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Critical Survey of Graphic Novels

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Critical Survey of Graphic Novels: Independents & Underground Classics provides in-depth insight for over 215 of the most popular and studied graphic novels. Researchers will be familiar with the characters and stories included in this collection, yet will gain a deeper understanding, as the literary nature of the stories is presented in critical format by leading writers in the field. Each essay will look beyond the "pop culture" aspects of the medium to show the wide range of literary themes and artistic styles that are used to convey beliefs and conflicts that are as old as the stories told in ancient civilization. Today's graphic novels expose the vulnerabilities and character flaws that previous comic book stories glossed over or never covered.

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Publisher: Salem Press

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  • ISBN: 9781587659546
  • File size: 21921 KB
  • Release date: May 31, 2012

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Critical Survey of Graphic Novels: Independents & Underground Classics provides in-depth insight for over 215 of the most popular and studied graphic novels. Researchers will be familiar with the characters and stories included in this collection, yet will gain a deeper understanding, as the literary nature of the stories is presented in critical format by leading writers in the field. Each essay will look beyond the "pop culture" aspects of the medium to show the wide range of literary themes and artistic styles that are used to convey beliefs and conflicts that are as old as the stories told in ancient civilization. Today's graphic novels expose the vulnerabilities and character flaws that previous comic book stories glossed over or never covered.

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