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Fear(s) of the Dark

While some may snicker at "graphic novel" as a term for comic books that take themselves too seriously, the French analogue — bande dessinée (or "drawn strip") — denotes a medium sophisticated enough to be hailed as the ninth art.…
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Calendar, Night&Day Cult Comix

Cult Comix

While some may snicker at “graphic novel” as a term for comic books that take themselves too seriously, the French analogue — bande dessinée (or “drawn strip”)— denotes a medium sophisticated enough to be hailed the ninth art. Embracing the…
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Calendar, Night&Day Burns Bright

Burns Bright

In 2004, when describing Charles Burns' then-unfinished book Black Hole, Chip McGrath wrote in the New York Times Magazine, "Graphic artists talk about it the way people talked about Ulysses." Like Joyce's book, Black Hole is thick (it contains no…
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