100 Greatest Graphic Novels Takes a Look at the Good, Bad and Epic

100 Greatest Graphic Novels

 100 Greatest Graphic Novels Takes a Look at the Good, Bad and Epic

Many of our favorite movies, TV shows, and even video games originated from a graphic novel. Katrina Hill and Alex Langley‘s 100 Greatest Graphic Novels: The Good, The Bad, The Epic takes a critical look at some of those most thought provoking titles. From The Sculptor to Guardians of the Galaxy, this book explores action, humor, adventure, history, pop culture, and so much more. Popular movies such as The Watchmen and Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World first stemmed from an author and artist of a graphic novel. Many people may think of graphic novels as a comic book of some sort, but actually graphic novels can rival classic novels when it comes to story, structure and art. This book is not just for fans of graphic novels, this book is for fans of anything and everything related to pop culture. This book can help you figure out just which graphic novel you should pick up the next time you visit your local comic shop. 100 Greatest Novels: The Good, The Bad, The Epic will be available to purchase on Amazon.com and at a comic shop near you on October 13, 2016.

100 Greatest Graphic Novels: The Good, The Bad, The Epic

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