Tag: graphic novel

19. ‘Footnotes in Gaza’ by Joe Sacco

I can’t believe it’s taken me this long into the year to read a graphic novel! And I haven’t started with a light one, either. Footnotes in Gaza by Joe Sacco is a beast of a book, and it’s… Read More

Adapting a classic: graphic novels and sequels

After discussing the book to movie adaptation of The Girl on the Train last week, I’ve been thinking about other forms of book adaptation and what can happen when adapting a classic. I’ve recently read two different types of adaptation: the… Read More

Triple graphic novel review

Recently my local library updated its graphic novel section, so I loaded up with three big books and got reading. Here they are! 52. Polina by Bastien Vivès I’ve previously read Vivès’ A Taste of Chlorine, and I could see some similarities in style… Read More

3 graphic novels by women

It’s time for another triple graphic novel review, and this time all of the books I’ll be reviewing have been written by women (two by the same woman, ‘cos she’s pretty great). It’s always nice to celebrate women… Read More

Graphic novels: surrealism

Surrealism is the name of the game for my next set of three graphic novels. This time I’m reviewing a book about a sick child, a book about the life and soul of the party, and a collection… Read More