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Graphic Novels Can Adapt Their Traditional Counterparts for Wider Audiences

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer March 1, 2022

  Graphic novels may make reading more accessible for readers. The adaptation of popular or lengthy books into graphic novels has the potential to increase their reach and provides multimedia engagement...

Poster for Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. (Courtesy Universal Pictures)

Ten Years Later: ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’

By Heather Graham, Assistant Copy Chief, Arts Writer April 26, 2021

  It’s been over 10 years since the cult classic “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” first hit the big screens. The film’s tenth anniversary should have been celebrated last year, but it was...

Theres no such thing as being surrounded by too many comics. (Courtesy Flickr)

Bowé’s Favorite Graphic Novels

By Abigail Bowè, Arts Writer February 19, 2020

  Trigger Warnings: Some of these graphic novels include sexual and violent content, namely "This One Summer," The Sculptor," "Building Stories," "The Tale of One Bad Rat" and "The End of the World."   Like...

Graphic Novels vs. Comic Books: What’s the Difference?

Graphic Novels vs. Comic Books: What’s the Difference?

By Savannah Turk September 19, 2012

When wandering through a bookstore, it is routine for me to stop by the graphic novel section and flip through some of my favorite classics, “Sin City” and “Watchmen,” before skimming the new items....