“it is not often a graphic novel can bring me to tears”

October 17, 2011 by  
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2 reviews on Stargazing Dog: “It’s not often a graphic novel can bring me to tears. “Stargazing Dog,” by Takashi Murakami, did just that. There is something positive to take from this. I admit I found the first part so emotionally wrenching that it took me two weeks to force myself to read the second […]

Starred review for Salvatore and more…

April 8, 2011 by  
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“NBM ComicsLit’s partnership with The Louvre museum has produced another outstanding graphic novel. The Sky Over The Louvre almost couldn’t miss. It’s written by celebrated screenwriter Jean-Claude Carrière (The Tin Drum, The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie), and drawn by leading French artist Bernar Yslaire (Sambre), and both demonstrate the surefootedness of their experience in […]

Reactions to Joe & Azat

October 28, 2009 by  
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Jesse Lonergan’s latest, JOE & AZAT is a fun discovery for reviewers: Andrew ‘Capt. Comics’ Smith of Scripps Howard News service thought: “One almost wants to meet Azat, the eternally optimistic and enthusiastic Turkmen with an idealized view of America, plus grandiose dreams of business success and romantic love. Joe knows that Azat’s ambitions are […]

‘Capt.’ Comics Smith on Geary and Mijeong

July 16, 2009 by  
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Nationally syndicated columnist Andrew ‘Capt. Comics’ Smith who also has a regular column in the Comics Buyers Guide, has this to say about two of our recent books: On Geary’s latest Famous Players: “Whodunit? As usual, that’s up to you. Geary never fails to impress and “Famous Players” is just another reason why.” On our […]

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