graphic novel


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graphic novel

n.
A novel whose narrative is related through a combination of text and art, often in comic-strip form.

graphic novel

n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) a novel in the form of a comic strip

graph′ic nov′el


n.
a novel in the form of comic strips.
[1985–90]

graphic novel

An extended, self-contained story told in picture strip form.
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Critique: The first volume of a planned graphic novel science fiction trilogy, "Soyuz Blue" by Steven John Fuchs is a terrifically entertaining and original story from beginning to end--and one that will leave its readers looking eagerly toward the next thrilling installment.
The editors' introduction usefully discusses the terminology--including comics, graphic novel, and graphic narrative--that often bedevils discussion of the genre even today because each of these terms has its advocates.
in human ecology, focusing on Aboriginal family resilience, and says that The Outside Circle is her doctoral dissertation in graphic novel form.
From graphic novels to fantasy to nostalgia, her selections make for the perfect means of escape on a warm summer day.
About "Mythologia": "Mythologia" is a graphic novel series introducing the authentic stories of the ancient Greek heroes.
From prejudices against foreigners and Spock's experiences during Earth's troubled Depression years to their search for a madman who can change time, the teleplay in graphic novel format succeeds in capturing the drama of the original story while adding elements typical of a graphic novel, from wordless panels that focus on protagonist expressions and reactions to mirror effects, artistic embellishments, and more.
Britain has had comic conventions for decades but here, at last, is a book fair dedicated to graphic novels - the fastest-growing area of book publishing for the last eight years", said Bryan Talbot, who is organising the event and is himself the creator of hugely successful graphic novels such as Alice in Sunderland.
Created by legendary graphic novel talent; a unique collaboration between writer Warren Ellis and artist Michael Allred
The graphic novel is illustrated by Indian cartoonist Lalit Kumar Sharmaand edited by Jason Quinn, from publishing firm Campfire Graphic Novels.
In the show the graphic novel "predicts disasters and brings dreadful trouble to all those who come in contact with it".
I very much look forward to the day when a graphic novel wins Wales Book of the Year.
Over twenty-five years after its initial twelve-issue run, Watchmen is now generally accepted as the magnum opus of the graphic novel genre.