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Heard about graphic novels? Thought they were for kids? Or just about superheroes? Graphic Novel Life is here to tell you otherwise! Reviewing graphic novels past, present and future. Steering you through the jargon and genre classifications. Giving you advice and tips on where to start for the whole family. Whatever your age, graphic novels are for everyone! We're going to need GNs. Lots and lots of GNs.
 
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There was little to crow about in the British kid’s comics market for years. That is until a man named David Fickling decided that he didn’t want to revive comics in Britain as much as restore them to where they should be. Today on Graphic Novel Life we’re looking at David Fickling Books,The Phoenix Comic and getting kids reading.…
 
Today's episode is for my pub buddies who are disheartened by the recent Star Wars films. Here's a summary of some of the things I say about Star Wars graphic novels and particularly Kieron Gillen's and Salvador Larocca's Darth Vader run for Marvel Comics, though far less tipsy than at those times. Also, I talk about Vader Down, the Darth Vader sto…
 
Resident Alien by Peter Hogan and Steve Parkhouse is a fun and engaging series that centres on an alien scientist stranded in small town America. Published by Dark Horse Comics, it's always getting better. I look at the rest of the series today with a full on review of Alien in New York, the latest and best instalment in the series. Also Parkhouse'…
 
Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips have been around a long time and produced some good stories in their respective fields. Their work on Fatale set a new standard for creator owned productions and reinvented a sub-genre of classic crime noir. If you like a bit of the spooky stuff and a bit of gritty crime, this might be just the ticket to get you into G…
 
At 17 Samia Yusuf Omar represented her country at the Beijing Olympics. Four years later she met a tragic ending. I take a look at Reinhard Kleist's graphic biography An Olympic Dream: The Story of Samia Yusuf Omar, muse on the thought provoking nature of his account and why graphic biographies work on a slightly different level to prose biographie…
 
Today we chat about the zany fun to be found in Monkey Nuts by Robin & Lorenzo Etherington. Robin writes for his age group but its funny whatever your demographic and Lorenzo fills the pages with some amazing characters and settings. I also chat about my first comic, why I love graphic novels, how Pat Mills' & Joe Colquhoun's work on Charley's War …
 
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