While political winds may change at the drop of a hat in America, the Library of Congress as remained a steady pillar of our culture. Dedicated to preserving content that provides insight to the zeitgeist throughout history, this week, the Library launched an online archive of webcomics. In a statement, Megan Halsband, a librarian in the Serial […]
What comics are best for getting new readers into comics? In the second part of her recommendation series, Rosie Knight gives tried and true suggestions for the comics curious in your life of all ages.
It isn’t the first graphic novel to make the prestigious National Book Award longest, but Noelle Stevenson’s Nimona IS the first book that was originally a serialized webcomic, and this is another huge groundbreaking recognition for a graphic novel.
Published in May by HarperCollins, Nimona is the tale of an ambitious young shapeshifter who wins master thief Sir Baluster Blackhearts as an apprentice…but personality conflicts incite honor and adventure. It’s a beautifully drown, refreshing take on medieval fantasy cliches. It’s been optioned by Fox for development as an animated feature.
It’s been a good couple of weeks for Noelle Stevenson. Just two weeks after the announcement that her collaborative Boom! Studios comic Lumberjanes was getting a live-action adaptation, now comes word that her Eisner winning solo venture, Nimona, is going to be an animated feature. In a report from THR, FOX Animation has picked up […]