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LATEST GRAPHIC NOVEL REVIEWS

Map of Days

Robert Hunter’s brief graphic novel is as far-reaching as it is enchanting, with a story that’s both beautifully simple and gorgeously drawn

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Luba and Her Family

Gilbert Hernandez moves away from Palomar and focuses on Fritz and Petra, and Luba's attempt to bring her husband to America

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Fatherland

Nina Bunjevac unravels the mysteries of her own family history in this fascinating tale of a Yugoslavian family divided by politics

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Sword and the Butterfly, The

Mythologies collide in Matthias Wolf's latest book, which sees an orphan girl fight for the right to wield an ancient sword of great power

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Antares: Episode 5

Kim continues her journey to find her daughter, landing on the planet the explorers believe is emitting a mysterious ray.

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Map of Days Luba and Her Family Fatherland Sword and the Butterfly, The Antares: Episode 5

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