How The World Was: A California Childhood is another triumph for Emmanuel Guibert

  This is how one should be remembered! A company should be created that pairs great artist and writers with people who wish to have their lives turned into graphic novels. In 2012, we had the extraordinary opportunity to read Alan’s War, the story of Alan Cope and his tour of duty in France duringContinue reading “How The World Was: A California Childhood is another triumph for Emmanuel Guibert”

Max Brooks graphic novel The Harlem Hellfighters would’ve made a better unillustrated book

I’m not ashamed to admit that a lot of my history lessons, of late, have been through graphic novels. I find that lately a lot of authors are using this medium in order to tell the world their stories and although most are a blend of fact and fiction, there’s no denying some of theContinue reading “Max Brooks graphic novel The Harlem Hellfighters would’ve made a better unillustrated book”

Relativity Media adapting the graphic novel Anomaly for a feature film

Weeks ago MITNG did a review on this amazing, augmented reality graphic novel, called Anomaly created by software designer Skip Brittenham and comic book writer and illustrator Brian Haberlin, well today we received word that this epic story is being made into a feature length film. Of course, not everything about this venture is clearContinue reading “Relativity Media adapting the graphic novel Anomaly for a feature film”

Image Comics takes on Darren Aronofsky’s NOAH

I’m of the belief that the entire King James and New Testament should be redone as a graphic novel, but I’ll take one of the many stories in Genesis for now. Darren Aronofsky (Requiem for a Dream and The Wrestler) has been busy at work with his epic retelling of the story of Noah starringContinue reading “Image Comics takes on Darren Aronofsky’s NOAH”