Category Archives: Graphic Novels

How To Top Thanos Vol. 1 – Annihilus

A great post on one of my favourite subjects How To Top Thanos Vol. 1 – Annihilus


Using Comics to teach Literacy

A great interview with Tim Smyth, proponent of Graphic Novels in the Classroom led me to his website which has a fantastic array of tools to help promote this genre.

Graphic Novels Belong in Your English Class. Here’s How to Use Them

A really great article on the benefits and uses of graphic novels in the classroom.

Tony Stark – Marvel’s Cinematic Masterpiece

I love this post about Tony Stark – Marvel’s Cinematic Masterpiece.

Tony is flawed, just like me and you, and yet he still is capable of stepping up when he needs to. I love him as an example I can use to my own child – as they begin the voyage of teenagerhood. That we have to make mistakes, to learn from them.

5 Quotable Catchphrases From DC Comics

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The Comic Vault has drawn together 5 Quotable Catchphrases From DC Comics.

My favourite has to be the Green Lantern oath. I love it!!!!

‘The Complete Guide To Asterix’ by David Litchfield

I grew up on a steady diet of Tintin and Asterix graphic novels, so imagine my delight when I found this ‘The Complete Guide To Asterix’ by David Litchfield.

My now 12 year old and I still enjoy a good Tintin or Asterix….but don’t tell anyone okay?

Graphic Novels are Books, Too! by Stacey DeCotis

A reminder that Graphic Novels are Books, Too! by Stacey DeCotis

I love reading Graphic Novels, especially after a long day. They’re exciting, thought provoking and so very accessible.


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