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Graphic novels are full of diversity in both race and gender. In honor of Black History Month, we wanted to highlight just a few of the authors who have written African-American characters and some that are changing the way common superhero characters appear in graphic novels. There are so many of these incredible authors out […]

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Monday Recommends – Graphic Novels!

by Jessica on March 16, 2015

Happy Monday! Today I’ve plucked a few from our graphic novels section. Enjoy! Justice¬† By Jim Krueger, Alex Ross The artwork alone makes this Graphic Novel a must have for any Comic Book Collection. This is D.C. comics at its finest. Earth is in peril and only the Legion of Doom is able to save […]

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Welcome to Pasadena Cece Bell!!

by Jessica on January 11, 2015

Our Young Readers League author, Cece Bell arrived in Los Angeles yesterday!! We can hardly contain ourselves! After months of planning, prepping and El Deafo themed events we are approaching our-2014-2015 Young Readers League Finale! If you were living under some rocks or without the internet for the last few months (just kidding…) here’s a […]

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Recently, Stephenie Meyer and Janet Evanovich signed deals to produce graphic novels of some of their work.¬† This seems like a great move for both of them, as well as for their publishers. Evanovich in particular, might find a new audience amongst graphic novel aficionados while the publishers of the work can use the authors’ […]

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