Do you enjoy reading graphic novels? If so, you might be interested to know about some of the new resources we have related to graphic novels.
First here are some new graphic novels we have recently acquired:
American Vampire by Scott Snyder and Stephen King. King Library 2nd floor PN6728.A485 S69 2010.
The Eighth Day by Mitsuyo Kakuta. King Library 2nd floor PL872.5.A3 Y6513 2010.
Castle Waiting Volume Two by Linda Medley. King Library 2nd floor PN6727.M42 C34 2006 v.2.
Black Blizzard by Yoshihiro Tatsumi. King Library 2nd floor PN6790.J33 T249 2010.
Artichoke Tales by Megan Kelso. King Library 2nd floor PN6727.K425 A78 2010.
Pterror over Paris ; and, The Eiffel Tower demon by Jacques Tardi. King Library 2nd floor PN6747.T374 P83 2010.
You might be also interested in some recent titles about graphic novels and comics:
Comics as a nexus of cultures: essays on the interplay of media, disciplines and international perspectives edited by Mark Berninger. King Library 2nd floor PN6714 .C6515 2010.
The best American comics criticism edited by Ben Schwartz. King Library 2nd floor PN6725 .B47 2010.
The rise and reason of comics and graphic literature: critical essays on the form edited by Joyce Goggin and Dan Hassler-Forest. King Library 2nd floor PN6714 .R57 2010.
The power of comics : history, form, and culture by Randy Duncan and Matthew J. Smith. King Library 2nd floor PN6710 .D86 2009.
We also recently acquired a video about the creator of the popular comic Bone called The cartoonist Jeff Smith, Bone and the changing face of comics.
If you're interested in finding out more about our graphic novel holdings, you might want to check out our subject page about it.
I mentioned the title Pterror over Paris ; and, The Eiffel Tower demon above. This book is an English translation of the first volume of Jacques Tardi's Adele Blanc-Sec series, which was recently turned into a movie. I hope you enjoy this trailer for the film (warning: there is a slight hint of nudity).