follows the tale of Henrietta Achilles, an orphan who has inhe…
The Overwatch Anthology is a collection of short stories that originally appeared as separate short comics. The stories provide background information for the cast of characters associated with the Ov…
The Dragonslayer brings Latin American folktales to life in graphic novel format. The three stories that were chosen for this collection are likely to be unfamiliar to readers in the United States or …
The Cardboard Kingdom is a story about the summer vacation of the kids in a neighborhood. The children spend their days playing in a fantasy world of their own devising, using props made from var…
The Walking Dead Volume 31 delivers action, drama, horror, drama, and then even more drama in the usual Robert Kirkman style. The story centers around the interaction between the survivors who fa…
Robert Kirkman delivers his usual solid characterization, engaging story, and some unexpected plot twists in this installment of The Walking Dead. Readers of this series are accustomed to each gr…
Hiromu Arakawa delivers another compelling installment of Fullmetal Alchemist. Brother Ed and Al have to contend with villains, plots within the state, and even strife between themselves in this …
Hellboy tells the story of an unlikely hero who fights against the forces of darkness, even though he looks like he would be a better fit fighting alongside them. In this graphic novel, the prota…
The Epic Origin of Super Potato is an entertaining read for a younger middle grade student. It delivers some chuckle-worthy humor and some light-hearted escapism. The plot is straightforward but …
In a book about kid spies, there has to be some mischief, right?  Well, our narrator, who is about 10 years old, has a way of finding himself in some pretty silly situations.  He has quit a …