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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.
 
‘Graphic Wieners - A comic book podcast’ is a monthly comic book and graphic novel book club. We discuss some of the best - or worst, depending on the Wiener’s opinion - comic book and graphic novels throughout the art form. Expect deep feelings, candid opinions and sketchy knowledge (with the odd health update thrown in). Each issue will focus on one book but the conversation will spin off in many directions, including some of the latest news within the industry and movies. We ask you all t ...
 
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This month we talk to Glom Press, an award winning indie publisher of comics from Melbourne. How did an indie publisher of Australian comics come to be? What's indie publishing like? And much more is covered. To find out more about Glom Pres and their work visit their website: https://www.glompress.com If you like what we're doing, hit the subscrib…
 
Our first live ALIA Graphic webinar is the perfect introduction for librarians and educators wanting to know more about comics and graphic novels around the world and in Australia. Hosted by ALIA Graphic Convenor and Iurgi Urrutia (Kingston Libraries, Victoria), we’re pleased to announce three exciting speakers: Daniel Best is an Australian comics …
 
In this month's creator chat we talk to storyteller and creator Charlotte Rose Hamlyn. Charlotte works mostly for television as a presenter and screenwriter. She was also the creator Opposite Land, a graphic novel published through Random House in 2017. We discuss her love of storytelling for kids, her love of comics and the new book she's working …
 
In this episode we talk to Alyssa Bermudez who recently published Big Apple Diaries, a middle grade graphic novel that recounts the days when young Alyssa negotiated living in between her separated parents and all the usual middle school concerns, including a big crush on a boy. Then the 9/11 terrorist attacks happened changing everything. This com…
 
A group of young Indigenous creators have banded together to create Stick Mob Studio and have recently published three graphic novels. We're very excited to talk to Declan Miller, Seraphina Newberry and Alyssa Mason about how the studio came to be and their three books now published by the Indigenous Literacy Foundation. You can find out more about…
 
In this month's creator chat we talk to Mirranda Burton. Ten years after her debut graphic novel Hidden, Mirranda returns with Underground an excellent graphic novel that explores the Vietnam War and the conscription protests in Australia. To find out more about Mirranda Burton check out her blog: https://mirrandaburton.blogspot.com If you like wha…
 
In this special short episode, James and Iurgi discuss the recently announced winners of the Comic Arts Awards of Australia. 2020 was a great year for Australian comics and all the awarded graphic novels and creators in the Bronze, Silver and Gold category are excellent. For a full list of the Comic Arts Awards of Australia recipients please visit:…
 
In this month's creator chat we talk to Remy Lai, the creator of heartwarming and beautiful graphic novel Pawcasso, now out through Allen & Unwin. To find out more about Remy Lai check out her website: https://remylai.com/index.html If you like what we're doing, hit the subscribe button to stay up to date with our chats. You can also follow us on T…
 
In this creator chat we talk to Safdar Ahmed. He first got everyone's attention six years ago when he published Villawood: Notes From a Detention Centre in partnership with GetUp! Now, he has published Still Alive: Notes From Australia's Immigration Detention System. In the chat we discuss what got Safdar into comics, what his influences are, the R…
 
ALIA Graphic's Tara talks to our second international guest, Ashley Hawkins otherwise known as @MangaLibrarian on Twitter. They discuss different types of Manga, the different ratings, collection development and shelving. Ashley also suggests lots of great titles for different age brackets. You can follow Ashley on her blog: https://mangalibrarian.…
 
In this episode we talk with Australian creator, now living in Canada, Lee Lai. The conversation covers how Lee got into comics, studying at the Victorian College of Arts, her influences, relationships (which are the back bone of all her works) and Stone Fruit, her first graphic novel which is now published by Fantagraphics. You can follow Lee Lai …
 
In this month's episode, James and Iurgi begin with an announcement. ALIA Graphic Novels and Comics will be starting a Graphic Novel Book Club for library workers, starting from July. We are excited about this and we hope you are too. Then they discuss the latest news and their favourite picks out of this month's new releases including: Dear Super-…
 
In this episode we chillout and have a long chat with Nicola Scott, the Wonder Woman of Australian comic creators. We talk about how she got into comics, her experience breaking into the comics industry and San Diego Comic Con, working for DC Comics, and Black Magick the creator owned series written by Greg Rucka with amazing art by Nicola, publish…
 
In this episode we chat with Tim Smyth, a Social Studies secondary school teacher from the east coast of the US, our first international guest, who's been using comics and graphic novels as teaching tools for years. We discuss how he got into comics, what made him start using them in the classroom, the great benefits of comics in teaching literacy …
 
Bruce Mutard is one of the biggest names when it comes to comics in Australia. He has published lots of short comics and a few graphic novels. He was also involved with the Perth Comic Arts Festival and now he’s in charge of Australia’s most important comic art awards. In this chat we talk about: Bruce's influences What inspires to make comics His …
 
We kick start the year with celebrations. We are graduating from baby to toddler. It's our first year anniversary on 20th February and the ALIA Graphic secretary James Baker sat down to have a long chat with ALIA Graphic Convenor Iurgi Urrutia. Among other things we discuss: What inspired the creation of the group How easy or hard it is to form an …
 
We end the year with a very special creator chat with Holly Jayne. Bunnygirl is her first graphic novel which she initially published as a zine and was then picked up by a publisher. Holly talks about toys, books for kids, craft, and so much more! This is a great chat and an inspiring story to end the year. You can find out more about Holly and her…
 
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 …
 
In this edition of Graphic Wieners Leader discusses yet another bike crash and we try our first ever Skype chat as we delve into Alan Moore’s classic book “Watchmen”. If there are sound issues please forgive us as Leader was still on crutches so couldn’t leave his house (the sympathy vote must mean something). In the next episode we’ll be reading M…
 
On this episode of Wieners we spend WAAAAY too long chatting about films that came out three months ago and Leader explains the reason behind our extended absence (SPOLIER – he’s still ugly but at least he apologises). More importantly we discuss @isabelgreenberg ‘s excellent book 'The One Hundred Nights of Hero' which, for the first time ever, res…
 
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