graphic X

graphic novel often is used to cover graphic fiction, (auto)biographical graphic non-fiction, and expository graphic non-fiction


5/10/12: Alison Bechdel:
Bechtel and her graphic memoirs, Fun Home and Are You My Mother?

5/27/12: Comics books:
bibliography on graphic fiction and graphic non-fiction, including Scott McCloud’s books about comics, which are themselves graphic non-fiction; history of graphic novel; representative graphic novelists: Alison Bechdel, Art Spiegelman, Neil Gaiman, Jeff Smith, Daniel Clowes, Adrian Tomine, Harvey Pekar; graphic non-narrative non-fiction (Larry Gonick’s Cartoon Guide to Statistics, Shin Takahashi’s Manga Guide to Statistics, etc.)

5/29/12: Raymond Briggs:
graphic fiction; and the graphic novelization of his parents’ lives, Ethel and Ernest

7/13/12: In the comics:
on Comic-Con: “the people who are really into comics have been into superhero comics (aimed at boys and young men), though “art comics” (especially graphic novels) have been gaining ground for some years now”

7/29/12: Cope & Guibert:
graphic autobiography: Alan’s War: The Memories of G.I. Alan Cope (drawings by Emmanuel Guibert)

8/18/12: Marjane Satrapi:
graphic autobiography: Persepolis, Persepolis 2, Chicken With Plums

9/24/12: Live-action graphic novel:
multmedia performance of The Intergalactic Nemesis

1/23/13: Spain Rodriguez:
“Che: A Graphic Biography,” and “Dark Hotel,” one of the first online graphic novels

1/31/14: Graphic novels and books:

5/11/14: Graphic cookbook and more:
Lucy Knisley, Relish: My Life in the Kitchen, graphic memoir plus an introduction to eating and cooking

7/25/14: David Borchart:
serialized graphic novel A Prisoner of Ghoul Valley

9/24/15: Banned comics:
Jeff Smith’s Bone books, on the borderline between “just comics” and graphic novels

1/26/15: The general store:
Liana Finck, A Bintel Brief

3/2/15: Since 1895:
19th-century graphic novels

3/7/15: eunuchs:
Diane DiMassa

5/28/15: Three New Yorker graphic Xists:
Roz Chast, Chris Ware, Adrian Tomine

5/31/15: Graphic autobiography: Harvey Pekar:

10/28/15: Wednesday news for penises:
French graphic novelist Philippe Riche

11/11/15: The story of Noodles Crumplewaste, Any-Size Woodtank, and Index Icecup:
Ben Katchor’s comic strips / graphic short stories

12/26/15: From sadistic she-penguin convicts to wolves invading Britain:
Janet Perlman’s graphic novel Penguins Behind Bars

3/11/16: Drawings plus text, telling stories, for kids:
Doctorow & Wang, In Real Life

4/16/16: Daniel Clowes:
and Ice Haven

4/24/16: Two gay graphic novels:
Cruse, Stuck Rubber Baby>/em>, Milligan & Fegredo, Enigma

4/24/16: Graphic novel: Logicomix:

4/26/16: Dyke comics:
The Indelible Alison Bechdel

5/6/16: paying for it:
graphic memoir by Chester Brown

5/6/16: Reading the comics:
graphic novels by the cartoonist Seth

5/6/16: Peter Kuper:
the graphic novelist

5/8/16: Shirtlifter:
Michael MacIsaac’s graphic novel Unpacking

5/27/16: Graduation Day:
two graphic novels by R. Kikuo Johnson

3/1/17: Dystopic and anomic:
graphic novels by Hariton Pushwagner and Tom Gauld

7/12/17: Toonies and their toons
references to graphic novels

12/22/17: Memory and the power of diner food:
“Remembrance of Things Past: Combray (Graphic Novel)” (1998) by Stephane Heuet

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