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I am currently re working on my main project I did during my studies to hopefully getting this graphic novel finish by the end of 2015!


ARC Review -- Vixens, Vamps, & Vipers by Mike Madrid

Vixens, Vamps, & Vipers: Lost Villainesses of Golden Age Comics

Vixens, Vamps, & Vipers: Lost Villainesses of Golden Age Comics by Mike Madrid. October, 2014. Exterminating Angel Press, 240 p. 463 more words


Review: Delilah Dirk & The Turkish Lieutenant

Delilah Dirk & the Turkish Lieutenant  is a graphic novel written and illustrated by Tony Cliff. Our protagonist is actually the aforementioned Turkish lieutenant, a young man named Selim. 314 more words


Review: In Real Life by Cory Doctrow & Jen Wang

This is going to be pretty much spoiler-filled because it’s difficult to talk about a graphic novel without getting into the plot. So, if you want the quick version: 861 more words


“Graphic Novels: What do they really say?”

Joe Sacco’s a “The Fixer and Other Stories” graphic novel medium chronicle the war in Sarajevo, and it effects on present and past Bosnia. He uses this media to give us a background from multiple characters in the book, and it allows him to show not only one person’s perspective, but also an intimate worldly view and how each character is ultimately affected by the war. 339 more words


ARC Review -- The Hound of the Baskervilles (Dover Graphic Classics) by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

The Hound of the Baskervilles (Dover Graphic Classics)

The Hound of the Baskervilles (Dover Graphic Classics) by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, adapted and illustrated by John Green.  776 more words


Teaser from The Atlantic

Here’s a teaser image that was posted at The Atlantic from the graphic novel I’m currently drawing.  You can read the article which includes some excellent quotes by my collaborator Jonathan Hennessey at this… 10 more words